Undergraduate students working on their first bachelor's degree go on financial aid suspension (lose their financial aid eligibility) if they don't meet Satisfactory Academic Progress standards (SAP) by:
Students on financial suspension can appeal.
Fill out the Financial Aid Suspension Appeal Application and return it to the Financial Aid Office, along with any applicable supporting documentation, by the correct deadline.
Students appealing because they've reached their maximum time frame will need to include a degree plan form.
Get help with an appeal process
If you're not eligible for immediate reinstatement, you can re-establish eligibility by achieving SAP standards while attending FLC without federal, state, or need-based institutional aid, including federal loans.
Once you meet SAP standards, you can appeal as an "Earn Back" to regain financial aid eligibility. We will use only courses taken at Fort Lewis College to calculate your new GPA.
The Financial Aid Office's SAP Policy is separate from FLC's Scholarship policies and Academic Standards policies for Academic Disqualification.