FINANCIAL AID AVAILABLE FOR THOSE WHO QUALIFIED
Student consumer information is provided by the Office of Financial Aid and is the responsibility of the director of Financial Aid to oversee. Publications are reviewed and updated on an ongoing basis. Information may be provided to the media for publication.
Methods of Disseminating Consumer Information
The Office of Financial Aid disseminates information through various channels, including our public website where all programs, application processes and deadlines are listed. Financial aid information is also included in SABC school catalog. The Office of Financial Aid also has various information pieces that are emailed to the student’s email account. The Office of Financial Aid uses this as the primary means for contacting a student.
Procedures and Forms Required to Apply for Financial Aid
All students who wish to receive federal or state funds must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Students may be asked to submit documentation such as tax returns, birth certificates and Social Security cards, along with other items necessary to verify financial or dependency status. Students who do not wish to submit requested documentation will not receive a financial aid award.
Students who are chosen for verification by the Department of Education are required to supply additional information to the Office of Financial Aid. Verification of related documents include items such as a verification form and tax forms, including but not limited to, tax return transcripts, W2 forms, 1099 forms or 1040X forms. Should additional information be required to complete the verification process, the Office of Financial Aid contacts the student via various media, including the College email system and the student portal.
Students are notified at the beginning of each year by email that it is time to reapply for financial aid. Notifications are also posted across campus and through various media including but not limited to social media.
Student Eligibility Requirements
Be admitted as a regular student
Be enrolled or accepted for enrollment in an eligible program Be a citizen or an eligible non-citizen
Not owe a refund on a FPELL Grant or FSEOG at any school
Not be in default on a Perkins Loan or Stafford Loan/SLS/PLUS/Direct Loan at any school
Have financial need
Be registered for selective service (if a male aged 18 through 25)
Have a high school diploma (or foreign equivalent), have a GED, have completed home schooling at the secondary level.
Professional Judgment and Dependency Overrides
The Higher Education Act of 1992 allows financial aid administrators to make professional judgment decisions for special or unusual family or student circumstances. These circumstances must be documented by the student.
Criteria for Selecting Recipients and Determining Award Amounts
Students who have a completed financial aid file are reviewed for financial aid eligibility. Pell EFC determines Pell eligibility. FSEOG is awarded to students who demonstrate extreme financial need and are chosen by a random selection.
Cost of Attendance
Cost of attendance information is provided to students by various methods including the website and award letter. Institutional charges for tuition, fees, and books combined compose the cost of attendance or educational budget for an academic year or less. Additionally, the Net Price Calculator is also available on the school website.
Students may also view textbook information through the school catalog.
Students are notified of Refund Policy by various media including the website, school catalog, enrollment agreement, financial aid correspondence via email and letters and in person with the Office of Financial Aid.
Students may find information on withdrawing from courses in the school catalog. Students should also review the school catalog information on how refunds are issued for students who withdraw.
Academic Programs Offers
Academic program information is available from the Office of Admissions, Office of the Registrar and various methods, including the website and school catalog.
Information for Students with Disabilities
Information for students with disabilities is available on the website and school catalog, and is the responsibility of the Office of Disability Services.
Drug & Alcohol Abuse Prevention Information and Policies
Drug & Alcohol Abuse Prevention Information and Policies can be found in the school catalog.
Crime Statistics are provided to students through email and orientation.
Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)
Contact the Office of the Registrar for information regarding FERPA.
Information on Accreditation
SABC is accredited by The National Accrediting Commission of Career Arts and Sciences (NACCAS). A final copy of the NACCAS letter is kept in the office of the director of Financial Aid for submission on the Program Participation Agreement.
Voter Registration information is available on http://mvp.sos.state.ga.us/.
Satisfactory Academic Progress
Students receiving federal and state financial aid must meet Satisfactory Academic Progress Standards as outlined in the school catalog.
Attendance policy can be found in the school catalog.
Copyright information is found in the school catalog.
Vaccination policy is found in the school catalog.
Establishing and Maintaining an Information Security Program
Information is available in the school catalog.
Information is available in the school catalog
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