Montserrat College of Art strives to help meet the financial needs of its students by extending both need-based and merit-based financial aid to all students who qualify. Nearly 100 percent of our students receive some form of financial assistance (grants, loans, and/or student employment). Sources include the federal government, state government, the college, and corporate and civic sponsors.

Merit-based awards are given upon admission to Montserrat. Most other forms of financial aid are awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need, which is defined as the difference between the cost of education and the expected family contribution. The cost of education includes tuition, fees, books, supplies, room and board, personal expenses, and transportation for the nine-month academic year. The federal government’s need analysis formula is used to determine a family’s ability to contribute to college costs.

Our preferred filing date for the FAFSA is March 1st, though we continue to review candidates for aid well after this date.

We recommend you and/or your parents collect all financial documents and complete your federal income tax returns in January or February. All questions on the FAFSA relate line by line to the federal tax return. Students and/or parents are encouraged to use the IRS data upload tool option on the FAFSA to avoid any errors.

Remember, the earlier you apply, the greater your chances of receiving assistance. If you cannot complete your tax returns early, complete the FAFSA using estimated tax figures. Please keep in mind that if an estimate is used it is more likely that tax transcripts as well as other documentation will need to be collected by the Office of Student Financial Services.

Applications received after March 1st will be reviewed on a funds-available basis. For those who complete the FAFSA before the preferred filing date, award letters will be mailed at the beginning of March.

    • Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) after January 1 for the following academic year. Montserrat’s FAFSA code number is 013774. Applications filed by March 1 receive priority consideration.
    • Respond to requests from the government or the Office of Student Financial Services for additional information.
Merit-Based Scholarships
Montserrat offers a number of institutionally funded, merit-based scholarships for students. All applicants who complete requirements for admission by preferred deadlines are eligible to be considered for one of Montserrat’s merit-based scholarship opportunities. These scholarships are based on the applicant’s portfolio and academic achievement. Please contact the Office of Admissions for more information.

Merit-based scholarships are renewable each year, pending eligibility, for the length of the BFA. Scholarship recipients must maintain satisfactory progress in accordance with the standards of the college.

Students who are awarded institutional financial aid (merit-based scholarships) must be full-time students, carrying a minimum of 12 credits, to receive the full award commitment from the college. Students who are awarded merit-based scholarships, but are carrying less than 12 credits, will have their institutional award prorated by their level of participation. For each credit dropped the award decreases by 16.66 percent. Students must carry a minimum of 6 credits to qualify for institutional financial aid.

In addition to Montserrat’s merit-based scholarships, there are a number of institutional, state and federal agencies that provide loans and other financial assistance. Please see the links below for more information on specific loans or grants.

Montserrat Grant: Montserrat College of Art’s grant aid is funded by the college and provides assistance to needy students. Annual awards range from $1,000 to $4,000. This grant is based primarily on financial need. Students who are awarded institutional financial aid (Montserrat Grant) must be full-time students, carrying a minimum of 12 credits, to receive the full award commitment from the college.

Students who are awarded institutional financial aid (Montserrat Grant), but are carrying less than 12 credits, will have their institutional award prorated by their level of participation. For each credit dropped the award decreases by 16.66 percent. Students must carry a minimum of 6 credits to qualify for institutional financial aid.

Federal Pell Grant: Students with high financial need may be eligible to receive Federal Pell Grants, the most popular federal grant given primarily to low-income undergraduate students.

Pell Grants, like all grants, do not have to be repaid and eligibility is based on a number of criteria related to your level of unmet need. Your eligibility can only be determined after you have completed the FAFSA.

Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (FSEOG): The FSEOG is a federal grant awarded through the college. Priority is given to federal Pell Grant recipients and is awarded on a first come, first served basis. The typical award is $500.

Mass Grant: Application for this award is made through the FAFSA. Eligible Massachusetts residents attending Montserrat can receive an award ranging from $150-$1600 based on financial need. Students can receive this award for a maximum of eight semesters.

Gilbert Grant: This state program is awarded to Massachusetts residents with extremely high need. Priority is given to students who have a 3.0 cumulative GPA.

Federal Work Study: Federal Work-Study is a program that provides eligible students with part-time jobs at the college. Wages are paid biweekly to the student. Students who are interested in a work study position should contact the Human Resource Office during the first week of attendance.

Direct Subsidized Stafford Loan: Freshmen may borrow up to $3,500 sophomores up to $4,500, and the annual loan limit for juniors and seniors is $5,500. While a student is enrolled at least half-time, the federal government pays the interest. Repayment begins six months after the borrower graduates, leaves school, or drops below half-time status.

Direct Unsubsidized Stafford Loan: All students who complete a FAFSA and are eligible are awarded $2000. Students whose parents are denied a PLUS Loan are awarded an additional $4000. Interest does accumulate while the student is in school.

Direct PLUS Loan: The Federal PLUS Loan is a parent loan program. Parents may borrow up to the cost of education less any financial aid awarded. A credit check is required of all PLUS applicants. In most cases, PLUS borrowers must begin repayment immediately after funds are disbursed. Parents who are interested can request in school deferment through Direct Lending.

Frequently Used Lender List: We recommend these lenders based on the quality of products and services they provide to students and families. We have carefully considered our selections in order to provide you with the best possible list of suggested lenders. However, if you wish to use another lender that is not on this list, you have the right to do so.

For more information or to apply for a student alternative loan please click here.

Please be aware that the Financial Aid Office at Montserrat College of Art is not able to advise students on what loan to apply for. It is the responsibility of the student to research the loans and decide on what option will work best for the student.

FULL-TIME STUDENTS (12–18 credits per semester)
CostsPer SemesterPer Year
Tuition *$14,125$28,250
General Fee **$650$1,300
Health Insurance

Required by MA law unless otherwise insured for domestic students.
Required without exception for international students.

$1,639
PART-TIME STUDENTS (0–11 credits per semester)
CostsPer CreditPer Year
Tuition *$1,180
General Fee **$50
Health Insurance

Required for students enrolled in 9 or more credits.
Required by MA law unless otherwise insured for domestic students.
Required without exception for international students.

$1,639

HousingPer SemesterPer Year
Double Room (as a double)$4,300$8,600
Double Room (as a single)$5,710$11,420
Single Room$5,600$11,200
Triple Room$3,675$7,350

Additional Fees & DepositsOne Time Charges
Orientation Fee

New Students Only

$150
Graduation Fee

Graduating Seniors

$100
Art Supply Starter Kit

New Students Only

$850
Housing Damage Deposit (refundable) ***

Refunded upon graduation or withdrawal from the college

$300
Tuition Deposit +

Required for all newly admitted students

$250
Housing Deposit +

Not refundable or transferable

$275
Application Fee

Due to Admissions when you apply

$50
Transcript Fee

Per copy of transcript requested

$4
Late Fee

Per semester that payment is received after the due date

$125

The tuition costs for full-time students applies to those enrolling for 12 to 18 credits (four to six courses) for the semester. Students enrolling for nine or fewer credits (three or fewer courses) are considered part-time students and pay tuition based on the number of credits elected. For students enrolled in more than 18 credit hours will be charged per credit hour and added to the full time charge.

* Tuition per credit hour: $1,180
** General fee per credit hour: $50
*** Not to be confused with the $275 non-refundable housing deposit for incoming freshman and transfers
+ All tuition deposits for newly admitted students for fall semester, are non-refundable after May 1 and are deducted from the final bill. Housing deposits are always nonrefundable and non-transferable.


UNDERSTANDING YOUR CHARGES

General Fee: The general fee includes non-academic costs for direct services such as registration, communication and network services, student activities, as well as student health and wellness services. Occasionally, courses may require additional fees to cover special materials that students use in class. If special fees are to be assessed, they will be listed in the course syllabus. Courses in graphic design, computer design, photography, printmaking, and sculpture might fall into this category.

Housing Fees: A housing deposit fee is required to secure placement in college housing, and a security deposit charge is assessed during the first semester of occupancy. The housing deposit is non-refundable. College housing fees are paid by semester and are included on the semester tuition bill. The housing fee covers the semester rental and all utilities.

Health Insurance: Massachusetts state law requires that all students enrolled for nine credits or more be covered by a medical insurance plan. For students who do not have medical insurance coverage, Montserrat provides a plan for basic health and accident coverage. This health insurance fee is automatically added to the first semester’s tuition bill. If covered by a comparable or better health insurance plan, the student may deduct the health insurance amount from the tuition bill and submit a completed health plan insurance waiver along with the initial tuition payment.
*Amount subject to change

Orientation Fee: All new incoming students are required to pay an orientation fee that helps support orientation activities.

Art Supply Starter Kit: As a service to all new students, Montserrat prepares a comprehensive package of recommended art materials and books. This art supply starter kit includes more than 100 items and provides most of the basic materials needed for the foundation year. Because we purchase these supplies in quantity, we are able to provide these materials at approximately 20 percent less than retail.

The college reserves the right to adjust costs and fees it deems necessary without prior notice.

Net Price Calculator

FULL-TIME STUDENTS (12–18 credits per semester)
CostsPer SemesterPer Year
Tuition *$14,750$29,500
General Fee **$650$1,300
Health Insurance

Required by MA law unless otherwise insured for domestic students.
Required without exception for international students.

$1,799
PART-TIME STUDENTS (0–11 credits per semester)
CostsPer CreditPer Year
Tuition *$1,230
General Fee **$50
Health Insurance

Required for students enrolled in 9 or more credits.
Required by MA law unless otherwise insured for domestic students.
Required without exception for international students.

$1,799

HousingPer SemesterPer Year
Double Room (as a double)$4,625$9,250
Double Room (as a single)$6,165$12,330
Single Room$6,025$12,050
Triple Room$3,965$7,930

Additional Fees & DepositsOne Time Charges
Orientation Fee

New Students Only

$150
Graduation Fee

Graduating Seniors

$100
Art Supply Starter Kit

New Students Only

$850
Housing Damage Deposit (refundable) ***

Refunded upon graduation or withdrawal from the college

$300
Tuition Deposit +

Required for all newly admitted students

$250
Housing Deposit +

Not refundable or transferable

$275
Application Fee

Due to Admissions when you apply

$50
Transcript Fee

Per copy of transcript requested

$4
Late Fee

Per semester that payment is received after the due date

$125

The tuition costs for full-time students applies to those enrolling for 12 to 18 credits (four to six courses) for the semester. Students enrolling for nine or fewer credits (three or fewer courses) are considered part-time students and pay tuition based on the number of credits elected. For students enrolled in more than 18 credit hours will be charged per credit hour and added to the full time charge.

* Tuition per credit hour: $1,230
** General fee per credit hour: $50
*** Not to be confused with the $275 non-refundable housing deposit for incoming freshman and transfers
+ All tuition deposits for newly admitted students for fall semester, are non-refundable after May 1 and are deducted from the final bill. Housing deposits are always nonrefundable and non-transferable.


UNDERSTANDING YOUR CHARGES

General Fee: The general fee includes non-academic costs for direct services such as registration, communication and network services, student activities, as well as student health and wellness services. Occasionally, courses may require additional fees to cover special materials that students use in class. If special fees are to be assessed, they will be listed in the course syllabus. Courses in graphic design, computer design, photography, printmaking, and sculpture might fall into this category.

Housing Fees: A housing deposit fee is required to secure placement in college housing, and a security deposit charge is assessed during the first semester of occupancy. The housing deposit is non-refundable. College housing fees are paid by semester and are included on the semester tuition bill. The housing fee covers the semester rental and all utilities.

Health Insurance: Massachusetts state law requires that all students enrolled for nine credits or more be covered by a medical insurance plan. For students who do not have medical insurance coverage, Montserrat provides a plan for basic health and accident coverage. This health insurance fee is automatically added to the first semester’s tuition bill. If covered by a comparable or better health insurance plan, the student may deduct the health insurance amount from the tuition bill and submit a completed health plan insurance waiver along with the initial tuition payment.
*Amount subject to change

Orientation Fee: All new incoming students are required to pay an orientation fee that helps support orientation activities.

Art Supply Starter Kit: As a service to all new students, Montserrat prepares a comprehensive package of recommended art materials and books. This art supply starter kit includes more than 100 items and provides most of the basic materials needed for the foundation year. Because we purchase these supplies in quantity, we are able to provide these materials at approximately 20 percent less than retail.

The college reserves the right to adjust costs and fees it deems necessary without prior notice.

Net Price Calculator

Deadline: Payment in full, or a formal plan to meet a balance, is due on or before July 15.
Student accounts are subject to a late fee when payments are not received and processed by the July 15 due date.

Balance Due: The difference between the charges listed on your bill and the amount of verified aid, is the balance due the college. Because students will not be permitted to move in to their residence hall or attend classes if a balance remains on their account, it is important to plan in advance and to have your plan approved by the Office of Student Financial Services.

Payments: Payments may be made the following ways:

        • Check or Money Order: made payable to Montserrat College of Art. Please include the Student ID Number on the check. This is the 9-digit number on your bill that begins with “6600…”
        • Wire Transfer: Montserrat College of Art can accept your payment by wire if that is a convenient payment option for you. If you would like to take advantage of this payment method, please contact the Office of Student Financial Services at 978.921.4242 x1174 during regular business hours.
        • Credit Card: Pay with a Credit Card via PayPal using the links on the right side of this page.

Refunds: If your financial planning relies on the issuance of a refund to pay for day-to-day expenses such as food, rent, and supplies, please note that refunds will not be issued until mid-October. It is important that your plan includes financial resources to bridge the gap between the start of the semester and the refund period.

Changes to your Account: Throughout the semester, it is possible that you may make changes to your course schedule or housing situation that will create a change to your account. In these cases, a new statement will be issued to reflect these changes.

TUITION REFUND POLICY
If the Withdrawal Occurs During:

First Two Weeks:
Up to 7 days after add/drop
80%

Third Week:
Up to 14 days after add/drop
60%

Fourth Week:

Up to 21 days after add/drop
40%

Fifth Week:

Up to 28 days after add/ drop
20%

Balance of Semester
0%

HOUSING REFUND POLICY
If the Withdrawal Occurs During:

First Two Weeks:

Up to 7 days after add/drop
50%

Third Week:

Up to 14 days after add/drop
25%

Fourth Week:
Up to 21 days after add/drop
0%

DEPOSIT REFUNDS
Tuition Deposit:
Fall: refundable and transferable on or before May 1st
Spring: refundable and transferable on or before January 1st
Housing Deposit: non-refundable

Credit Balance Refunds:
Credit balance refunds are generated when a student’s financial aid package exceeds their institutional charges. Credit balance refunds are typically available to students 14 days after the complete disbursement of their financial aid. This generally occurs mid-October for the fall semester and mid-February for the spring semester.

Financial Aid Award Guide (PDF): This guide will provide you with additional information regarding your financial aid package.

Billing Contract (PDF): This form serves as a debt acknowledgement, FERPA release for your billing information and a credit balance acknowledgement.

Declination of Aid Form: This form can be used to decline or reduce a portion or all of your 2016–2017 academic year award package.

Complete the following forms only if requested by the SFS office:

Dependent Verification Worksheet (PDF): This form is required for all dependent students selected for verification to finalize their aid package.

Independent Verification Worksheet (PDF): This form is required for all independent students selected for verification to finalize their aid package.

Parent Credit Check Consent Form (PDF): This form can be used in lieu of a Federal Parent PLUS loan application, in the event the parent cannot complete the application online at studentloans.gov.

The following policies apply to all students. They are of particular importance to students receiving financial aid under the Federal Student Financial Aid (FSA) program.

Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) Policy (PDF): Students who receive financial aid are subject to the satisfactory academic progress policy.

Return to Title IV Policy (PDF): Students who withdraw or take a leave of absence from the college and are receiving federal financial aid may be subject to the federal Return of Title IV Aid and state financial aid return policies.

Federal Verification Policy (PDF): Students who are selected for verification, either by the Federal government or by the college, are subject to the Federal Verification policy.

Student Rights and Responsibilities (PDF): All students, especially those receiving financial aid, are subject to the Rights and Responsibilities policy.

Consumer Loan Disclosure (PDF): Students who borrow funds through the Title IV Federal loan program are subject to the consumer loan disclosure policy.

FERPA: FERPA (Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act) is a federal law that protects the privacy of student education records. FERPA prohibits an educational institution from disclosing a student’s education record without the consent of the eligible student.

HEA RequirementReference
Notice of Availability of Institutional and Financial Aid InformationHEA Sec. 485(a)(1) (20 U.S.C. 1092(a)(1)). Not changed by HEOA
Contact Information for Assistance in Obtaining Institutional or Financial Aid InformationHEA Sec. 485(a)(1)-(2) (20 U.S.C. 1092(a)(1)-(2)). Not changed by HEOA. 34 CFR 668.43, 34 CFR 668.44
Student Financial Aid InformationHEOA Sec. 488(a)(1)(B) amended HEA Sec. 485(a)(1) (20 U.S.C. 1092(a)(1)): new HEA Sec. 485(a)(1)(M). HEOA amendment effective August 14, 2008. 34 CFR 668.41 (a)-(d), 34 CFR 668.42, 34 CFR 668.43
Notice of Federal Student Financial Aid Penalties for Drug Law Violations

 

HEOA Sec. 488(g): amended HEA Sec. 485 (20 U.S.C. 1092): added HEA Sec. 485(k) HEOA amendment effective August 14, 2008 34 CFR 668.40
Privacy of Student Records −Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)

 

HEA Sec. 485(a)(1) (20 U.S.C. 1092(a)), 20 U.S.C. 1232g. Not changed by HEOA. 34 CFR 668.41(c), 34 CFR Part 99
Consumer Information on College Navigator WebsiteHEOA Sec. 111 amended HEA Tile I, Part C: added HEA 132(i)(1)(V) (20 U.S.C. 1015a(i)(1)(V))
Facilities and Services Available to Students with DisabilitiesHEA Sec. 485(a)(1)-(2) (20 U.S.C. 1092(a)(1)-(2)). Not changed by HEOA. 34 CFR 668.41(a)-(d), 34 CFR 668.43 October 29, 2009 FR notice (revised 34 CFR 668.43, added 34 CFR 668.231)
Student Body DiversityHEOA Sec. 488(a)(1)(E) amended HEA Sec. 485(a)(1) (20 U.S.C. 1092(a)(1)): added HEA Sec. 485(a)(1)(Q) HEOA amendment effective August 14, 2008
Cost of AttendanceHEA Sec. 485(a)(1)-(2) (20 U.S.C. 1092(a)(1)-(2)). Not changed by HEOA. 34 CFR 668.41(a)-(d), 34 CFR 668.43
Net Price CalculatorHEOA Sec. 111 amended HEA Title I, Part C: added HEA Sec. 132(a), Sec. 132(h) (20 U.S.C. 1015a(a), 20 U.S.C. 1015a(h))
Refund Policy, Requirements for Withdrawal and Return of Title IV Financial AidHEA Sec. 485(a)(1)-(2) (20 U.S.C. 1092(a)(1)-(2)). Not changed by HEOA. 34 CFR 668.41(a)-(d), 34 CFR 668.43
Textbook Information, Information for Students, Information for College BookstoresHEOA Sec. 112 amended HEA Title I, Part C: added HEA Sec. 133 (20 U.S.C. 1015b) HEOA amendment effective July 1, 2010
Academic Program
(Educational Programs, Instructional Facilities, and Faculty)
HEOA Sec. 488(a)(1)(A) amended HEA Sec. 485(a)(1)(G) (20 U.S.C. 1092(a)(1)(G)): added HEA Sec. 485(a)(1)(G)(iv). HEOA amendment effective August 14, 2008
34 CFR 668.41(a)-(d), 34 CFR 668.43
October 29, 2009 FR notice (revised 34 CFR 668.43)
Transfer of Credit Policies and Articulation AgreementsHEOA Sec. 488(g) amended HEA Sec. 485 (20 U.S.C. 1092): added HEA Sec. 485(h)
HEOA amendment effective August 14, 2008
October 29, 2009 FR notice (revised 34 CFR 668.43)
Institutional and Program Accreditation, Approval, or LicensureHEA Sec. 485(a)(1)-(2) (20 U.S.C. 1092(a)(1)-(2)). Not changed by HEOA.
34 CFR 668.41(a)-(d), 34 CFR 668.43
Copyright Infringement Policies and Sanctions (Including Computer Use and File Sharing)HEOA Sec. 488(a)(1)(E) amended HEA Sec. 485(a)(1) (20 U.S.C. 1092(a)(1)): added HEA Sec. 485(a)(1)(P)
HEOA amendment effective August 14, 2008
October 29, 2009 FR notice (added 34 CFR 668.43(a)(10))
Teacher Preparation Program ReportHEOA Sec. 201 amended HEA Title II, Part A: new HEA Sec. 205-208
(20 U.S.C. 1022d-1022g). HEOA amendment effective August 14, 2008
Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention ProgramHEOA Sec. 107 amended HEA Sec. 120 (20 U.S.C. 1011i): new HEA Sec. 120(a)(2)(B)-(C). HEOA amendment effective August 14, 2008 34 CFR 86
Vaccinations Policy

 

 

HEOA Sec. 488(a)(1)(E): amended HEA Sec. 485(a)(1) (20 U.S.C. 1092(a)(1)): added HEA Sec. 485(a)(1)(V)
HEOA amendment effective August 14, 2008
Security Report (Including Emergency Response and Evacuation Procedures), Timely Warnings, and Crime Log

Missing Student Notification

Emergency Response and Evacuation Procedure

Timely Warning Reports
Crime Log

HEOA Sec. 488(e)(1)(B)-(D) amended HEA Sec. 485(f) (20 U.S.C. 1092(f)): revised HEA Sec.485(f)(1)(C) revised HEA Sec. 485(f)(1)(F) added HEA Sec. 485(f)(1)(J)
HEOA amendments effective August 14, 2008
34 CFR 668.41(a), 34 CFR 668.41(e), 34 CFR 668.46, 34 CFR Part 668 Subpart D, appendix A.
October 29, 2009 FR (revised 34 CFR 668.41(a), 34 CFR 668.41(e),
34 CFR 668.46, 34 CFR Part 668 Subpart D, appendix A)
Security Report − Missing Person Notification
Policy
HEOA Sec. 488(g) amended HEA Sec. 485 (20 U.S.C. 1092): added HEA Sec. 485(j)
HEOA amendment effective August 14, 2008
October 29, 2009 FR notice (revised 34 CFR 668.41(a), added 34 CFR 668.46(b)(14) and 34 CFR 668.46(h)
Fire Safety Report and Fire LogHEOA Sec. 488(a)(1)(E) amended HEA Sec. 485(a)(1) (20 U.S.C. 1092(a)(1)): added HEA Sec. 485(a)(1)(T). HEOA Sec. 488(g) amended HEA Sec. 485 (20 U.S.C. 1092): added HEA Sec. 485(i)
HEOA amendments effective August 14, 2008
October 29, 2009 FR notice (revised 34 CFR 668.41(a) and 34 CFR 668.41(e), added 34 CFR 668.49)
Information for Crime Victims about Disciplinary ProceedingsHEOA Sec. 493(a)(1)(A) amended HEA Sec. 487(a) (20 U.S.C. 1094(a)): added HEA Sec. 487(a)(26)
HEOA amendment effective August 14, 2009
Retention RateHEOA Sec. 488(a)(1)(E) amended HEA Sec. 485(a)(1) (20 U.S.C. 1092(a)(1)):
added HEA Sec. 485(a)(1)(U): HEOA amendment effective August 14, 2008
October 29, 2009 FR notice (revised 34 CFR 668.41(d))
Completion/ Graduation and Transfer-out Rates
(Including Disaggregated Completion/
Graduation Rates)
(Student Right-to-Know Act) Disaggregated Completion/ Graduation Rates
Exclusions
HEOA Sec. 488(a)(2) amended HEA Sec. 485(a) (20 U.S.C. 1092(a)): new HEA Sec. 485(a)(4)
HEOA Sec. 488(a)(3) amended HEA Sec. 485(a) (20 U.S.C. 1092(a)): added HEA Sec. 485(a)(7)
HEOA amendments effective August 14, 2008 (see exception below)
34 CFR 668.41(a)-(d), 34 CFR 668.45, 34 CFR 668.8(b)(1)(ii)
October 29, 2009 FR notice (revised 34 CFR 668.45)
Placement in EmploymentHEOA Sec. 488(a)(1)(E) amended HEA Sec. 485(a)(1) (20 U.S.C. 1092(a)(1)): added HEA Sec. 485(a)(1)(R)
HEOA amendment effective August 14, 2008
October 29, 2009 FR notice (revised 34 CFR 668.41(d))
Job Placement RatesHEA Sec. 487(a)(8) (20 U.S.C. 1094(a)(8)) (34 CFR 668.14(b)(10))
Not changed by HEOA
Types of Graduate and Professional Education in which the Institution’s Graduates EnrollHEOA Sec. 488(a)(1)(E) amended HEA Sec. 485(a)(1) (20 U.S.C. 1092(a)(1)): added HEA Sec. 485(a)(1)(S)
HEOA amendment effective August 14, 2008
October 29, 2009 FR notice (revised 34 CFR 668.41(d))
Voter Registration FormsHEOA Sec. 493(a)(1) amended HEA Sec. 487(a)(23) (20 U.S.C. 1094(a)(23)): added HEA Sec. 487(a)(23)(D)
HEOA amendment effective August 14, 2008
State Grant AssistanceHEA Sec. 487(a)(9) (20 U.S.C. 1094(a)(9)), 34 CFR 668.14(b)(11)
Not changed by HEOA.
National Student Loan Data System (NSLDS)HEOA Sec. 489 amended HEA Sec. 485B(d)(4) (20 U.S.C. 1092b)
Entrance Counseling for Student Loan BorrowersHEOA Sec. 488(g) amended HEA Sec. 485 (20 U.S.C. 1092): added HEA Sec. 485(l)
HEOA amendment effective August 14, 2008
October 28, 2009 FR notice (revised 34 CFR 685.304(a), 34 CFR 682.604(f))
Exit Counseling for Student Loan BorrowersHEOA Sec. 488(b) amended HEA Sec. 485(b) (20 U.S.C. 1092(b)): new HEA Sec. 485(b)(1)(A)
HEOA amendment effective August 14, 2008
October 28, 2009 FR notice (revised 34 CFR 668.42, 34 CFR 685.304(b), 34 CFR 674.42(b), 34 CFR 682.604(g))
Consumer Loan Disclosures

 

HEOA Sec. 493(a)(1) amended HEA Sec. 487(a) (20 U.S.C. 1094(a)): added HEA Sec. 487(a)(28); HEOA Sec. 120 and Sec. 1021(b) amended HEA Title I: added HEA Sec. 151-155 (20 U.S.C. 1019, 1019a-1019d)
HEOA amendments effective August 14, 2008, unless otherwise specified
October 28, 2009 FR notice (added 34 CFR 601.2, 34 CFR 601.11, 34 CFR 601.30, 34 CFR 668.14(b)(29))

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FAFSA PREFERRED FILING DATES
Fall: March 1st
Spring: October 1st


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