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2015-2016_ ___________________________________________________________ EASTERN IDAHO TECHNICAL COLLEGE
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the information and meet separately with the student and others
as needed and then will render a decision within five (5) working
days. Written notice of the decision will be sent to the
complainant.
If the complainant is not satisfied with the decision, he/she may
request a review by the Campus Appeals Committee. See Steps
3 and 4 of the
Student Appeal Procedures
as published in the
Student Handbook
.
If a complaint is brought by a student regarding denial or
modification of an accommodation, academic adjustment,
and/or auxiliary aid request, the decision of the Disability
Resources and Services Coordinator to provide or deny said
accommodation shall be implemented until such time as a
formal resolution of the grievance procedure is achieved.
If a faculty member shall refuse to provide an accommodation,
academic adjustment, and/or auxiliary aid in accordance with the
Disability Resources and Services Coordinator’s written notice,
the student should first request the Disability Resources and
Services Coordinator’s assistance in resolving the dispute. The
request should be made in writing within ten (10) working days
after the faculty member’s refusal to provide the
accommodation, academic adjustment, and/or auxiliary aid. The
Disability Resources and Services Coordinator will meet with
the faculty member, the division manager, and other faculty
and administration officials as appropriate in order to attempt to
resolve the complaint.
In the event the Disability Resources and Services Coordinator
is unable to resolve the complaint within five (5) working days
of the request, he/she will refer the matter to the Vice President
of Instruction and Student Affairs. It is the Disability Resource
and Services Coordinator’s responsibility to notify the student of
such action and to provide all pertinent information to the Vice
President of Instruction and Student Affairs.
The Vice President of Instruction and Student Affairs will review
the information and meet separately with the student and others
as needed and then will render a decision within five (5) working
days. Written notice of the decision will be sent to the
complainant.
If the complainant is not satisfied with the decision, he/she may
request a review by the Campus Appeals Committee. See Steps
3 and 4 of the
Student Appeal Procedures
in the
Student
Handbook.
FINANCIAL AID
Financial aid can make an EITC education a reality for many
students. Many of our students qualify for some type of
financial assistance. Financial assistance includes scholarships,
grants, loans, and work-study. To begin the financial aid process,
complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
Applicants must be U.S. citizens or eligible non-citizens, degree/
certificate seeking students, and in good standing.
APPLICATION PRIORITY DEADLINES
Fall – June 1st
Spring – November 1st
Summer – February 1st
In order to meet the priority deadlines, all information must be
turned in correct, complete, and ready to award by the priority
date for the semester you wish to be awarded. Applications may
still be submitted after the deadline; however registration fees
must be paid by fee payment deadlines.
FINANCIAL AID APPLICATION PROCEDURE
Follow the steps listed on our website at:
In order to begin the financial aid process, each student is
required to complete the Free Application for Federal Student
Aid (FAFSA) at
. By entering EITC school code
(011133) on your FAFSA, EITC will receive your FAFSA
information. If other documents are required a letter will be sent
from the Financial Aid Office. All required forms can be printed
from our website and submitted to the EITC Financial Aid
Office.
Awarding Financial Aid
Awards are based on the information a student reported on their
Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Eligibility
for these awards may change if new information is received,
including information EITC may receive with regard to
Satisfactory Academic Progress. EITC reserves the right to
adjust your awards.
All awards are based upon the assumption of full-time
enrollment and acceptance in an eligible program at EITC.
Completely withdrawing from all classes at any time during the
period of the award may be subject to repayment of any finan-
cial aid received. All sources of non-federal funding are only
estimates.
Summer Awards
Summer term financial aid is unique in awarding from fall and
spring semesters. Summer awards are limited to a student’s re-
maining eligibility from the current academic year. If a student
used their full annual eligibility for Pell Grant and student loans
in Fall and Spring, then the student may not have any remaining
eligibility for Summer term.
Pell Grant Duration of Eligibility
There is a limit on the total number of years a student may
receive a Pell grant, known as Pell Grant Lifetime Eligibility, to
the equivalent of six years. The duration of eligibility to receive
a Pell grant has been reduced from 18 semesters (or its
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