To earn this credential, you will need to know how to handle a student’s Title IV funds when he withdraws from school before completing the payment period or period of enrollment. You will need to know the basic requirements for the return of Title IV funds (R2T4), whether and when to apply the requirements, how to determine the student’s withdrawal date, how to calculate the return of funds for each Title IV program, all applicable deadlines, and the rules for making post-withdrawal disbursements. This will help you demonstrate the ability to protect the integrity of the Title IV programs by ensuring your school promptly returns federal funds for which a withdrawn student no longer qualifies.
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1. If a student who officially withdraws failed to begin attendance in all the courses he or she was scheduled to attend, then
2. A school must always return any unearned Title IV funds it is responsible for returning within __________ of the date the school determined the student withdrew.
3. Which of the following funds are NOT included in an R2T4 calculation?
4. A student notifies the school on September 1 that she intends to withdraw, begins the official withdrawal process on September 15, and completes the official withdrawal process on October 1. If the school is not required to take attendance, the school determines the withdrawal date as
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