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San Diego Mesa College

7250 Mesa College Drive

San Diego, CA 92111-4998



Admissions and Records



Counseling Office



Financial Aid Office



June 27, 2018


Catherine Garth Andrade

2583 Violet St.

San Diego, CA 92105

Student ID: 0005600084

Dear Catherine:

We have completed a review of your Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) for Financial Aid Recipients.  Unfortunately, you do not meet one or more of the requirements and you are disqualified from  receiving Financial Aid, except for the California College Promise Grant (CCPG) previously known as the BOGW waiver, if eligible.

Cumulative GPA

Students must have a cumulative Grade Point Average (GPA) of 2.0 or higher at the end of each academic year.


Your Grade Point Average (GPA) = 0.76

Completion/Pace Progress

Students must complete at least 67% of the units attempted.

Your Completion/Pace Progress  = 29.09%

Maximum Time Frame Units

Based on federal regulations, a student is allowed a Maximum Time Frame not to exceed 150% of the published length of the academic program (60 units x 150% = 90 units).

Exception: Completion of the Baccalaureate Degree Pilot Program in Health Information Management (HIM) at San Diego Mesa College normally requires 120 semester units.  A student admitted into this program is allowed a maximum completion time frame not to exceed 150% of the published length of the academic program 120 units x 150% = 180 units.

Your Maximum Time Frame Units  = 40

If you have documented extenuating circumstances such as injury or illness, death of a relative or other special circumstance, you may submit an appeal to the Financial Aid Office for the Appeal Committee's consideration. Appeals will be considered in the date order in which they are received. Your appeal and supporting documents must be received in the Financial Aid Office on or before the established deadline for the semester you are filing an appeal.

Note: To submit an appeal, you must obtain and submit a counselor-approved and signed Academic Plan.  In your appeal, you must include the following:

  • Why you failed to make satisfactory academic progress?

  • What has changed or what steps you have to taken that will allow you to make satisfactory academic progress (SAP)?

If you need an Academic Plan, please contact the Counseling Office to schedule an appointment at 619-388-2672. If you are a participant in another program that offers counseling services such as EOPS or DSPS, you may contact their office to obtain an academic plan.


Mesa College, Financial Aid Office

Financial Aid

San Diego Mesa College

7250 Mesa College Drive

San Diego, CA 92111

(619) 388-2817




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