Student Support Services. We intend to increase the availability of financial Information, Advice and Guidance to prospective students, improve the speed of response during busy periods through the creation of graduate trainee placements and ensure we have the capacity to administer the new student funding arrangements.
Student Support Services. It is expected that the district will monitor and support any identified online learner (special education or ELL). Should the district indicate that assistance from the program is desired for support services, data collection, goal monitoring, or ELL instruction, additional charges would apply.
Student Support Services. If students have documented disabilities that may affect their academic experience and are seeking accommodations, it is their responsibility to supply documentation and make a request for services through the office of Student Academic Services as soon as possible. Financial Aid: Students enrolled in a LCCC two-year degree seeking program will have all aspects of their Federal Title IV Financial Assistance administered by LCCC’s Financial Aid Office. This includes, but is not limited to: Processing of FAFSA and other applications, determination of eligibility, awarding, and disbursement of funds; Assessment and enforcement of satisfactory academic progress standards; Calculation and distribution of refunds; Administration of all aspects of the Federal Family Educational Loan Programs During the student’s enrollment at LCCC, LCCC policies and procedures will apply. Student budgets (Cost of Attendance) used in establishing aid amounts will be the same as those used for awarding federal aid to other LCCC students. A contact from the LCCC Financial Aid Office will be identified to work with the Valley City State University Financial Aid Office assigned contact. For students currently enrolled at both institutions all federal financial aid will be processed by the degree granting institution at both the Associate and Bachelor levels. A consortium agreement must be completed by the student and signed by the institution and returned to the home degree granting institution. Valley City State University will be responsible for awarding aid to students who have been admitted to Valley City State University. Students will have all aspects of their Federal Title IV Financial Assistance administered by Valley City State University Student Financial Aid Office. This includes, but is not limited to: Processing of applications, evaluation of eligibility, awarding, and disbursement of funds; Assessment and enforcement of satisfactory academic progress standards; Calculation and distribution of refunds; Billing and collection for Federal Perkins loans; Notifying changes in enrollment status to lenders under the Federal Family Educational Loan Programs. During this enrollment the Valley City State University policies and procedures will apply. Student budgets (costs) used in establishing aid amounts will be the same as those used for awarding federal aid to other Valley City State University students. A contact from the LCCC Financial Aid Office will be identified to work w...
Student Support Services. (1) Pooled Premium School Social Work Services may be purchased from SBBC at a price of Six Thousand Nine Hundred Sixty-Nine Dollars ($6,969.00) per year for a maximum of sixty-eight (68) hours; Ten Thousand four Hundred Fifty Four Dollars ($10,454) per year for a maximum of one-hundred and five (105) hours; or Sixteen Thousand Five Hundred Sixty-Nine Dollars ($16,569.00) per year for two-hundred and two (202) hours during the term of this Agreement. Total price for one academic year of School Social Work services will be prorated based on the number of service weeks available in this Agreement’s terms of service and upon approval of this Agreement. Nested Charter Schools may expand access to the one-hundred and five (105) and two-hundred and two (202) hour services to students enrolled in charter school(s) nested at the same address as the School at a cost of Three Thousand Five Hundred Dollars ($3,500.00) provided that the Nested Charter Schools are authorized to receive such service through a Premium Services Agreement and an authorized Work Order. By purchasing the sixty- eight (68) or the one-hundred five (105) hour service, the School agrees that only students with the most critical needs will have access to supportive counseling and referrals to therapeutic counseling. Social Work Services include: