Satisfactory Academic Progress
Requirements for State Aid Programs
In order to be eligible for federal and/or state financial aid, a student must meet all federal Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) requirements. Any student interested in receiving funds from state aid programs must also meet the respective SAP standards published below.
If a student fails SAP for any one of the state aid programs, he or she may still be eligible to receive aid from another state program.
|State Aid Program||Cumulative Qualitative (GPA)||Quantitative (Credits)||Maximum Timeframe|
|Florida Bright Futures|
|Academic Scholars||Min. cumulative GPA of 3.0||Earn all paid credits||High School graduates prior to 2010: up to 132 credits
High School graduates after 2010: up to 120 credits
|Medallion||Min. cumulative GPA of 2.75|
|Vocational Gold Seal||Up to 90 credits|
|FRAG and FSAG||Min. cumulative GPA of 2.0||Earn 12 credits (9 credits for nursing students) for each term an award was received during the academic year||Up to 9 semesters|