NASFAA Credential Training – Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) for EASFAA Members in New Hampshire!
This is an in-person event and is free to EASFAA members who would like to attend this training, even if you are not attending the full NHASFAA Conference! In other words, if you want to head to North Conway, NH, for beautiful Fall views in October and learn more about SAP from our EASFAA President who will be teaching this course, make your plans now!
Date: October 20, 2022
Time: 1:45 pm – 4:00 pm (EST)
Location: North Conway Grand Hotel in North Conway, NH
Session Description: Satisfactory Academic Progress is a federal requirement for Title IV aid eligibility. This session will focus on an overview of the required and optional elements of an institutional satisfactory academic progress policy. Course topics include the federal SAP requirements, evaluating SAP, loss of eligibility, student appeals, the impact of transfer credits, and the use of academic plans. Upon completion of this course, you will be equipped to complete the Credential test as well as review and revise your current SAP policies to maintain compliance.
Presenter: Anne McDermott, Director of Financial Aid, Salve Regina University