SAP Workshop

SAP stands for Satisfactory Academic Progress.

If you have been suspended from financial aid due to failure to meet the satisfactory academic progress requirements and wish to appeal, you must complete either an Online or In-Person SAP Workshop and the steps listed below:

Each school sets its own SAP policy within the federal guidelines, and students must meet the requirements of the SAP policy of the school he or she is enrolled in to be eligible for federal financial aid. See the SCC SAP Policy.

Online SAP Workshop

Press the button above, register, login and complete the 3 Sessions displayed in “Your Recommended Session Dashboard”.

Within 5-7 days after you complete all online SAP recommended sessions, the SCC Financial Aid Office will clear the SAP Workshop from your eService To Do List  Item.

In-Person Workshops

Dates & Locations
March 6, 201911:00 am – 12:00 pmTechnology Building (TEC 105)
March 20, 20193:00 pm – 4:00 pmRodda Hall North (RHN-258)

Log in Using eSARS to Sign Up

  1. Log into eSARS: Enter your ID and date of birth then click Continue.

log in to eSARS

  1. Click on Make Appointment.

click on make Appointment

  1. In the last column to your right, select Financial Aid Workshops, then click Find Appointments.

select Financial Aid Workshops, then click Find Appointments

  1. Click on the * button next to the SAP Workshop of your choice.

Click on the * button next to the SAP Workshop of your choice
Workshops that are full will not appear.

  1. Select Satisfactory Academic Progress from the scroll down menu, confirm your email address by re-entering it in the last textbox, and click Continue.

Select Satisfactory Academic Progress