Pell1 Amounts Awarded When Percent Scheduled Used Is > 50.0 And < 51
(Doc ID 2664944.1)
Last updated on APRIL 30, 2020
Applies to:PeopleSoft Enterprise CS Financial Aid - Version 9.2 and later
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When packaging a one-term Pell, such as in a trailing summer term, for students who have previously received Pell at another outside institution in the same aid year, the results are not as expected when a new Pell1 item type is packaged based off a Percent Scheduled Used of a certain amount over 50 percent, but less than 51 percent. As an example, a zero efc student was awarded based on full time one term and half time another term at a quarter term institution, resulting in a Percent Scheduled Used, pushed to Aggregates, of 50.234. The current institution is a semester based school, and thus expects the student, still at a zero efc and full time, to be awarded the normal semester term amount (3098) for the single term at the new school; and because this amount will put the student over 100%, the expectation is to award in Pell2. However, if this student is packaged or repackaged with a plan that evaluates Pell1 prior to Pell2, the system gives the award in Pell1, and for an abnormal amount, 3083. Is this result correct and in line with the intended design of the system?
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