Financial Aid Code of Conduct
This Code of Conduct is intended to ensure that the relationships between providers of education loans and other forms of financial aid to students of the Connecticut Community College System and the representatives of the Community Colleges with whom they deal are free from all conflicts of interest, actual and perceived. Students of the Community Colleges or, in appropriate cases, their parents, shall be the sole beneficiaries of all forms of financial aid. Learn More
Satisfactory Academic Progress
In March 2005, the Connecticut Community Colleges approved a uniform academic progress standard for all students receiving student financial aid at all of the 12 community colleges. Learn More
As of July 2000, students who withdraw from college will be required to repay half of their unused federal funds, such as the Pell Grant. Learn More
The Higher Education Act of 1965 (HEA), as amended by the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 (HEOA), requires institutions to annually notify students of their right to receive various consumer information items. This includes many disclosure and reporting requirements for colleges and universities.