Maximum Time Frame

Students have up to 150% of their program length to complete their program of study. Maximum timeframe is 150% x total number of hours required to complete the program of study. For example, if your program of study requires 30 credit hours to complete, once you have attempted 45 credit hours, you are no longer considered to be making Satisfactory Academic Progress and will not be eligible for a Warning period. Financial aid is automatically suspended. All courses including transfer courses, repeated courses, remedial courses, incomplete courses and withdrawn courses are included in this calculation.

Example: The Criminal Justice Technology Associate of Applied Science Degree = 60 hours x 150 percent = 90 hours. Students would be required to complete this program within 90 attempted credit hours.