Federal Regulations require that institutions provide specific consumer information about the school and about financial aid to enrolled and prospective students. The following list includes available Web sites and/or locations for the information required to be disclosed.
The application process
Application Process — Applying for Financial Aid. The U.S. Department of Education publication The Student Guide details further the federal programs available.
You must be a U.S. citizen and complete the FAFSA.
Student must be making satisfactory academic progress according to the institution’s policy. Student must be accepted in a degree-seeking program and enrolled at least half-time:
- Undergraduate — 6 or more credits (summer — 6 or more)
- Graduate — 3 or more credits (summer — 3 or more)
Male students between the ages of 18–25 must register with Selective Service. To register, go to http://www.sss.gov/regist.htm.
Not be in default on prior student loans.
Aid cannot be applied to your tuition until you are enrolled at least half-time (6 credits undergraduate/3 credits graduate) and all requested documentation has been completed.
Your aid will be credited directly to your account at the Office of Business and Finance. If your financial aid does not cover your charges, you are expected to pay the difference or select a payment plan. If your financial aid including loans exceeds your charges you may be eligible for a refund check. Refund checks will be issued by the Office of Business and Finance. Academic year loans are disbursed in two equal payments. A disbursement is released in the fall and another in the spring. If you are enrolled for only one semester, your loan will be disbursed in one payment.
Students’ rights and responsibilities
Please contact the Office of Financial Aid for more information, (920) 923-7614.
Terms and conditions of Federal Work Study
The Federal Department of Education publication The Student Guide explains the details of Federal Work Study program (pg. 14).
Current openings for student employment may be found on the Financial Aid website under student employment.
Terms and conditions of loans
Terms of any loans received, sample loan repayment schedules, the necessity for repaying loans, exit counseling information, and conditions for loan deferments can be found on the websites of your loan servicer. You may access the servicer information by going to NSLDS.gov.
Policy for the return of Title IV Federal Financial Aid Funds for students who officially withdraw from classes
Please contact the Office of Financial Aid for more information regarding this policy, (920) 923-7614.
Criteria for meeting Satisfactory Academic Progress
Satisfactory Adademic Progress EFFECTIVE 7/1/11
The availability of Federal Financial Aid for Study Abroad
Please contact the Office of Financial Aid for more information regarding this program, (920) 923-7614.
National Student Loan Database System
Visit the National Student Loan Data System website for more information.
Procedure for officially withdrawing from classes
Contact Marian University Registrar Office for more information.
Marian University refund policy
Please contact the Office of Financial Aid for more information regarding this policy.
Federal Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)
Visit the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act link for more information.
Completion/Graduation rate and transfer-out rate
Contact Marian University Office of the Registrar for more information.
Campus crime information
The Jeanne Cleary Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act requires all colleges and universities to disclose certain timely and annual information about campus crime and security policies. A copy of this report can be obtained by contacting the Student Life office at ext. 7666.
Graduation Rates 2000 Cohort
Contact Marian University Athletic Department for more information on the Athletic Program Participation Rates and Financial Support Data, ext. 8156.