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This document details our policies and regulations on the management of financial aid funds, documents, and practices.
Our tuition and fees refund policy applies to all university programs and activities. This document provides details of that policy and its related procedures and schedules.
Students are required to maintain satisfactory progress to be eligible for financial aid. This document explains that policy.
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Capella University is authorized by The Higher Learning Commission, Member of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools as a degree completion institution. This means that students must have completed prior undergraduate work before being accepted into Capella University's undergraduate programs. Capella University recognizes and performs "Course and Credit Evaluations" to determine how many undergraduate credits will transfer into Capella University. Capella University's Financial Aid Support Team uses the following standards when determining grade level eligibility for student loans based on prior credits. Learners who transfer in:
Grade Level 1
Grade Level 2
Grade Level 3
Grade Level 4
This policy is intended to provide clear and consistent directions, guidelines, responsibilities, and accountabilities associated with course registration-related activities.
Federal regulations require Capella to provide an Annual Security Report to all current and prospective learners and employees. This report contains crime statistics for the previous three calendar years, plus policies, procedures, and program disclosures related to safety and security. For a printed copy, contact email@example.com.
If you have any questions about these policies — or about financial aid in general — feel free to reach out to an enrollment counselor at 866.808.8681 or contact us.