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Students Affected by Masters Institute Closing

Publication Date: May 1, 2001

Author: General Manager: SFA Student Channel

Summary: Students Affected by Masters Institute Closing

Posted on May 1, 2001

To: Financial Aid Administrators

From: Department of Education

Student: Financial Assistance

Date: April 30, 2001

Subject: Students Affected by Masters Institute Closing

To assist students that may be affected by the closing of Masters Institute, CPS produced and mailed them an updated Student Aid Report (SAR). Enclosed with the new SAR is a one-page flyer with information about their financial aid options, etc. One of the main objectives of the new SAR and flyer was to tell these students how to get their FAFSA data to their alternate school of choice as soon as possible. To help schools who are trying to get FAFSA data for Masters Institute students that are applying to them for admission, we have also generated ISIRs and sent them to all the remaining schools listed on the student's latest transaction. The following information will help you identify the ISIRs generated from this process.

2000-2001

  • Process Date: April 30, 2001
  • System Generated Indicator (ISIR field #135, position 554) will equal "N"
  • NSLDS Postscreening Reason Code (ISIR field #281, position 1562) will equal "5"
  • Comment Code (ISIR field #259) will include comment code 004
  • System Generated message class: SYSG01OP
  • Batch Number: #Z100000020010426153911

2001-2002

  • Process Date: April 30, 2001
  • System Generated Indicator (ISIR field #135, positions 600) will equal "N"
  • NSLDS Postscreening Reason Code (ISIR field # 131, position 588) will equal "9"
  • Comment Code (ISIR field #261) will include comment code 004
  • System Generated message class: SYSG02OP
  • Batch Number: #Z200000020010426154027

Thank you for your assistance in this matter. If you have any questions, please contact CPS Customer Service at 800/330-5947, option 2, or via email at CPS@NCS.COM.

If you have technical questions about our SFA systems and software, you may want to subscribe to our email list serve, SFATECH. For more information about SFATECH, including how to subscribe, look on-line at http://www.ed.gov/sfatech/listserv.html

Last Modified: 04/30/2001