Understanding Your Satisfactory Academic Progress
Tue, Jan 15, 2019 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EDT
At least once per year, institutions must assess whether students are making SAP. This session will offer instruction on how to evaluate SAP in accordance with applicable laws and regulations. We will provide an explanation of key concepts such as qualitative and quantitative (pace) measurements, maximum time frame, warning and probation periods, appeals, and academic plans. Examples will be provided to help demonstrate the elements that a school is required to include in its SAP policy.
Presenter: Zack Goodwin joined the Education Department training team in 2014, after serving for 20 years in higher education administration at graduate schools, liberal arts colleges, and comprehensive universities in the Midwest and New England. Most recently he acted as Harvard University’s Financial Aid Compliance and Training Officer and as the University’s financial aid director for continuing education, leading financial aid programs for undergraduate, graduate, certificate and high school students.
Zack received a Bachelor of Arts from Bennington College in Vermont, his Master of Public Administration from the University of Oklahoma, and his Master of Science in kinesiology from the California University of Pennsylvania. In addition to his training experience with ED, he has developed leadership curricula for schools and financial aid professional associations, and works in his free time as a personal fitness trainer.
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