Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) notifications will go out via WMU email beginning Dec. 19. Aid will NOT disburse for spring if you are not making SAP. If you need to submit an appeal, read all of the information below, submit the form and all supporting documentation. This will ensure aid for approved appeals is reinstated as soon as possible.
If you have questions, look for information on our website, and monitor your email and GoWMU for updates. Plan to visit One Stop beginning Jan. 4. Financial Aid Advisors will be available there without an appointment. See One Stop hours here.
The Satisfactory Academic Progress policy requires students to maintain SAP in order to be eligible for financial aid. If you don't know what SAP is, read the SAP policy online.
If you are submitting an appeal, do NOT submit an incomplete appeal. You must turn in the form AND supporting documentation or your appeal will not be considered.
The appeals process is an opportunity for you to present your reasons for your poor academic performance. It is also the place to write a specific action plan for your return to good standing. Your appeal must be submitted, complete with documentation, in order to be considered.
Documentation must support your reason for not making SAP and your plan to get back on track. It must be specific.
Ready to appeal?
Please be as specific as possible when describing your circumstances and your plan. Your documentation should support both. Print your name and WIN on every page you submit. Only submit a complete appeal.
The academic progress appeal form is on our forms page. Or, click on the image on the left. Read the complete SAP policy for more details.
Questions? Call Bronco Express, (269) 387-6000.
Updated: 12/12/2012 3:56 PM
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