Completion Rate Percentage
As part of the Satisfactory Academic Progress guidelines, students must successfully complete at least 75% of their attempted coursework during an academic year (defined as summer, fall, and spring). Withdrawing from or failing a class is not considered successful completion.
The following programs are subject to this requirement:
- Federal Direct Loans
- Texas College Access Loan
Determining Completion Rate Percentage
Add up the number of classes you enrolled for during the academic year and compare it with the number of classes you successfully completed with a passing grade.
For example, to determine your Completion Rate for the 2012-2013 academic year, use your enrollment history from the Summer 2012, Fall 2012, and Spring 2013 semesters.
|Attempted Hours (A)||Completed Hours (B)|
Divide the Total Completed (B), by the Total Attempted (A), and multiply by 100 to get your Completion Rate Percentage:
(B ÷ A) x 100 = Completion Rate Percentage
Your Completion Rate Percentage needs to be at least 75% to be making satisfactory progress.