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Satisfactory Academic Progress Maximum Timeframe Analysis

Satisfactory Academic Progress Maximum Timeframe Analysis

Maximum Timeframe to Complete Program Requirement
Federal student aid regulations allow a student 150% of the timeframe required to complete their program of study. Students will be deemed ineligible for financial aid upon exceeding the 150% maximum timeframe or attempted credits as indicated below:

Example: Maximum Time Frame (based on a 120 credit hour program)

Enrollment Status

Required Credit Hours to Graduate

Maximum Attempted Credit Hours (150%)

Maximum Years/Semesters to Complete Program

Full-time (min. of 12 credit hours/semester)

120 credit hours (4 years/8 semesters)

180 credit hours

6 years/12 semesters

Half-time (6-8 credit hours/semester)

120 credit hours (8 years/16 semesters)

180 credit hours

12 years/24 semesters

Graduate Students

30 credit hours (2 semesters)

45 credit hours

3 semesters

 

NOTE: Federal student aid regulations limit the maximum Subsidized Loan for new students to 150% of their program of student. In addition, the Federal Pell Grant may only be received up to a maximum of 12 full-time semesters. Students exceeding 12 full-time semesters to complete their undergraduate degree will not be eligible for Federal Pell Grant funding (this includes dual degrees and change of majors).