As you continue toward your college degree, there’s probably a lot on your mind. We want to make sure you are aware of important requirements that you must meet to keep your Oklahoma’s Promise award in college.
All Oklahoma’s Promise students in college must meet the Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) requirements set by the college. If you become ineligible for federal financial aid (like Pell grants or student loans) for failure to make SAP, you will also not receive Oklahoma’s Promise. This requirement applies to all Oklahoma's Promise students, even if the student is not currently receiving federal financial aid and regardless of the year the student started college. The SAP requirements include minimum GPA standards and minimum standards for completing courses in which the student enrolls. If you are not familiar with the SAP requirements at your college or you have specific questions, please contact the financial aid office for more details.
Read the details of the requirements in the FAQ for college students. The FAQ includes additional helpful information as well.
Effective for Oklahoma’s Promise college students receiving the award for the first time in 2012-13 and thereafter, a minimum college GPA of 2.00 is required for courses taken through the sophomore year and a minimum 2.50 GPA is required for courses taken during the junior year and thereafter. Students not meeting the required GPA requirements will lose eligibility for the Oklahoma’s Promise award. Students are responsible for understanding how the minimum GPAs are calculated and when the award benefits will be lost.
Read the details of the requirements in the FAQ for college students.
Have you moved or changed schools since you enrolled in Oklahoma’s Promise? Do you have a new phone number or email address?
Email or call us at 800.858.1840 to update your contact information.