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  • Q&A Regarding Public Service Loan Forgiveness | Pace Law School
    Calendar Athletics and Recreation Shuttle Bus Quick Links A Z Index Apply Now Academic Calendar Academic Calendar January Admits Registrar Bursar Shuttle Bus Schedule Campus Map Departmental Directory Give to Pace Law School Web Mail Pace University Search form Search Financial Aid You are here Home Students Financial Aid Services Q A Regarding Public Service Loan Forgiveness College Cost Reduction and Access Act of 2007 On Thursday September 27 President

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  • Standards of Academic Progress | Pace Law School
    LAW STUDENTS who entered Pace Law School Prior to Fall 2001 Cumulative Credits Required Percentage Minimum Cumulative Attempted Passed QPA 1 27 50 2 00 28 54 60 2 00 55 81 65 2 00 82 108 70 2 00 109 135 70 2 00 A student who entered the Law School prior to Fall 2001 who has attempted more than 135 credits no longer qualifies for financial aid LAW STUDENTS who entered Pace Law School between Fall 2001 and Summer 2002 inclusive Cumulative Credits Required Percentage Minimum Cumulative Attempted Passed QPA 1 27 50 2 30 28 54 60 2 30 55 81 65 2 30 82 108 70 2 30 109 135 70 2 30 A student who entered the Law School between Fall 2001 and Summer 2002 inclusive who has attempted more than 135 credits no longer qualifies for financial aid LAW STUDENTS who entered Pace Law School after the Summer of 2002 Cumulative Credits Required Percentage Minimum Cumulative Attempted Passed QPA 1 25 50 2 30 26 50 60 2 30 51 75 65 2 30 76 90 70 2 30 91 126 70 2 30 A student who entered the Law School after the Summer of 2002 who has attempted more than 126 credits no longer qualifies for financial aid 1 The cumulative QPA Quality Point Average is the average of all quality points achieved for all courses taken during all semesters at Pace toward the current degree program 2 The following will be considered to be credits attempted and passed a Credits for courses for which the student received grades of A through D b Credits for courses for which the student received grades of P c Transfer credits accepted toward the current degree program 3 The following will be considered to be credits attempted but not passed a Credits for courses for which the student received grades of F b Credits for courses for which the student received an I F incomplete failure c Credits for courses for which the student received a W withdrew d Credits for courses for which the student received an I incomplete e Credits for courses for which the student received grades of I R if the grade of I R remains for more than one major semester after the semester in which the course was taken f Credits from courses that the student has repeated Credits for courses for which the student received grades of K pending or AUD audit no credit are not considered to be credits attempted or passed Special Note Regarding Repeated Courses All courses taken at Pace are counted as attempted credits even if they have been taken again If a student fails a course and then repeats it in a subsequent semester and receives a passing grade the credits for the first time the course was taken are counted as attempted but not passed and the credits for the second time the course was taken are counted as attempted and passed If

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  • Financial Aid Refund and Repayment Policy | Pace Law School
    perform the Return to Title IV Funds calculation If the student has withdrawn within the first 60 percent of the semester the student is considered to have earned the portion of disbursable Title IV funds equal to the ratio of the number of days the student was enrolled to the number of days in the semester The calculation will require the return of all federal aid that exceeds the earned portion The amount of aid returned to each program is dictated by the federal calculation The Return to Title IV Funds calculation also determines the amount of awarded but not yet disbursed aid if any that can be credited to the student s account Students may not apply for additional federal aid after withdrawing from all classes If a return of funds is required it must be distributed to the various financial aid programs in the following order prescribed by law Federal Unsubsidized Direct Stafford Loan Federal Subsidized Direct Stafford Loan Federal Perkins Loan Federal Direct PLUS Loan for parents or graduate students Federal Pell Grant Academic Competitiveness Grant ACG National SMART Grant SMART SEOG Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant Note that in certain circumstances a student may be required to repay a portion of a refund back to the federal government Federal Financial Aid Recipients Who Withdraw Below Six Credits The procedure varies by program Federal Work Study A student working under the FWS program who drops or withdraws below six credits must stop working immediately because he she no longer meets the federal guidelines for FWS Pell Grant A Pell Grant Award is determined by the student s Effective Family Contribution and enrollment status Pell awards may be adjusted for changes in enrollment that occur during the first 4 weeks of a semester Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant SEOG If a student receives a refund credit or cancellation of any institutional charges and SEOG has been disbursed to the student s account an adjustment may be required as a result of the change in Cost of Attendance If the grant has yet to be disbursed eligibility may change Federal Perkins Loans Direct Stafford Loans and Plus Loans If a student receives a refund credit or cancellation of any institutional charges and a loan has been disbursed to the student s account an adjustment may be required If a loan has yet to be disbursed loan eligibility may change In addition any undisbursed second disbursement of a Direct Stafford Loan or Direct PLUS Loan must be cancelled All Federal Aid Students may not apply for or be awarded additional federal aid after withdrawing below six credits Federal Financial Aid Recipients Who Drop Below the Level of Enrollment for Which the Aid Was Originally Awarded But Who Remain Enrolled for at Least Six Credits The procedure varies by program Pell Grant a Pell Grant Award is determined by the student s Effective Family Contribution and enrollment status Pell awards may be adjusted for changes in enrollment that occur during the

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  • Tax Benefits | Pace Law School
    and Recreation Shuttle Bus Quick Links A Z Index Apply Now Academic Calendar Academic Calendar January Admits Registrar Bursar Shuttle Bus Schedule Campus Map Departmental Directory Give to Pace Law School Web Mail Pace University Search form Search Financial Aid You are here Home Students Financial Aid Services Tax Benefits As a student you may be eligible for certain tax benefits To find out more and to see how your

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  • Financial Aid Calendar | Pace Law School
    Office of Safety and Security Dining Services Campus Store Events Calendar Athletics and Recreation Shuttle Bus Quick Links A Z Index Apply Now Academic Calendar Academic Calendar January Admits Registrar Bursar Shuttle Bus Schedule Campus Map Departmental Directory Give to Pace Law School Web Mail Pace University Search form Search Financial Aid You are here Home Students Financial Aid Services Financial Aid Calendar January 1 Earliest date for filing FAFSA

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  • Financial Aid Staff | Pace Law School
    Registrar Bursar Academic Services Academic Success Information Technology Services Law ITS ID Office Parking Office of Safety and Security Dining Services Campus Store Events Calendar Athletics and Recreation Shuttle Bus Quick Links A Z Index Apply Now Academic Calendar Academic Calendar January Admits Registrar Bursar Shuttle Bus Schedule Campus Map Departmental Directory Give to Pace Law School Web Mail Pace University Search form Search Financial Aid You are here Home

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  • Office of Student Services | Pace Law School
    Give to Pace Law School Web Mail Pace University Search form Search Student Services You are here Home Students Office of Student Services The Office of Student Services headed by Dean for Students Angela M D Agostino is responsible for a broad range of assistance to students throughout the year These services include but are not limited to housing shuttle transportation counseling services Pace s student health insurance campus parking dining services Pace OneCard ID community services student activities student organizations and even general questions about financial aid and student scholarships For technical services such as email wireless access laptop discounts computer labs including network printers scanners and CD drives Lexis and Westlaw SecureExam and TWEN please visit the Law ITS resources page VISIT US IF YOU have a question concern or problem and you are unsure where to go or with whom to speak need to find out about services for students with disabilities and or implementation of services are having personal problems that may be affecting your academic performance need to miss classes or an examination due to an illness or another personal problem have questions about student insurance are a member of a student organization and have

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  • A Welcome Letter from the Dean for Students | Pace Law School
    and Recreation Shuttle Bus Quick Links A Z Index Apply Now Academic Calendar Academic Calendar January Admits Registrar Bursar Shuttle Bus Schedule Campus Map Departmental Directory Give to Pace Law School Web Mail Pace University Search form Search Student Services You are here Home Students Office of Student Services A Welcome Letter from the Dean for Students Dear Students As the Dean for Students I am responsible for ensuring that your non academic needs are met during your time in residence My department supervises and oversees programs and services such as residential life the dining hall financial aid the campus store transportation student organizations disability issues disciplinary and grievance issues and health services and counseling The Pace Community has a tradition of academic excellence The mission statement of the law school embraces the core values of the institution to provide access to education to all populations to promote excellence in teaching to foster research and innovation and to provide service to those in need These goals are achieved in a cooperative and supportive environment As you progress through the program your commitment and your dedication to personal and academic excellence will be tested In choosing law you have chosen a

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