SANTA ANA COLLEGE
FINANCIAL AID OFFICE
1530 W. 17 TH STREET
SANTA ANA, CA 92706
Financial Aid Termination Due to Cumulative Grade Point Average below 2.0
An evaluation of your satisfactory academic progress has been performed at the end of Spring 2020 semester. The result shows that you fail to meet the SAP standard after a warning
semester. Your cumulative GPA is below 2.0, therefore you are ineligible to receive financial aid starting Summer 2020 semester. Although you have been disqualified from
financial aid, you do remain eligible to attend Rancho Santiago Community College District. Eligibility for the California College Promise Grant (CCPG) (formerly known as the
BOG Fee Waiver) is calculated separately and this letter does not concern the CCPG. In order to regain financial aid eligibility, you must complete the deficient units and bring
your cumulative GPA up to at least 2.0. Notify Santa Ana College Financial Aid Office after you achieve both the required cumulative GPA and completion rate. If you have
extenuating circumstances as to the low GPA, you may appeal by following the appeal procedures below.
The Financial Aid Committee will review your appeal and evaluate your extenuating circumstances documented on this form. You will be notified by mail of the committee
decision. You will not be paid for a semester if your appeal is approved after the semester has ended. The deadline to submit your appeal documents for Summer 2020 is
07/09/20, Fall 2020 is 11/13/20 and Spring 2021 is 05/14/2021.
1. Make an appointment with an Academic Counselor in the Counseling Center at Santa Ana College or EOPS Counselor if you are in the EOPS program. During your
appointment, the counselor will evaluate all your academic transcripts from previous colleges and develop a Comprehensive Education Plan detailing the courses that have been
completed, are in progress, and are still needed to complete for your academic program. Make sure all official academic transcripts from previous colleges are on file at the
Admissions & Records office before your Academic Counselor completes your Comprehensive Education Plan. Foreign transcripts are required to be translated and evaluated
before they are turned in.
If the counselor completed a paper Comprehensive Education Plan, attached it to this form to submit to the Financial Aid Office.
If the Counselor completed an electronic Education Plan in lieu of the paper Comprehensive Education Plan, please ask the counselor for the print out of the
electronic Education Plan and attach it to this form to submit to the Financial Aid Office. Also, please have the counselor complete the information below.
2. Complete the back of this form (Step 1 to 4). Submit all to the Financial Aid Office by the deadline of the semester that you are appealing for.
How to submit your Appeal Documents to Santa Ana College Financial Aid Office?
Go to https://www.sac.edu/StudentServices/FinancialAid/Pages/default.aspx
, click on Financial Aid Document Intake, create your account to log in and upload
documents. Only PDF, TIFF, JPG and PNG files can be uploaded. Name the file as Appeal Documents. Go to LIVE CHAT if you need help uploading your appeal
Must be completed before submitting:
The Electronic Education Plan was developed for the education goal that the student is appealing for financial aid as follows:
Education Goal at SAC (circle only one goal for financial aid appeal): ___ AA/AS ____Transfer for BA/BS ___ ADT ____
GE Plan:_____________________________ Major:_____________________________________________________________________________________________
Academic Program (e.g. SAC.KIN.AA):__________________________________________________________Expected Completion by: ______________ (semester).
If transfer, transfer school: _______________________________________________________________________ Transfer Semester: _________________________
Name of the Counselor who developed the Education Plan _______________________________________________ Ed Plan Date: ___________________________
Comments (if any)_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Student Name: ________________________________________Signature_______________________________________________Date: ______________________
Financial Aid Staff (D1-GPA)
Schools participating in the Title IV Student Financial Assistance Programs are required to establish an academic standard that measures a student’s progress toward an educational goal: certificate,
degree or transfer. Rancho Santiago Community College District’s Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) standard includes the following elements:
1. A time frame in which the student’s goal must be completed (maximum timeframe),
2. An evaluation of units completed (completion rate) and
3. An evaluation of grade point average (cumulative GPA).
All students are expected to successfully complete at least 66.5% of all coursework attempted, and to maintain a cumulative Grade Point Average of at least 2.0
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