Catalog of Abilene Christian University, 2005-2006 Page: 35
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Student Financial Services 35
Withdrawal From University - Refunds
Policies and Procedures Regarding the
Return of Title IV and Institutional Funds
Abilene Christian University calculates and returns Title IV funds
according to Federal Title IV policy 34 CRF 668.22. The amount of
Title IV funds (other than Federal Work-Study) that must be returned
to the Title IV programs is based solely on the length of time the
student was enrolled before withdrawing. This policy is effective for
complete or full withdrawal from a semester in which the student
receives Title IV federal funds.
If the students withdraws before 60 percent of the semester has
elapsed, a percentage of Title IV funds will be returned to the federal
program based on the length of time the student is enrolled prior to
withdrawal. For example, if the student withdraws when 50 percent
of the semester has elapsed, 50 percent of Title IV funds will be
returned to the federal programs. After 60 percent of the semester
has elapsed, the student is considered to have used all aid received
for the semester.
The return of Title IV funds depends upon the date the student
withdraws during the semester.
Withdrawal date is defined as one of the following:
* The date the student began the withdrawal process;
* The date the student otherwise provided the school with
official notification of the intent to withdraw;
* For the student who does not begin the university's
withdrawal process or notify the school of the intent to
withdraw, the mid-point of the payment period or period
of enrollment for which Title IV assistance was disbursed
(unless the university can document a later date); or
* The withdrawal date is determined from class
Abilene Christian University will:
1. Determine date of withdrawal.
2. Calculate the percentage of aid deemed to have been used
by the student.
3. Calculate the percentage of aid not utilized by the student,
which must be returned to federal programs.
Return of Title IV Funds
If the withdrawal date results in a percentage of Title IV aid not
utilized by the student, then return of Title IV aid will occur in the
1. Unsubsidized Federal Stafford Loans.
2. Subsidized Federal Stafford Loans.
3. Federal Perkins Loans.
4. Federal PLUS Loans.
5. Direct PLUS Loans.
6. Federal Pell Grants.
7. Federal SEOG Grants.
8. Other assistance under the title for which a return
of funds is required.
Room and board will be refunded on a pro rata basis after a student
withdraws from the university. No refunds for board will be made for
absences while enrolled in the university.
Residence Hall Reservations and Cancellations
Students who want to live in university housing must submit a housing
request form accompanied by a deposit. Those who voluntarily cancel
their application must do so prior to May 1 to receive a refund.
Cancellations for special workshops should be made one week
before the first class session.
Current ACU students will have priority over others in the choice of
rooms for a specified period. The room deposit will be kept as long
as a student lives in university housing. When the student leaves
university housing, the deposit will be applied to any unpaid balance
on the student's account or it will be refunded upon request;
otherwise, it will be forfeited. All room reservations will be held until
the first day of classes and then be released unless special holding
arrangements are made in advance with the Office of Residence Life
Education and Housing. After the semester begins, necessary room
changes must be coordinated through the residence hall director.
The following endowed scholarships are available at ACU. They are
awarded to qualified students by the appropriate awarding body;
students do not apply for these scholarships directly, but may contact
Student Financial Services to determine the financial aid they are
eligible to receive. This list is updated as of February 2005; however,
corrections should be reported to the catalog office.
Agriculture: S.N. Allen, F.M. Churchill, T.W. Colby, Dewey Davis,
Ex-Aggie, Orval M. and Christie W. Grimm, Houston Livestock
Show, Carl B. and Florence E. King, Robert E. Malone, Dean and
Dorothy Moberly, Virgil G. (Bud) Money, Guy E. Steen, W.S. Taylor
Art: Lylian Arledge, Margaret L. Bruce, Lucile Dill, Robert J. and
Mary Ann Hall, Juanita Tittle Pollard, Joseph E. Shipp Sr., Norman
and Joyce Whitefield
Athletics: Athletics-Football, Basketball 63-64 Team, Ruth Shipp
Beaver, Wally Bullington, Sam Carpenter (Baseball), Roy Douglas
Churchill, Judy Kniffen Clardy (Tennis), Ann and A.M. "Tonto"
Coleman Memorial, Buddy Colston (Golf), Eck and Maurine Curtis,
Bob and Myrt Davidson (Lineman), Reese and Jeanne Davis,
Grant Feasel, Richard and Lois Fuller (Tennis), Rex and Irene
Klepper, Bill and Nancy McMinn (Tennis), Garry Don Moore,
A.B. Morris (Coaching), Rebecca Morris (Women's Basketball),
Odell-Knight-Hooker (Gloveman Baseball), Joseph E. Shipp Jr.,
William J. Teague (Point Guard), Everett Treadway, Glen L.
Bible/Spanish: Gordon L. and Beatrice Minchew Downing
Biblical Studies: Adams-Goodloe, L.E. and Ada Adrian, Barney
and Elzabelle Alsobrook, Anonymous CBS Scholarship No. 1,
Anonymous CBS Scholarship No. 2, Anonymous CBS Scholarship
No. 3, W.F. and Pearl Arnett, Clyde and Shirley Ater, George Bailey,
Mrs. M.E. Baldridge, A.B. Barret, Bernice Beaty Trust, Eleanor
Brockman Barton, B.B. Baxter, R.C. Bell, R.P and Cecile Black,
Josephine and Don Bowen, C. Leroy Buie, Wendell E. and Faye
Burgess, Dovie O. Burnett, Hal Alexander Burnett, Jr., Mel and
Dovie Burnett, A.G. and Gregg Carmack, Stephen Arthur
Carmichael, George F. Carter, Henri Ida Dabney Chambers,
Chenault Family, Gene Paul Clifton, Sissy Coffman, College of
Biblical Studies, Maude W. Cranfill, Mr. and Mrs. John R. Decker,
H.H. Dickson Trust, Edwin H. and Marinette L. Enzor Sr., Don and
Edna Earl Faulkner, Fred and Consuelo Faulkner, Everett Ferguson,
Don and Martha Finto, Fleming Mission Awards, I.S. Fowler, Ernest
D. Garrett, Gibson Bible and Mission, John Paul Gibson, Robert
and Lou Giezentanner, J.L. Greene, Vincent Guarnere, Mr. and Mrs.
Nathan J. Harsh, Samuel Edward Haynes, Dury and Ardella Helm,
Gwen and Gail Hensley Missions, Vivian Holmes, Mr. and Mrs. A.R.
Holton, Jan and Bill Hooten, Leta Skiles Hudspeth, Hulen Jackson,
R. Terry Jackson, Alvin G. and Janet G. Jordan, C.L. Kay, David L.
and Betty R. Kenname, Seminar in Missions, Fred Landers, Reuel
and Imogene Lemmons (Missions), Byrd R. and Lucile Walls Lewis,
PG. and Anna Lewis, Mathew Clayton Lowe, Mildred C. and
Jimmie M. Mankin, Marriage and Family Therapy, Archie and
Ethel Martin, Opal Biggerstaff McCord, E.W. McMillan, Marion
and Bertie McNair (Missions), Missions Department, Missions
Seminar, J.F. and W.L. Montague, Milton Harvey and Anna Pearl
Moore (Bible), Col. Jim and Joy Morgan, Rhodes E. Morris, Eva Nail,
J.W. O'Banion, O'Dowd, C. and C. Palmer, Roy Palmer (Missions),
Jim and Eula Perkins, Elizabeth Wilmeth Pickle, Holbert and Stella
Rideout Religious Education, Eris A. and Mary Tackett Ritchie,
Clifton Rogers, Sherlie J. Rowe for Women, Alonzo E. Rutherford,
H. Ray Rutherford, Sheppard Family, Katherine and H.R. Sherrow
Jr., Charles and Judy Siburt, Doug Small, Birtie Wicker Smith,
Lawrence L. Smith, W.R. and Mayme C. Smith, David S. Sowell Jr.
and Esther Smith Sowell, Carl Spain, Don Stobaugh Family, Page
Lamar Stradley, Woody and Mae Teague, Teffertiller Trust, J.D.
and Katherine Thomas, Gus E. and Minnie Turman, Mike Warren,
Otto J. Weber, Ben West, Ira and Hazel Williams, Cled Wimbish,
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