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2001-02 version of "Drug Convictions" Brochure

Publication Date: May 31, 2001

Author: General Manager: SFA Student Channel

Summary: 2001-02 version of "Drug Convictions" Brochure

Dear Partner:

Due to unavoidable printing delays, the 2001-02 version of "Drug Convictions May Affect Your Student Aid" was not available earlier this year. However, supplies are now available and we will ship your copies to you within one week. The brochure explains the effect of certain drug convictions on student eligibility, and explains how to answer question 35 on the 2001-02 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), which asks if the student has been convicted of drug possession or sale.

We have reduced the quantities you originally requested by 50 percent, for two reasons. First, the late printing of these publications probably means you no longer need the quantity you ordered earlier. Second, our experience with the reworded drug question on the 2001-02 FAFSA now shows that the rewording has eliminated most of the confusion caused by that question on the 2000-01 FAFSA. It appears likely that the need for the brochure to help explain the question has substantially decreased as well.

If after you receive your supply of brochures, you wish to request more, you can do so by contacting us at 1-800-394-7084, 9:00 a.m. through 6:00 p.m. Eastern time, Monday through Friday. A customer service representative will be glad to help you. If you are in an overseas location that does not have access to "800" numbers, you may call the Bulk Publication Ordering System at 301-344-0434.

If you have Internet access, you can use our web-based Bulk Publication Ordering System at

http://www.edpubs.org/ml to place your order.

Dena C. Bates

Director

Customer Service & Support Call Centers

Students Channel

Last Modified: 05/30/2001