|Home - Financial Services - Satisfactory Academic Progress|
Satisfactory Academic Progress
Federal regulations require Daniel Webster College to monitor the Satisfactory Academic Progress ("SAP") of its students using both qualitative and quantitative measurements. The qualitative standard is the student's cumulative grade point average ("CGPA"). The quantitative standard measures the pace of completion ("POC") as a quotient of the total number of credits satisfactorily earned divided by the number of credits attempted during all periods of enrollment at DWC in the student's current educational program. The POC requirement is based on the maximum time frame for completion ("MTF") within which students must complete their program. For all DWC programs, the quantitative measure is expressed in creditsattempted, and the maximum time frame is 150% of the number of credits required to complete the degree program. For students under the semester system, SAP is measured at the end of every semester; for students under the quarter system, SAP is measured at the end of every third quarter. As long as these standards are met, a student is eligible to receive financial assistance. The standards apply to both full-time and part-time students. In addition, if it becomes mathematically impossible for a student to complete the degree requirements for graduation from his or her educational program within the applicable MTF, the student will not be making SAP.
Consumer Information: Go to programinfo.dwc.edu to access information on the programs of study offered at Daniel Webster College, including, among other things:
Daniel Webster College (DWC), 20 University Drive, Nashua, NH 03063, 800.325.6876
The College's publications and most recent audited financial statements are available on request.