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Student Eligibility for Federal Title IV Financial Aid Programs. Cindy Butler District Director of Student Financial Aid Metropolitan Community College. Higher Education Act. Federal Title IV Student Financial Aid Programs. Federal Pell Grant

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student eligibility for federal title iv financial aid programs

Student Eligibility for Federal Title IV Financial Aid Programs

Cindy Butler

District Director of Student Financial Aid

Metropolitan Community College

federal title iv student financial aid programs
Federal Title IV Student Financial Aid Programs
  • Federal Pell Grant
  • Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (FSEOG)
  • Federal College Work-Study
  • Federal Perkins Loan
  • Federal Family Education Loan Program and William D. Ford Federal Direct Loan Program
    • Subsidized loans
    • Unsubsidized loans
    • Parent loans
student eligibility for title iv federal financial aid
Regular student in eligible program

Elem/secondary enrollment

Academic qualifications

Satisfactory academic progress

Enrollment status

Drug convictions

Incarcerated students

Conflicting information

Change in status

Student Eligibility for Title IV Federal Financial Aid
regular student in an eligible program
Regular Student in an Eligible Program
  • Regular student is enrolled/accepted for enrollment for purpose of seeking degree/certificate
  • Documented at time of admission
  • FA Office must be notified if student leave program
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Regular Student in an Eligible Program
  • Remedial coursework: may receive federal aid for up to 30 credit hours or 900 clock hours.
  • ESL doesn’t count against remedial limits
  • Preparatory coursework: may have loan eligibility
  • Teacher cert: may have work-study and loans
elementary or secondary enrollment
Elementary or Secondary Enrollment
  • If still enrolled, not eligible.
  • Pursuing a GED, not considered enrolled in high school
academic qualifications
Academic Qualifications
  • High school diploma, or
  • GED, or
  • Completed home schooling; or
  • Passed an Ability to Benefit test
satisfactory academic progress
Satisfactory Academic Progress
  • Qualitative standard (i.e. grades)
  • Quantitative standard (i.e. credits)
enrollment status
Enrollment Status
  • At least half time for loans
  • Can be less than half time for Pell and Campus-Based
students convicted of possession or sale of drugs
Students Convicted of Possession or Sale of Drugs
  • Federal or state conviction
  • Self-certification
  • Rehab program
incarcerated students
Incarcerated Students
  • Federal, state or local facility
  • Not half-way house or home detention
  • May have limited eligibility
conflicting information
Conflicting Information
  • Internal system to review/share information
  • Must reconcile inconsistencies before disbursing aid
change in status
Change in Status
  • Gain eligibility
    • Pell/campus based: entire payment period
    • Stafford/PLUS: only when became eligible
  • Lose eligibility
    • No federal funds
  • SAP
    • Regains eligibility when again meets standard
specific educational programs
Specific Educational Programs
  • Correspondence courses
  • Telecommunications courses
  • Students studying abroad
citizenship
Citizenship
  • Data match with Social Security Administration
  • U.S. citizens and nationals
  • U.S. lawful permanent residents
  • Micronesia, Marshall Islands, Palau
  • Eligible no citizens
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Citizenship
  • U.S. citizens include:
    • 50 states
    • District of Columbia
    • Puerto Rico
    • U.S. Virgin Islands
    • Guam
    • Northern Mariana Islands
  • All U.S. citizens are nationals but some nationals are not citizens:
    • American Samoa
    • Swain’s Island
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Citizenship
  • Eligible no citizens
    • U.S. (lawful) permanent residents
    • Refugees
    • Persons granted asylum
    • Conditional entrants
    • Persons paroled into the U.S. for at least a year
    • Cuban/Haitian entrants
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Citizenship
  • NON-Eligible no citizens
    • Family unity status (used to be eligible)
    • Temporary residents (used to be eligible)
      • Legalization or Special Agricultural Worker program
    • Individuals with nonimmigrant visas
      • Work visas
      • Students
      • Visitors
      • Foreign government officials
nslds financial aid history
NSLDS Financial Aid History
  • Data match with National Student Loan Data System (NSLDS)
  • Ineligible if
    • In default or owes an FSA overpayment
    • Exceeded annual or aggregate loan limits
    • Has property subject to judgment lien for a U.S. debt
social security number
Social Security Number
  • Data match with Social Security Administration
  • Must resolve any issues with SSA match
  • Messy if students provides wrong SSN
  • Name must match
  • Master Death File (05-06)
  • Micronesia, Marshall Islands, Palau
selected service
Selected Service
  • Data match with Selective Service System
  • If required to be register, must be registered
  • Can register on FAFSA or SAR
  • If not required to register, FAO must document status
federal aid program specific requirements
Federal Aid Program-Specific Requirements

Each federal aid program has specific

requirements that must be satisfied.

packaging financial aid awards
Packaging Financial Aid Awards

Federal grants are often the basis of a

financial aid package, followed by grants

and scholarships from other sources

(state, institutional, private).

Work-study and loans are included as

requested and as eligibility allows.