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Campus Based Programs. April Gonzales UTSA. TUNE-IN. Agenda for this session Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (FSEOG) Federal College Work-Study (FWS) Federal Perkins Prepare you for the 2011 BRAIN BOWL!. Tune-Up. Campus-Based Programs Funds managed by the institution

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campus based programs

Campus Based Programs

April Gonzales

UTSA

tune in
TUNE-IN
  • Agenda for this session
    • Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (FSEOG)
    • Federal College Work-Study (FWS)
    • Federal Perkins
  • Prepare you for the 2011 BRAIN BOWL!
tune up
Tune-Up
  • Campus-Based Programs
    • Funds managed by the institution
      • Matching requirements (75/25): waived for Hispanic serving institutions
      • 25% transfer option from FWS or Perkins to FSEOG
      • 3-5% Administrative allowance to offset costs
      • The e-Campus-Based System
    • Required FISAP reporting
      • Report previous year’s expenditures
      • Request funds for the next year
      • Due no later than October 1st each year
requirements
Requirements

Enrollment

  • Campus based aid does not require the student to be at half-time
    • Does not apply to teacher certification or professional credential program

NEED

  • All three programs require student to reflect need
federal supplemental educational opportunity grant
Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant
  • FSEOG Eligibility
    • Undergraduate students only
      • First time bachelor’s degree
    • Reasonable portions to non-traditional students
    • Exceptional need
      • Award in EFC order (start with $0)
      • PELL recipients given priority
fseog
FSEOG
  • FSEOG Awards
    • $100 annual minimum
    • $4000 annual maximum
    • $4400 annual maximum for approved study abroad programs

Federal Update: Cuts to SEOG by $20 million, with an additional 0.2 percent cut on top of that

federal work study
Federal Work-Study
  • Eligibility
    • Financial need
    • Eligibility for other federal programs
    • Undergraduate or Graduate
    • No minimum
    • Maximum award is $4,500
      • Cannot exceed financial need
        • Consider hours of employment and wage earned
      • Periods of non-attendance
        • Summer
        • Must enroll for next regular session
        • Earnings must be counted in next term’s aid package
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Federal Work-Study
  • Eligible Employers
    • On Campus – 75% federal share: institutional match is waived for Hispanic serving
    • Government/Non-profit agency – politics and lobbying prohibited – 75% federal share
    • Private, for-profit agency
      • Max of 25% of FWS allocation per year
      • Must be related to major
      • 50% federal share
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Federal Work-Study
  • Eligible Employers – cont
    • Community Service
      • 7% of FWS allocation
      • Health care, child care, education, literacy training, or social services
      • 75% federal share
    • No Child Left Behind
      • Reading tutors of pre-school aged children
      • 100% federal share
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Federal Work-Study
  • Non School Employers
    • Contract must be drafted, approved and signed before student begins work
    • Contract should clarify:
      • Employer
      • Who will pay student
      • Who will pay benefits (unemployment, workers comp, etc.)
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Federal Work-Study
  • Conditions
    • Must be paid at least minimum wage
      • Current- $7.50
    • Cannot displace regular employees
    • Must be paid all hours worked
    • Cannot be paid for receiving classroom instruction
    • Must be paid at least once a month
    • Wages paid to student or can be paid toward student account
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Federal Work-Study
  • In the event of a major disaster, an eligible school located in any area affected by such major disaster
    • Continue to make FWS payments to disaster-affected students, for the period of time (not to exceed one academic year)
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Federal Work-Study
  • FWS Overawards
    • $300 overaward tolerance for all

campus-based programs

    • Tolerance is allowed only if overaward occurred after campus-based aid has been packaged.
  • Report FWS earnings on the FAFSA
    • Questions 43c. / 91c.
perkins
Perkins
  • Perkins Eligibility
    • Undergraduate or Graduate students
    • Exceptional financial need (as defined by school)
    • Entrance and Exit interviews required
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Perkins
  • Perkins Loan Limits
    • Undergraduate
      • $4000 annual limit
      • $20,000 lifetime aggregate
    • Graduate students
      • $6000 annual limit
      • $40,000 lifetime aggregate
    • $8000 limit for first 2 years of academic work
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Perkins
  • Interest Rate
    • 0% in school
    • Fixed, simple 5% out of school
  • 9-month grace period
  • 10 year repayment
  • Deferments, forbearance, and cancellations available
perkins3
Perkins
  • Perkins Deferments (no interest)
    • In school
    • Attending graduate fellowship program
    • Graduate or post-graduate study outside US (Fulbright scholar)
    • Rehabilitation training programs for disabled persons
    • Seeking but unable to find employment (up to 3 years)
    • Economic hardship (up to 3 years)
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Perkins
  • Perkins Forbearance (interest accrues)
    • Temporary postponement of payments, extension of time for making payments, OR acceptance of smaller payment amounts
    • Economic hardship or lengthy illness
    • Request in writing with supporting documentation
    • Not to exceed 3 years
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Perkins
  • Perkins Cancellation
    • Teaching
      • Low income school or high need subject matter (math, science, foreign language, special education)
      • Head Start programs/early intervention child care
      • Up to 100%
    • Health care services – up to 100%
    • Law enforcement – up to 100%
    • Armed Forces/Peace Corps service
      • 50% for armed service in hostile area
      • 70% for Peace Corps service
know your resources
Know your Resources
  • IFAP- Student Aid Handbook Vol. 3 Chapter 7 Awarding Campus-Based Aid
  • Dear Colleague Letters
    • GEN-11-02
  • The eCampus-Based System
    • https://cbfisap.ed.gov/ecb/CBSWebApp/
are you ready to compete
Are You Ready to Compete?

IT’S TIME FOR THE BRAIN BOWL

Get ready to Rock It Out!