FINANCIAL AID POLICIES - Nevada State College

FINANCIAL AID POLICIES

College can BE AFFORDABLE! More than 68 percent of our students receive financial aid, including scholarships, grants, work-study, and loans.

ADMINISTRATIVE CAPABILITY

1.1 Adequate Number of Persons to Administer Title IV Programs

1.3 Satisfactory Academic Progress

1.6  Financial Aid Fraud Prevention

1.6.1  Identity Authentication

1.6.2  Requests for student records

INSTITUTIONAL ELIGIBILITY

2.3 Admissions Policy for Public or Private Nonprofit

GENERAL PROVISIONS

3.2 Title IV Refunds

3.5 Verification

3.6 Professional Judgment, Dependency Overrides

3.6.1 Unusual Enrollment History UEH

3.7 Misrepresentation

3.8 Documentation

3.9 Secondary Confirmation

3.10 Ability to Benefit

3.20 Repeat Coursework

FEDERAL PERKINS LOAN PROGRAM

4.0 Federal Perkins Loan Program

FEDERAL WORK-STUDY PROGRAM AND JOB LOCATION AND DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM

5.4 Job Location and Development Procedures and Records

5.5 Work Colleges Program Procedures and records

FSEOG - FEDERAL SUPPLEMENTAL EDUCATION OPPORTUNITY GRANT

6.1 Selection and Awarding of Students

FEDERAL PELL GRANT

7.1 Calculating Federal Pell Grant Awards

7.2 Federal Pell Grant required and optional recalculations

7.4 Disbursement for Books & Supplies

7.5 Iraq and Afghanistan Service Grant Program

FEDERAL DIRECT LOAN PROGRAM

8.1 Packaging Policies for Federal Direct Loans/PLUS

8.1.1 Regaining Title IV Eligibility after Inadvertent Overborrowing

8.2 Counseling Borrowers

8.3 Payment of a Refund or Return of Title IV

TEACH GRANT

9.0 TEACH Grant

CONSORTIUM AGREEMENTS

Consortium Agreements

INSTITUTIONAL AWARDS

10.1 Effect of External Awards on Institutional Need-Based Funds

 

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