Office of Financial Aid
Mission, Philosophy and Statement of Purpose
The Financial Aid Office is to ensure consistent, equitable, and fair distribution of financial aid funds as described by Federal, State and Institutional policies and regulations.
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Satisfactory Academic Program Policy
Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP): The Higher Education Amendment Act of 1965, as amended, mandates institutions of higher education to establish a minimum standard of Satisfactory Academic Progress “(SAP)” for students receiving federal financial aid. Miles College makes its standard applicable to all federal, state and some institutional funds.
Statement of Expenses
College expenses consist of basic charges, special charges, other required fees and deposits, charges for books and materials, and personal expenses. The cost to students for basic and special charges, required fees, and deposits are outlined in this section.
Administering Federal Title IV Aid
The financial aid policies and procedures manual has been developed to serve as a guide for the staff. With continuously changing in Title IV financial regulations, Miles College must keep the administrating of Title IV programs in compliance with the federal regulations and keep the financial aid policy and procedures manual up to date.
Withdrawals and Return of Title IV Funds Policy
Students who withdraw from all classes in a semester may be required to return some or all of the financial aid paid to their account. Per federal regulations, the Office of Financial Aid will perform a Return of Title IV funds calculation.
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) afford students certain rights with respect to their education records.