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Title 34Subtitle BChapter VIPart 668


TITLE 34—Education

Subtitle B—REGULATIONS OF THE OFFICES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION (CONTINUED)

CHAPTER VI—OFFICE OF POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

PART 668—STUDENT ASSISTANCE GENERAL PROVISIONS

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Subpart A—GENERAL

§668.1
Scope.
§668.2
General definitions.
§668.3
Academic year.
§668.4
Payment period.
§668.5
Written arrangements to provide educational programs.
§668.6
Reporting and disclosure requirements for programs that prepare students for gainful employment in a recognized occupation.
§668.7
Gainful employment in a recognized occupation.
§668.8
Eligible program.
§668.9
Relationship between clock hours and semester, trimester, or quarter hours in calculating Title IV, HEA program assistance.
§668.10
Direct assessment programs.
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Subpart B—STANDARDS FOR PARTICIPATION IN TITLE IV, HEA PROGRAMS

§668.11
Scope.
§668.12
[Reserved]
§668.13
Certification procedures.
§668.14
Program participation agreement.
§668.15
Factors of financial responsibility.
§668.16
Standards of administrative capability.
§668.17
[Reserved]
§668.18
Readmission requirements for servicemembers.
§668.19
Financial aid history.
§668.20
Limitations on remedial coursework that is eligible for Title IV, HEA program assistance.
§668.21
Treatment of title IV grant and loan funds if the recipient does not begin attendance at the institution.
§668.22
Treatment of title IV funds when a student withdraws.
§668.23
Compliance audits and audited financial statements.
§668.24
Record retention and examinations.
§668.25
Contracts between an institution and a third-party servicer.
§668.26
End of an institution's participation in the Title IV, HEA programs.
§668.27
Waiver of annual audit submission requirement.
§668.28
Non-title IV revenue (90/10).
Appendix
Appendix A to Subpart B of Part 668—Standards for Audit of Governmental Organizations, Programs, Activities, and Functions (GAO)
Appendix
Appendix B to Subpart B of Part 668—Appendix I, Standards for Audit of Governmental Organizations, Programs, Activities, and Functions (GAO)
Appendix
Appendix C to Subpart B of Part 668—90/10 Revenue Calculation
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Subpart C—STUDENT ELIGIBILITY

§668.31
Scope.
§668.32
Student eligibility—general.
§668.33
Citizenship and residency requirements.
§668.34
Satisfactory academic progress.
§668.35
Student debts under the HEA and to the U.S.
§668.36
Social security number.
§668.37
Selective Service registration.
§668.38
Enrollment in telecommunications and correspondence courses.
§668.39
Study abroad programs.
§668.40
Conviction for possession or sale of illegal drugs.
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Subpart D—INSTITUTIONAL AND FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE INFORMATION FOR STUDENTS

§668.41
Reporting and disclosure of information.
§668.42
Financial assistance information.
§668.43
Institutional information.
§668.44
Availability of employees for information dissemination purposes.
§668.45
Information on completion or graduation rates.
§668.46
Institutional security policies and crime statistics.
§668.47
Report on athletic program participation rates and financial support data.
§668.48
Report on completion or graduation rates for student-athletes.
§668.49
Institutional fire safety policies and fire statistics.
Appendix
Appendix A to Subpart D of Part 668—Crime Definitions in Accordance With the Federal Bureau of Investigation's Uniform Crime Reporting Program
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Subpart E—VERIFICATION AND UPDATING OF STUDENT AID APPLICATION INFORMATION

§668.51
General.
§668.52
Definitions.
§668.53
Policies and procedures.
§668.54
Selection of an applicant's FAFSA information for verification.
§668.55
Updating information.
§668.56
Information to be verified.
§668.57
Acceptable documentation.
§668.58
Interim disbursements.
§668.59
Consequences of a change in an applicant's FAFSA information.
§668.60
Deadlines for submitting documentation and the consequences of failing to provide documentation.
§668.61
Recovery of funds from interim disbursements.
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Subpart F—MISREPRESENTATION

§668.71
Scope and special definitions.
§668.72
Nature of educational program.
§668.73
Nature of financial charges.
§668.74
Employability of graduates.
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Subpart G—FINE, LIMITATION, SUSPENSION AND TERMINATION PROCEEDINGS

§668.81
Scope and special definitions.
§668.82
Standard of conduct.
§668.83
Emergency action.
§668.84
Fine proceedings.
§668.85
Suspension proceedings.
§668.86
Limitation or termination proceedings.
§668.87
Prehearing conference.
§668.88
Hearing.
§668.89
Authority and responsibilities of the hearing official.
§668.90
Initial and final decisions.
§668.91
Filing of requests for hearings and appeals; confirmation of mailing and receipt dates.
§668.92
Fines.
§668.93
Limitation.
§668.94
Termination.
§668.95
Reimbursements, refunds, and offsets.
§668.96
Reinstatement after termination.
§668.97
Removal of limitation.
§668.98
Interlocutory appeals to the Secretary from rulings of a hearing official.
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Subpart H—APPEAL PROCEDURES FOR AUDIT DETERMINATIONS AND PROGRAM REVIEW DETERMINATIONS

§668.111
Scope and purpose.
§668.112
Definitions.
§668.113
Request for review.
§668.114
Notification of hearing.
§668.115
Prehearing conference.
§668.116
Hearing.
§668.117
Authority and responsibilities of the hearing official.
§668.118
Decision of the hearing official.
§668.119
Appeal to the Secretary.
§668.120
Decision of the Secretary.
§668.121
Final decision of the Department.
§668.122
Determination of filing, receipt, and submission dates.
§668.123
Collection.
§668.124
Interlocutory appeals to the Secretary from rulings of a hearing official.
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Subpart I—IMMIGRATION-STATUS CONFIRMATION

§668.130
General.
§668.131
Definitions.
§668.132
Institutional determinations of eligibility based on primary confirmation.
§668.133
Conditions under which an institution shall require documentation and request secondary confirmation.
§668.134
Institutional policies and procedures for requesting documentation and receiving secondary confirmation.
§668.135
Institutional procedures for completing secondary confirmation.
§668.136
Institutional determinations of eligibility based on INS responses to secondary confirmation requests.
§668.137
Deadlines for submitting documentation and the consequences of failure to submit documentation.
§668.138
Liability.
§668.139
Recovery of payments and loan disbursements to ineligible students.
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Subpart J—APPROVAL OF INDEPENDENTLY ADMINISTERED TESTS; SPECIFICATION OF PASSING SCORE; APPROVAL OF STATE PROCESS

§668.141
Scope.
§668.142
Special definitions.
§668.143
[Reserved]
§668.144
Application for test approval.
§668.145
Test approval procedures.
§668.146
Criteria for approving tests.
§668.147
Passing scores.
§668.148
Additional criteria for the approval of certain tests.
§668.149
Special provisions for the approval of assessment procedures for individuals with disabilities.
§668.150
Agreement between the Secretary and a test publisher or a State.
§668.151
Administration of tests.
§668.152
Administration of tests by assessment centers.
§668.153
Administration of tests for individuals whose native language is not English or for individuals with disabilities.
§668.154
Institutional accountability.
§668.155
[Reserved]
§668.156
Approved State process.
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Subpart K—CASH MANAGEMENT

§668.161
Scope and purpose (cash management rules).
§668.162
Requesting funds.
§668.163
Maintaining and accounting for funds.
§668.164
Disbursing funds.
§668.165
Notices and authorizations.
§668.166
Excess cash.
§668.167
FFEL Program funds.
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Subpart L—FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

§668.171
General.
§668.172
Financial ratios.
§668.173
Refund reserve standards.
§668.174
Past performance.
§668.175
Alternative standards and requirements.
Appendix
Appendix A to Subpart L of Part 668—Ratio Methodology for Proprietary Institutions
Appendix
Appendix B to Subpart L of Part 668—Ratio Methodology for Private Non-Profit Institutions
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Subpart M—TWO YEAR COHORT DEFAULT RATES

§668.181
Purpose of this subpart.
§668.182
Definitions of terms used in this subpart.
§668.183
Calculating and applying cohort default rates.
§668.184
Determining cohort default rates for institutions that have undergone a change in status.
§668.185
Draft cohort default rates and your ability to challenge before official cohort default rates are issued.
§668.186
Notice of your official cohort default rate.
§668.187
Consequences of cohort default rates on your ability to participate in Title IV, HEA programs.
§668.188
Preventing evasion of the consequences of cohort default rates.
§668.189
General requirements for adjusting official cohort default rates and for appealing their consequences.
§668.190
Uncorrected data adjustments.
§668.191
New data adjustments.
§668.192
Erroneous data appeals.
§668.193
Loan servicing appeals.
§668.194
Economically disadvantaged appeals.
§668.195
Participation rate index appeals.
§668.196
Average rates appeals.
§668.197
Thirty-or-fewer borrowers appeals.
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Subpart N—COHORT DEFAULT RATES

§668.200
Purpose of this subpart.
§668.201
Definitions of terms used in this subpart.
§668.202
Calculating and applying cohort default rates.
§668.203
Determining cohort default rates for institutions that have undergone a change in status.
§668.204
Draft cohort default rates and your ability to challenge before official cohort default rates are issued.
§668.205
Notice of your official cohort default rate.
§668.206
Consequences of cohort default rates on your ability to participate in Title IV, HEA programs.
§668.207
Preventing evasion of the consequences of cohort default rates.
§668.208
General requirements for adjusting official cohort default rates and for appealing their consequences.
§668.209
Uncorrected data adjustments.
§668.210
New data adjustments.
§668.211
Erroneous data appeals.
§668.212
Loan servicing appeals.
§668.213
Economically disadvantaged appeals.
§668.214
Participation rate index appeals.
§668.215
Average rates appeals.
§668.216
Thirty-or-fewer borrowers appeals.
§668.217
Default prevention plans.
Appendix
Appendix A to Subpart N of Part 668—Sample Default Prevention Plan
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Subpart O—FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE FOR STUDENTS WITH INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIES

§668.230
Scope and purpose.
§668.231
Definitions.
§668.232
Program eligibility.
§668.233
Student eligibility.


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