NSLDSNational Student Loan Data System
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Around 10,890 BPS:04/09 cohort members (65 percent of the sample) had identifiable records in NSLDS, excluding those with Parent PLUS loans only.
Comparison of Enrollment and Borrowing in NCES and NSLDS
Table 2 provides a basic comparison of the enrollment data from the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), which is the primary public source for measuring college enrollment, with NSLDS data.
The fact that there are almost 40 percent more for-profit borrowers (from NSLDS data) than reported for-profit students (from NCES data) is one indication that the NCES enrollment figures understate the number of nontraditional borrowers (see the first two columns of the lower panel of table 2).
* Enrollment verification for the National Student Loan Data System (NSLDS): The UR system would be used to verify enrollment for students who are receiving federal student loans.
Although the technical issues could present a problem, these schools currently find a way to do uniform reporting for FSA financial aid eligibility and NSLDS loan deferment.
In addition to examining the issues of preferred lender lists and prohibited inducements, the task force will discuss the use of the NSLDS.
Institutions providing corrections must include an explanation in NSLDS of the reason a student should be included or excluded from the completer list and a description of what documentation the institution has to support the correction.
The chapters are: (1) "School-Based Requirements"; (2) "Citizenship"; (3) "NSLDS Financial Aid History"; (4) "Social Security Administration"; (5) "Selective Service"; (6) "Expected Family Contribution"; (7) "Financial Need and Packaging"; and (8) "Overpayments and Overawards." (SLD)
Contract Descripton:The Integrated Student Experience Initiative is comprised of website consolidation, maintenance and updates (studentaid.gov), new media and mobile/tablet platforms In a phased approach, ISE will provide an improved experience for the users of the current 14 student-facing websites (college.gov (retired), students.gov (retired), studentaid.ed.gov, ombudsman.ed.gov, federalstudentaid.ed.gov, fafsa.gov, studentloans.gov, myeddebt.com, direct.ed.gov, teach-ats.ed.gov, loanconsolidation.ed.gov, nslds.ed.gov and pin.ed.gov).
The chapters are: (1) "The Student Financial Aid Programs"; (2) "General Institutional Responsibilities"; (3)"Obtaining Authorization for Campus-Based Funding"; (4) "Requesting, Managing, and Returning Title IV Funds"; (5) "Accounting Procedures for Title IV Programs"; (6) "Title IV Reporting, NSLDS, Audit, Program Review, and Guaranty Agency Procedures.