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Pell1 Fails Validation With Edit 9254 After Factoring Percent Scheduled Used (Doc ID 2477156.1)

Last updated on APRIL 30, 2019

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise CS Financial Aid - Version 9 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

On : Campus Solutions 9 Bundle 51 or Campus Solutions 9.2 PUM 11

ACTUAL BEHAVIOR
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When attempting to award remaining Pell1 eligibility to students, in some cases when the Percent Scheduled Used is populated on the Pell aggregate, the Pell1 item type fails validation edit 9254, "student has not been awarded Pell grant because their cumulative load exceeds 100%. Use an additional Pell grant to award." The common example seen so far is when the Percent Scheduled Used is populated for half of a full time award; because of the uneven amounts in the Pell schedules for aid year 2019, and awarding (in most cases) one dollar more in the first term, the percent scheduled used gets populated with an amount slightly > 50.

EXPECTED BEHAVIOR
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Award should pass validation as the user is just trying to award the remaining Pell1 up to exactly 100%

STEPS
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The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Identify student eligible for uneven 100% Pell amount based on efc and full time load.
2. Load NSLDS or manually populate Incoming Aggregate with amount slightly over 50% - e.g. 50.0233 (the amount seen for an EFC in the 3900-4000 cell).
3. Award Pell

WHAT IS WORKING
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The issue does not affect most students with 0 percent scheduled used, and does not affect all students who have the percent scheduled used > 0.



Cause

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