Participation in Federal & State Programs

The FAO participates in a variety of financial aid programs. Assistance may include scholarships, grants, loans, and work. Scholarships and grants are gift awards which do not have to be repaid. Loans and work opportunities are considered self-help awards since repayment or performance of duties are required. The type of aid awarded depends upon the student's financial need and is generally a combination of gift and self-help assistance.

Institutional and Program Eligibility

Institutional Eligibility

As a private nonprofit institution, Centenary College has been authorized by the United States Secretary of Education to participate in financial aid programs authorized by Title IV of the Higher Education Act of 1965 as amended.

Terms of Agreement

The Program Participation Agreement between Centenary College and the Department of Education entitles the FAO to participate in the following federal programs:

1. Federal Pell Grant Program.

2. Federal Academic Competitiveness Grant (discontinued after 2010-11)

3. Federal SMART Grant (discontinued after 2010-11)

4. Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant Program.

5. Federal Work-Study Program.

6. Federal Perkins Loan Program.

7. Federal Direct Loan Program

Institutional Application for Federal Funds

The FAO applies for funds through the Fiscal Operation Report and Application to Participate (FISAP). The FAO applies annually for federal funds through the FISAP which is submitted each year by October 1. The Director of the FAO collects the necessary statistics to complete the report on-line. The signature page and required certifications are sent certified mail.

General Student Eligibility for Federal Title IV Financial Aid

There are several eligibility requirements that students must meet in order to be considered for federal funds at Centenary College. Students must:

1. Demonstrate financial need (for need-based aid) according to Federal Methodology.

2. Have a high school diploma, or a GED.

3. Be enrolled in a degree-seeking or eligible certificate program.

4. Be a U.S. Citizen or eligible non-citizen.

5. Make satisfactory academic progress as determined by Centenary College. See Section 19 for Centenaryís SAP statement.

6. Sign a statement of educational purpose and a certification statement on refunds and default on the FAFSA.

7. Sign an Anti-Drug Abuse Act Certification on the FAFSA.

8. Be admitted to Centenary College.

Federal Programs

The federal programs in which the FAO participates are listed in Section 12.1.2 above. The Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant Program and the Federal Work-Study Program are referred to as campus-based programs because although funded primarily with federal dollars, the institution is able to determine how these funds should be awarded to students.

Federal Pell Grant

The Federal Pell Grant is an entitlement program. Students must demonstrate financial need to qualify.

  • Purpose of Program

The Federal Pell Grant program is federally funded with the purpose of helping financially needy students meet the cost of postsecondary education. This program is centrally administered by the federal government.

  • Institutional Policy Statement

Determining Eligibility
Students requesting federal financial assistance during their enrollment are required to establish Federal Pell Grant eligibility before additional determination of funds eligibility is made and/ or awarded.

In order to determine eligibility for any federal financial aid program, students must file a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and have the results sent to Centenary. The FAO will accept results through electronic transmission with the Central Processing System (CPS). Student eligibility is determined only through the CPS of the Department of Education using the Federal Methodology need analysis formula. The FAO must have an official EFC before eligibility for any fund may be determined.

Students are notified of the amount of their Pell Grant through an award letter. Students who are enrolled on a less-than-half-time basis may receive a prorated Pell Grant.

All reports required by the Department of Education are submitted in a timely fashion. Pell payments are submitted to the Department of Education at least every 30 days or as needed.

The enrollment status of students is not determined until after the end of the add/drop period of the term, which is the seventh day of classes. Disbursement occurs only when the enrollment matches the appropriate Pell award.

Pell awards are recalculated when there is a change in the EFC or when the enrollment status changes between terms within the same award year.

Students who submit FAFSAs to Centenary after the end of an enrollment period for which the student met all the necessary criteria, will receive a retroactive (late) award provided the student's file is complete prior to the last day of classes for the academic year.

Students who do not use their entire Pell allocation during the fall and spring semesters may use the balance during the following summer period on a prorated basis. It is the responsibility of the student to inform the FAO that they will be enrolled during the summer period and request assistance.

Payment
Pell Grant funds are disbursed to a studentís account on the third day of classes to use as credit for charges. Before disbursement, the FAO ensures that the student remains eligible for the grant and is registered for the appropriate number of classes.

Overawards
In the event of an overaward, the student's account is placed on hold until such time that the overpayment is rectified.

Record-keeping
Financial aid records are maintained in studentís folders as well as on computer. The Director of the FAO and the Comptroller are responsible for account management and appropriate record security for all Pell account transactions. The amount and date of any overpayment restored to the program account, the cost of attendance, determination of enrollment status and enrollment period, eligibility of enrolled students who submit valid Pell records, name, Social Security number, amount paid, and amount and date of each payment are maintained electronically and/or in the student file.

  • Student Eligibility

Students must meet the eligibility requirements described at the beginning of this chapter. In addition, the Pell Grant is awarded only to undergraduates seeking their first degree. Student eligibility is determined only through the Central Processing System of the Department of Education using the Federal Methodology need analysis formula.

  • Amount of Federal Pell Grant

The amount of Federal Pell Grant for which a student is eligible is determined using the Expected Family Contribution (EFC) and the corresponding cost of education from the Federal Pell Grant Eligibility Chart published by the Department of Education.

  • Verification Procedures

Verification procedures for the Federal Pell Grant are identical to other Title IV aid. See the Verification Chapter for additional information.

Federal Academic Competitiveness Grant (enacted 2006-07/discontinued after 2010-11)

The Federal Academic Competitiveness Grant is a gift aid program awarded to first and second year students who qualify for a Federal Pell Grant and meet certain academic requirements.

  • Purpose of Program

The Federal Academic Competitiveness Grant program is federally funded with the purpose of helping financially needy students meet the cost of postsecondary education. The institution administers this program.

  • Institutional Policy Statement

Determining Eligibility
Students requesting federal financial assistance during their enrollment are required to establish Federal Pell Grant eligibility before additional determination of funds eligibility is made and/ or awarded.

In order to determine eligibility for any federal financial aid program, students must file a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and have the results sent to Centenary. The FAO will accept results through electronic transmission with the Central Processing System (CPS). Student eligibility is determined only through the CPS of the Department of Education using the Federal Methodology need analysis formula. The FAO must have an official EFC before eligibility for any fund may be determined.

Students also must complete a rigorous high school curriculum as established by the Department of Education in order to qualify for this grant.

Students are notified of the amount of their ACG Grant through an award letter. Students must be enrolled as a full-time student and must be a U.S. citizen.

All reports required by the Department of Education are submitted in a timely fashion. ACG payments are submitted to the Department of Education at least every 30 days or as needed.

Students who submit FAFSAs to Centenary after the end of an enrollment period for which the student met all the necessary criteria, will receive a retroactive (late) award provided the student's file is complete prior to the last day of classes for the academic year.

Payment
ACG Grant funds are disbursed to a studentís account on the third day of classes to use as credit for charges. Before disbursement, the FAO ensures that the student remains eligible for the grant and is registered for the appropriate number of classes.

Overawards
In the event of an overaward, the student's account is placed on hold until such time that the overpayment is rectified.

Record-keeping
Financial aid records are maintained in studentís folders as well as on computer. The Director of the FAO and the Comptroller are responsible for account management and appropriate record security for all ACG account transactions. The amount and date of any overpayment restored to the program account, the cost of attendance, determination of enrollment status and enrollment period, eligibility of enrolled students, name, Social Security number, amount paid, and amount and date of each payment are maintained electronically and/or in the student file.

  • Student Eligibility

Students must meet the eligibility requirements described at the beginning of this chapter with the exception that non-eligible citizens are not eligible. In addition, the ACG Grant is awarded only to undergraduates seeking their first degree. They also must have achieved a 3.0 cumulative grade point average at the end of their first year to retain the grant (along with meeting other need-based requirements). Student eligibility is determined only through the Central Processing System of the Department of Education using the Federal Methodology need analysis formula.

  • Amount of Federal ACG Grant

The eligible student may receive up to $750 for the first year and up to $1300 for the second year.

  • Verification Procedures

Verification procedures for the Federal ACG Grant are identical to other Title IV aid. See the Verification Chapter for additional information.

Federal SMART Grant (enacted 2006-07/discontinued after 2010-11)

The Federal SMART Grant is a gift aid program awarded to third and fourth year students who qualify for a Federal Pell Grant and are enrolled in certain major programs.

  • Purpose of Program

The Federal SMART Grant program is federally funded with the purpose of helping financially needy students meet the cost of postsecondary education. The institution administers this program.

  • Institutional Policy Statement

Determining Eligibility
Students requesting federal financial assistance during their enrollment are required to establish Federal Pell Grant eligibility before additional determination of funds eligibility is made and/ or awarded.

In order to determine eligibility for any federal financial aid program, students must file a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and have the results sent to Centenary. The FAO will accept results through electronic transmission with the Central Processing System (CPS). Student eligibility is determined only through the CPS of the Department of Education using the Federal Methodology need analysis formula. The FAO must have an official EFC before eligibility for any fund may be determined.

Students also must be enrolled in certain major programs as determined by the Department of Education.

Students are notified of the amount of their SMART Grant through an award letter. Students must be enrolled as a full-time student and must be a U.S. citizen. Eligible non-citizens are not eligible.

All reports required by the Department of Education are submitted in a timely fashion. SMART payments are submitted to the Department of Education at least every 30 days or as needed.

Students who submit FAFSAs to Centenary after the end of an enrollment period for which the student met all the necessary criteria, will receive a retroactive (late) award provided the student's file is complete prior to the last day of classes for the academic year.

Payment
SMART Grant funds are disbursed to a studentís account on the third day of classes to use as credit for charges. Before disbursement, the FAO ensures that the student remains eligible for the grant and is registered for the appropriate number of classes.

Overawards
In the event of an overaward, the student's account is placed on hold until such time that the overpayment is rectified.

Record-keeping
Financial aid records are maintained in studentís folders as well as on computer. The Director of the FAO and the Comptroller are responsible for account management and appropriate record security for all ACG account transactions. The amount and date of any overpayment restored to the program account, the cost of attendance, determination of enrollment status and enrollment period, eligibility of enrolled students, name, Social Security number, amount paid, and amount and date of each payment are maintained electronically and/or in the student file.

  • Student Eligibility

Students must meet the eligibility requirements described at the beginning of this chapter with the exception that non-eligible citizens are not eligible. In addition, the SMART Grant is awarded only to undergraduates seeking their first degree. They also must have achieved a 3.0 cumulative grade point average at the end of each semester to retain the grant (along with meeting other need-based requirements). Student eligibility is determined only through the Central Processing System of the Department of Education using the Federal Methodology need analysis formula.

  • Amount of Federal SMART Grant

The eligible student may receive up to $4000 for the third year and up to $4000 for the fourth year.

  • Verification Procedures

Verification procedures for the Federal SMART Grant are identical to other Title IV aid. See the Verification Chapter for additional information.

Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (SEOG)

The FSEOG is a gift aid program for students who demonstrate financial need.

  • Purpose of Program

The FSEOG program is federally funded for the purpose of helping the financially needy students meet the cost of postsecondary education. The institution administers this program; however, FSEOG funds are awarded only to Pell Grant eligible students with priority consideration given to the students with excessive financial need.

  • Institutional Policy Statement

Determining Eligibility
In order to determine eligibility for any federal financial aid program, students must file a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and have the results sent to Centenary. Student eligibility is determined only through the CPS of the Department of Education using the Federal Methodology need analysis formula. FSEOG grants are awarded only to students who qualify for a Pell Grant

Students are notified of the amount of their FSEOG eligibility through an award letter to the student.

Matching Requirement
The federal share of FSEOG funds expended may not exceed 75% of the total amount expended. Centenary College must contribute a non-federal share of 25% from institutional sources.

Payment
FSEOG funds are disbursed to student accounts.

Overawards
In the event of an overaward, the student's account is placed on hold until such time that the overpayment is rectified.

Recordkeeping
Financial aid records are maintained in student folders as well as on the computer. Student records include the demonstration of need and FSEOG eligibility. The Director is responsible for account management and appropriate record security for all student aid transactions and how need was met for all aided students.

  • Student Eligibility

Students must meet the eligibility requirements described at the beginning of this chapter. In addition, the FSEOG is awarded only to undergraduates seeking their first degree who are Pell eligible with priority consideration given to the student with extreme need.

  • Amount of Award

The regulated maximum annual amount of FSEOG is $4,000 and the minimum is $100.

Federal Work-Study Program (FWS)

The FWS program provides employment positions for undergraduate students who demonstrate financial need. These earnings assist students with educational expenses.

  • Objectives and Purpose of the Program

The objectives and purpose of the FWS are to provide:

1. A source of financial aid to undergraduate students who demonstrate financial need.

2. Work experience which enhances the participants' education whenever possible.

3. An employment pool to the College.

  • Institutional Policy Statement

Selection of students
The policy regarding dissemination of FWS funds is to award monies to as many students as possible. This is accomplished by awarding funds to needy students on a priority basis until funds are exhausted. Reasonable effort is made to place students in positions which complements and/or reinforces their educational and career goals. Students must complete all necessary employment paperwork before being paid.

Determination of award
Students are awarded FWS based on the packaging formula described in Section 14. Records, which document FWS eligibility and how financial need is met, are maintained in the student file and the computer system.

Employment during periods of non-enrollment
Students are allowed to work during periods of non-enrollment (i.e., vacations, break) provided sufficient work-study allocations exist. Summer work awards are included in the following yearís package. Students who work during the summer intend to enroll for the fall.

Off-campus employment
Typically, the only students employed off campus are the students workers employed through our Community Service program to meet the 7% requirement according to the Federal Regulations. The Service Learning Coordinator maintains contracts with off-campus Community Service employers and signs the Community Service timesheets.

Overawards
Students are only awarded FWS funds if, in combination with other resources, the award does not exceed the student's need. If additional resources are received after FWS wages are paid, the overaward is the amount which exceeds the student's need by more than $300. To rectify an overaward, an Aid Administrator should determine if there is additional (previously unforeseen) need. If an overaward remains, unpaid loan or grant (excluding Pell) monies should be canceled.

Students are not to earn more than their FWS award. There is a $300 threshold that cannot be exceeded. A studentís award may be increased if their need has not been exceeded and funds are still available.

FWS fund transfers
At the discretion of the Director, 10% of FWSP funds may be transferred to the FSEOG account. In addition, 10% of FWSP funds may be carried forward or back to the next or last academic year's work-study account.

Federal share
The federal share of FWS funds expended may not exceed 75% of the total amount expended. Centenary College must contribute a non-federal share of 25% from institutional sources.

  • Student Eligibility

Students must meet general eligibility for Federal Title IV funds as described at the beginning of this chapter.

Job Descriptions
At the end of the academic year, the Director sends a letter to each department instructing them to complete the Job Description/ Personnel Request. The descriptions are stored by the FAO.

Salary
Most students are paid minimum wage with the following exceptions: Community Service workers to compensate for travel to and from their job; and lifeguards due to their certification requirement.

Collection of available positions
This request identifies available positions for the following academic year.

The student receives a Work Assignment Form, and an employment packet which consist of Guidelines for Working on Campus and a letter indicating when timesheets are due. The student is referred to the department where the student will be employed. After all information is completed and returned to the Financial Aid Assistant of the FAO, a copy of the contract is sent to the Payroll Office and the student is instructed to complete all Payroll documents.

Notification of award and employment placement procedures
The student receives an award letter that notifies the student of their FWS award.

Supervision
Employers are instructed to maintain adequate supervision of student with regard to attendance and quality of job performance. A work schedule must be agreed upon each semester by the student and the employer which is not in conflict with the student's class schedule.

Timesheets
Students receive time sheets from the Department where they are employed. After completion of the time sheet, the student's work hours are checked and signed by the department supervisor. The supervisor returns the timesheet to the FAO for processing. The FAO rechecks each timesheet, completes the Payroll cumulative timesheet report and forwards all to the Payroll Office.

Record-keeping
Records concerning compensation for student employment are maintained in the FAO and the Payroll Office. The student earnings are transferred to the financial aid module monthly and monitored.

Payment Procedures/Frequency
Students are issued a paycheck from the College monthly for hours worked documented on the student time sheet.

Federal Perkins Loan Program

The Federal Perkins Loan Program provides low interest, deferred payment loans to undergraduate and graduate students who demonstrate financial need. These funds assist students with educational expenses.

  • Purpose of the Program

The Federal Perkins Loan program helps the needy student meet the cost of post-secondary education.

  • Institutional Policy Statement

Determining Eligibility
In order to determine eligibility for any federal financial aid program, students must file a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and have the results sent to Centenary. Student eligibility is determined only through the CPS of the Department of Education using the Federal Methodology need analysis formula.

Students are notified of the amount of their Perkins Loan eligibility through an award letter to the student.

Payment
Perkins Loan funds are disbursed to students account.

Overawards
In the event of an overaward, the student's account is placed on hold until such time that the overpayment is rectified.

Record-keeping
Financial aid records are maintained in students folders as well as on computer. Student records include the demonstration of need and Perkins eligibility. The Director is responsible for account management and appropriate record security for all student aid
transactions and how need was met for all aided students.

  • Student Eligibility

Students must meet the eligibility requirements described at the beginning of this chapter.

  • Amount of Award

The regulated undergraduate maximum amount is $5,500 per year with an aggregate limit of $27,000. The regulated graduate maximum amount is $8,000 per year with an aggregate undergraduate and graduate limit of $60,000.

Loan Entrance Counseling
All first-time and transfer students borrowing a federal loan are required to receive entrance interview information.

Loan Exit Counseling
Students who are graduating or cease attendance are provided with exit loan counseling information either through an exit meeting or by mail.

Federal Direct Subsidized Loan Program

The Federal Direct Subsidized Loan Program provides low interest, deferred payment loans to undergraduate and graduate students who demonstrate financial need. These funds assist students with educational expenses.

  • Purpose of the Program

The Federal Direct Loan program helps the needy student meet the cost of post-secondary education.

  • Institutional Policy Statement

Determining Eligibility
In order to determine eligibility for any federal financial aid program, students must file a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and have the results sent to Centenary. Student eligibility is determined only through the CPS of the Department of Education using the Federal Methodology need analysis formula. A student must be enrolled at least half-time to be eligible for this program.

Students are notified of the amount of their loan eligibility through an award letter.

Certification of Loan Applications
The loan is certified electronically directly to the Department of Education. Loan certification will not be completed until:

1. Documentation of dependency status is on file.

2. Verification is complete.

3. All other financial assistance is reported.

Exceptions should be carefully documented and monitored by the certifying Aid Administrator to ensure proper disbursement of loan funds occurs.

Payment
Subsidized loan funds are disbursed to the student accounts within three days of the receipt of the loan fund. Before disbursement, a compliance computer match is run to ensure the student remains eligible for the loan and is registered for the appropriate number of classes.

Overawards
If the student becomes ineligible between certification and receipt of the loan funds, the loan can be changed. If eligibility changes after receipt of the funds, the ineligible subsidized amount can be reallocated to unsubsidized or the subsidized amount can be returned.

Record-keeping
Financial aid records are maintained in student folders as well as on computer. Student records include the demonstration of need and Federal Subsidized Loan eligibility.

The Registrarís Office is responsible for the submission of all Student Status Confirmation Reports (SSCR) to the National Student Loan Clearinghouse which notifies lenders of enrollment changes, ensuring office compliance with all guaranty agencies.

  • Student Eligibility

Students must meet general eligibility for Federal Title IV funds as described at the beginning of this chapter.

  • Minimum and Maximum Awards

The minimum amount regulated for the Federal Subsidized Loan is $200. Listed below are the Maximum annual awards:

Loan Limits (effective July 2007)

Status Amount per Year
Freshman $3,500
Sophomore $4,500
Junior $5,500
Senior $5,500
Graduate/Professional $8,500

Loan Entrance Counseling
All first-time and transfer students borrowing a federal loan on or after July 1, 1990 are required to perform an entrance interview.

Loan Exit Counseling
Students who are graduating or cease attendance are provided with exit loan counseling information either through an exit meeting or by mail.

Federal Direct Unsubsidized Loan Program

The Federal Direct Unsubsidized Loan Program provides low interest deferred payment loans to undergraduate and graduate students regardless of financial need. These funds assist students with educational expenses.

  • Purpose of the Program

The Federal Direct Unsubsidized Loan program helps the student meet the cost of post-secondary education.

  • Institutional Policy Statement

The total combination of Federal Direct Unsubsidized and Subsidized Loans may not exceed loan maximums listed below.

  • Student Eligibility

Students must meet general eligibility for Federal Title IV funds as described at the beginning of this chapter.

  • Minimum and Maximum Awards

The minimum amount regulated for the Federal Unsubsidized Loan is $200. Listed below are the Maximum annual awards:

Loan Limits (effective July 2007)

Status Dependent Independent
Freshman $5,500 $9500
Sophomore $6,500 $10,500
Junior $7,500 $12,500
Senior $7,500 $12,500
Graduate/Professional $20,500

Undergraduate dependent students may borrow up to these maximums as long as a Parent Loan denial is on file annually.

Loan Entrance Counseling
All first-time and transfer students borrowing a federal loan on or after July 1, 1990 are required to perform an on-line entrance interview.

Loan Exit Counseling
Students who are graduating or cease attendance are provided with exit loan counseling information either through an exit meeting or by mail.

Federal Direct Parent Loan

The Federal Direct Parent Loan provides non-subsidized low interest loans to parents of undergraduate students regardless of financial need. These funds assist students with educational expenses.

  • Purpose of the Program

The purpose of the parent loan program is to provide non-subsidized low interest rate loans to parents of dependent students.

  • Institutional Policy Statement

The parent loan may be used to replace family contribution to the extent that it does not exceed the difference between the student's cost of attendance and other financial aid. Parent loans are processed for parents or guardians of dependent undergraduate students.

The student, for whom the parent is borrowing the loan, must meet all of the eligibility criteria for financial aid, except need analysis, Pell Grant eligibility, Direct Loan eligibility, and Statement of Educational Purpose.

The parent borrower must meet the citizenship criteria and not be in default or owe a repayment on a Title IV loan or grant.

  • Student Eligibility

Students must meet general eligibility for Federal Title IV funds as described at the beginning of this chapter.

  • Minimum and Maximum Awards

The maximum award for the parent loan is the cost of education minus other financial assistance. There is no minimum regulated. There is not an aggregate borrowing limit.

State Financial Aid Programs

Leveraging Educational Assistance Partnership (LEAP) (discontinued after 2011-12)

  • Purpose of the Program

The LEAP program is federally and state funded for the purpose of helping financially needy Louisiana resident students meet the cost of post-secondary education. This program is administered by OSFA and the institution.

  • Institutional Policy Statement

Determining Eligibility
Eligibility is determined by unmet need.

Payment
LEAP funds are disbursed to student accounts.

Overawards
In the event of an overaward, the student's account is placed on hold until such time that the overpayment is rectified.

Recordkeeping
Financial aid records are maintained in student folders as well as on computer. Student records include the demonstration of need and LEAP eligibility. The Director is responsible for account management and appropriate record security for all student aid transactions and how need was met for all aided students.

  • Student Eligibility

Students must meet the eligibility requirements described at the beginning of this chapter. Student eligibility is determined only through the Central Processing System of the Department of Education using the Federal Methodology need analysis formula.

  • Amount of Award

The amount of the LEAP award is a minimum of $200 and a maximum of $2000 annually.

Louisianaís TOPS Program

  • Purpose of the Program

The TOPS program is state funded for the purpose of helping Louisiana resident students meet the cost of post-secondary education. This program is administered by OSFA and the institution.

  • Institutional Policy Statement

Determining Eligibility
Eligibility is determined by the state.

Payment
TOPS funds are disbursed to the student account.

  • Student Eligibility

Students are required to have a minimum 20 ACT score and pass 17.5 required core units in high school with at least a 2.5 high school GPA.

  • Amount of Award

The amount of the TOPS Scholarship is determined by the state annually. The amount for the TOPS award at Centenary is recalculated each year by the state.

Louisiana GO Grant (enacted 2007-08)

  • Purpose of the Program

The Louisiana GO Grant is a need-based financial aid program aimed at making college more affordable for students from moderate- and low-income families.

  • Institutional Policy Statement

Determining Eligibility
Eligibility is determined by the state.

Payment
LA Go Grant funds are disbursed to the student account.

  • Student Eligibility

Students must be eligible for a Federal Pell Grant.

  • Amount of Award

The maximum amount is $3,000 per year (beginning with 2013-14).

Institutional Financial Aid Programs

Institutional Scholarship Programs

The College offers a large scholarship program. See Institutional Scholarship Chapter for additional information.

Institutional Loans

The College offers a temporary loan to assist students who have a need for financial assistance on a short-term basis or have an emergency. This loan program has a repayment date within 30 days after borrowing and is not intended to be used as a long-term financial option.

Institutional Employment

Studentís may obtain institutional employment. Students should check with the FAO for assistance.

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