Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) is the term used to define successful completion of coursework toward a Certificate or Degree to maintain eligibility for financial aid. Marshall University is required by federal and state regulations and institutional policy to determine whether a student is meeting SAP requirements. Students must meet the minimum standards set forth in the applicable SAP policies below to continue to receive financial aid.
Financial Aid SAP Policy for Undergraduate Students
Financial Aid SAP Policy for Graduate Students
Financial Aid SAP Policy for Doctor of Medicine Degree Students
Financial Aid SAP Policy for Doctor of Pharmacy Degree Students
Financial Aid SAP Policy for Doctor of Physical Therapy Students
If a student is notified that he or she is ineligible for financial aid due to failure to meet the SAP standards, he or she may be able to appeal for aid reinstatement. The applicable SAP Appeal Form available for download below must be completed and submitted to the Office of Student Financial Assistance by the published deadlines for consideration of financial aid eligibility reinstatement.
To be used for 2015 fall semester, 2016 spring semester, and 2016 summer terms:
Note: 2016-17 SAP Appeal Forms for 2016 fall, 2017 spring, and 2017 summer will be made available by May 1, 2016.