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Policy Update. Jeff Baker U.S. Department of Education 2012 Software Developers Webinar #3. Topics. College Choice Tools Studentaid.gov Regulatory Activity Consolidated Appropriations Act Subsidized Loan Limitation President’s FY 13 Budget Verification. College Navigator Tool.

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Policy Update

Jeff Baker

U.S. Department of Education

2012 Software Developers Webinar #3

topics
Topics
  • College Choice Tools
  • Studentaid.gov
  • Regulatory Activity
  • Consolidated Appropriations Act
  • Subsidized Loan Limitation
  • President’s FY 13 Budget
  • Verification
financial aid shopping sheet
Financial Aid Shopping Sheet

Student Specific Information:

Institutional Performance Metrics:

<<-- Student Right-to-Know graduation rate at 150% of normal time

<<-- Most recent cohort default rate

<<-- Median debt for completers

Elements of cost of attendance appropriate for the specific student - -- >>

Grant aid (does not have to be repaid or earned) -- >>

Net price after grants -- >>

Aid awarded but earned thru work - -- >>

School recommended loan amounts under Federal loan programs - - >>

Contact information:

General listing of other types of funding that can be used to meet net costs (including family contribution) - >>

<< --Where to go for more information

Space for institution to send custom message -- >>

fsa social media
FSA Social Media

Twitter

YouTube

Facebook

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Pay As You Earn

  • Amend Income Contingent Repayment regs to –
    • Reduce from 15% of discretionary income to 10%
    • Reduce forgiveness time from 25 years to 20 years
    • Negotiated rulemaking required
      • Concluded in March
    • NPRM Published July 17
      • Comments by August 16
    • Expected effective date:
      • July 1, 2013
      • Possible Early Implementation Fall 2012

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Grace Period Interest Subsidy

  • Temporarily eliminates the interest subsidy on Direct Subsidized Loans during the six month grace period.
    • Applies to new Direct Stafford Loans for which the first disbursement is made on or after July 1, 2012, and before July 1, 2014.

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Ability-to-Benefit(ATB)

  • EliminatesTitle IV eligibility for students without ahigh school diploma (or equivalent).
    • Exception for
      • Home schooled students
      • Students who are or were, enrolled in a Title IV eligible program anytime prior to July 1, 2012, may continue to qualify under one of the ATB alternatives –

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Pell Duration of Eligibility

  • Establishes the duration of a student’s eligibility to receive Pell Grant to 12 semesters (or its equivalent).
  • Applies to all students effective with the 2012-13 award year.
  • Calculation includes all earlier years of the student’s receipt of Pell. 

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Pell Duration of Eligibility

  • Scheduled Award –
    • Based on the statutory maximum award amount for the year and the student’s EFC (and COA)
    • Amount student would be eligible for if enrolled fulltime for a full academic year
    • 2013-2014 – Maximum Award is $5,550
      • If EFC = 0, scheduled award is $5,550
      • If EFC = 1,000, scheduled award is $4,550
  • Annual Award –
    • Amount of scheduled award received by the student
      • Less than fulltime
      • Less than a full academic year

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Pell Grant Duration of Eligibility

  • Example –
    • Student’s Scheduled Award was $5,550, but only received $2,775 because only enrolled for one semester, will have used 50% of that award year’s scheduled award. 
    • Student who was enrolled three-quarter time for the entire award year would have used 75% of his scheduled award.
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Pell Duration of Eligibility

  • Calculate the equivalency by adding together each of the annual percentages of a student’s scheduled award that was actually disbursed to the student.
    • LEU – Lifetime Eligibility Used
      • The example student’s LEU is 125% of the total 600%.
    • Once LEU reaches 600%, student no longer eligible.
    • If LEU more than 500% but less than 600%, partial eligibility for next award year.

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Subsidized Loan Limitation

  • When a student has received subsidized loans for 150% of the published time of the academic program –
    • The student may not receive any additional subsidized loans, and
    • The subsidized loans received from July 1, 2013 on lose their subsidy
  • Applies to “new borrowers” on or after July 1, 2013.
  • Special calculation of 150% for transfer students
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Subsidized Loan Limitation

  • First instance could be as early as December 2013 because of short-term programs.
  • FSA will track, calculate, and inform.
    • Likely to be codes and comments on ISIRs
    • COD enforcement
  • Need to determine how to best collect program length information from schools for each subsidized loan recipients
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FY 13 Budget

  • $5,635 maximum Pell Grant award for 2013-2014
  • Maintain the subsidized loan interest rate for undergraduate students at 3.4 percent for undergraduates until July 1, 2013
  • Limit the duration of the Stafford Loan in-school interest subsidy to 150 percent of the normal time required to complete the borrowers’ educational program.

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FY 13 Budget

  • Expand and improve the Perkins Loan program to provide $8.5 billion in loans annually.
  • Provide $150 million in new funds for the Work-Study Program.
  • Reform and expand Federal allocations in the campus-based programs

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2013 14 verification items
Annual FederalRegister notice—

Items to verify

Acceptable documentation

2013-2014 Federal Register Notice: July 12, 2012

DCL GEN-12-11, July 17, 2012

2013-14 Verification Items

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2013 14 verification items1
Same core FAFSA items as in 2012-2013

AGI

Taxes Paid

Four Untaxed Income Items

Education Credits

Number in Household

Number in College

SNAP

Child Support paid

2013-14 Verification Items

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2013 14 verification items2
Two new verification items to combat fraud

High School Completion Status

Identify/Statement of Educational Purpose

2013-14 Verification Items

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2013 14 verification
Five Verification Tracking Groups

V1 - Standard Verification Group

Same core FAFSA items as in 2012-2013

V2 - SNAP Verification Group

SNAP Only

V3 - Child Support Paid Verification Group

Child Support Paid Only

2013-14 Verification

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2013 14 verification1
Five Verification Tracking Groups

V4 - Custom Verification Group

High School Completion

Identity/Statement of Educational Purpose

V5 - Aggregate Verification Group

All items from Groups V1 and V4

2013-14 Verification

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