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On Correct ISIR Records and the 'SAI and Flags' tab for Aid Year 2025, the 'Min Pell Indicator' Field Descriptions do Not Display the Correct Percentages for Values '1' and '3', as Specified in the FAFSA Specifications Guide (Doc ID 3006288.1)

Last updated on MARCH 19, 2024

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise CS Financial Aid - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

On Correct ISIR Records and the 'SAI and Flags' tab for Aid Year 2025, the 'Min Pell Indicator' Field Descriptions do Not Display the Correct Percentages for Values '1' and '3', according to what is specified for those values in the FAFSA Specifications Guide.

Specifically:

The descriptions for the other values - 2,4,5 - are correct, and the same issue has not been noted (thus far) for any other fields on the component.

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:

  1. On Financial Aid > File Management > ISIR Import > 2024-2025 ISIR File Data, go to the 'ISIR Inbound File Data' tab and the 'ISIR Data 2' link and identify a student with a value of '1' or '3' showing for the 'Min Pell Indicator' field in the 'Inbound ISIR (2A)' section.
  2. Navigate to Financial Aid > Federal Application Data > Correct ISIR Records for the same student and Aid Year 2025.
  3. Go to the 'SAI and Flags' tab, find the 'Min Pell Indicator' field in the 'FPS Information' section of the page and note the description displayed.

Changes

The issue occurs after applying all of the available fixes related to FAFSA Simplification up through and including the 11 fixes delivered in PeopleSoft Release Patchset (PRP), Patch 36206052- INBOUND ISIR25OP MAPS VALUES TO INCORRECT RECORD.FIELD (Post-Regs2 2024-2025 PRP For FAFSA Simplification Update #1).

Cause

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