What is Title IVD?
Established in 1975 under a new part D of Title IV of the Social Security Act, the government program, usually called the Title IV-D program is a Federal/State partnership whose primary mission is to enforce child support obligations against non-custodial parents.
What are IVD services?
“Title IV-D,” specifically, refers to state-run child support enforcement programs, which help parents establish paternity, initiate new child support orders, and collect unpaid child support, among other services.
What does Title IV-E pay for?
Under Title IV-E of the Social Security Act, states, territories, and tribes are entitled to claim partial federal reimbursement for the cost of providing foster care, adoption assistance, and kinship guardianship assistance to children who meet federal eligibility criteria.
What is federal funds authorization?
A signed authorization permits the university to apply any excess Title IV funds to existing non‐allowable charges as well as any future non‐allowable charges during the loan period.
What is the prior year debt authorization?
If aid is sufficient to pay both the current year educational costs and a previous year account balance, students can submit the Online Prior-Year Debt Request Form to allow financial aid funds to be used to pay the balance.
What does excess student funds mean?
Excess funds are any credit balance (funds remaining) on your student account after your tuition and fees have been paid. Funds are first applied to your tuition and fee charges. Any remaining funds (excess funds) are disbursed to you, the student.
How do I know if I received financial aid?
To check the status of your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®) form, go to fafsa.gov and select the “Log In” button. To check on the status of financial aid being disbursed to you or your account, check with the financial aid office at your college or career school.