Students may attempt up to 150% of a program's length. Most programs require 120 hours; therefore, the maximum number of attempted hours for most degree programs is 180 hours. (120 X 1.5 = 180). Once a student exceeds the 180 hours rule, they are no longer eligible for federal financial aid (Pell, SEOG, Perkins, Federal Loans, Plus Loans).
Students working on a second bachelor's degree will need to work with their academic advisor to complete a program of study form. After the form is completed, it should be sent to the Financial Aid Office to determine a student's eligibility. For questions concerning your remaining eligibility, contact the Financial Aid Office.