POLICY AND PROCEDURES for the CARES ACT
Even distribution (total student emergency amount divided by number of students)
As a result of the recent pandemic Covid-D the US Department of Education has made emergency funds available to students through schools submitting for these at grants.gov. The school has filled out all necessary information and successfully submitted to website. Mister Wayne’s School of Unisex Hair Design will administer those funds to students that have filled out the COVID-19 Certification form and are eligible.
It is the intent of Mister Wayne’s School of Unisex Hair Design to allow each student to answer the question of a changing family financial situation due to coronavirus which will make that student eligible to receive funds.
Once all Certification Forms are returned, we will calculate how many students indicate need and divide that number by the total amount of funds that are to be distributed to students.
This emergency student funding is only available to students that are enrolled and attending classes as of 03/14/2020. Students on an Approved Leave of Absence are also allowed to participate in the survey and receive funds.
Mister Wayne’s School of Unisex Hair Design feels this is the best way to distribute these funds and the most effective way to make sure that those that need the help receive it. The school will not discriminate in the disbursement of funds.
We will ask all students for a current address so the checks can be mailed to students if necessary.
- VIEW THE STUDENT CARES HEERF CERTIFICATION FORM
- VIEW OUR HIGHER EDUCATION EMERGENCY RELIEF FUND GUIDANCE - 5/26/20
- VIEW OUR HIGHER EDUCATION EMERGENCY RELIEF FUND II REPORT – CRRSAA - 06/25/21
- HIGHER EDUCATION EMERGENCY RELIEF FUND II REPORT – CRRSAA - 10/28/21
- HIGHER EDUCATION EMERGENCY RELIEF FUND II REPORT – ARP - 12/16/21
For those who qualify, student financial assistance is available through the Vocational Rehabilitation Act, the Veterans Administration, Pell Grants, Direct Loans and PLUS loans. Fair and equal consideration is given without regard to race, color, sex, religion, national origin, age or disability.
Students who wish to be considered for federal financial aid must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) each year. Students may complete a FAFSA at Mister Wayne's. You can also submit a FAFSA application online at www.fafsa.ed.gov. Completing the FAFSA online will reduce processing time. Please include Mister Wayne's as a recipient of your information when completing Step 6 of the FAFSA. Our institutional code number is 016075.
Our financial aid officer is happy to help with any questions or assist anyone who does not have access to the Internet. For more information, call us at (931) 526-1478 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.