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  • Policies
    What Affects Aid Award Notice Guide 2015 2016 Award Notice Guide 2014 2015 Award Notice Guide Dates Deadlines Types of Aid Scholarships Grants Loans Work Study Additional Services Policies Program Changes Disbursement Policy Repeat Coursework Rights Responsibilities SAP Withdrawal Policy Other Student Categories California Dream Act CCE College of Continuing Ed Summer Financial Aid Veteran Success Center Study Abroad International Exchange Programs FAQs Resources Communications Archive Strategic Goals and Assessment Vice President for Student Affairs Office Contact Us Lassen Hall Lobby 6000 J Street Sacramento CA 95819 6044 Phone 916 278 6554 Fax 916 278 6082 Click to Email Us Student Service Center Hours Office Monday Friday 9 am 5 pm Phones Monday Friday 9 am 4 pm Drop In Counseling Hours Monday Friday 9 11 30 am 1 3 pm Scholarship Hours Monday Friday 9 11 30 am 1 3 pm Phone 916 278 6179 More information Follow Us Financial Aid Policies The Financial Aid Office must adhere to several regulatory mandates when administrating student aid programs Federal regulations continuously change affecting the manner in which the student aid programs are delivered to financial aid applicants In addition there are set policies established by the Financial Aid Office at

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  • Program Changes
    am 1 3 pm Phone 916 278 6179 More information Follow Us Program Changes OTHER FINANCIAL AID POLICIES Disbursement Repeat Coursework Rights Responsibility SAP Withdrawal Policy There are significant changes to federal and state aid programs These changes greatly impact our eligible financial aid applicants and we highly recommend you read and understand these changes as they may affect you Changes for 2013 2014 applied to the following programs F ederal Direct Loans Federal Work Study Federal Pell Grant State University Grant Changes to Title IV Aid The Department of Education announced the across the board budget cuts known as sequestration on the Title IV student financial aid programs as a result of the Budget Control Act of 2011 the sequester law Beginning October 1 2014 the information below provides information on the required increases to the Direct Loan fees and the required reduction to the TEACH Grant program The loan origination fee percentages for Direct Subsidized Loans Direct Unsubsidized Loans and Direct PLUS Loans for both parent and graduate and professional student borrowers will change for loans that are first disbursed on or after October 1 2014 and before October 1 2015 Direct Loan Fees for 2014 2015 Loan Type Date Disbursed Loan Fee Percent Fee Example Direct Subsidized and Unsubsidized Loans First disbursed on or after 10 1 2014 and before 10 1 2015 1 073 59 01 on a 5 500 loan Direct PLUS Loans Parent and Grad Prof Student First disbursed on or after 10 1 2014 and before 10 1 2015 4 292 429 20 on a 10 000 loan A TEACH Grant that is first disbursed on or after October 1 2014 requires a reduction of 7 3 percent from the award amount for which the student would have been eligible Top TEACH Grant

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  • Disbursement Policy
    3 pm Phone 916 278 6179 More information Follow Us Disbursement Policy Other Financial Aid Policies Program Changes Repeat Coursework Rights Responsibility SAP Withdrawal Policy DISBURSEMENT OF AID The Financial Aid Scholarships Office offers awards based on full time enrollment Disbursements begin one week before the start of the semester will disburse twice a week through Census and continue weekly thereafter Prior to each disbursement the system will verify the number of units you are currently enrolled in and disburse aid accordingly For example If you are enrolled in 12 units your aid will disburse based on 12 units However if you drop to 9 units before the next disbursement your aid may be adjusted creating a balance owed to the University REFUND OF AID All institutional charges owed to the University tuition fees housing campus fees etc will be automatically deducted from your financial aid disbursement before determining your refund If eligible allow 3 to 5 business days for after disbursement for your eRefund For additional disbursement questions refer to our frequently asked Disbursement Questions ENROLLMENT REQUIREMENTS FOR AID Pell and Cal Grants Units Percent of Pell Disbursed Percent of Cal Grant Disbursed Less than 6 units Adjusted amount Zero 6 8 9 units 50 50 9 11 units 75 75 12 or more units 100 100 Credential Students must be enrolled in six Pell eligible credential units in order to receive the Pell Grant State University Grant and Federal Direct Student Loans Academic Plan Minimum Units Required Undergraduate 6 units Graduate 4 units If a student is enrolled in a single semester and it is their final semester a graduating senior their Direct Loans will be prorated based on the total units enrolled and remaining eligibility Courses that do not count as enrolled units and are not counted

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  • Repeat Coursework
    Programs FAQs Resources Communications Archive Strategic Goals and Assessment Vice President for Student Affairs Office Contact Us Lassen Hall Lobby 6000 J Street Sacramento CA 95819 6044 Phone 916 278 6554 Fax 916 278 6082 Click to Email Us Student Service Center Hours Office Monday Friday 9 am 5 pm Phones Monday Friday 9 am 4 pm Drop In Counseling Hours Monday Friday 9 11 30 am 1 3 pm Scholarship Hours Monday Friday 9 11 30 am 1 3 pm Phone 916 278 6179 More information Follow Us Financial Aid Repeat Policy Federal Aid Regulation OTHER FINANCIAL AID POLICIES Disbursement Program Changes Rights Responsibility SAP Withdrawal Policy Federal regulations require federal aid may only be awarded to an undergraduate student once for a previously passed course i e one repetition per class The University Repeat Policy does not apply to the student when determining if the repeat coursework is eligible for federal student aid Repeat Policy Conditions If a student repeats a course that is not eligible for federal aid a recalculation of aid is completed to exclude the credits for the repeated course The federal policy applies whether or not the student received aid for earlier enrollments in the course All repeated courses are counted as attempted units What is a Passing Grade For federal student aid any grade higher than an F will be considered to have passed the course NOTE This is regardless of any university or major program policy requiring a higher grade or measure for academic purposes Passing grades are A B C D W and all associated with or as well as a grade of CR Credit Not passing grades are NC No Credit I WU F 1 st Attempt 2 nd Attempt 3 rd Attempt Is the Enrolled Attempt Eligible for Aid

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  • Rights & Responsibilities
    to your financial aid application and awards is kept confidential as mandated by the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act FERPA Know the cost to attend Sacramento State Seek financial aid counseling Know what types of financial aid programs are available at Sacramento State including all federal state and institutional aid programs Know the application procedures and deadlines for each of the available aid programs Know how your financial aid was determined including what resources assets earnings parental contribution etc were considered in the calculation of your Expected Family Contribution EFC Know how much of your financial aid are loans and or grants If the award is a loan you have the right to know the amount which must be repaid the interest rate the amount of each payment the length of time you have to repay and when repayment will begin Reference PayBackSmarter Know how your financial aid will be disbursed Know that you can accept and or decline any of the financial aid awards offered to you Know the financial aid repayment and refund policy Know how Satisfactory Academic Progress SAP towards your degree measured and the consequences of not meeting standards Know that the National Student Loan Data System NSLDS is the U S Department of Education s ED central database for student aid NSLDS receives data from schools guaranty agencies the Direct Loan program the Pell Grant program and other ED programs You can find a detailed history of your federal student loans and grants on this site Know that Sacramento State is required to inform student parent borrowers that the loan will be submitted to NSLDS and will be accessible by guaranty agencies lenders and institutions determined to be authorized users of the data system Responsibilities of All Aid Recipients As a student receiving financial

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  • SAP
    for Student Affairs Office Contact Us Lassen Hall Lobby 6000 J Street Sacramento CA 95819 6044 Phone 916 278 6554 Fax 916 278 6082 Click to Email Us Student Service Center Hours Office Monday Friday 9 am 5 pm Phones Monday Friday 9 am 4 pm Drop In Counseling Hours Monday Friday 9 11 30 am 1 3 pm Scholarship Hours Monday Friday 9 11 30 am 1 3 pm Phone 916 278 6179 More information Follow Us Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy Other Policies Disbursement Program Changes Repeat Coursework Rights Responsibility Withdrawal Policy Other SAP Items Additional SAP Standards SAP Appeal Conditions SAP Appeal Process Sacramento State is required by federal law to reasonably measure a students Satisfactory Academic Progress SAP in determining eligibility for financial aid The SAP policy governs eligibility for all Federal and State aid programs When accepting financial aid the student acknowledges their obligation to maintain SAP according to the standards established by Sacramento State Students who do not meet SAP are disqualified from receiving financial aid unless they are eligible to file an appeal and the appeal is approved If the appeal is approved the student is placed on probation and will be reviewed on a semester basis SAP is reviewed annually after Spring grades post for continuing students SAP is measured in three areas and all three standards must be met 1 Minimum Cumulative GPA Standard Students must meet the annual minimum cumulative GPA based on their career program Career Program GPA Doctoral Graduate 2nd Masters Unclassified Graduate and Credential 3 0 Second Bachelor 2 5 Undergraduate 2 0 2 Overall Degree Progress Standard Students are required to complete their degree certificate within 150 percent of their program degree objective All graded coursework are counted including transfer units repeats in progress and withdrawals SAP

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  • Withdrawal Policy
    is calculated on a daily basis using calendar days from the first day of instruction Additionally any State grant funds received may be subject to the same earned and unearned calculation The calculated returned aid funds are credited to outstanding federal loans and grants received by the student in the following required order Federal Direct Unsubsidized Loan Federal Direct Subsidized Loan Federal Perkins Loan Federal PLUS Loan Federal Pell Grant Federal Supplemental Education Opportunity Grant SEOG Federal TEACH Grant Other Title IV assistance for which a return of funds is required State Grant funds State University Grant Cal Grant A or B Fees The student s portion of the calculated amount attributable to a Title IV loan program may be repaid by the student according to the loan s terms The student s portion of unearned aid attributable to a grant will be reduced The student has 45 days to enter into repayment arrangement with CSU Sacramento or with the U S Department of Education Calculation The portion of financial aid to be returned is determined by the percentage of financial aid not earned by the student The percentage of unearned aid is calculated according to the total Number of Calendar Days in the Term Not Completed by the Student divided by Total Number of Calendar Days in the Term During the first 60 of the enrollment period a student earns Title IV funds in direct proportion to the length of time that he or she remains enrolled A student who remains enrolled beyond the 60 point earns 100 of the aid for the period A student who withdraws from the University before the 60 date may be required to return all or a portion of financial aid funds The amount to be returned will be based on the formula

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  • Other Student Categories
    Policies Program Changes Disbursement Policy Repeat Coursework Rights Responsibilities SAP Withdrawal Policy Other Student Categories California Dream Act CCE College of Continuing Ed Summer Financial Aid Veteran Success Center Study Abroad International Exchange Programs FAQs Resources Communications Archive Strategic Goals and Assessment Vice President for Student Affairs Office Contact Us Lassen Hall Lobby 6000 J Street Sacramento CA 95819 6044 Phone 916 278 6554 Fax 916 278 6082 Click to

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