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The 2004 Florida Statutes

Title XXXI
LABOR
Chapter 445
WORKFORCE INNOVATION
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Section 445.0122, Florida Statutes 2004

445.0122  Student eligibility requirements for renewal awards.--

(1)  To be eligible to renew an incentive grant for a degree program, a student must:

(a)  Complete at least 12 semester credit hours or the equivalent of program requirements in the previous academic year, including summer school.

(b)  Maintain the equivalent of a grade point average of at least 2.75 on a 4.0 scale for all postsecondary education work.

(2)  A student who is enrolled in a program that terminates in a baccalaureate degree or who is enrolled in an associate degree program that articulates into a baccalaureate degree may receive an award for a maximum of 110 percent of the number of credit hours required to complete the program.

(3)  To be eligible to renew an incentive grant for an applied technology diploma program or a certificate or degree career education program that does not articulate into a baccalaureate degree program, a student must have successfully attained the last occupational completion point attempted. If an occupational completion point requires more than one term to complete, a student may receive grants for the additional terms if the institution reports that the student is making adequate progress toward completion.

(4)  A student who is enrolled in a program that terminates in an applied technology diploma or a certificate or degree career education program that does not articulate into a baccalaureate degree program may receive an award for a maximum of 110 percent of the credit hours or clock hours required to complete the program, up to 90 semester credit hours or the equivalent in quarter or clock hours.

(5)  A student maintains eligibility for an award for 4 years following receipt of the initial award for courses in the lower division and 4 years following receipt of the initial award for courses in the upper division. For purposes of this subsection, lower-division courses include courses in an eligible applied technology diploma program or a certificate or degree career education program that does not articulate into a baccalaureate degree program by agreement of the Articulation Coordinating Committee, as well as courses in associate in arts and associate in science degree programs that articulate into a baccalaureate degree program.

History.--s. 157, ch. 2000-165.

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