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Financial Aid Policies

Satisfactory Academic Progress

All students receiving financial aid from federal and state sources must be making satisfactory academic progress (SAP) at Mid Michigan College. Students shall be monitored for satisfactory academic progress at the end of each semester of enrollment (Fall, Winter, and Spring).

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Return of Title IV Funds

Students that withdraw from all classes prior to completing more than 60% of a semester will have their eligibility for aid recalculated based on the percent of the semester completed. For example, a student who withdraws and completes 30% of the semester will have “earned” only 30% of any Title IV aid they are entitled to. The school and/or the student must return the remaining 70%. Students considering withdrawal from all classes PRIOR to completing 60% of the semester are strongly encouraged to contact the Financial Aid Office to determine how withdrawal will affect current and future financial aid.

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Repeated Coursework

A student may receive federal financial aid for only one retake of any previously passed course or its equivalency. A second retake of a previously passed course is not eligible to count toward enrollment status for federal aid and therefore federal aid may not be paid for that course.

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Loan Code of Conduct

Mid Michigan College recognizes that ensuring the integrity of the student financial aid process is critical to providing fair and affordable access to higher education in Michigan. Therefore, these GUIDELINES are designed to avoid any potential for a conflict of interest between Mid Michigan Community College and students or their parents in the student financial aid process.

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Family Educational Rights & Privacy Act (FERPA)

The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) of 1974 is designed to protect the privacy of educational records, to establish the rights of students to inspect and view the educational records and to provide guidelines for the correction of inaccurate or misleading data through informal and formal hearings.

In accordance with FERPA, the college may not discuss a student’s academic and/or financial information with any person but the student (or other Mid personnel) without a presentation of a subpoena. To authorize Mid to discuss the designated information with a student’s designee (parent, relative, guardian, etc.), the student must complete an Authorization to Disclosure Information Form in person at the Registration Office at either campus. You can find more information regarding FERPA at:

www.midmich.edu/student-resources/enrollment/records/ferpa

 
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