If the student has not met one of the SAP standards the Financial Aid Office will make every effort to notify the student via email and their "MyShasta" portal in a timely manner. It is the students responsibility to know their SAP status at all times.
student has met all three SAP standards and is in good standing.
The student has
attempted/completed 67% number of units required for their major. It is advised
for the student to meet with their counselor and only take courses required for
their major to avoid exceeding the 150% Quantitative rule.
WARNING: The student has either has:
- Fallen below the 2.0 GPA minimum
- Fallen below the 67% Pace standard
- Nearing 100% of attempted and
completed units required for their major
The student’s SAP status will be
posted in their "My Shasta"- "My Forms START HERE" portal which will provide details as to
which SAP standard the student did not meet. The student will be funded one
semester and will be required to submit their grades at the end of the semester
for a review. Students in a Warning status are advised to meet with their
counselor, utilize tutoring services, and seek help from their instructors.
The student was unable to clear
their Warning status and is now Ineligible to receive financial aid at Shasta
College. Students can regain their
eligibility in the following ways:
- GPA/PACE Ineligible:
1. Students can continue attending
Shasta College without financial aid and as soon as they raise their GPA and/or
PACE to the minimum requirements, they will successfully regain their
2. Students can submit a one-time
appeal. See below for more information.
- QUANTITATIVE Ineligible:
1. Students can submit a
Quantitative Appeal for Extension of Units Form, see below for more
If you would like to appeal your
SAP status please visit the Appeals Information page.