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Satisfactory Academic Progress
Graduate student academic progress is determined by the Rowan University Graduate School. For more information please visit www.rowan.edu/graduateschool or call the Graduate School at (856) 256-4050.
In order to receive financial aid, students must meet the minimum standards of Satisfactory Academic Progress. The standards for Satisfactory Academic Progress for financial aid purposes are different from the academic requirements of the university. In some instances, students experiencing academic difficulty may find that, while they are permitted to remain in school, they may not receive financial aid until they achieve the minimum standards of Satisfactory Academic Progress. The determination as to whether a financial aid applicant is maintaining satisfactory academic progress is made each year upon receipt of the applicant’s Free Application for Federal Student Aid.
For a full description of the satisfactory academic progress standards, please download the Guide to Satisfactory Academic Progress, or call the Office of Financial Aid at (856) 256-4250.
To appeal a determination of Unsatisfactory Academic Progress, please download and complete the Satisfactory Academic Progress Appeal Form and return it to the Office of Financial Aid.