Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP)

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Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP)

Thank you for your interest in learning how to be more successful at Anoka-Ramsey Community College. Our goal is to provide you the finest higher education and the appropriate resources to help you to live and learn well. One way of doing that is to help you maintain Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) standards.

If you receive notification that you are on academic warning, suspension or probation status, please contact a college advisor to get assistance with your options and getting back on track with satisfactory academic progress.

Official Policy: Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy 2C.1 

  • A student failing to meet the minimum cumulative GPA and/or completion rate is immediately placed on warning. A student on warning remains eligible to enroll and receive financial aid. No appeal is necessary for this status. If at the end of the semester the student has met both the GPA and completion rate, the warning status will end.

  • You will be placed on suspension status if, while on warning status, you fail to meet GPA and/or completion requirements the next semester. You may appeal your suspension by completing a suspension appeal form

    • A student on suspension is not eligible to register for courses or receive financial aid.
    • In order to be able to eligible to register and receive financial aid the student must have an extenuating circumstance and successfully appeal the suspension.
    • Paying out-of-pocket or sitting out a period of time are not sufficient to re-establish eligibility.

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    Appeal Deadline 2017

  • You will be placed on probation status after you have completed a successful appeal process.

    If you have met both the cumulative GPA and completion rate, the probation status will end.

    If you have not met the cumulative completion requirements, but have met the semester completion requirements, you will remain in probationary status for another semester.

    If you not have met the cumulative or semester completion requirements you will be re-suspended.

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