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Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) Codes-What Do They Mean

SAP Status Codes-What Do They Mean?

  • A, NS, S=Satisfactory Academic Progress Appeal Approved - Your Satisfactory Academic Progress appeal to reinstate financial aid eligibility has been approved.

  • GP=Meeting the Academic Plan for Satisfactory Academic Progress - You are on an academic plan and are meeting the plan.

  • NP=Not Meeting the Academic Plan for Satisfactory Academic Progress - You are on an academic plan but are not meeting the plan

  • D=Academic Standing -- You have not met Satisfactory Academic Progress due to your academic standing. You may contact the Registrar’s Office for details. An appeal must be filled with the University Registrar’s Office. Once resolved with the Registrar’s Office, you must follow the Financial Aid appeal procedures. 

  • G, X=Making Satisfactory Academic Progress –You must have met Satisfactory Academic Progress.

  • M=Maximum Semesters/Hours Exceeded
  • The policy permits the following maximum attempted hours:

    • 90 hours – Associate Degree
    • 180 hours – Baccalaureate Degree
    • 270 hours -  Post-Baccalaureate Associates Degree
    • 360 hours - Post-Baccalaureate Baccalaureate Degree
    • 54 hours – Graduate Degree
    • 119 hours -  Doctoral Degree

    If you are graduating from an undergraduate program and are admitted into graduate program beginning with the previous summer of the upcoming academic year, you must contact our office regarding financial aid eligibility. If you wish to appeal, you must follow the Financial Aid appeal procedures.

  • N=Completion Rate  – You did not complete the required minimum hours for what you started. You are required to complete 67% of all attempted hours to remain eligible for future financial aid.  If you wish to appeal, you must follow the Financial Aid appeal procedures.

  • W=Withdraw Count Exceeded – The policy states if you have more than two (2) official academic and/or administrative withdrawals white attending Murray State University, you will no longer be considered as maintaining Satisfactory Academic Progress. If you wish to appeal, you must follow the Financial Aid appeal procedures.
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Modified 1/5/2016
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