Satisfactory Academic Progress Quantitative Analysis | Coppin State University

Satisfactory Academic Progress Quantitative Analysis

Satisfactory Academic Progress Quantitative Analysis

Quantitative Academic Standard Requirement
Financial aid recipients must complete at least 67% of ALL attempted coursework. Aid recipients must be making academic progression or pace by having a cumulative earned completion rate of 67% or better of all attempted coursework.

The number of credits a student must complete each semester depends on their enrollment status. Enrollment status is determined by the number of credits attempted each semester. Financial aid recipients that do not cumulatively complete at least 67% of their attempted coursework at the end of their first semester will be placed on financial aid warning status. If you do not successfully complete 67% of your coursework at the end of the second semester or academic year, you will be placed on financial aid suspension. Below is a chart on the minimum number of credits that must be completed during your first semester to remain in good standing. Cumulative pace requirements will be counted each semester to determine if a student is placed on warning or suspension.

Undergraduate Unit Completion Requirement Chart
Fall, Spring, Summer Semesters

Units Attempted

Enrollment Status

Required to Complete

12 or more *

Full Time

9

9 - 11.5

3/4 Time

8

6 - 8.5

1/2 Time

6

1- 5.5

< 1/2 Time

All attempted

* Graduate students are counted based on the 9 credit hour full-time enrollment measurement.
** Transfer credits (including those from foreign institutions) that apply toward the student's degree may be included in the student’s completion rate calculation.