b"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 EligibilityIf you have Attempted Total HoursYour Cumulative should be atYour Completion Rate % should be within 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. 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.) 44"