Student Rights and Responsibilities
Students have the right to know:
- Office of Financial Aid location, hours and counseling procedures.
- The financial aid programs available at Bryn Mawr College.
- The application procedures and deadlines.
- The criteria for selecting financial aid recipients.
- The criteria for determining need.
- The method for determining the amounts and types of awards.
- The costs that were considered in determining eligibility for aid.
- The method and timing of financial aid payments.
- The basis for determining satisfactory academic progress to continue receiving financial aid and what happens when progress
is not made.
- The portion of aid that must be repaid, the portion that is grant, and the portion that must be earned through employment.
- If offered a Federal Work Study award, the nature of the job, the required number of work hours, job duties, the pay, and the method and timing of payments.
- Financial aid applications are confidential. Information concerning financial aid applicants will be released only to agencies that require
the information for scholarship considerations and only when authorized by the student.
Students are responsible for:
- Completing all application forms accurately and submitting them on time to the appropriate place.
- Providing all documentation, verification, corrections and/or other scholarship information requested by the Office of Financial Aid or other scholarship agencies.
- Reporting enrollment changes to the Office of Financial Aid.
- Reading and understanding all forms that are distributed and retain copies.
- Performing the work that is agreed upon if a work-study position is offered and accepted.
- Reporting name and address changes directly to the Registrar and lenders of all educational loans received.
- When filing U.S. taxes, include as taxable income all grant aid that exceeds the cost of tuition, fees, books and supplies.