aid through scholarships, grants, student employment (FWS), and contributions from individuals and private agencies. TITLE IV FINANCIAL AID PROGRAMS ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS GENERAL PROVISIONS: In general, to be eligible for aid under any program, you must be enrolled as a regular student. A regular student is one who has a high school diploma or high school equivalency. To receive financial aid, students must: 1. Demonstrate financial need, as determine by means of your FAFSA.
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Financial need is the difference between your educational expenses and the amount you or your family can afford to pay. It is determined from the Federal Student Aid Report which is received after the student has completed the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Have a high school diploma or High School Equivalency (HSE) certificate on file with the college. Be a U.S. citizen, a U.S. National, a U.S. permanent resident who has I‐ 151 (Alien Registration Receipt Card), or a foreign student with proper documentation from the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service. These documents will be reviewed and eligibility determined on an individual basis. Have a valid Social Security number. Upon request, submit official transcripts of colleges previously attended. Maintain satisfactory academic progress (SAP**) toward completion of a selected program. Have a Lifetime Eligibility Used (LEU) of less than 600%, which is an equivalent of 6 yrs. See www.nslds.ed.gov for your status. Not be in default on a loan received at JSCC or any other school previously attended. See www.nslds.ed.gov for your status. Not owe an overpayment on a Federal Pell Grant at JSCC or any other school previously attended. 56