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Despite having been created to equal the playing field for a traditionally disadvantaged population, Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) are facing inequities in funding from federal, state, and local resources, according to the American Council on Education (ACE).

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For one of the oldest Title IV programs, administration of the Federal Pell Grant program can become pretty complicated. Ensure your confidence in Title IV administration and compliance. This facilitated online course starts with the basics and the Pell formulas. Advanced topics include recalculation options and policies, transfer students, and Year-Round Pell. The Iraq and Afghanistan Service Grant (IASG) is also covered in the class. Whether you are new to financial aid or need a refresher, this is the training opportunity for you. This course starts February 19 and seats fill quickly. Register now.

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There's a rumor that Title IV aid only affects the financial aid office. Join us at 2:00 p.m. ET on February 5 as we discuss this, and a few other myths, regarding Title IV aid administration and how a NASFAA peer review can help dispel them across your institution. Register today for this complimentary webinar.

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