Working With Students Without a High School Diploma
Date recorded: Wednesday, Jan. 30, 2013
Duration: 120 minutes
Site License: $115 members / $230 non-members/ no charge for webinar package purchasers
Available until: June 29, 2013
Join us for an in-depth discussion of this crucial student situation.
The discussion begins with a review of institutional responsibilities for checking the validity of a student's claim to have a valid high school diploma. We will examine the equivalents to a high school diploma, as well as alternatives that are acceptable in light of the statutory change eliminating the ability-to-benefit options.
- Identify and explain each of the equivalents and alternatives to a high school diploma
- Document that a student has the equivalent of a high school diploma or satisfies the alternative to a high school diploma
- Explain when the school must evaluate the validity of a student's high school diploma, and
- Establish a student's Title IV eligibility when the student does not have a high school diploma or its equivalent
- Eileen Welsh, Training Specialist, email@example.com
- Tiffany Kenner, Content Development Specialist, firstname.lastname@example.org
- David Futrell, Content Development Specialist, email@example.com
- Maureen Amos, Director of Financial Aid, Northeastern Illinois University
- Barbara Bickett, Director Regulatory Affairs, DeVry, Inc. Carrington College
- Joan Zanders, Director of Financial Aid, Northern Virginia Community College
Who will benefit from this webinar?
- Financial aid administrators
- Admissions staff
- Registrar’s office staff