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Changes to 2000-2001 Action Letter #6 (GEN-99-40) and Dear Partner Letter, GEN-99-39, regarding who will receive a "Worksheet for Question 28" with their SARs

PublicationDate: 12/23/99
Summary: Changes to 2000-2001 Action Letter #6 (GEN-99-40) and Dear Partner Letter, GEN-99-39, regarding who will receive a "Worksheet for Question 28" with their SARs
Author: SAIS - Student Aid Information Service


Posted on December 23,1999

TO: All Destination Points
FROM: U.S. Department of Education
RE: Changes to 2000-2001 Action Letter #6 (GEN-99-40) and Dear Partner Letter, GEN-99-39, regarding who will receive a "Worksheet for Question 28" with their SARs

We have corrected the "Drug Edits and Comments" chart on page 8 of the 2000-2001 Action Letter #6 (GEN-99-40) and Dear Partner Letter, GEN-99-39, to accurately reflect which applicants will receive a "Worksheet for Question 28" (also referred to as the "Drug Worksheet") with their 2000-2001 Student Aid Reports (SAR).

Applicants who leave question 28 blank on their 2000-2001 FAFSAs, and students who answer question 28 with a "3" (meaning that a prior drug-related conviction makes them ineligible for Title IV aid for the entire 2000-2001 award year), will receive a "Worksheet for Question 28" with their SARs.

Please see the corrected versions of Action Letter #6 (GEN-99-40) and GEN-99-39 on IFAP for details about the "Worksheet for Question 28".

Last Modified: 12/22/1999