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Financial Literacy

This is a perfect time to make personal financial management a priority. Let us help. Click here for more information

Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP)

Every post-secondary institution receiving federal funds (Title IV) is required to have an academic progress policy that is used to determine eligibility for and continued receipt of federal funds. Click here for more information

Repeated Courses

Federal regulations limit the number of times a student may repeat a course and receive financial aid for that course. Click here for more information


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Consortium Agreement

Bethune-Cookman University Students often enroll at Bethune-Cookman University(Home School) and/or another college/university(Host School) as a transient student. It is possible to receive financial aid under these circumstances as long as certain requirements are met. Click here for more information

Professional Judgment

A Professional judgment is used to take into consideration factors which have not been reflected on the FAFSA. The professional judgment may either increase or decrease data elements used to calculate a student’s EFC. Click here for more information

GRE Voucher

At Educational Testing Service (ETS) we believe that the cost of taking a GRE® test should not be a barrier to graduate study. ETS provides the Fee Reduction Program for individuals who demonstrate financial need and for national programs in the United States that work with underrepresented groups. More information Click here for more information

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