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Students must maintain Standards of Academic Progress (SAP) in a course of study regardless of whether they received financial aid or transferred in from another institution.
Transfer students must submit official transcripts from all previously attended colleges or universities. Enrollment Services evaluates and posts transcripts from all prior institutions. If it is determined that those transfer hours will cause a student to exceed the maximum time frame allowed for financial aid (more than 150 percent of the program plan), or go below the 67 percent pace or the minimum 2.0 cumulative GPA, the student will not be eligible to receive federal financial aid at Seminole State until the student is able to bring his or her SAP back into good standing. Normally, if the student is unable to receive aid due to maximum time frame, the student will be unable to receive aid for the rest of his or her time at Seminole State (unless the student can successfully appeal and be placed on an Academic Plan).
Students will not be able to accept their financial aid and defer their fees, nor will financial aid be disbursed, until all official transcripts from previously attended colleges and/or universities are received and evaluated by Enrollment Services. Therefore, it is very important that students make sure all official transcripts are received in a timely manner before their first term begins.
All posted transfer credit hours on official transcripts are considered attempted and earned and are used to calculate SAP. Transfer credit hours and grades are included in the minimum cumulative financial aid GPA, pace and maximum time frame calculations regardless of when or where the classes were taken or whether or not financial aid was used to pay for those classes. These calculations also include transfers from foreign schools.
For more information, please review the SAP for Financial Aid.