Section Three: Appeal Documentation
Appeal Letter: Provide a typed, detailed explanation that includes all of the following:
Circumstance: Provide a concise explanation that indicates the specific reason(s) that impacted your ability to
meet SAP, such as the death of a relative, illness, injury, accident, etc.
Circumstance Change: Explain how your circumstance has changed and how this change will allow you to meet
SAP at the next evaluation point (end of your next enrolled term).
Supporting documentation: Check the appropriate box below and, if applicable, attach supporting documentation.
Documentation is attached to this form. Examples include but are not limited to the following: employer’s letter,
doctor’s letter, police report, copies of medical bills, court documents, and death certificates.
No documentation is available due to the nature of the appeal (additional follow-up may be required).
Section Four: SAP Probationary Period
If your appeal is approved, you will be placed on a probationary period for one term and will be expected to meet SAP
at the next evaluation point. If this is not possible, the Office of Financial Aid will follow up with you to develop a plan
with Undergraduate Academic Affairs and/or your academic advisor to ensure you meet SAP at a specific point in time
and reach successful degree completion.
If your appeal is approved, you will be placed on a probationary period for one term and will be required to earn a 3.0
cumulative GPA and successfully complete all of the classes for which you are registered, as set forth by Graduate
Academic Affair’s G702 form. You must attach a copy of your G702 Academic Probation Contract with this appeal.
By signing this form, I certify that my appeal is truthful and complete.
Student Signature (must print and sign) Date