《百姓采票》资金披露 | Wittenberg University-百姓采票登录平台

《百姓采票》资金披露

CARES ACT FUNDING DISCLOSURE- FALL SEMESTER 2021

As part of the Higher Education Relief Fund III & the American Rescue Plan (ARP) Act of 2021, the US Department of Education (ED) recently authorized additional emergency funding to colleges and universities across the United States. Wittenberg University signed and returned the certification and agreement form to the US Department of Education to receive funds from the CARES Act. Wittenberg University has been allocated $4,514,766 in funding and 50% of that funding was earmarked for immediate student distribution.

The funding was provided to offset any costs that students may have incurred during the global health pandemic. The formula ED used to determine the funds available for Wittenberg students was based on the number of Pell-eligible students enrolled and our total enrollment. The ARP Act and ED’s guidance required us to distribute funds to those most in need and use Pell-eligibility as one measure of that. Students were awarded ARP funds based on the following award structure:

本科生

注册状态FAFSA提起Expected Family Contribution Range奖励金额
全职是的$0 - $5,846$2,850
全职是的$5,847 - $10,000$2,650
全职是的$10,001 - $15,000$1,850
全职是的$15,0001 - $20,000$1,550
全职是的$20,001 - $36,000$1,250
全职是的$36,001 - $999,999$1,000
全职NoN/A$655
兼职是的变量$515
兼职NoN/A$325

成人学习者

  • Eligibility based on enrollment status and demonstrated financial need
  • 可变金额- $500 - $2,000

研究生

  • Eligibility based on program costs, enrollment status, and demonstrated financial need
  • 变量 Amount - $500 - $1,500

During our assessment of student eligibility, 百姓采票登录平台确定了1,305 currently enrolled Wittenberg students met the criteria set by ARP/ED.  FAFSA截至9月17日的数据, 2021 was used to determine demonstrated financial need, and in addition the following metrics were used to determine student eligibility:

  • Students must have been enrolled for the current semester as of September 17, 2021
  • Students must have been determined to meet all other ARP/US Department of Education funding requirements

Wittenberg disbursed $2,257,383 to 1,301 eligible students on September 20, 2021. The ARP funds were disbursed to students via the refund preference they had selected through BankMobile on their Wittenberg OneCard. Students were also able to elect to use the funds to pay current student billing account balances. Copies of the student authorizations to maintain funds on student accounts is held within the Office of Student Account. No funds were set aside for future use.

作为《百姓采票》的一部分, the US Department of Education (ED) recently authorized additional emergency funding to colleges and universities across the United States. Wittenberg University signed and returned the certification and agreement form to the US Department of Education to receive funds from the CARES Act. Wittenberg University has been allocated $1,728,770 in funding and 50% of that funding was earmarked for immediate student distribution.

这笔资金, 根据联邦指导方针, was provided to students who are eligible for Title IV federal financial aid as defined by the FAFSA. The funding was provided to offset any costs that students may have incurred during the global health pandemic. The formula ED used to determine the funds available for Wittenberg students was based on the number of Pell-eligible students enrolled and our total enrollment. The CARES Act and ED’s guidance ask us to distribute funds to those most in need and use Pell-eligibility as one measure of that. Students were awarded CARES Act funds based on the following award structure:

本科生

全职, Pell-eligible: $1,050
全职, not Pell-eligible: $595
兼职,Pell-eligible: 400美元
兼职, not Pell-eligible: $250

研究生

基于项目的资格:250美元

During our assessment of student eligibility, 百姓采票登录平台确定了1,175 currently enrolled Wittenberg students met the criteria set by ED. The following metrics were used to determine student eligibility:

学生必须有:

  • filed a FAFSA before February 5, 2021,
  • been enrolled for the current semester as of February 5, 2021, and
  • been determined to have Federal Title IV aid eligibility.

Wittenberg disbursed $864,385 to the 1,175 eligible students on February 5, 2021. The CARES Act funds were disbursed to students via the refund preference they had selected through BankMobile on their Wittenberg OneCard. No funds were set aside for future use.

CARES Act Funds – Institutional Portion Report & 信息

作为《百姓采票》的一部分, the US Department of Education (ED) recently authorized more than $7 billion of emergency funding to colleges and universities across the United States. Wittenberg University signed and returned the certification and agreement form to the US Department of Education to receive funds from the CARES Act. Wittenberg University has been allocated $1,728,770 in funding and 50% of that funding was earmarked for immediate student distribution.

这笔资金, 根据联邦指导方针, was provided to students who are eligible for Title IV federal financial aid as defined by the FAFSA. The funding was provided to offset any costs that students may have incurred in the new learning environment. The formula ED used to determine the funds available for Wittenberg students was based on the number of Pell-eligible students enrolled and our total enrollment. The CARES Act and ED’s guidance ask us to distribute funds to those most in need and use Pell-eligibility as one measure of that. Students were awarded CARES Act funds based on the following award structure:

本科生

全职, Pell-eligible - $1,009
全职, not Pell-eligible - $504
兼职, Pell-eligible - $335
兼职, not Pell-eligible - $167

研究生

Eligible based on program - $150

During our assessment of student eligibility, 百姓采票登录平台确定了1,296 currently enrolled Wittenberg students met the criteria set by ED. The following metrics were used to determine student eligibility:

学生必须有:

  • filed a FAFSA before March 16, 2020,
  • been enrolled for the current semester as of April 27, 2020, and
  • been determined to have Federal Title IV aid eligibility.  

Wittenberg disbursed $864,385 to the 1,296 eligible students on April 27, 2020. The CARES Act funds were disbursed to students via the refund preference they had selected through BankMobile on their Wittenberg OneCard. No funds were set aside for future use.

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