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Toggle Collapse Comment Code 399 Policy

Starting with the 2017-2018 FAFSA application there has been a change to the income and tax information that is reported on the FAFSA.  As we transition to this new federal methodology, for one year only both the 2016-2017 AND 2017-2018 FAFSA applications will collect and use 2015 income and tax information. 

If you are a student who has received a Code 399, we ask that you carefully read the College's Comment Code 399 Policy and comply with our requests for additional information. 

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Toggle Collapse Disbursement Policy
Toggle Collapse Financial Aid Academic Policies

A student can only receive financial aid for one repetition of a previously passed class.  This applies to undergraduate and graduate students.  

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Toggle Collapse Unusual Enrollment History Policy

The U.S. Department of Education has established regulations to prevent fraud and abuse in the Federal Pell Grant and Federal Direct Loan Program by identifying students with “unusual enrollment histories."  While most students who have been flagged with an unusual enrollment history have legitimate reasons for enrollment at multiple institutions, the Office of Financial Aid is required by law to review the academic records of all selected students.  

 

 

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Toggle Collapse Withdrawal - Return of Title IV Policy

It is important to understand the College’s Title IV Refund Policy (R2T4) if you are thinking of dropping, withdrawing, or have stopped attending classes.

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This primer is a good resource for students thinking of withdrawing and how it may impact them financially, as well as academically. 

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