Las Vegas, NV asked in Education Law for Nevada

Q: Is there a prob, if a school, helps 1 student specially, so they can receive $, & not for another student do the same?

If a trait school has let a student enroll,& not attend school,& still let's them receive a loan, that's for,attending that school,( Fasa loan & Pell Grant.) I believe it is. Also, the student was given, by the owner the of business, all the answers, to all Q&A'S, for school.. That student has gone one day , maybe two ,for attendance. And he has received Those loan ,& grants ,& he tells a friend ,they can get it to , just like he did.. they go about doing the same thing, & yet, doesn't receive their loan,& grants. Because of their attendance to the school, But they attended more days, than the other student, who got there loan. Is there some kind of big issue there? I think there is... correct? Oh, the 2nd student ,heard a conversion between owner, & 1st student . Owner stated," 1st student, is getting special treatment. '

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A: If a school is inconsistently applying attendance and academic requirements, leading to one student improperly receiving federal financial aid while another doesn't, it raises concerns about federal compliance, potential fraud, or discriminatory practices. Schools violating these federal regulations could face legal and financial repercussions. Students or individuals aware of such actions should consider reporting them. For personalized legal advice tailored to your unique circumstances, it's advisable to consult with an attorney.

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