So you've been notified that you are on Academic Probation. But what does that mean?!
A student will be on Academic Probation if...
Now that you know, what do you do?
To schedule this meeting, call our office AS SOON AS YOU RECEIVE NOTIFICATION! The longer you put off this meeting, the smaller your chances become of getting into the classes you need and want. Call us at 802-626-6210 or email us LyndonAcademicSupport@NorthernVermont.edu to schedule an appointment.
The Financial Aid Office evaluates Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) once a year after the completion of the spring term. All semester of enrollment, including summer, must be considered int eh determination of SAP (even periods in which federal aid funds were not received).
SAP tests three standards:
Getting "SAP'd" means that your Federal Financial Aid is suspended. If you find yourself in violation of SAP for any of the three above standards, you MUST meet with a member of Academic Support to develop a corrective plan for success and to appeal for Federal Financial Aid to be reinstated. Contact our office as soon as possible to start the process.