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  • Apply for a Loan | California State University Stanislaus
    gov This is the legal document for your loans and is required before your loan s can be processed If you are a FIRST time borrower of the Direct Loan Program you must complete the Direct Loan Entrance Counseling You may complete entrance counseling online at www studentloans gov For steps to completing Entrance Counseling and the Master Promissory Note please refer to Direct Loan Sheet To receive a loan you must be ENROLLED not waitlisted at least half time at Stanislaus State To keep your loan you must STAY enrolled in half time status each semester Half time for undergraduates credential students students working on a 2 nd baccalaureate degree and post baccalaureate unclassified students is defined as 6 units Half time for graduate professional and doctorate students is 4 units Parent Borrowers To apply for a Federal Direct PLUS Loan at Stanislaus State the student must complete a FAFSA and submit parental information The following steps must be completed by the parent The parent must complete the 2015 2016 Parent PLUS Loan Request Form and submit it to the Financial Aid Scholarship Office The parent must electronically complete and sign a Master Promissory Note MPN To electronically complete the MPN visit the Direct Loan website www studentloans gov This is a legal document for the loan and is required before the loan can be processed Direct Loan Repayment The Federal Direct Loan Program provides you with delayed repayment while you are in school and flexible repayment options for when you enter into repayment After you graduate leave school or drop below half time enrollment your loans enter into repayment At the time of entering repayment you must complete Loan Exit Counseling which informs you of your rights responsibilities and terms of your repayment of you loan You can

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  • Consumer Information Disclosures | California State University Stanislaus
    can be resolved by reviewing the processes for certain actions See CSU Stanislaus SAP Appeal Process See CSU Stanislaus Refund Appeal process See CSU Stanislaus Statement of Student Rights and Responsibilities If you experience a problem or have a concern or complaint you may inform any staff member and expect prompt assistance CSU Stanislaus desires to resolve student grievances complaints and concerns in an efficient fair and amicable manner Complaints regarding any aspect of CSU Stanislaus operations will receive prompt attention when filed directly with CSU Stanislaus authorities Confidentiality of Student Records and Health Records Student Records Enrollment Services Phone 209 667 3177 Fax 209 664 7091 Website Health Records Student Health Center Phone 209 667 3396 Website Cost of Attendance Office of Financial Aid Phone 209 667 3336 FAX 209 664 7064 Email Financial aid csustan edu Website Study Abroad Credits Earned Study Abroad Phone 209 667 3117 Email Study Abroad csustan edu Website Determination of Financial Need Office of Financial Aid Phone 209 667 3336 FAX 209 664 7064 E Mail Financial aid csustan edu Website Disbursement of Financial Aid Office of Financial Aid Phone 209 667 3336 FAX 209 664 7064 E Mail Financial aid csustan edu Website Drug Alcohol Programs Psychological Counseling Services Phone 209 667 3381 Website Eligibility for Financial Aid Office of Financial Aid Phone 209 667 3336 FAX 209 664 7064 E Mail Financial aid csustan edu Website Emergency Response Evacuation Website Employment Information on Federal Work Study Office of Financial Aid Phone 209 667 3336 FAX 209 664 7064 E Mail Financial aid csustan edu Website Enrollment Statistics Office of Institutional Research Phone 209 667 3281 Email ir csustan edu Website Facilities Facilities Services Phone 209 667 3211 Email Facilities Services csustan edu Website Facilities and Services for Students with Disabilities Disability Resource Services Phone 209 667 3159 Website Family Educational Rights Privacy Act FERPA Please refer to the following website Financial Aid Programs Office of Financial Aid Phone 209 667 3336 FAX 209 664 7064 E Mail Financial aid csustan edu Website Gainful Employment Gerontology Tesol Ineligibility Due to Drug Conviction Website Loans Office of Financial Aid Phone 209 667 3336 FAX 209 664 7064 E Mail Financial aid csustan edu Website National Student Loan Data System NSLDS Website Net Price Calculator Website Penalties for Drug Violations Peer to Peer file sharing Unauthorized Distribution of Copyrighted Materials Website Public Safety Website Public Service Loan Forgiveness Website Refund Policies Cashier Payment Information Phone 209 667 3063 E Mail sarc csustan edu Website Retention Degree Graduation Reports Office of Institutional Research Phone 209 667 3281 Email ir csustan edu Website Return of Financial Aid Funds Office of Financial Aid Phone 209 667 3336 FAX 209 664 7064 E Mail Financial aid csustan edu Website Rights and Responsibilites Office of Judicial Affairs Phone 209 667 3177 Website Satisfactory Academic Progress Office of Financial Aid Phone 209 667 3336 FAX 209 664 7064 E Mail Financial aid csustan edu Website School Program Accreditation Website Security

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  • Dates & Deadlines | California State University Stanislaus
    Fund for Regional Partnership Development Speak Proudly Stan State Fund University Colleges Athletics Plan Your Gift Philanthropic Partners Ways To Give Contact Us A Z Directory Maps Library Stockton Center MyCSUSTAN Students Parents Faculty Staff Alumni Donors Community About Academics Admissions Athletics Campus Life Giving You are here Home Financial Aid Scholarship Dates Deadlines Dates Deadlines Deadline Dates FASFA Deadline March 2 2016 2016 17 priority deadline Cal Grant GPA deadline March 2 2016 2016 17 deadline California Dream Act March 2 2016 2016 17 deadline Scholarship Deadline March 2 2016 Financial Aid Workshops Summer Dates Summer Applications Summer Classes begin TBA Printer friendly version Financial Aid Scholarship Cost of Attendance Applications Forms Summer 2015 Scholarship Information Work Study Employment Apply for Financial Aid Apply for Dream Act Apply for a Loan Consumer Information Disclosures Dates Deadlines Financial Aid Programs TEACH Grant Accepting Your Award Receiving Your Funds Satisfactory Academic Progress Financial Aid Resources Financial Literacy Contact Information Tuition Fees Costs WebGrants 4 Students WGS is your portal for Cal Grant Chafee and Middle Class Scholarship awards The California Student Aid Commission contacts students via email so it is critical that you keep this information current on your WGS account

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  • Financial Aid Programs | California State University Stanislaus
    available funds Students must also be a part of the Educational Opportunity Program Students must be in at least 6 units in order to receive the grant Students who are receiving a fee waiver or other sources to help assist with paying tuition fees will not be eligible for the EOP The Educational Opportunity Program Grant is not applicable for students enrolled in an external Degree program Will I have to pay it back No This award does not have to be repaid Middle Class Scholarship MCS What is it Middle Class Scholarship MCS is administered by the California Student Aid Commission CSAC to eligible students Enacted by the Legislature in 2013 the Middle Class Scholarship makes college more affordable for California s middle class families who are mostly not being served by other programs What are the qualifications for MCS The annual household income amount cannot exceed 150 000 The annual asset amount cannot exceed 150 000 Must be a U S citizen eligible non citizen or meets AB540 eligibility If required must be registered with Selective Service You are not in default on any student loan Complete Free Application for Federal Student Aid FAFSA or the California Dream Act application Maintains satisfactory academic progress in the manner that is consistent with the Cal Grant Program Students who are receiving a fee waiver such as a Cal Vet fee waiver or other sources to help assist with paying tuition fees will not be eligible for the MCS The Middle Class Scholarship is not applicable for students enrolled in an external Degree program For more information go to CSAC s MCS information website Federal Work Study Program FWS What is it Employment during the academic year Jobs are located on or off campus Wages are at or above the federal minimum Students are encouraged to earn their wages monthly throughout the academic year Students that have a FAFSA filing date of March 2nd express interest in the FWS program on their FAFSA and have a need of 4000 are eligible for funding Funds are limited Students must be at least half time in order to receive FWS Will I have to pay it back No Students under this program earn the Federal Work Study award by working The total amount you may earn depends on the amount of your work study offer and the number of hours you work per week 20 hours maximum Federal Direct Loan Program What is it These are low interest variable rate capped at 6 80 loans made by participating lenders to undergraduate or graduate students who are enrolled at least half time Annual limits range from 3 500 to 20 500 Will I have to pay it back Yes Repayment of both principal and interest will begin after ceasing enrollment drop below half time enrollment or graduate The monthly repayment will start at a minimum of 50 per month What are the different types of student loans Subsidized For students with demonstrated financial need as determined by federal regulations No interest is charged while a student is in school at least half time during the grace period and during deferment periods Unsubsidized Not based on financial need interest is charged during all periods even during the time a student is in school and during grace and deferment periods How do I apply for a Direct Loan at Stanislaus State To apply for Federal Direct Loans you must Receive a Financial Aid Award email notification Accept your loan on your MyCSUSTAN account If you are a first time borrower complete the mandatory Entrance Loan Counseling requirement and complete a Master Promissory Note MPN You must be enrolled in coursework at least halftime wait listed courses do not count For additional information on Direct Loans please visit Apply for a Loan Federal Parent Loan for Undergraduate Students PLUS What is it This is a low interest loan available to the parents of dependent students PLUS eligibility is not based on need A parent with good credit history may borrow the entire cost of attendance minus any other financial aid These loans are made by participating banks savings and loans credit unions etc Will I have to pay it back The parent borrower is responsible for payment of this loan Repayment of principal and interest begins approximately sixty days after receipt of the loan How does a parent apply for the parent loan at Stanislaus State To obtain a PLUS The student must file the FAFSA be admitted to the University receive a Financial Aid Award notification and enroll at least halftime The parent applicant must complete a Parent PLUS Loan Request Form and complete a Master Promissory Note MPN For more information on the Parent loan please visit Apply for a Loan Federal Perkins Loan What is it A low interest 5 loan for undergraduate or graduate students who must demonstrate exceptional financial need Stanislaus State is the lender Depending on your financial need the availability of funds and the amount of other aid you receive you may borrow up to 4 000 per undergraduate or 6 000 per graduate school year Will I have to pay it back Yes Repayment of principal and interest begins 9 months after a person graduates cease enrollemnt or drops below half time status How do I receive a Perkins Loan at Stanislaus State Accept your loan on your MyCSUSTAN account Sign your master promissory note on your MyCSUSTAN account Other Types of Financial Aid Cal Grants TCP Teacher Credential Program Cal Grant TCP is for students who were Cal Grant A or B recipients as undergraduates and plan to enroll in a Teaching Credential Program Eligible students are required to have a Bachelors Degree file a FAFSA for the academic year for which they plan to receive benefits and complete a Request for Cal Grant TCP Benefits form G 44 Eligible recipients should apply for TCP benefits after receiving their bachelors degree and after being formally admitted to the

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  • TEACH Grant | California State University Stanislaus
    educational service agency ESA that serves low income students low income school or ESA These schools and ESAs are listed in the Department s Annual Directory of Designated Low Income Schools for Teacher Cancellation Benefits Low Income School Directory Any elementary or secondary school operated by the U S Department of the Interior s Bureau of Indian Education BIE or operated on an Indian reservation by an Indian tribal group under contract or grant with the BIE also qualifies as a low income school A list of these schools is available in the BIE Directory at http www bie edu Schools index htm If the school or ESA where you teach qualifies as a low income school ESA for all or part of one of your required four years of teaching but does not qualify as a low income school ESA during subsequent school years your subsequent years of teaching will still count for purposes of satisfying your TEACH Grant service obligation An educational service agency is a regional public multiservice agency not a private organization that is authorized by state law to develop manage and provide services or programs to local education agencies such as public school districts To search the Department s Low Income School Directory please visit Teacher Cancellation Low Income Directory What are TEACH Grant High Need Fields More than half of the classes you teach during each school year must be in a high need field For purposes of the TEACH Grant program high need fields are Mathematics Science Foreign language Bilingual education English language acquisition Special education Multiple subject self contained class Reading specialist or Any other field that has been identified as high need by the federal government a state government or a local education agency and that is included in the Department s annual Teacher Shortage Area Nationwide Listing Nationwide Listing If you are planning to teach in a high need field that is included in the Nationwide Listing that field must be listed for the state where you teach either At the time you begin your qualifying teaching service in that field after you have completed or otherwise ceased to be enrolled in the program for which you received the TEACH Grant even if the field later loses its high need designation for the state where you are teaching or During any award year in which you receive a TEACH Grant even if that field is no longer designated as high need when you begin teaching To search the Nationwide Listing please visit Teacher Shortage Areas Note The Nationwide Listing includes both subject areas and geographic shortage areas To qualify based on teaching in a high need field that is included in the Nationwide Listing you must teach in a listed subject shortage area not a geographic shortage area After School When you complete or otherwise leave your TEACH eligible program of study you need to Teach full time as a highly qualified teacher in a high need field at an

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  • Accepting your Award | California State University Stanislaus
    used to reimburse the financial aid programs used to pay the tuition fee Students who cease their attendance after receipt of financial aid funds but do not officially withdraw from the term may be required to repay all or part of the funds received As a student consumer and financial aid recipient you have definite rights and responsibilities YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO Know which financial aid programs are available to you Know the deadline for submitting application materials Know how your eligibility is determined Know how recipients are selected from the group of eligible applicants Know how and when awards are disbursed Know which portions of your award must be repaid and the terms of repayment before you accept or receive any funds Challenge or appeal your award or any decision pertaining to your award Receive a notification or explanation of any reduction cancellation or withdrawal or your award YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR Completing application materials on time each year Providing correct and accurate information Read and understand all forms and keep your own copy Promptly reporting in writing the receipt of tuition fee assistance from other sources Vocational Rehabilitation Veterans Administration employers etc or receipt of financial aid from another college or university while you are enrolled on this campus Paying tuition fee and or campus housing costs from other resources if your award is reduced withdrawn or cancelled Formally declining your financial aid award and withdrawing your registration if you decide not to attend Stanislaus State Completing entrance exit interview counseling if you receive a Federal Perkins Loan or Federal Student Loans Notifying the lender promptly if you received a student loan of any changes of address schools attended graduation date or other factors that affect the status of your loan Acceptance of your Award By accepting my financial aid award I have indicated my acceptance or rejection of financial aid funds and I have read and accept the conditions which apply to this award I affirm that I will use any funds I receive under all Federal State and University financial aid programs solely for expenses related to attendance at California State University Stanislaus I understand that I am responsible for repaying any funds that I receive which cannot reasonably be attributed to meeting my educational expenses at California State University Stanislaus I further understand that the amount of any repayment is based on the regulations published by the Secretary of Education I also affirm that I do not owe a refund on a Pell Grant or a Supplemental Grant nor am I in default on a Perkins Loan Federally Insured Guaranteed Stafford SLS or PLUS previously received at this or any other post secondary institution and have nor borrowed in excess of the loan limits under the Title IV programs at any institution I understand that this award is contingent upon final approval and receipt of funds from Federal and State agencies and it is valid only if I am enrolled as a student at

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  • Receiving Your Funds | California State University Stanislaus
    State is concerned about keeping your personal data private and confidential Therefore your social security number has been eliminated as a primary identifier for your student records Stanislaus State will now use your new Student Identification Number for campus identification purposes rather than your social security number However your social security number may still be required on certain forms and applications such as in Admissions Financial Aid or for other federal or state agencies to verify student identity determine eligibility or obtain record data Please Remember It is YOUR responsibility to avoid potential problems associated with inaccurate addresses It is critical that you immediately update your address with Enrollment Services any time you move and that you give accurate forwarding instructions to the U S Post Office each time you move The amount shown on your disbursement schedule represents the total financial aid paid to you Actual pay amounts may reflect the deduction of outstanding financial obligations of fees housing short term loans etc Your eligibility and award are based in part on the housing status and enrollment status shown on your award letter The housing types are Living with parent living on campus living off campus and living with relatives The enrollment levels are Full time 3 4 time 1 2 time less than 1 2 time and not enrolled Your eligibility for the financial aid funds provide to you is based in part on your enrollment level at the time the check is produced If you reduce your enrollment or cease your attendance you are not eligible for those funds In those cases you MUST immediately repay the funds to the Cashier s Office in the Mary Stuart Rogers Educational Services Gateway Building contact information When you accept payment of aid you accept responsibility for all requirements of the program including repayment obligations and satisfactory academic progress Level Fall Spring Units Undergraduate Credential 2nd BA PBU Full time 12 or more 3 4 time 9 11 1 2 time 6 8 Less than 1 2 time 1 5 Graduate Full time 8 or more 3 4 time 6 7 1 2 time 4 5 Less than 1 2 time 1 3 Promptly report in writing the receipt of tuition fee assistance from other sources Vocational Rehabilitation Veterans Affairs employers etc or receipt of financial aid from another college or university while you are enrolled on this campus Award amounts on initial award letters are generally based on full time enrollment during the periods shown If you attend less than full time during either semester your payment amounts may be prorated accordingly Also applies to the credential candidate students seeking second Bachelors Degrees and unclassified graduates Delay of Funds You must ensure that all requirements are completed with the Financial Aid Scholarship Office in order for you funds to be release Examples of reasons why your financial aid funds may not be disbursed Outstanding item on your To Do List on your MyCSUStan account Awards NOT accepted your MyCSUStan

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  • Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) | California State University Stanislaus
    any term are not meeting reasonable academic progress standards and may be disqualified from receiving aid the following term Aid received in the previous term may be subject to repayment Academic progress can be reevaluated at any time throughout the year as identified by a member of the Financial Aid and Scholarship Office staff Reinstatement of Eligibility A student disqualified from financial aid due to unsatisfactory academic progress may be reinstated after re establishing satisfactory academic progress It will be the student s responsibility to present documentation of completed units to the Financial Aid and Scholarship Office with a written request for reinstatement Any award of financial aid following reinstatement will be subject to the availability of funds No funds will be reserved for disqualified students Warning Status Pace of Progression The first term that a student fails to meet the pace of progression standards they will be placed in the warning status Students with a warning status will be able to receive financial aid Students must meet SAP standards by the end of that term in order to continue receiving financial aid Students that do not meet SAP standards by the end of the term may file an SAP appeal for the following term Acceptable GPA Students that are place on academic probation will be placed on a warning status Students with a warning status will be able to receive financial aid Students must meet SAP standards by the end of that term in order to continue receiving financial aid Students that are placed on academic probation for a second consecutive term will fail Satisfactory Academic Progress standards and will need to appeal their status Max Units Undergraduate students that have attempted over 150 units but have not yet met their 180 unit limit will be placed on a warning status Undergraduate students that have completed 130 units and less than 150 units will be placed on a warning status Students with a warning status will be able to receive financial aid Pre Nursing Students and Undeclared Majors Max Units Undergraduate students that are pre nursing or undeclared will be in a warning status between 60 and 69 9 units If a pre nursing student or undeclared major student hits 70 units they will fail SAP and must be admitted into the nursing program or declare a major before an SAP Appeal is reviewed At advisor discretion if student is meeting all other SAP requirements the student doesn t need to appeal They can just declare a major and it must reflect in PS Once this happens they can be funded Students that declare a major must take courses in that major in order to be funded SAP Appeals Students who are disqualified due to unsatisfactory academic progress or exhaustion of maximum unit eligibility will be notified in writing by email of their disqualification Exceptions may be requested on a case by case basis when a student feels there are mitigating circumstances beyond his her control which warrant special

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