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No. A school cannot make receipt of Title IV aid contingent upon the student getting vaccinated. That would be creating an additional eligibility criterion for the receipt of Title IV aid, which is prohibited. A student who meets the general student eligibility criteria in 34 CFR 668.32 and the program-specific criteria for each Title IV program is eligible to receive Title IV funds. View the full answer to this question to learn more and search for answers to your other pressing regulatory and compliance questions in NASFAA's AskRegs Knowledgebase.
Certain students face unique challenges when applying for financial aid. NASFAA’s newly updated tip sheets are designed to help different student populations—such as adult learners, servicemembers and veterans, undocumented students, and refugee and asylee students—overcome these challenges to accessing higher education. We encourage you to share these tip sheets with students and families who can benefit from these resources.
Have you looked at NASFAA's events calendar recently? Coming up in August, NASFAA's Assistant Director of Federal Relations Rachel Gentry will virtually present at the U.S. News & World Report's webinar "How to Borrow Smart for College" as well as the Society of Women Engineers High School Leadership Academy event. Meanwhile, this October NASFAA President Justin Draeger will kick off the month with a virtual presentation at the ISFAA (Indiana) Leadership Symposium and then cap off the month with a presentation at the CASFAA (California) Conference in Long Beach, California. Head to the Events Calendar to get all the details on these and other upcoming events.