In accordance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990, Zane State College makes reasonable accommodations available to qualified students. Accessibility services may be available for students with health conditions, illnesses, or physical or learning disabilities that may affect student attendance, participation, health, or behavior. Examples include, but are not limited to severe allergies, seizures, heart conditions, asthma, vision or hearing impairment, etc. Interested students must make an appointment with Accessibility Services in the One Stop for Student Services (College Hall, Room 115) at 740.588.5000 to discuss accommodations. Students enrolled in an online program may email Jennifer King at email@example.com to learn more about online Accessibility Services. Accommodations and services are based on documentation from a qualified professional and student interview. After discussing accommodations with Accessibility Services, students who choose to take advantage of the services must request the services each semester from each instructor as needed prior to the first exam.
Zane State College will display a large sign in a prominent area that students/staff/faculty are invited to write down what resolution or goal that they have that will make the college or themselves better (forming a more perfect union). The students are informed what the constitution was drafted for. All statements are posted and they stay up for approximately one week. This activity to signify Constitution Day on our campus brings awareness to the Constitution itself as well as awareness to what our students/staff/faculty can do on our own campus to improve our surroundings. This activity is done yearly on Constitution Day.
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Zane State College does not promote or provide information regarding any single loan product. Students who pursue private loans must do so independently.
Refunds are disbursed weekly starting at the end of the sixth week for standard semester classes, with the following exceptions:
- If financial aid amount is dependent upon credit hours to be earned in the second eight week term classes or the twelve week term classes, refund will be held in all or part until after attendance is confirmed in the term classes.
- If the financial aid is subject to additional terms that are specified in the aid regulations. This may include first time and semester specific loans that may require multiple disbursements.
Title IV funding (pell and loans) are posted/credited to individual students accounts beginning the fifth week of the standard semester based on criteria passed through the financial aid system, which are disbursed weekly beginning week six to meet the 14 day federal funding requirement. Refund payments may be delayed for students who have not selected a disbursement method. Students must use the Bank Mobile card they received in the mail to select their refund preference. All refunds are processed by an out of state processing center with Bank Mobile. Please make sure your My Z-Online account and address information is correct to avoid any delays. Address changes should also be made at your local post office. Please be advised that we cannot re-issue checks for 15 business days after the check was processed. There is an $18.00 processing fee for checks which we issue stop payments. If the check is returned to us in the mail, we will notify you by the phone number we have on file and/or through your Zane State College email account.