webpage will be updated regularly as information becomes available. Please contact Ta’Von Vinson (email@example.com) with questions.
Options for Students Enrolled at FTS at Time of Closure
by the closure of FTS have several options:
Pursue a federal loan
discharge and state refund of self-paid or private lender monies paid to the
school – see more information below regarding federal loan discharge
Pursue a transfer
opportunity with an MHEC approved teach-out school – see more information below
regarding teach-out and transfer
self-chosen/determined transfer to another school (subject to all transfer
policies of the accepting school)
a student chooses option #2 or option #3 then the student cannot pursue option
#1. If a student chooses option #1 the student cannot pursue a teach-out or
Information Regarding Federal Loan Forgiveness
Information Regarding Refund through MHEC
students may be eligible for a refund for any non-title IV (non Federal aid)
paid to FTS. More information regarding
this opportunity will be posted here as details are confirmed.
Teach-out and Transfer Agreements with Maryland Institutions
a student chooses to pursue a teach-out or transfer opportunity, then the
student cannot pursue loan discharge and state refund. If a student
chooses option #1 the student cannot pursue a teach-out or transfer.
has entered into several transfer/teach-out agreements for students interested
in finishing their program of student.
Students should read each transfer/teach-out agreement carefully.
will be posted here as they become finalized.
Bachelor of Arts in
Biblical Studies (BABS): Steven Taylor (STaylor@LBC.edu; 301.552.1400, ext 5802)
Master of Divinity
(MDiv): Wesley Parks (WParks@LBC.edu; 443.842.4087) and Steve Bowers (SBowers@LBC.edu; 717.537.1715)
Doctor of Ministry
(DMin): Wesley Parks (WParks@LBC.edu; 443.842.4087) and Steve Bowers (SBowers@LBC.edu; 717.537.1715)
More information can be found on Lancaster Bible College's website
Contact Information: o
Dana Davis (firstname.lastname@example.org; 920-206-2515)
Students using VA Education Benefits
using VA Education Benefits should contact the Maryland State Approving Agency
for details regarding transferring GI Bill® benefits and ensuring program
approval for the use of VA Education Benefits. Veterans with specific inquiries
may call 410-767-3301 or send an email to: email@example.com. Veterans may also call the Department of
Veterans Affairs at 1-888-442-4551.
Please note: In order to continue your
education using your Title 38 educational benefits, you must be enrolled in a
qualified program or educational institution.
Visit the GI Bill®
Comparison Tool for assistance
in selecting an alternate program or school. You can also find research
information regarding school tuition and fees, basic housing allowance rates,
graduation statistics, and loan default rates.
can find a complete list of qualified programs and schools on the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs website.
For Further Assistance Regarding VA Education
6 North Liberty Street, Baltimore, MD 21201
Phone: (410) 767-3300
Toll Free: (800) 974-0203 (If calling outside of the Baltimore City area)