Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP)

Federal regulations require that colleges and universities establish and maintain Financial Aid Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) standards, and that students must comply with the established standards to maintain financial aid eligibility.

Student Lending Code

San Juan College is committed to providing students and their families with the best information and processing alternatives available regarding student borrowing.

Philosophy and Mission Statement

Our mission is to provide financial assistance to students who would otherwise not be able to attend San Juan College.

Return of Title IV Funds

In accordance with the federal code of regulations 34 CFR 668.22, when a federal financial aid recipient withdraws from all classes (officially or unofficially, as defined by regulations) during a term. San Juan College must determine the withdrawal date and use a federally mandated calculation to determine the amount of grant and/or loan assistance that the student earned.

Disclosure Statement

San Juan College complies with federal Title IV student financial aid regulatory requirements that specify the “consumer information” that must be provided to current and prospective students.

Clery Act

Under the Clery Act, students have the right to know about crime on and around the SJC campus. San Juan College Department of Public Safety provides the annual crime rate information.

U.S. Constitutional Day

Celebrate U.S Constitution Day and learn about the history of the Constitution.

Student Conduct and Safety Policies

Student safety and conduct information, including the Student Handbook, Title IX, Sex Discrimination and Harassment policies.

Crime Prevention and Reporting

San Juan College Department of Public Safety provides annual crime rate and fire log information.

Voter Registration

Voter Registration information including eligibility requirements, registration process, first-time registrants and how to change your information.