Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) for Financial Aid Recipients

Undergraduate Requirements

GPA Requirement – The GPA requirement sets a minimum USF cumulative grade point average (CGPA) for the degree level at which you are classified. Note: This is the CGPA used to determine your USF academic status, and does not include grades from courses taken at another school.

You must maintain academic standing consistent with graduation requirements until you have earned 60 credits (junior level), at which point you must maintain a minimum USF CGPA of 2.0 at all times.

Pace Requirement – The pace requirement sets an expected progression to earn your degree. All credits attempted and earned from all schools you have attended are included in determining pace.

Maximum Time Requirement – The maximum time requirement sets a limit to the number of credit hours you may attempt before earning your degree. Your eligibility ends when you have attempted 180 credit hours, which includes credits attempted at any school prior to and while enrolled at USF regardless of whether you received financial aid at the time you attempted them.

Academic circumstances that can negatively affect your eligibility