Financial Aid Handbook
You, your education and your future are what Drake University's Office of Student Financial Planning is all about! This handbook is designed to help you understand the types of financial assistance available to you during your years at Drake University.
Although we wish to see every student graduate, if you find you do need to withdraw from Drake University, please click here for more information on the impacts of withdrawing and financial aid.
Drake University Code of Conduct for Education Loans
Select Summary of Drake University Educational Loan Code of Conduct or Code of Conduct for Educational Loans at Drake University for disclosures.
If you would like to have a staff member formally recognized for a job well done, please contact the director, Ryan Zantingh, at email@example.com. Your commendation is appreciated and will be added to the individual's file.
In general, a complaint is defined as a concern that a policy or procedure has been incorrectly or unfairly applied or that inappropriate behavior or action has occurred. For a complaint, first discuss the problem with the staff member with which the issue originated. If the issue has not been resolved following this discussion, please contact the person's immediate supervisor. If the issue remains unresolved after discussion with the staff member's immediate supervisor, you may request a discussion with the director. If the issue is still unresolved after following the above steps, please visit the Student Complaint and Appeal Resources and Procedures page.
NASFAA Code of Conduct and Statement of Ethical Principles
Drake University Student Financial Planning adheres to NASFAA (National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators) Statement of Ethical Principles and Code of Conduct.
Drake University Consumer Information
Required disclosures information specific to Drake University.