Legislative Tracker: Campus-Based Programs

Legislative Tracker Logo On this page, you'll find proposals that modify the existing campus-based aid programs, which include the Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (FSEOG), Federal Work Study (FWS), and the Federal Perkins Loan program.

For campus-based aid proposals from the previous sessions of Congress, visit the Legislative Tracker Archive: Campus-Based Programs.  

 

*NEW* H.R.4308 - CAMPUS Act

Sponsor: Rep. Morelle [D-NY]
Cosponsors: 6 (5D; 1R)
Introduced: 09/12/2019
NASFAA Summary & Analysis: The Campus Act would create a matching Emergency Financial Aid Grant program, with the Federal share being a maximum of 50% of the program. The grant would be available to students facing financial challenges during their course of study due to situations such as, loss of employment, child care, or housing, food insecurity, death of a parent or guardian, or a medical condition.

 

H.R.4196 - To amend the Higher Education Act of 1965 to include child development and early learning as community services under the Federal work-study program.

Sponsor: Rep. Castro [D-TX]
Cosponsors: 2 (1D; 1R)
Introduced: 08/20/2019
NASFAA Summary & Analysis: This bill would amend the federal work study program to include child development and early learning as community service eligible opportunities.

 

H.R. 3800 - Educational Opportunity and Success Act of 2019

Sponsor: Rep. Davidson [R-OH]
Cosponsors: 6 (4D; 2R)
Introduced: 07/17/2019
NASFAA Analysis & Coverage: The bipartisan Educational Opportunity and Success Act of 2019 would adjust TRIO eligibility criteria to align with FAFSA requirements so that students’ FAFSA information can be used to determine TRIO eligibility. For example, Pell eligibility would be used as a marker for to determine TRIO income eligibility.

 

S. 839 - Classroom to Careers Act of 2019

Sponsor: Sen. Gillibrand (D-NY)
Co-Sponsors: 3 (3 R; 0 D)
Introduced: 3/14/2019
NASFAA Analysis & Coverage: This bill would allow students to work full-time hours in a work-study position and would impose restrictions on the nature of all work performed under the Federal Work-Study (FWS) program. The bill would add a new requirement, applicable to all FWS employment, that all work performed under FWS must comply with the requirements of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act, which took effect in 2016.

 

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Publication Date: 10/15/2019


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