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After completing the FAFSA, you will need to check your SAP eligibility (Satisfactory Academic Progress) to make sure you are in good academic standing or whether you might be on financial aid suspension.

Unless you have completed both items below, your SAP status will NOT be available.

  • Alamo Colleges has successfully received your FAFSA.
  • You have completed the Apply Texas for admissions

FAQs

What is Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP)?

Satisfactory Academic Progress is a federal requirement students must meet to receive both federal & state financial aid.

A student who is meeting SAP will have:

  • A 2.0 Grade Point Average or above
  • A sixty-seven percent (67%) completion rate between hours attempted & hours you have actually completed
  • No more than ninety-nine (99) attempted hours of college level courses

In addition to the Federal Satisfactory Academic Progress policy, all students applying for financial aid are responsible for complying with the Alamo College's SAP Policy.

How and where do I check my SAP?

The SAP status can be found in the ACES student portal.

Click here to login to your ACES account to check your SAP

Click here to view a tutorial on how to check your SAP status in the ACES student portal.

What's Your Status?

What does it mean if my status is Suspension? 

If your status is suspension, you are ineligible to receive any federal or state aid including Direct Loans. Please click here to learn more about Financial Aid Suspension and your options.

What does it mean if I am Meeting Satisfactory Academic Progress? 

Students who are meeting satisfactory progress are eligible to receive aid as long they are meeting all other requirements.