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Loans are a type of financial aid that requires repayment after graduation. Most loan programs offer low interest rates and long-term repayment plans.

Loan categories

Undergraduate students

Learn about the requirements and application processes for loans available for undergraduate students.

Graduate students

Learn about the requirements and application processes for loans available for graduate students.

Parents

Parents of dependent students can receive loan assistance. Learn about the requirements and application process for parent-specific loans.

Non-degree seeking students

Learn more about the loan options for non-degree seeking students, specifically those pursuing teacher certification or fulfilling prerequisite work.

Teacher certification students

Learn about the requirements and application processes for students pursuing teacher certification.

  • You must be enrolled in at least half-time enrollment to receive student loans.
  • Your enrollment at the Change of Schedule Period will determine your final eligibility for financial aid.

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Home Equity Line of Credit

The Credit Union offers a Home Equity Line of Credit product for primary residences and second homes for members who reside in and for properties located in North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, and Georgia.

A Home Equity Line of Credit is a secured open-end loan that unlocks the value of your home allowing you to borrow against the equity. Advances up to the maximum loan amount may be made repeatedly throughout the 15-year draw period 1. subject to the terms of the account agreement. Once the loan is set up, there is no need to reapply or record a new deed of trust. Advances may be made online in Member Access, through ASK SECU, at your local branch, or by contacting the Contact Center.

Most interest paid on mortgage loans (first and second mortgages) is deductible on itemized tax returns. The Home Equity Line of Credit is a second mortgage; therefore, you may realize substantial savings by borrowing against your home as opposed to other methods of credit. Check with your tax advisor for specific benefits that may apply to you.

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Short Term Loans

Short-term loan funds at Tarleton State University were established to provide assistance to students who experience temporary financial difficulty in connection with educationally related expenses. These loans must be repaid with interest and/or service charge within a prescribed repayment period. It is not the intent of this program to supplement or replace and regular long-term aid or assistance offered by the Student Financial Aid Office. Short-term loans are available while school is in session and applicants must meet the requirements to be considered.

The Deadline For Applications For Short-Term Loans Is The Census Date For Each Semester (12Th Class Day For 16 Week Sessions-Fall/spring, 4Th Class Day For 5-Week Sessions-Summer)

Available Loans

Emergency Tuition and Fees loan

This loan is only to be used for required tuition and fees owed to Tarleton State University. The student can have one Emergency Tuition and Fee loan per semester. A service charge of 1.25% will be assessed.

Tarleton Loan

The Tarleton Loan is used for Tarleton room and board only. The amount is up to $510 and a $15 service charge will be assessed.

Enrollment in semester installment payment plan is required for Emergency Tuition and Fees and/or Tarleton Loans. Students will be administratively enrolled in the installment/payment plan per this agreement. A $20 installment fee will be assessed.

Gregory Nowlin or Stephen Loans

These loans are used for Book Vouchers only and cannot exceed $500. A $15 service charge will be assessed.

Repayment Details For The Above Loans

Fall and Spring

Payment is due on or before 90 days after signing the promissory note or the end of the semester, whichever is earlier.


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Connecticut Commissioner of Insurance

The Connecticut Commissioner of Insurance is an executive officer in the Connecticut state government. The commissioner is head of the Connecticut Insurance Department, which regulates the state’s insurance industry.

Current officeholder

The current commissioner is Katharine Wade. who was appointed by Governor Dan Malloy (D) on March 23, 2015. She took office March 24 and her appointment was confirmed by the state senate on April 14. She replaced interim officeholder Anne Melissa Dowling. [1] [2] [3]

Authority

The office of insurance commissioner is established by state law. [4]

General Statutes of Connecticut, 38a-697-7

In accordance with the provisions of sections 4-5 to 4-8, inclusive, the Governor shall appoint some suitable person, not a director, officer or agent of an insurance company, to be Insurance Commissioner.

Qualifications

State law only requires that the commissioner be a “suitable person” and “not a director, officer, or agent of an insurance company.” [4]

Appointments

Connecticut state government organizational chart

Insurance commissioners are appointed by the governor subject to confirmation by the state legislature. The commissioner serves at the governor’s pleasure for four-year terms beginning on the first day of March in the year of his appointment. [5]

General Statutes of Connecticut, 4-46-6

the Governor shall, with the advice and consent of either house of the General Assembly, appoint each department head in the manner prescribed by section 4-7 and section 4-8, to serve at the pleasure of the Governor but no longer than four years from the first day of March in the year of his appointment, unless reappointed under the provisions of said sections.

Term limits

There are no term limits associated with the insurance commissioner.

Vacancies

As with all state appointive offices, vacancies in the office of insurance commissioner are filled by the governor and approved by a majority vote in both houses of the state legislature. If a vacancy occurs while the legislature is not in session, the governor may appoint a replacement to serve until the sixth Wednesday of the next legislative session. [6]

Duties

The insurance commissioner’s office regulates the state’s insurance industry. It must approve all rate increases, forms, rules and changes in program procedures and it licenses insurance providers to operate in the state. The commissioner also supervises the financial condition of insurance companies to ensure their solvency and the “market conduct” of companies. He also deals with complaints against companies for illegal conduct or regulatory noncompliance.

Divisions

  • Financial Regulation
  • Life Health
  • Property Casualty
  • Licensing Unit
  • Financial Regulation
  • Market Conduct
  • Consumer Affairs

State budget

The budget for the Department of Insurance in the 2012-2013 Fiscal Year was $24,233,560. [7]

Compensation

The Connecticut Commissioner of Insurance’s salary is determined by law.

2016

In 2016, the insurance commissioner received a salary of $160,000, according to the Council of State Governments. [8]

2015

In 2015, the insurance commissioner received a salary of $143,000, according to the Council of State Governments. [9]

2014

Recent news

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Contact info

Address:
153 Market Street, 7th Floor
Hartford, CT 06103
Phone: (860) 297-3800

See also

External links

Footnotes

  1. Connecticut Insurance Department. “Katharine L. Wade, Insurance Commissioner,” accessed May 6, 2015
  2. thectmirror. “Acting Commissioner Dowling leaving insurance department,” March 23, 2015
  3. The Hartford Courant. “Katharine Wade Confirmed As Insurance Commissioner,” April 14, 2015
  4. ↑ 4.0 4.1 General Statutes of Connecticut. “38a-697-7,” accessed July 27, 2011
  5. General Statutes of Connecticut. “4-46-6,” accessed July 27, 2011
  6. General Statutes of Connecticut. “4-46-7,” accessed July 27, 2011
  7. Connecticut Office of Policy and Management Budget Documents, “20132-2013 Biennium Governor’s Budget,” accessed May 28, 2013
  8. Council of State Governments, “Selected State Administrative Officials: Annual Salaries, 2016,” accessed August 27, 2016
  9. Council of State Governments, “Selected State Administrative Officials: Annual Salaries, 2015,” accessed August 27, 2016
  10. Council of State Governments, “Selected State Administrative Officials: Annual Salaries,” accessed November 14, 2014
  11. The Council of State Governments. “Book of the States 2013, Table 4.11,” accessed February 2, 2014

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Kent, Ohio, May 4 — Four students at Kent State University, two of them women, were shot to death this afternoon by a volley of National Guard gunfire. At least 8 other students were wounded.

The burst of gunfire came about 20 minutes after the guardsmen broke up a noon rally on the Commons, a grassy campus gathering spot, by lobbing tear gas at a crowd of about 1,000 young people.

In Washington, President Nixon deplored the deaths of the four students in the following statement:

“This should remind us all once again that when dissent turns to violence it invites tragedy. It is my hope that this tragic and unfortunate incident will strengthen the determination of all the nation’s campuses, administrators, faculty and students alike to stand firmly for the right which exists in this country of peaceful dissent and just as strong against the resort to violence as a means of such expression.”

In Columbus, Sylvester Del Corso, Adjutant General of the Ohio National Guard, said in a statement that the guardsmen had been forced to shoot after a sniper opened fire against the troops from a nearby rooftop and the crowd began to move to encircle the guardsmen.

Frederick P. Wenger, the Assistant Adjutant General, said the troops had opened fire after they were shot at by a sniper.

“They were understanding orders to take cover and return any fire,” he said.

This reporter, who was with the group of students, did not see any indication of sniper fire, nor was the sound of any gunfire audible before the Guard volley. Students, conceding that rocks had been thrown, heatedly denied that there was any sniper.

Gov. James A. Rhodes called on J. Edgar Hoover, director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, to aid in looking into the campus violence. A Justice Department spokesman said no decision had been made to investigate. At 2:10 this afternoon, after the shootings, the university president, Robert I. White, ordered the university closed for an indefinite time, and officials were making plans to evacuate the dormitories and bus out-of-state students to nearby cities.

Robinson Memorial Hospital identified the dead students as Allison Krause, 19 years old, of Pittsburgh; Sandra Lee Scheuer, 20, of Youngstown, Ohio, both coeds; Jeffrey Glenn Miller, 20, of 22 Diamond Drive, Plainsview, L.I. and William K. Schroeder, 19, of Lorain, Ohio.

At 10:30 P.M. the hospital said that six students had been treated for gunshot wounds. Three were reported in critical condition and three in fair condition. Two others with superficial wounds were treated and released.

Students here, angered by the expansion of the war into Cambodia, have held demonstrations for the last three nights. On Saturday night, the Army Reserve Officers Training Corps building was burned to the ground and the Guard was called in and martial law was declared.

Today’s rally, called after a night in which the police and guardsmen drove students into their dormitories and made 69 arrests, began as students rang the iron Victory bell on the commons, normally used to herald football victories.

A National Guard jeep drove onto the Commons and an officer ordered the crowd to disperse. Then several canisters of tear gas were fired, and the students straggled up a hill that borders the area and retreated into buildings.

A platoon of guardsmen, armed- as they have been since they arrived here with loaded M-1 rifles and gas equipment – moved across the green and over the crest of the hill, chasing the main body of protesters.

The youths split into two groups, one heading farther downhill toward a dormitory complex, the other eddying around a parking lot and girls’ dormitory just below Taylor Hall, the architecture building.

The guardsmen moved into a grassy area just below the parking lot and fired several canisters of tear gas from their short, stubby launchers.

Three or four youths ran to the smoking canisters and hurled them back. Most fell far short, but one landed near the troops and a cheer went up from the crowd, which was chanting “Pigs off campus” and cursing the war.

A few youths in the front of the crowd ran into the parking lot and hurled stones or small chunks of pavement in the direction of the guardsmen. Then the troops began moving back up the hill in the direction of the college.

The students in the parking lot area, numbering about 500, began to move toward the rear of the troops, cheering. Again, a few in front picked up stones from the edge of the parking lot and threw them at the guardsmen. Another group of several hundred students had gathered around the sides of Taylor Hall watching.

As the guardsmen, moving up the hill in single file, reached the crest, they suddenly turned, forming a skirmish line and opening fire.

The crackle of the rifle volley cut the suddenly still air. It appeared to go on, as a solid volley, for perhaps a full minute or a little longer.

Some of the students dived to the ground, crawling on the grass in terror. Others stood shocked or half crouched, apparently believing the troops were firing into the air. Some of the rifle barrels were pointed upward.

Near the top of the hill at the corner of Taylor Hall, a student crumpled over, spun sideways and fell to the ground, shot in the head.

When the firing stopped, a slim girl, wearing a cowboy shirt and faded jeans, was lying face down on the road at the edge of the parking lot, blood pouring out onto the macadam, about 10 feet from this reporter.

Too Shocked to React

The youth stood stunned, many of them clustered in small groups staring at the bodies. A young man cradled one of the bleeding forms in his arms. Several girls began to cry. But many of the students who rushed from the scene seemed almost too shocked to react. Several gathered around an abstract steel sculpture in front of the building and looked at the .30-caliber bullet hole drilled through one of the plates.

The hospital said that six young people were being treated for gunshot wounds, some in the intensive care unit. Three of the students who were killed were dead on arrival at the hospital.

One guardsman was treated and released at the hospital and another was admitted with heat prostration.

In early afternoon, students attempted to gather at various areas of the Commons but were ordered away by guardsmen and the Ohio Highway Patrol, which moved in as reinforcements.

There were no further clashes, as faculty members, graduate assistants and student leaders urged the crowd to go back to dormitories.

But a bizarre atmosphere hung over the campus as a Guard helicopter hovered overhead, grim-faced officers maneuvered their men to safeguard the normally pastoral campus and students, dazed, fearful and angry, struggled to comprehend what had happened and to find something to do about it.

Students carrying suitcases and duffel bags began leaving the campus this afternoon. Early tonight the entire campus was sealed off and a court injunction was issued ordering all students to leave.

A 5 P.M. curfew was declared in Kent, and road blocks were set up around the town to prevent anyone from entering. A state of emergency was also declared in the nearby towns of Stow and Ravenna.

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