Certificate Programs and Majors Not Eligible for Title IV Funding (Financial Aid)


The following certificate programs do not meet the U.S. Department of Educations’ eligibility requirements. 

Students enrolled in one of the following certificate programs will not be eligible to receive Title IV Funding (Financial Aid)

- Air Conditioning, Heating & Refrigeration Technology

- Automotive Mechanics (Automotive Systems Technology)

- Business Administration-Customer Service

- Boat Building (Wooden)

- Carpentry

- Collision Repair & Refinishing Technology

- Community Spanish Interpreter-Medical

- Community Spanish Interpreter-Legal

- Criminal Justice Technology

- Criminal Justice Technology-Industrial Security

- Electrical-Electronics Technology

- Electronics Engineering Technology

- Industrial Systems Technology

- Landscape Gardening

- Landscape Gardening-Retention Pond Management

- Licensed Practical Nursing (LPN) Refresher

- Manicuring-Nail Technology

- Marine & Diesel Mechanics (Heavy Equipment & Transport Technology-Marine Systems Concentration)

- Mechanical Engineering Technology (CAD Drafting)

- Phlebotomy

- Real Estate

- Sustainability Technologies-Sustainability Technology

- Sustainability Technologies-Sustainable Building Technologies

- Sustainability Technologies-Alternative Energy Technology

- Truck Driver Training

- Welding Technology

Other Programs Not Eligible for Title IV Funding (Financial Aid)

- Special Credit (Major)


NOTE: Associate in General Education (AGE) Program – No financial assistance is available for free elective courses taken from curriculum programs that are ineligible for financial aid unless the courses are required for the completion of the diploma and / or degree programs in the same discipline.

Rev. 6/21/13

Important Dates

Spring Semester 2015

  • Jan 5-23: Students may charge in the bookstore
  • Jan 8: Classes begin - Full and First mini sessions
  • Feb 20: Financial Aid checks mailed
  • March 5: Students may charge in bookstore for 2nd mini session
  • March 6: Classes begin - Second mini session
  • March 20: Financial Aid checks mailed for second loan disbursement
  • March 27: Financial Aid checks mailed for 2nd mini session
  • April 10: Financial Aid checks mailed for second loan disbursement (2nd mini session only)

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