Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy (SAP)
regarding eligibility for full aid benefits (required by the US Department of Education)
Notice of Availability of Institutional and Financial Aid Information25
Financial Aid Practices at Cedarville University27
Cost of Attendance28
Net Price Calculator29
Federal Student Aid Penalties for Drug Law Violations30
Student Financial Assistance Opportunities31
Non-Ohio State Grant Assistance32
PELL Grant Information33
Student Loan Information34
Initial Loan Counseling for Student Borrowers35
Exit Counseling for Student Borrowers36
National Student Loan Data System37
Withdrawal Refund Policy and Return of Financial Aid to Title IV Policy 38
Institutional Code of Conduct for Educational Loan Administration39
Cedarville University provides information on the Availability of different types of financial aid.
Special Provisions for Books and Supplies under Title IV
Federal regulations (34 CFR 668.164(i))dictate that if an undergraduate student has a T-IV credit balance on their account 10 days prior to the semester, they are able to use their credit balance amount to obtain their books and supplies through the 7th day of the payment period. The school may use the actual costs of books and supplies or allowance for those materials used in estimating the student’s cost of attendance for the period.
A student may opt out of the book voucher by simply not utilizing the established process in place. If a student does opt out, your T-IV credit balance will be issued to you through the normal process.
In addition, Cedarville University allows all undergraduate students to receive a voucher for books and supplies. There is a $1,000 cap on the limit. If a student has an invoice above this amount, on a case-by-case basis, with Cashier authorization, the limit may be increased. The timeframe to use the voucher is from the first week of August through the first week of September.
Contact information is provided for assistance in obtaining financial aid information.
Cedarville University understands the life-changing value of a world-class, Christ-centered education. Paying for that experience can seem complicated and challenging. Cedarville University is committed to making its programs accessible and affordable for families. This financial aid website is designed to answer questions and connect students and families with resources.
Information is provided on the cost of attending Cedarville University.
The Net Price Calculator is a tool of the financial aid office, provided by College Board, with the intended goal to make it easier for students and their parents to estimate their net price of attending a college after estimated financial aid. A link is provided to use the Net Price Calculator and information is provided to help students and families understand its use.
In compliance with the Drug Free Schools and Communities Act of 1989, Cedarville University takes the necessary steps to ensure a drug free school. Students are not allowed to use, purchase, share, or possess alcoholic beverages, tobacco products, or any illegal drug, on or off campus. Students are also prohibited from recreational drug use, misusing legally prescribed medications, or using synthetic street drugs or medical marijuana. Students are notified of significant health risks associated with the improper use of certain substances, including, but not limited to, physical and mental dependency, damage to the heart and lungs, and, in some cases, death. More information may be found in the Student Handbook under “Alcohol and Illegal and Harmful Substances.” Information is provided on financial aid eligibility related to criminal convictions.
Information is provided about the assistance available from Federal, State, Local, and Institutional Programs.
A link is provided to the U.S. Department of Education website where students may see what state grant assistance is available to them from their home state.
Information is provided in a report on the Institutional Research website to determine the number of PELL students at Cedarville University and the outcomes of PELL students compared to non-PELL students.
Information is provided to help students find student loan information, including a link to the FAFSA website.
A link is provided to help students complete the required Initial Loan Counseling for Student Borrowers.
A link is provided to help students complete the required Exit Counseling for Student Borrowers.
A link is provided to the National Student Loan Data System to allow students to track debt.
Information is provided about the withdrawal tuition refund policy and schedule and the policy for the return of financial aid (Return to Title IV Policy - R2T4).
Cedarville University has adopted the Institutional Code of Conduct for Educational Loan Administration in accordance with the Higher Education Opportunity Act (H.R. 4137) as signed into law on August 14, 2008. This applies to the officers, employees, and agents of the institution. Information is provided about this code of conduct.