Description of Data Element 01253





NAME:         Financial Aid Award Program Identifier                            



NUMBER:       01253                                                             



FILES/TABLES: SFA                                                               



INTENT:                                                                         
   Student Financial Aid Reporting                                              
   Legislative Reporting                                                        



DEFINITION:                                                                     
   A code to identify the financial aid program from which the                  
   student has received an award.                                               



EDIT:                                                                           
   DIAGNOSTIC MESSAGE                                     ERROR LEVEL           
   FED FUNDED PROGRAM & 01255 NE F                        CRITICAL              
        SFA                                                                     
   INST FUNDED PROGRAM & 01255 NE I,W,L                   CRITICAL              
        SFA                                                                     
   MISSING OR INVALID                                     CRITICAL              
        SFA                                                                     
   OTHER FUNDING SOURCE & 01255 NE O                      CRITICAL              
        SFA                                                                     
   PELL AWARD > MAXIMUM AWARD FOR THE YEAR                CRITICAL              
        SFA                                                                     
   PRIV FUNDED PROGRAM & 01255 NE P                       CRITICAL              
        SFA                                                                     
   STATE FUNDED PROGRAM & 01255 NE S                      CRITICAL              
        SFA                                                                     
   FREQUENCY COUNTS WILL BE PERFORMED ON                  FREQUENCY             
        SFA                                                                     



TABLE VALUES:                                                                   
                  0** Grants                                                    
                       This category of financial assistance includes           
                  awards that are made outright (require no repayment in        
                  service or cash). Tuition waviers or remissions for           
                  students represent a type of financial assistance and,        
                  for the purpose of this data reporting form, are in-          
                  cluded in the Grants category. Scholoarships (awards          
                  based on skills and/or academic attainment) are not to        
                  be reported in the category.                                  
   001            Grants-Federal-PELL                                           
                  Federal entitlement need based funds afforded to under-       
                  graduate students to defray educational expenses.             
                  (Federally funded)                                            
   002            Grants-Federal-SEOG                                           
                  Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant -                  
                  an award of federal funds afforded to undergraduates          
                  by the institution to defray educational expenses.            
                  (Federally funded)                                            
   003            Grants-Federal-Other                                          
                  Included all other federal grants not previously ident-       
                  ified, i.e. Bureau of Indian Affairs Grants, etc.             
                  (Federally funded)                                            
   004            Grants-State-FPSAG                                            
                  Florida Public Student Assistance Grant -                     
                  state monies awarded based on need, to undergraduates         
                  to defray educational expenses. (State funded)                
   005            Grants-Other State Sources                                    
                  Money afforded to students from other state aid               
                  programs not previously identified to defray                  
                  educational expenses.  (State funded)                         
   006            Grants-Institutional                                          
                  Money afforded to students by the university to defray        
                  educational expenses. (Institutionally funded)                
   007            Grants-Private                                                
                  Money afforded to students from various segments of the       
                  private sector to defray educational expenses.                
                  (Privately funded)                                            
   008            Grants-All Other                                              
                  Money afforded to students, from sources other than           
                  PELL, SEOG, state, private or institutional, including        
                  out-of-state, sources, to defray educational expenses.        
                  (other funding, i.e. county municipality)                     
   009            Grants-Tuition Waivers                                        
                  Those fees assessed but not collected from the student,       
                  because of a fee waiver as provided in Florida Adminis-       
                  trative Code, chapter 6C-7. (all funding sources)             
   010            Grants-Vocational Rehabilitation                              
                  Authorized in the Rehabilitation Act of 1973                  
                  matching state/federal funding. (Federally funded)            
   011            Critical Teacher Shortage Tuition Reimbursement Prg           
                  Provides financial support to publicly funded school          
                  employees who hold a valid Fl Teacher's Certificate or        
                  Fl Department of Health License by assisting them with        
                  the repayment of undergraduate and graduate educational       
                  courses that will lead to certification in a critical         
                  teacher shortage subject area. (State Funded)                 
   012            First Generation Matching Grant Program                       
                  The First Generation Matching Program (FGMG) provides         
                  need-based grants to undergraduate students who are           
                  enrolled in state universities and whose parents have         
                  not earned baccalaureate degrees. Available state funds       
                  are contingent upon matching contributions from private       
                  sources on a dollar-for-dollar basis. (State Funded)          
   013            National Smart Grant                                          
                  A National SMART Grant will provide up to $4,000 for          
                  each of the third and fourth years of undergraduate           
                  study to full-time students who are U.S. citizens,            
                  eligible for a Federal Pell Grant, and majoring in            
                  physical, life, or computer sciences, mathematics,            
                  technology, or engineering or in a foreign launguage          
                  determined critical to national security.                     
                  (Federally Funded)                                            
   014            Academic Competitiveness Grant (ACG)                      <   
                  This program is for full-time lower level undergraduate   <   
                  students who are Pell eligible U.S. citizens enrolled     <   
                  in an eligible program, i.e. undergraduate program        <   
                  leading to an associate's or bachelor's degree or a       <   
                  graduate program that includes at least three academic    <   
                  years of undergraduate study.  Graduate program partic-   <   
                  ipant eligibility is limited to the duration of the       <   
                  undergraduate status.  Students must have completed a     <   
                  rigorous secondary school program similar to the State    <   
                  Scholars Initiative or an Advanced Placement (AP) or      <   
                  International Baccalaureate (IB) courses and test         <   
                  scores or Florida Bright Futures program.  First          <   
                  acedemic year award is up to $750.  Second acedemic       <   
                  year award is up to $1300.  (Federally funded)            <   
                  1** Loans                                                     
                       This category of financial assistance includes           
                  awards that require repayment. The category has two           
                  sub-categories. Repayable by Cash Only; and Repay-            
                  able by Cash or Service (or both).                            
   101            Loans-Federal-Perkins Loans                                   
                  Low interest loans distributed by the institution to          
                  students to defray educational expenses.  These loans         
                  are made to undergraduate and graduate students.              
                  (Federally funded)                                            
   102            Loans-Federal-FFELP                                           
                  Federal Family Education Loan Program                         
                  subsidized and unsubsidized Stafford loans.  Federally        
                  insured low interest loans afforded to students to            
                  defray educational expenses.  These loans are made to         
                  undergraduate and graduate students. (Federally funded)       
   103            Loans-Federal-FFELP Plus                                      
                  Federal family education loan program - plus                  
                  loans meant to provide additional funds for educational       
                  expenses. This loan, made by a private lender,is avail-       
                  able to parents of dependent undergraduate, independent       
                  undergraduate and graduate students. (Federally funded)       
   104            Loans-Federal-Health Professions                              
                  Program designed to assist students in the fields of          
                  medicine, osteopathy, dentistry, veterinary medicine,         
                  optometry, pharmacy, nursing & pediatrics by providing        
                  long-term, low-interest loans. (Federally funded)             
   105            Loans-Federal-HEAL                                            
                  Health Education Assistance Loan (HEAL)                       
                  a federal loan provided to students in Health Education       
                  (Federally funded)                                            
   107            Loans-Federal-Other                                           
                  Loans provided to students from federal sources               
                  not previously identified to defray education expenses,       
                  i.e. Federal law Enforcement Educational Loan, etc.           
                  (Federally funded)                                            
   108            Loans-State                                                   
                  Loans provided by the state of Florida to defray educ-        
                  ational expenses. (State funded)                              
   109            Loans-Institutional (Long Term)                               
                  Low interest loans to students provided by the                
                  university to defray educational expenses.                    
                  (Institutionally funded)                                      
   110            Loans-Private                                                 
                  Low interest loans afforded to students from private          
                  lenders to defray educational expenses.  (Privately           
                  funded)                                                       
   111            Federal-Loan-FDLP                                             
                  William D. Ford Federal Direct Loan Program                   
                  subsidized and unsubsidized Stafford loans - low              
                  interest loans afforded to students to defray educa-          
                  tional expenses. These loans are made by the federal          
                  government. (Federally funded)                                
   112            Federal-Loan-FDLP Plus                                        
                  William D. Ford Federal Direct Loan Program Plus              
                  additional funds for educational expenses.  This loan         
                  is made by the federal government and is available to         
                  parents of dependent and independent undergraduate            
                  students and graduate students. (Federally funded)            
   113            Critical Teacher Shortage Student Loan Forgiveness Prg        
                  Provides financial assistance to eligible Florida             
                  teachers who hold a valid FL Teacher's Certification          
                  or FL Department of Health License by assisting them          
                  in the repayment of undergraduate and graduate                
                  educational loans that led to certification in a              
                  critical teacher shortage subject area. (State Funded)        
                  2** Scholarships                                              
                       This category of financial assistance includes           
                  awards to students which are outright (require no re-         
                  payment in service or cash) and are based on skills           
                  and academic attainments as a means of determining            
                  recipients.                                                   
   201            Scholarships - Federal                                        
                  Funds afforded to students from federal sources to            
                  defray educational expenses.                                  
                  (i.e. Federal Nursing Scholarships, etc.)                     
                  (Federally funded)                                            
   202            Scholarships-State-Florida Teacher Scholarship Loans          
                  Funds afforded to upper division students who are             
                  studying in areas of the teaching profession which are        
                  projected or critical teacher shortage areas.                 
                  (State funded)                                                
   203            Scholarships-State-Bright Futures - FAS                       
                  Florida Academic Scholars funds provided to students          
                  with outstanding high school academic achievement for         
                  attendance at a Florida public or non-public college or       
                  university. (State funded)                                    
   204            Scholarships - Other State                                    
                  Funds afforded to students from state sources other           
                  than those uniquely identified to defray educational          
                  expenses.  (State funded)                                     
   205            Scholarships - Institutional                                  
                  Funds afforded to students from institutional sources         
                  to defray educational expenses.                               
                  (Institutionally funded)                                      
   206            Scholarships - Private                                        
                  Funds afforded to students from private sources to            
                  defray educational expenses. (privately funded)               
   207            Scholarships - State - Bright Futures FMS                     
                  Florida Merit Scholars funds provided to students with        
                  meritorious high school academic achievement for              
                  attendance at a Florida public or non-public college          
                  or university. (State funded)                                 
   208            Scholarships - State - Bright Futures FGVS                    
                  Florida Gold Seal Vocational Scholars funds provided          
                  to students with outstanding High School Academic             
                  achievement and vocational preparation for attendance         
                  at a Florida public or non-public college or university       
                  (State funded)                                                
   209            Spouses and Children of Deceased Or Disabled Veterans         
                  Or Spouses and Children of Servicemen Classified As           
                  Prisoners of War Or Missing Scholarship                       
                  Scholarship for dependent children of Fl veterans or          
                  service members who died as a result of service               
                  connected injuries, diseases, or disabilities sustained       
                  while on active duty or have been verified by the FL          
                  Dept of Veterans' Affairs as having service-connected         
                  100% total and permanent disabilities. (State Funded)         
   210            Jose Marti Scholarship Challenge Grant                        
                  The Jose Marti Scholarship Challenge Grant fund is a          
                  need-based merit scholarship that provides financial          
                  assistance to eligible students of Hispanic origin who        
                  will attend FL public or private institutions.  (State        
                  and Privately Funded)                                         
   211            Mary McLeod Bethune Scholarship Program                       
                  Provides financial assistance to undergraduate                
                  students who meet scholastic requirements, demonstrate        
                  financial need, and attend Fl A & M University.               
                  (Privately Funded)                                            
   212            Robert C. Byrd Honors Scholarship Program                     
                  provides scholarships to outstanding high school              
                  graduates who show promise of continued academic              
                  achievement. (Federally Funded)                               
   213            Rosewood Family Scholarship Program                           
                  Provides student financial assistance for a maximum of        
                  twenty five eligible minority students who attend a           
                  state university, public community college or public          
                  postsecondary vocational-technical school. (Federally         
                  Funded)                                                       
   214            Ethics in Business Scholarship Program                        
                  Provides assistance to undegraduate college students          
                  who enroll at eligible independent postsecondary              
                  institutions.(State and Privately Funded)                     
                  3** Student Employment                                        
                       This category of financial assistance includes           
                  student work opportunities such as the College Work/          
                  Study Program, Graduate Assistantships, Student Assist-       
                  antships, or any other type of student employment at          
                  the institution.                                              
   301            Federal Student Employment-College Work Study                 
                  Funds derived from federal sources, available to under-       
                  graduate and graduate students.  (Federally funded)           
   302            State Student Employment-College Career Work Experience       
                  Funds derived from state sources, available to under-         
                  graduates.(State funded)                                      
   304            Public School Work Experience Program - PSWEP                 
                  State funded work experience program.  (State funded)         
   305            Work Study - institutionally funded.                          



DATABASE INFORMATION:                                                           
   PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION: X(3)                                                   
   COLUMN NAME:          AWARD_PROG_ID                                          
   SHORT NAME:           AWPROG                                                 



CREATE-CHANGE DATE:  05/03/07                                                   



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