Title IV Funds

Title IV Funds

All monies that the federal government administers as financial aid under the Higher Education Act of 1965.
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Funding for students who interrupt their education is typically covered by Title IV funds.
Just as time consuming to administer as SAP regulations, return of Title IV funds requires coordination with state or accrediting agency policy requirements, as well as coordination with key campus officials, to develop procedures (which may or may not be the same) for recipients and non-recipients of Title IV aid.
Prior to this legislation, students attending clock hour institutions, were unable to earn Title IV funds in the same way that students attending credit hour programs earned Title IV funds.
The delay in receipt of Title IV funds at this one school had an immaterial financial impact on Corinthian's financial performance.
It now goes without saying that expanded access to federal financial aid is critical to these students and these programs; Congress must, and most likely will, craft new language that will promote access to distance education services, guaranteeing student access to Title IV funds.
The reimbursement procedure delays receipt of Title IV funds at that school by typically 45 days.
In 2000 it was selected as one of 15 institutions--and one of five nontraditional institutions--to participate in a Department of Education program to create a set of procedures for the distribution of Title IV funds to distance-education students.
The Department's regulations require institutions to post a Letter of Credit where a program review report cites untimely return of unearned Title IV funds for more than 10 percent of the sampled students in a period covered by the review.
By facilitating and expediting compliance with regulatory mandates, Datatel's FA module provides a variety of competitive advantages -- enabling institutions to issue award letters more quickly, reduce audit findings, and take advantage of automated returns on Title IV funds.
for individuals who have a role in student loan default prevention and in the delivery of Title IV funds.
All 6,800 higher education institutions receiving Title IV funds must install a net price calculator on their websites by Oct.
We take our fiduciary duty of handling Title IV funds extremely seriously and apply the highest standards of care and diligence in administering and accounting for these funds," said Apollo Group President and Chief Operating Officer Joseph D'Amico.