b'Maximum Time Frame: All recipients of federal financial aid have a maximum of 90 attempted hours (1.5 x 60 minimum hours required for most MGCCC programs) to complete a diploma or degree program. Transfer hours are included in the 90 attempted hours. The maximum time frame is adjusted on an individual basis for programs which require more than 60 hours. Developmental Courses: Developmental Classes will be treated in the same manner as other college courses attempted.At the student\'s request, a maximum of 15 hours of developmental courses can be removed from the completion rate and maximum time frame determination. Repeated Courses: Repeated courses are counted as attempted hours in the completion rate and maximum time frame determination. Students cannot receive financial aid for more than one repetition of a previously passed course. In addition, students cannot receive financial aid for any repetition of a previously passed course due to the student failing other coursework (Example:Student fails Nursing I and has to repeat the entire semester.Financial Aid will cover the failed class but not the other classes.) NOTE: STUDENTS HAVE A LIFETIME PELL GRANT LIMIT OF 12 FULL-TIME SEMESTERS OR THE EQUIVALENT. THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT WILL TRACK THIS VIA THE NATIONAL STUDENT LOAN DATABASE SYSTEM (NSLDS). THIS IS A FINAL DECISION FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AND CANNOT BE APPEALED TO THE SCHOOL. Transfer Students: Official transcripts from all previous colleges attended (regardless of whether or not financial aid was received) must be forwarded to the MGCCC Admissions Office and be evaluated for transfer credit and SAP compliance before eligibility for Federal Financial Aid can be determined. All credit hours attempted (including those for which grades of W, WF, I, and WP) that are received will be included as hours attempted. Transfer credit will be subject to the same SAP standards as institutional credits, and a SAP status will be assigned to the transfer student as calculated according to this policy. This status will be effective beginning the student\'s first term of enrollment at MGCCC. SAP Review and Notification Academic progress is reviewed at the end of each term to determine compliance with the grade point average (GPA), completion rate and maximum time frame standards. Students who fail to meet the GPA and completion rate standard for the first time will be placed on Financial Aid Warning status. Students who began the semester on "Financial Aid Warning" and still failed to meet the GPA and completion rate standard at the end of the semester will be placed on "Financial Aid Suspension". Students who exceed the maximum time frame standard for the first time, and subsequent times, will be placed on Financial Aid Suspension status.Attempts to notify all ineligible students via their MGCCC e-mail account will be made; however, MGCCC Web Services will serve as official notification of SAP eligibility. It is the student\'s responsibility to be familiar with SAP and to monitor his/her progress each term. Financial Aid Appeals Students placed on "Financial Aid Suspension" due to extenuating circumstances may appeal this status by completing the Satisfactory Academic Progress Appeal form and submitting supporting documentation and a graduation plan. Each appeal will be considered on its own merit by the Campus Financial Aid Appeals Committee.See Schedule for deadlines and notification dates.Appeals submitted without supporting documentation and a graduation plan will be denied.Students will be notified of the appeal decision via official college e-mail and Web Services. 41'