The Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 - Higher Education Act of 1965 (HEA), as amended by the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 (HEOA), requires colleges and universities to publicly disclose various aspects of their policies and procedures. The information provided is to aid families in making the best college decision possible for them and their future.
Student’s Right to Know - A disclosure requirement is information that a post-secondary education institution is required to distribute or make available to another party, such as students or employees. A reporting requirement is information submitted to the U.S. Department of Education or other agencies. Disclosure and reporting requirements sometimes overlap. For certain topics, institutions are required to make information available to students or others and to submit information to the Department of Education.
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Cost and Tuition
The estimated Cost of Attendance (also known as a student budget) is a guide to help students anticipate the price of attending Embry-Riddle Worldwide for one academic year and is based on full-time enrollment. The estimated Cost of Attendance (COA) expenses include tuition, fees, books, supplies, room and board, and the student's living costs while attending school. Undergraduate and graduate costs are based off of a full-time, four-term enrollment period. Each student's cost of attendance is made up of both direct and indirect costs and is also used to determine financial aid eligibility. Additional fees may apply to some students as each student’s situation is different.
Students who are currently enrolled and needing to defer student loans will automatically be reported to the National Clearing House at the beginning of the month following the start of their enrollment. Lenders can verify this information through the National Clearing House. If a lender requires a loan deferment form to be filled out, it can be found on respective lender's website or the student may contact their lender directly. Students must complete Sections I-IV and then fax the form to 386-323-5078 attention Registrar Office, or they may email the completed form in PDF format to Worldwide.Transcripts@erau.edu. The lender's fax number and Student ID are required on the top of the Loan Deferment Form. The form will be processed within 24-48 business hours.
Helpful tools to help understand money management, learn what a budget is and how it can help you stay on track with your goals before, during and after college.
- Financial Literacy
- Money Management & Budgeting Playlist
- Debt and Borrowing Money
- Credit and Identity Theft
- Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
- Net Price Calculator
- Tax Information for Students
A variety of federal and private loan options exist to students who meet diverse qualifications including degree of study, past accomplishments, financial status, and other such criteria.
Military and Veteran Benefits
Embry-Riddle offers various funding options for military and veterans.
Student Financial Services
The Student Financial Services Department (formerly Bursar Department) oversees the billing and collection of student accounts.
Student Loan Dispute
Embry-Riddle Worldwide students are provided an opportunity to express any complaints, grievances, or disputes through the Embry-Riddle Worldwide support system. See a more detailed explanation of the Embry-Riddle Worldwide Student Complaint Process in the catalog.
Please Note: Students seeking loan repayment or complaints relating to student loans or student loan servicers may also contact your appropriate state advocacy.
For Washington State residents: Washington State residents seeking information and resources about student loan repayment or seeking to submit a complaint relating to your student loans or student loan servicer, please visit www.wsac.wa.gov/loan-advocacy or contact the student loan advocate at email@example.com.
If you’re in a dispute about your federal student aid, contact the Federal Student Aid Ombudsman Group as a last resort. The Ombudsman Group is dedicated to helping resolve disputes related to the federal student aid programs, including Direct Loans, Federal Family Education Loan (FFEL) Program loans, Perkins Loans, and grant programs.
Worldwide Dean of Students Office
The Worldwide Dean of Students Office advocates and provides oversight of student development and services. In addition to the adjudication of non-academic student conduct violations, the Dean of Students Office also listens to student concerns, clarifies policies and procedures, and strives to resolve student issues.
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