The Terms and Conditions for Financial Aid include the availability of and different types of aid, loan terms and conditions, procedures to apply for aid, eligibility requirements, selection, and awarding criteria, disbursement, and student rights and responsibilities.
Terms and Conditions for Receiving Financial Aid
Applying for and Receiving Financial Aid
- Also see: Types of Aid
See our information on Work-Study and other jobs and see the Student Employment Office website at studentemployment.appstate.edu
Loan ManagementAppalachian makes all required federal student loan disclosures available and ensure the private education loan disclosure and self-certification form is made available to students requesting a private loan.
Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974:
Appalachian State University endorses and seeks to comply with all provisions of the "Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974" (FERPA) and all pertinent regulations. FERPA provides eligible students certain rights with respect to their education records. A student is covered under FERPA when they reach age 18 OR begin attending a postsecondary institution regardless of age or type of student.
- What is an Education Record?
- Student Rights Under FERPA
- Release of Student Information
- Parent Access
- Limitations of Student’s Right of Access
- Types and Locations of Education Records
- Other FERPA Resources
The College Scholarship Fraud Prevention Act of 2000 was passed to protect students against fraud by creating criminal guidelines for financial aid fraud. Never give out your social security number or bank information for a scholarship. Legitimate sponsors should provide contact information upon request. There is no need for any student to pay for college preparation or financial aid advice. High school counselors, college financial aid administrators, and the Federal Student Aid Information Center all provide help for free. If you believe you've been the victim of scholarship fraud, wish to file a complaint, or want more information, call 1 (877) FTC-HELP or visit the Federal Trade Commission website.