Coastal Carolina University has implemented Federal Law 34 CFR 668.22 for all students receiving Federal Financial Aid starting in fall 2005.
What is Federal Law 34 CFR 668.22?
Federal Law 34 CFR 668.22 mandates that institutions must report the last date of attendance for students who have been awarded federal financial aid. Institutions must determine which students failed to attend at least 60 percent of the term.
What happens if you received federal financial aid and did not meet the 60% rule?
The Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships must recalculate your financial aid. This calculation will determine if you are eligible for the aid you received and appropriate adjustments will be made if required.
What happens if your financial aid is reduced?
Account balances are available on-line 24 hours per day, seven days per week through the Student portal of WebAdvisor. Under Student Accounts-Financial Services menu, select the first option, "Current Account Balance" to review your most current account balance. Any balance as a result of reduced financial aid is due immediately! Your schedule could be cancelled, and a restriction will be put on your account. This means you will not be able to register for classes, view your grades, or request a transcript until this balance is paid in full.
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