Campus News

College asked to return student aid

Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College, a Roman Catholic institution serving about 1,600 students in Indiana, has been asked to return $42 million in Title IV student aid following a federal audit, The Chronicle of Higher Education reported. A U.S. Education Department audit found that the college should not have received certain grants and loans because 50 percent of its students were enrolled in correspondence courses, although the college considered them “online courses.” The audit also found that the college gave Title IV funds to students who should not have received them during the 2009-2010 academic year, the Chronicle reported.