SATISFACTORY: The student has met all three SAP standards and is in good standing.
WARNING (GPA/PACE): The student did not meet either the Pace or GPA minimum standard during the last completed/attempted semester. The student was in a Satisfactory standing prior to the semester completed/attempted.
The student has:
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.
INELIGIBLE (GPA/PACE): The student is now ineligible to receive financial aid at Shasta College for any future semesters until the students regains their financial aid eligibility.
Maximum Timeframe Warning (Quantitative):The student has attempted/completed 100% number of units required for their major. The student can be funded up to 125% in a Maximum Timeframe Warning, however if the student will exceed the 125% they will have to appeal for a Quantitative Extension. Students who have to appeal, must meet with a counselor and submit a current comprehensive educational plan with the appeal form (see below).
For example: If a student's major requires 60 units to complete, 150% of 60 units equals 90. 125% of 60 units equals 75 units. The student can be funded without interruption or in need to appeal up to 75 attempted units.
NOTE: 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.
Maximum Timeframe Ineligible (Quantitative): The student has attempted/completed 125% of their declared educational goal. The student must appeal for any additional units needed to complete. This ensures that the student will complete within the 150% rule of the Quantitative component of SAP and if they are to exceed it, an approved appeal will grant additional units.