Financial aid policies
SCAD has authorized the National Student Clearinghouse to provide degree verifications.
Financial policy for withdrawal 2016-17
Students demonstrate their intent to withdraw from a course by completing the electronic withdrawal form available in MySCAD.
Financial aid appeals
Students with extenuating circumstances, such as personal illness, injury or death in the family may appeal in writing for reinstatement of financial aid lost due to unsatisfactory academic progress.
Financial aid records policy
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 is a federal law designed to protect the privacy of a student's educational records.
Satisfactory academic progress policy 2016-17
All students receiving Federal Title IV financial aid, Georgia state financial aid or SCAD grant aid must adhere to the university's policy on satisfactory academic progress.
Book provision policy 2016-17
Pell Grant recipients may be eligible for finances to purchase books and supplies prior to the end of the first week of class.
Concurrent enrollment and transient status
A student who wishes to be degree-seeking at two or more postsecondary institutions concurrently may receive federal/state financial aid at only one college.
Conflicts of interest of financial aid staff
Employees working in the financial aid office may not engage in activities that present a conflict of interest while serving as an agent of the university administering private educational loans.