Federal Privacy Act Statement
Applicants who do not provide a Social Security Number on the Admissions Application may experience the following issues:
a. Students may not receive a 1098T for Hope Scholarship and Lifetime federal tax credit because the federal government requires a social security number or tax identification number.
b. Students may not be awarded any federal financial aid, which includes loans and grants because providing a social security number is required by the federal government to determine eligibility.
c. Students may not be included in various college, state, federal reports, and other statistical information that affect funding and graduation rates.
d. Students may not be identifiable on National Student Clearinghouse enrollment and degree verification information. If so, employers may not be able to verify that a degree or certificate was awarded.