34 CFR 668.94 - Termination.
(1) Ends an institution's participation in a Title IV, HEA program or ends a third-party servicer's eligibility to contract with any institution to administer any aspect of the institution's participation in a Title IV, HEA program;
(2) Ends the authority of a third-party servicer to administer any aspect of any institution's participation in that program;
(3) Prohibits an institution or third-party servicer, as applicable, or the Secretary from making or increasing awards under that program;
(4) Prohibits an institution or third-party servicer, as applicable, from making any other new commitments of funds under that program; and
(5) If an institution's participation in the Federal Stafford Loan Program or Federal PLUS programs has been terminated, prohibits further guarantee commitments by the Secretary for loans under that program to students to attend that institution, and, if the institution is a lender under that program, prohibits further disbursements by the institution (whether or not guarantee commitments have been issued by the Secretary or a guaranty agency for those disbursements).
(b) After its participation in a Title IV, HEA program has been terminated, an institution may disburse or deliver funds under that Title IV, HEA program to students enrolled at the institution only in accordance with § 668.26 and with any additional requirements imposed under this part.
(c) If a third-party servicer's eligibility is terminated, the servicer must return to each institution that contracts with the servicer any funds received by the servicer under the applicable Title IV, HEA program on behalf of the institution or the institution's students or otherwise dispose of those funds under instructions from the Secretary. The servicer also must return to each institution that contracts with the servicer all records pertaining to the servicer's administration of that program on behalf of that institution.
(Authority: 20 U.S.C. 1094)
[59 FR 22450, Apr. 29, 1994, as amended at 63 FR 40626, July 29, 1998]
Title 34 published on 2014-07-01
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