- Loan Exit Counseling - Getting Started
- Loan Exit Counseling – Understand Your Loans
- Loan Exit Counseling – Plan to Repay
- Loan Exit Counseling – Avoid Default
- Loan Exit Counseling – Finances: A Priority
- Loan Exit Counseling – Repayment Information
- Loan Exit Counseling – Summary and Additional Resources
- What is a Federal Work-Study job?
- What is the difference between Federal Work-Study and other forms of student employment?
- As an employer, are there any special Federal Work-Study regulations that I should be aware of?
- How many hours per week is a Federal Work-Study student employee allowed to work?
- What is the maximum amount a Federal Work-Study student can earn in my department?
- Can a student have more than one Federal Work-Study job at a time?
- Are Federal Work-Study students allowed to earn overtime or holiday pay?
- What are my responsibilities as a Federal Work-Study Supervisor?
- Student Aid Report (SAR)
- Student Aid Report (SAR) - Rejected FAFSA Comments
- Student Aid Report (SAR) - Summary Comments
- What does the information on page one of my Student Aid Report mean?
- After the summary page, what information should I review on my Student Aid Report?
- What do I do with the Student Aid Report I received?
- If there is incorrect information on my Student Aid Report, how do I correct it?
- What type of education and training does the Post-9/11 GI Bill ® cover?
- Can I transfer my entitlement to my dependents?
- Do I need to certify my enrollment each month? If so, how and when?
- Who do I contact to find out how many months of benefits I have remaining?
- Do I need to certify my enrollment if I am receiving Post-9/11 GI Bill ® Benefits? If so, how and when?
- What is the Yellow Ribbon Program?