Students must meet a set of standards, called Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP), in order to keep their financial aid.
Students’ records are reviewed each school year after spring semester grades are posted. If a student does not meet any one of the SAP requirements, the student is not eligible for financial aid. This includes federal grants, federal student loans (including PLUS), and federal work study.
Note: Institutional aid has its own requirements, and third-party aid sources may also have their own requirements.
Students must meet all of the following requirements to continue receiving any federal or state financial aid:
Note: You must be accepted to SEU before you will have access to the Financial Aid Portal.
Students who have an extenuating circumstance that prevents them from meeting one or more of the SAP requirements may submit an appeal to SEU’s Office of Student Financial Services. Appeals are reviewed within two weeks of submission and must be accompanied by supporting documentation.