b'College Employment Programs Work-Study Program: Part-time, on-campus employment is available to eligible students. Students must complete the FAFSA to determine eligibility and the college work-study application. Eligibility is based on financial need, other aid awarded and availability of funds. Students are employed part-time and are paid monthly. Students who complete financial aid files by June 1 will be given priority consideration. Loan Programs Federal William D. Ford Loan Programs are low interest loans that students and parents of dependent students may obtain from the U.S. Department of Education. They include the Federal Subsidized Direct Loan, Federal Unsubsidized Direct Loan and the Federal PLUS Direct Loan. Students must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), entrance loan counseling, a Master Promissory Note and accept offered loan award on Web Services. Title IV Financial Aid Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College is required by federal regulations to establish minimum standards of Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) that recipients must make toward completion of a diploma or degree program. These standards encourage successful completion of an educational goal in a timely manner. This policy is separate from the MGCCC Scholastic Progress Standards policy and is monitored by the Directors of Financial Aid. Satisfactory Academic Progress standards apply to the following Title IV federal financial aid programs: Federal Pell Grant Federal Supplement Education Opportunity Grant (SEOG) Federal Work Study Federal Direct Loan Program Federal PLUS Program Students Receiving Federal Financial Aid Must:1.Maintain a minimum completion rate for all attempted hours and 2.Maintain a minimum cumulative grade point average (GPA); and 3.Complete a diploma or degree program before they have attempted 90 hours Hours Earned and Grade Point Average Required for Eligibility If you have Attempted Total Hours withinYour Cumulative should be at Your Completion Rate % should be This rangeleast.at least 1-61.0050% 7-181.5050% 19-301.7567% 31-411.9067% 42 and above2.0067% Academic history is reviewed for all students applying for financial aid, regardless of whether financial aid was received during past enrollment. Academic history includes transfer hours, scholastic forgiveness hours, withdrawal hours, incomplete hours, repeated hours and developmental hours. Attempted Hours include all MGCCC and transfer hours in which the student has enrolled. Earned Hours include all MGCCC and transfer hours completed a grade of A, B, C, D, P, S. The formula for calculating the completion rate is: Earned Hours/Attempted Hours. 40'