Process That Will Put Your Financial Aid On Hold


Once your FAFSA has been received by the Federal Processor, you may be selected for verification. If selected, the verification process must be completed before financial aid may be offered to you. It is essential that all requested documentation be submitted as quickly as possible. Failure to provide requested documentation in a timely manner could result in a loss of some forms of aid.

Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP)

Federal regulations require that students make satisfactory academic progress toward the completion of a degree to be eligible for financial aid, including loans, grants and scholarships. There are three main components to the SAP policy: degree progression, minimum GPA requirement, and class completion rate. A student must comply with all three elements to maintain eligibility for financial aid.

Satisfactory Academic Progress for the Financial Aid Office is not to be confused with academic progress as defined by individual colleges.


Consortium Agreements
Forms to Review & Complete
Processes that Put Aid on Hold
Financial Aid Notices
Accepting Financial Aid
Financial Aid Refunds

Wondering if you need to do anything else in order to receive your financial aid? Check the Student Requirements link on MyFSU.

Still Have Questions? A Financial Aid Officer is available to answer your questions. Call your local office to set up an appointment.