Financial Aid Policy
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To offer students Federal programs that help them pay for their education, Strayer University must comply with several state and Federal requirements. On this page are downloadable documents that outline explicitly and in detail how we comply with three of these requirements. As a prospective or current student considering forms of financial assistance, it is your right to have access to these policies before you make any decisions about financing your education.
As these policies and procedures are reviewed and updated regularly to remain compliant with federal and state requirements—and to ensure that we are best supporting the success of our students—you may want to revisit them over time. (Note: the revision date is always posted on the document.) We do this to provide you superior financial services.
RETURN OF TITLE IV FUNDS (R2T4) POLICY (PDF)
This policy explains the requirement to return Federal funds when a student completely withdraws from Strayer University.
SATISFACTORY ACADEMIC PROGRESS POLICY (PDF)
This policy explains the standards for measuring satisfactory academic progress (SAP) in an academic program. University students must meet these requirements to remain eligible to receive Federal financial aid.
CENSUS DATE POLICY (PDF)
This policy describes the Census Date, which is the date the University uses to determine Pell Grant eligibility and enrollment for some state aid programs.
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