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Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP)

Satisfactory academic progress (SAP) is a term used to describe a student’s successful completion of a degree or certificate. A student receiving the University’s financial aid or other financial aid directly administered by the University must maintain satisfactory academic progress towards the completion of their program of study.

Satisfactory academic progress is measured at the end of each semester against the following:

  1. The student must have met the required class attendance
  2. The student must have passed all attempted units
  3. The student must have achieved the set minimum average grade indicated in their award letter

Failure to meet the above conditions will lead to suspension of financial aid. Students who become ineligible to receive financial aid may appeal by completing a SAP Appeal Form and submitting it together with supporting documents to the Financial Aid Office.

 Check Your University Email Account Frequently

Information to students is sent to the student’s Strathmore University email account; this account is the University’s official means of communication with students. You are responsible for checking your University email account frequently for information about your financial aid. Emails from our office may include requests for missing or updated information as well as other important information regarding your financial aid award.

If you are having challenges activating your SU email account, kindly contact your School/Faculty helpdesk for assistance.

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