Making satisfactiory academic progress (SAP) is an important factor when it comes to maitaining your eligibility for Purdue Promise scholarship funding. Please review the chart below, as well as the requirements from the Office of the Dean of Students (ODOS) and the Division of Financial Aid (DFA) to learn about university academic requirements. 

For students who started at Purdue in Fall 2013, please review a detailed explanation of the credit hour completeion requirements

GPA and Credit Hour Requirements

Review the Division of Financial Aid's detailed SAP policy to understand how to maintain SAP and stay on track for graduation.

Review the Office of the Dean of Students detailed explanation of Academic Probation through the university. 

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