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What is Unusual Enrollment History?

The U.S. Department of Education has rules to prevent fraud and abuse in Federal Aid Programs by identifying students with "unusual enrollment histories". Unusual enrollment history is when a student enrolls at a school, receives federal student aid, fails to complete any classes and then goes to another school.

Some students with an unusual enrollment history have legitimate reasons for attending multiple schools. However, the enrollment history requires the Financial Aid Office to review your file to determine future Federal financial aid eligibility. If selected by the Department of Education, this must be resolved before you will receive financial aid.
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