|Policy Name:||Enrollment Levels and Types Policy|
Financial Aid Office
VP of Student Financial Services
Registrar’s Office, Admissions, Advising, Student Advocate Office, Human Resources
Location where Existing Policy can be Viewed:
Complete Wording of New or Revised Policy:
|Enrollment in Undergraduate and Graduate Courses During the Same Term:|
Some students mix undergraduate and graduate courses together in one term. It is important to understand that only the courses in your current degree program will count towards federal aid eligibility - including federal loans.
Availability of General Equivalency Diploma (GED) Classes and Testing
*Note: For Veterans Benefits (such as the GI Bill) levels: Please see the on the web pages.
|This policy is in place to ensure proper awarding and distribution of federal, state, and institutional aid.|
|The Principles of Accreditation: Federal Requirements – 4.7|
Other Regulatory Criteria:
U.S. Department of Education, SCHEV
Definition of Glossary Terms:
Title IV - The portion of the Higher Education Act (see HEA) that includes most of the federal financial aid programs.
Implementation of enrollment and eligibility policies are completed through system checks in Banner, reporting, and audits as required by the U.S. Department of Education and SCHEV.
PROCEDURES FOR IMPLEMENTATION AND REVIEW
Financial Aid, Registrar’s Office
Policy Review Cycle:
Each policy and guideline is managed through reporting and internal system checks through Banner.
Factors which could lead to a recalculation of financial aid and ultimately lead to a change, reduction, or elimination of federal, state, institutional and/or any other types of financial aid eligibility:
Exceptions and Further considerations:
Other Policy Link Locations: