CARES Act Disclosures
Asurrance and Acknowledgement
Baldwin Beauty School signed and returned to the U.S. Department of Education the required Certification and Agreement with the assurance that no less than 50% of the total funds received under Section 18004(a)(1) of the CARES Act will be provided to our students as an Emergency Financial Aid Grant.
Baldwin Beauty School is providing these funds to our neediest students based on their enrollment. To receive funds a student must be enrolled during the “covered Period” and eligible to receive Federal Student Aid (FSA).
Title IV Eligible students as well as students who may be eligible for Title IV financial assistance:
- Eligible: FAFSA on file and eligible to receive Federal Student Aid (FSA). This population comprised 100 students. Students are added to Eligible as their FAFSAs are received when they meet all eligibility criteria.
- May be eligible: No FAFSA on file and attending Full-time at Baldwin Beauty School They may have to complete their FAFSA and be eligible to receive FSA. This population comprised 30 students.
Both groups have to complete an affirmation process via e-signature or signed attestation by email or fax. Currently, there is no deadline for students to complete these requirements.
Students emailed were provided a link through the college portal to a form where they were asked to respond with a signed Attestation – “I have incurred expenses related to the disruption of campus operation due to the National Emergency caused by the COVID-19 Virus”
Instructions, Directions and Guidance provided to students
Multiple email notices of eligibility or potential eligibility have been sent since May 12, 2020. Multiple text messages were sent to the student population from the Institution’s Student Management Software requesting students to check their emails or to establish communication with a school official if they could not locate any of the emails with instructions on how to determine eligibility and complete the required documentation. The Attestation is available here.
This reporting is in accordance with guidance provided by Federal Student Aid Office of Post-secondary Education. First Report is due 30 days from receipt of funds from ED, with subsequent reporting due every 45 days thereafter.
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