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When the Override checkbox for ‘Enrollment Intensity Percent’ is checked and the ‘Override Expiration Date’ has passed, the Enrollment Intensity Percent and the Override Checkbox is not Cleared. (Doc ID 3008333.1)

Last updated on MARCH 04, 2024

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

While testing the newly added fields of ‘Enrollment Intensity Percent’ and the associated 'Override' checkbox, the behavior of the new fields isn't consistent with the documented behavior of the override expiration functionality. When the ‘Enrollment Intensity Percent’ is updated whether manually or via Pop Update the 'Override' checkbox is automatically turned on.

When FA Term is re-built on or after the Override Expiration Date, the ‘Override’ checkbox for ‘Enrollment Intensity Percent’ will neither rebuild the Enrollment Intensity Percent nor is the override checkbox cleared.

It is expected that when rebuilding the FA Term on or after the Override Expiration Date, all fields with overridden values should rebuild with the most recent enrollment information or projected information depending on the source used, and the override checkbox will clear.

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Financial Aid - > FA Term -> Maintain FA Term Build Terms for the Fall 2024 and Spring 2025 aid year
2. Tab to the Acad Level tab and update both the Financial Aid Load to H and the Enrollment Intensity Percent to 50 and tab out. The Override checkbox is enabled for both fields. Save
3. Tab to FA Term tab set the override expiration date to today and save.
4. Click the build button and tab to the Acad Level tab after the build button returns.
5. Note that the Financial Aid Load builds back to F and the Override checkbox is cleared, but the Enrollment Intensity Percent is not.

Changes

 The Enrollment Intensity Percent field is a new field added to the FA Term record due to the regulatory changes from the Consolidated Appropriations Act (CAA) for FAFSA Simplification.

Cause

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