Thank you for being interested in learning how to be more successful at Anoka Technical College. Our goal is to provide you the finest career and technical education and the appropriate resources to help you, and the community, live and learn well. One way of doing that is to help you maintain Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) standards.
Please use these resources to help you maintain SAP standards or to assist you in getting back on track to ensure satisfactory academic progress.
SAP Appeal Calendar
The final deadline for appeals to attend summer 2020 is 12 noon on Wednesday, June 3, 2020. Appeal results will be emailed to students by the end of the day on Friday, June 5, 2020.
Please do not delay submitting your appeal! If you think you will be suspended, submit an appeal now.
The final deadline for appeals to attend fall 2020 is noon (12 pm) on Wednesday, Aug. 19, 2020. Appeal results will be emailed to students by the end of the day on Friday, Aug. 21, 2020.
Appeals must be emailed to email@example.com.
We encourage students to submit their appeal immediately and before the final deadline, since the committee periodically reviews appeals received before the final deadline.
SAP Appeal Forms and Resources
Finding your GPA – Here is a student-friendly guide to determine your GPA using your unofficial academic transcript.
Calculating Your Completion Rate – Here is a student-friendly guide to calculating your completion rate using your unofficial academic transcript.
Appeal and Contract Form (PDF) / Appeal and Contract Form (Word.doc) – Here are the required documents that students must complete to appeal a suspension. Submit the completed forms along with a typed statement, transcripts and supporting documentation to the Records Office.
2nd Review of Appeal Form (PDF) / 2nd Review of Appeal Form (Word.doc)– Here are the documents that students must complete when appealing the SAP Committee’s decision. Submit the completed form along with a typed statement, transcripts, and supporting documentation to the Dean of Student Affairs.
Dropping vs. Withdrawing
– Here you will learn the difference between dropping a course vs withdrawing from a course. There is a big difference how it impacts you academically and financially, so please take a minute to read and learn.
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