The Shoe and the Thimble: Things You May

The Shoe and the Thimble: Things You May

The Shoe and the Thimble: Things You May Not Know about R2T4 and Enrollment Status and Reporting Enrollment Status and Reporting Zack Goodwin US Department of Education ISFAA Conference, Indianapolis, IN January 26, 2017

Agenda 2 3 Audits and Program Reviews R2T4 issues are frequently among the top audit and program review findings Miscalculations Funds returned late 4

Counting Days Su M T W Th F

S Su Is there a scheduled break for R2T4 purposes? (Green indicates days where classes are held) 5 M Counting Days Su

M T W Th F S Su

Is there a scheduled break for R2T4 purposes? (Classes are held only on weekends) 6 M Counting Days Su M T

W Th F S Is there a scheduled break for R2T4 purposes? 7 Counting Days

Su M T W Th F S

What is the students withdrawal date? 8 Su M Modules 5 days Module 1: 50 days 25 days

9 Module 2: 50 days 50 days Module 3: 50 days 25 days Modules

4 days Module 1: 50 days 25 days 10 Module 2: 50 days 35 days Module 3:

50 days Modules In most cases, when a student in a program offered in modules drops future courses on the last day of a module, the student is considered a withdrawal and the days including the dropped courses are included in the R2T4 calculation. If that last day of attendance reflects completing a module, then the student is not considered a withdrawal. 11 Rounding Dollars

Round to the nearest penny When returning funds, may round to the nearest dollar Percentages Calculate to the fourth digit Round to the third 12 33.77% 33.8%

Rounding 36.36% 36% 13 Timeline The R2T4 calculation must be performed within 30 days of the date of determination Funds must be returned within 45 days of the date

of determination 14 MPN and Entrance Counseling If a student signs the MPN prior to the R2T4 calculation being performed, loan funds may be included as aid that could have been disbursed 15 Resources

FSA Handbook: Volume 5 Program Integrity Q&A: R2T4 in Modules 16 Enrollment Status and Reporting 17

Degree Requirements If a student is enrolled in courses that do not count toward his degree, certificate, or other recognized credential, they cannot be used to determine enrollment status unless they are eligible remedial courses. This means you cannot award the student aid for classes that do not count toward his degree, certificate, or other recognized credential. Federal Student Aid Handbook, page 1-18 18 Majors and Minors There is flexibility for schools to decide what counts

toward each individual students degree, certificate, or other recognized credential. This allows for the provision of Title IV aid for multiple majors and for academic minors and concentrations. 19 Prerequisites If a student is taking a course that must be taken in order to qualify to enroll in a course that is required for the program of study, the student may receive Title IV aid for the prerequisite course under the remedial coursework provisions.

20 Graduate Students For graduate programs, full-time enrollment status may be defined differently in summer than during the academic year. Half-time status must still reflect at least half of the full-time status definition. 21 Audits and Program Reviews NSLDS enrollment reporting issues are frequently among the top audit and program review findings Reporting inaccuracies

Untimely reporting 22 Program Length Credential Level Credential Level Description Minimum Years > or = Maximum Years < or =

01 Undergraduate Certificate or Diploma Program 0.1 10 0.4 0.9 0.4 0.4

0.9 0.2 0.2 10 10 10 12 12 10 10 0.1

10 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 99 23 Associate's Degree

Bachelor's Degree Post Baccalaureate Certificate Master's Degree Doctoral Degree First Professional Degree Graduate/Professional Certificate Non-Credential Program [Preparatory Coursework/ Teacher Certification] Program Length 020000 Y 30

24 Enrollment Update Page Users may filter search results to exclude students with certified programs Results may be sorted by oldest certification date first

Results may also be sorted by certification date on the Enrollment Maintenance page 25 Warning icon will appear if student has not been certified in more than 65 days Program Enrollment Detail Student-level enrollment reporting history is listed for all programs attended Each record indicates a new enrollment status

May view reporting history program-by-program NSLDS professional website Enroll tab Enrollment Summary 26 Enrollment Submittal Tracking Enrollment roster submittal history may be obtained for all school locations

Reflects rosters sent by NSLDS, submittals to NSLDS, and updates made via the NSLDS Professional website If the school uses a servicer for enrollment reporting, the total count of records listed may include other schools records NSLDS professional website Enroll tab Enrollment Reporting Profile 27

Enrollment Submittal Tracking NSLDS Enrollment Submittal File Tracking Report (SCHET1) Provides data from Enrollment Submittal Tracking page in Microsoft Excel format NSLDS professional website Report tab Web Report List 28

Roster Reset Users may push back onto a school locations current roster all students who had appeared on previous enrollment roster(s) since a specific date NSLDS professional website Enroll tab Enrollment Reporting Profile 29 Late Enrollment Certifications

Schools may request a list of students who have not had an enrollment certification reported after a specified date (SCHLC1) The CSV version may be imported into a spreadsheet, and later submitted to NSLDS via the Enrollment Spreadsheet Submittal process NSLDS professional website Report tab Web Report List 30

Enrollment Errors Schools may request reporting error/acknowledgement information for a given school code, within a specified timeframe (SCHER5) Data available only from the reports implementation date forward, November 20, 2016 NSLDS professional website Report tab Web Report List

31 10% 32 Graduation Reporting If a students graduation status is effective after the last day of classes, students may be reported as withdrawn until graduated status is reported, in order to prevent loss of Direct Loan subsidy Electronic Announcement: September 25, 2015

33 Resources NSLDS Enrollment Reporting Guide (November 2016) NSLDS Newsletters #53, #55 and #56 Electronic Announcement: May 13, 2016

34 Thank you! Zack Goodwin [email protected] 617.289.0051 35 ED Contacts: Chicago Institutional Improvement Specialists Effie Barnett [email protected] 312.730.1587

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