They already told me that I need to complete 70% of the origional 12 credits, for financial aid purposes.
If you were already told you had to complete 70% of the 12 hours, then you probably have a problem as you are well under that. Even if the overall SAP policy is a cumulatuve 70% classes attempted, the probation requirements will be more important (were you on FA probation with a requirement of the probation were that you pass 70% of the attempted hours for the semester). When my son returned to college after a couple of years out, he was put on probation?ary aid because he had dropped his last semester of classes - he still met SAP based on his previous semesters (and he had never applied for aid before). Part of the probationary requirement was that he had to complete a certain % of that semester with a certain GPA. The cumunlative SAP policy did not come into it.</p>
<p>It will depend on your school, so ask them. They are the only ones who can tell you for sure aas they have the final say for that school.</p>