You must do all seven to maintain eligibility!
If you were in default, you must provide documentation showing that repayment arrangements have been satisfied before you can get your aid.
If the National Student Loan Data System notifies us that you are in default or owe a refund (with a deadline prior to your disbursement), we are required to reverse your funds, and it will be your responsibility to repay the funds immediately.
Financial aid regulations require that students meet specific Satisfactory Academic
Progress (SAP) requirements to maintain eligibility for financial aid. Your academic
record will be evaluated after each academic year to determine if you are meeting
the SAP requirements to maintain financial aid eligibility for the next academic year.
To maintain eligibility, you must:
You need to make satisfactory academic progress (SAP) in order to continue receiving aid. In other words, you have to make good enough grades, and complete enough classes, to keep moving toward successfully completing your degree in a time frame that is acceptable to UCR (also known as SAP pace).
Learn how to maintain SAP pace.