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Total Aggregate Limits

The total amount that a student may borrow for the academic career is called the aggregate limit, which is specified in federal regulations.

Once the aggregate limit has been reached, students are no longer eligible to borrow Federal Stafford loans.

Per federal regulations, a student who exceeds the aggregate loan limit is ineligible to receive any additional federal student loans or federal aid, including the Federal Pell Grant, until the overage is resolved.

There is time limitation on Federal Direct Subsidized loans. For more information, please click .

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National Student Loan Data System (NSLDS)

The National Student Loan Data System (NSLDS) is the U.S. Department of Education’s secure central database for student aid, where students can view their federal student loan history:

It is the student’s responsibility to keep track of all federal student loans borrowed using NSLDS, including Federal Stafford, Perkins, PLUS and Grad PLUS loans. Optional/Private loan history is not stored on NSLDS.

In order to log on to the NSLDS Web site, students will need to provide the Social Security number (SSN), the first two letters of the last name, the date of birth, and the PIN. Students who do not remember their PIN may request a duplicate from the official PIN site.

Aggregate Checklists

Students who receive either the Subsidized or Total Aggregate Limit checklist on the To Do List must log on to the NSLDS web site to review their loan history. NSLDS will only include the running total of disbursed loans and will not include any undisbursed loans. Students who receive the checklist could either be approaching the Subsidized or Total Aggregate Limit (depending on the checklist) with less than one year remaining in eligibility or potentially have reached the limit.

Students with any aggregate warning status must undergo careful review before the Stafford loan eligibility can be determined. In order for students to be selected for loan eligibility review, the following criteria must be met:

Students Must:

Students Cannot:

NOTE: Students who have incomplete required documents on the To Do List or who are selected with Verification, will not have access to accept loans until all required documentation has been submitted and Verification has been completed.

Once the loan eligibility has been reviewed, the Aggregate checklist(s) will be removed from the To Do List.

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Introduction Strategies Excluding scientific and technical writing (which often has pre-established formats), most other topics lend themselves to a variety of introductory gambits. Suppose the assignment is to write a literary analysis of Vladimir Nabokov’s novel . Below are several different ways to start that essay. Please note that not all introductions would be appropriate for one particular thesis or approach. But having a repertoire of openings at our disposal often helps lead us to insights we didn’t know we had.

Begin with a quotation Although this approach can be overused, it can be very effective when you have an appropriate quotation. That quotation may relate directly to the subject or it may be only indirectly related (and thus require further explanation). Do not force a quotation into this spot; if an appropriate quotation is not available, select another method.

Begin with a concession Start with a statement recognizing an opinion or approach different from the one you plan to take in your essay.

Begin with a paradox A paradox is a seeming self contradiction.

Begin with a short anecdote or narrative

Begin with an interesting fact or statistic

Begin with a question or several questions that will be answered in the paper

Begin with relevant background material Background material should be presented concisely and should be clearly related to your thesis. A rambling discussion of material only remotely related to your main point will confuse and bore your readers.

Begin by stating a long-term effect or effects without immediately stating the cause

Begin with an analogy

Begin with a definition of a term that is important to your essay Avoid simple dictionary definitions. Create an expanded definition that explains how the term applies to your topic and essay.

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Available as channels.generic.websocket.WebsocketConsumer , this wraps the verbose plain-ASGI message sending and receiving into handling that just deals with text and binary frames:

You can also raise channels.exceptions.AcceptConnection or channels.exceptions.DenyConnection from anywhere inside the connect method in order to accept or reject a connection, if you want reuseable authentication or rate-limiting code that doesn’t need to use mixins.

A WebsocketConsumer ’s channel will automatically be added to (on connect) and removed from (on disconnect) any groups whose names appear in the consumer’s groups class attribute. groups must be an iterable, and a channel layer with support for groups must be set as the channel backend ( channels.layers.InMemoryChannelLayer and channels_redis.core.RedisChannelLayer both support groups). If no channel layer is configured or the channel layer doesn’t support groups, connecting to a WebsocketConsumer with a non-empty groups attribute will raise channels.exceptions.InvalidChannelLayerError . See Groups for more.

Available as channels.generic.websocket.AsyncWebsocketConsumer , this has the exact same methods and signature as WebsocketConsumer but everything is async, and the functions you need to write have to be as well:

JsonWebsocketConsumer

Available as , this works like , except it will auto-encode and decode to JSON sent as WebSocket text frames.

The only API differences are:

If you want to customise the JSON encoding and decoding, you can override the and classmethods.

AsyncJsonWebsocketConsumer

An async version of , available as . Note that even and are async functions.

Available as channels.generic.http.AsyncHttpConsumer , this offers basic primitives to implement a HTTP endpoint:

You are expected to implement your own handle method. The method receives the whole request body as a single bytestring. Headers may either be passed as a list of tuples or as a dictionary. The response body content is expected to be a bytestring.

You can also implement a disconnect method if you want to run code on disconnect - for example, to shut down any coroutines you launched. This will run even on an unclean disconnection, so don’t expect that handle has finished running cleanly.

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