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Report: 13% of Title IV Aid-Receiving Students from Community Colleges Earn Bachelor's Degree Within Eight Years

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

Only over a tenth of students receiving Title IV aid (13%) who start at community colleges ultimately earn bachelor’s degrees within eight years, according to a U.S. Department of Education (ED) report.

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Reminder: Title IV Eligibility Requirements for Unaccompanied, Homeless Youth

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It emphasizes important details such what documentation that financial aid offices need to collect and when it is appropriate to request additional information… More » Reminder: Title IV Eligibility Requirements for Unaccompanied, Homeless Youth The post Reminder: Title IV Eligibility Requirements for Unaccompanied, Homeless Youth first appeared (..)

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Is your institution compliant with Title IV regulations?

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Department of Education announced settlement agreements with five law schools after a Federal Student Aid investigation revealed that the schools improperly disbursed Title IV funds. million in ineligible disbursements made to 92 students across… More » Is your institution compliant with Title IV regulations?

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Upcoming Webinars Offer Title IV Recertification Training to Eligible Institutions

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Federal Student Aid is hosting a pair of webinars later this year to train administrators on the recertification process for Title IV programs, which must be submitted 90 days before the expiration of their school’s Program Participate Agreement (PPA).

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Reminder: Title IV Aid: Disbursement Reporting, Excess Cash, and Reconciliation Requirements

College Aid Services

FSA has published a reminder of the general disbursement reporting, excess cash, and reconciliation requirements for all Title IV programs.

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Guidelines for Applying for Title IV Eligibility for Direct Assessment (Competency-Based) Programs

College Aid Services

In a Dear Colleague letter, the Department of Education provided the requirements for institutions who want to receive Title IV aid for direct assessment programs.

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Proposed Regulations Looks to Increase College Access

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

Miguel Cardona The department’s proposal — partly to increase oversight over distance education programs and to promote student-focused student aid programs — adds changes to the federal TRIO programs, Distance Education, and Return to Title IV.

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