Summary: Enrollment requirements for 1997-98 Renewal Application process
Author: CPS - Central Processing System (CPS)
To: EDE Destination Points
From: CPS Customer Service
Subject: Enrollment requirements for 1997-98 Renewal
In the 1997-98 Action Letter #1 (9/6/96), EDE participants were
advised that to participate in the Renewal Application process for the
1997-98 academic year, their destination point needed to be
productional in either Renewal Applications or electronic ISIR's for
either the 1996-97 or the 1997-98 processing cycle for their TG5 ID.
In addition to this requirement, participating schools must also
ensure their institution code has an active enrollment status
specifically for Renewal Applications. This would be designated on
an institution's participation agreement filed with Title IV WAN.
Not being enrolled in Renewal Applications may generate an error
message or rejected batch when trying to make a Renewal
Application Data (RAD) request, as detailed in Action Letter #1.
Users making On-Line Query RAD requests should take particular
note of this, as error messages notifying of this problem will only
appear on Type 2 (Institution SSN Requests) screens. Although this
enrollment issue also applies to Type 1 (All Records for Destination),
Type 3 (All Records for Particular Institution) and Type 4 (All
Records for Destination Point by Grade Level) requests, associated
error messages will NOT occur during the process of making those
types of requests. Instead, these types of requests will receive a
rejected batch when CPS starts processing the request during the
week of November 4th.
To check which services your institution code is enrolled in, please
refer to your copy of Enclosure G of Action Letter #7, or contact
Title IV WAN customer service at 1-800-615-1189.
If you have any questions on the Renewal Application process,
please call CPS Customer Service at 1-800-330-5947, option 8.