Students Rights and Responsibilities.
- To inspect and review personal financial aid records.
- To know what financial aid programs are available at Evergreen Valley College.
- To be informed of financial aid policies, procedures, and deadlines.
- To know when financial aid is disbursed, how decisions on that disbursement are made, and the basis for those decisions.
- To know how your financial aid eligibility was determined, what information and resources were used to calculate your EFC and need.
- To be informed of the institution’s Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy.
- To know what portion of the award offered must be repaid (loans), what portion is grant aid, and what portion must be earned through work.
- Maintain Satisfactory Academic Progress.
- Complete all application forms accurately and truthfully.
- Provide correct information. (Misrepresentation of information on financial aid applications is a violation of Federal Law and may be a criminal offense.)
- Submit all documentation as requested by the Financial Aid Office in a timely manner.
- Read and understand all forms that are signed and keep copies.
- Accept responsibility for all agreements signed.
- Understand the requirements of the academic program selected.
- Meet with a counselor in order to develop a Comprehensive Educational Plan that should be followed.
- If awarded Federal Work-Study and placed on a job, satisfactorily perform the duties assigned.
- Notify the Financial Aid Office of any unusual circumstances that may not have been reflected on the FAFSA.
- Report any changes in educational resources such as scholarships or veterans benefits that occur during the academic year.
- Report changes of name, address, and/or phone number immediately to Admissions and Records Office.
- Notify the Financial Aid Office immediately upon complete withdrawal of school.
- Read and understand the college’s refund policy and the financial aid repayment policy (Return to Title IV).
- Repay loan funds and interest when due.
- Read all financial aid correspondence.
Student Privacy 101: FERPA for Parents and Students