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OBTAINING TITLE IV FUNDING
Federal Financial Aid Programs the Financial Aid Office offers variety of financial programs to help eligible students pay costs of attending school. The money provided through these programs can be in the form of grants, loans, or combination of any of these programs.
Grants are monies given by the United States Government. They do not have to be repaid. Loans are borrowed money. They must be repaid with interest.
Further information concerning financial assistance Programs eligibility and requirements are available at the following website:
The Financial Aid Office is normally available during school hours to counsel students and prospective students. Students needing assistance with information should contact the Financial Aid Office.
Official FAFSA Website: http://www.fafsa.ed.gov/
FAFSA School Codes:
- UCAS (McAllen) – 014588
- UCAS (Harlingen) – 014588
- UCAS (La Joya) – 014588
- UCAS (Jamar) – 030118
- UCAS (Naco-Perrin) – 016468
FEDERAL FINANCIAL AID PROGRAMS
STATE, LOCAL, INSTITUTIONAL AID AVAILABLE
More available aid:
Texas Veterans Commission http://www.tvc.state.tx.us/about/veterans-education-guide
Dislocated Workers Program http://www.twc.state.tx.us/svcs/jtpa/dislocat.html
ENTRANCE/ EXIT LOAN COUNSELING https://www.dl.ed.gov/borrower/CounselingSessions.do?cmd=initializeContext
& Debt Managing Strategies for enrolled and prospective students & parents.
Eligible military spouses are now able to receive up to $6,000 of MyCAA Financial Assistance (FA) that can help them pursue education, training, licenses, certificates and degrees leading to employment in Portable Career fields. Click here to download and review the MyCAA Fact Sheetwhich provides basic information about the MyCAA program and military spouse eligibility. This Fact Sheet also provides points of contact for who can help spouses, schools and participating organizations.
WIA offers unique programs for persons who have lost their jobs in mass layoffs or plant closings, or who have been laid off and are unlikely to return to their jobs. The regular Dislocated Worker program under WIA offers employment and training programs for eligible workers who are unemployed due to no fault of their own or have received official notice of a layoff. This program allows for individualized re-employment services.
INSTITUTION’S FINANCIAL AID Title IV Code of Conduct
TRANSFER OF CREDIT
This institution is a Clock Hour Institution and does not accept Transfer of Credit, nor has established Articulation Agreements with other institutions.
INSTITUTION’S Cost of Attendance July 1 2012
MEDIAN LOAN DEBT UPON GRADUATION
For students graduating between July 1, 2009 to June 30, 2010