Assisting students in receiving a college education
Each student receiving financial aid in the CCCCD District is expected to maintain satisfactory and measurable academic progress.
Satisfactory and measurable academic progress is defined within the District as successfully maintaining a semester and cumulative GPA (grade point average) of 2.0 (C or greater) and complete 67% (or more) units attempted each and every semester. Also, a student cannot exceed 150% of the maximum time frame as stated in the student educational objective.
In the event a financial aid recipient fails to maintain satisfactory and measurable academic progress (as defined above) in any one semester, he/she will be placed on financial aid probation the following semester. Students on probation who fail to maintain satisfactory and measurable academic progress (as defined above); will be suspended from financial aid the following semester.
For more detailed information regarding our SAP policies, please refer to: CCCCD Student Satisfactory Academic Policy
As a student at LMC you have the right to:
Things you should know as a financial aid recipient:
The information on this web site is compiled from various State, Federal and college sources and intended to provide current and prospective students and their parents a tool to help make informed decisions about financial aid options while attending LMC. This information is subject to change due to changes in federal or state regulations, College policy, Office of Financial Aid procedures or budgeting.