Policies for Professional Judgement

Filed under Title IV Specific Policies

Policies for Professional Judgment A financial aid professional may exercise professional judgment and change elements in the federal need analysis to account for circumstances that he/she feels have not been adequately considered in the original FAFSA.   Instructions to Students/Parents: All requests for the execution of professional judgment must: Be initiated by a letter from… Read more »

Terms, Conditions, Disclosures of Title IV

Filed under Title IV Specific Policies

All students at American Business & Technology University that intend to use Federal Student Aid / Financial Aid / Title IV, are required to complete the FAFSA, click the following link: http://abtu.edu/online/financial-aid/ During your digital interview, you will observe the following: Information disclosed to students or parents of students who enter into an agreement regarding a… Read more »

Student Consumer Information Notification Policy

Filed under General University Policies, Title IV Specific Policies

Higher Education Opportunity Act Disclosures   In accordance with the 2008 Higher Education Opportunity Act (HEOA), American Business & Technology University makes certain disclosures available to prospective and current students   Notice of Availability of Institution and Financial Aid Information.   —-  in this policy Contact Information for assistance in obtaining institution or financial aid… Read more »

Return to Title IV – R2T4 – RTT-PL-1211

Filed under Title IV Specific Policies

Return to Title IV – R2T4 Federal regulations specify how American Business & Technology University must determine the amount of Title IV program assistance that a student has earned if he or she officially withdraws, stops attending, or is dismissed. The Title IV programs that ABTU uses are governed by this law. These programs are… Read more »

Payment Period Definition – PPD-PL-0112

Filed under Title IV Specific Policies

Payment Period Definition ABTU has two payment periods per academic year.  The first payment period includes the first four courses and the second includes the second four courses.  A student can start at the beginning of any of the eight starts per calendar year.  All of ABTU’s courses are identical in length and credit hour… Read more »

Applying for Financial Aid – APF-PL-1211

Filed under Title IV Specific Policies

Applying for Financial Aid In order to determine if a student might be eligible for federal financial assistance, the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) must be submitted. The Financial Aid Office strongly recommends that this process begins at least two (2) weeks prior to the first day of classes. Continuing students should complete… Read more »