Free Training Opportunity on R2T4

06 Dec 2012 10:01 AM | Anonymous

Great Lakes December 2012 SmartSessions

Credit-based Programs and R2T4

Return of Title IV (R2T4) doesn't have to be daunting. This session walks through a credit-based example to help you understand what it is and when it applies so you can effectively counsel students and help them make informed decisions about withdrawing from school.

Specific topics include:

  • ·       R2T4 basics: what it is, when it applies, the formula components for credit-based programs
  • ·       Reviewing a hand calculation
  • ·       Post-withdrawal disbursements

December 6 @ 11 AM Central time https://glhec.webex.com/glhec/k2/j.php?ED=156736417&UID=1115743912&HMAC=b9fa1cbb9c75111a931d7a897295d839132deab0&RT=MiM3&FM=1

December 12 @ 2 PM Central time https://glhec.webex.com/glhec/k2/j.php?ED=156736472&UID=1115744542&HMAC=6d49443e892e1a0b3cca59c174888968b2ea0c80&RT=MiM3&FM=1

December 20 @ 11 AM Central time https://glhec.webex.com/glhec/k2/j.php?ED=158080427&UID=1119444837&HMAC=7d5fe825d07ad7b3402db58bac1770af4edadd3c&RT=MiM3&FM=1

Clock-hour Programs and R2T4

Return of Title IV (R2T4) doesn't have to be daunting. This session walks through a clock-hour example to help you understand what it is and when it applies so you can effectively counsel students and help them make informed decisions about withdrawing from school.

Specific topics covered include:

  • ·       R2T4 basics: what it is, when it applies, the formula components for clock-hour programs
  • ·       Reviewing a hand calculation
  • ·       Post-withdrawal disbursements

December 5 @ 2 PM Central time https://glhec.webex.com/glhec/k2/j.php?ED=156736612&UID=1115745182&HMAC=f6d98ea7460b7a26462f84c0494513b9b72b0750&RT=MiM3&FM=1

December 11 @ 11 AM Central time https://glhec.webex.com/glhec/k2/j.php?ED=156736672&UID=1115745407&HMAC=65bf7d29e868b1532ade3e0f3caf8169d73d6e3b&RT=MiM3&FM=1

December 19 @ 2 PM Central time https://glhec.webex.com/glhec/k2/j.php?ED=158080127&UID=1119443152&HMAC=442f853fa10263dd8ed3cae2f3c283b4e70f30a4&RT=MiM3&FM=1

Satisfactory Academic Progress: Moving Students in the Right Direction

To be eligible for FSA funds, a student must make satisfactory academic progress (SAP), and schools must have a reasonable policy for monitoring that progress. Learn the basics of the SAP policy and how it affects you. This session will review the requirements so you can respond to your students’ needs and move them toward successfully completing the program for which they are receiving aid.

Specific topics covered include:

        Understanding institutional requirements

        Identifying student eligibility requirements

        Appreciating the differences between qualitative and quantitative components

        Exploring consumer information requirements

December 4 @ 11 AM Central time https://glhec.webex.com/glhec/k2/j.php?ED=158080852&UID=1119446077&HMAC=1d9a91608fe8d1eb243e528ddb1cb98d0e7d9171&RT=MiM3&FM=1

December 18 @ 2 PM Central time https://glhec.webex.com/glhec/k2/j.php?ED=158080902&UID=1119446757&HMAC=d9e0eaa111b0788796dee3a485b501434ef2c13e&RT=MiM3&FM=1

A Guide to Great Lakes Default Prevention Tools

December 7 @ 2 PM Central time https://glhec.webex.com/glhec/k2/j.php?ED=156699522&UID=1115641302&HMAC=d1e206b14538a7f4679258cf1b5a4777fba9854b&RT=MiM3&FM=1

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