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COD – Using the New Web Site

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http://cod.ed.gov
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Name Search Results

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Advantages of Full Participants
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Users with appropriate privileges:
– create a person, award and disbursement online – process a pended disbursement without submitting a batch – correct rejected records online – choose if you would like to receive an acknowledgement for changes done on the Web
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Coming Soon…
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Pell Data Requests
– Year to Date – Multiple Reporting Record – Reconciliation – Electronic Statement of Account

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How do I become a COD Full Participant?
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Schools must register with COD to become a Full Participant in Award Year 2003-2004 To register, contact COD School Relations
– Email CODSupport@acs-inc.com (new e-mail address)
• Indicate “2003-2004 Full Participant” in Subject Line

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– Call COD School Relations
• Select Award Year 2002-2003 and express interest to COD CSR
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All EDExpress Users must register as Full Participants for 2003-2004
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How do I obtain access to the COD Web Site?
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Submit a Security Administrator Request Letter on school or corporate letterhead
– Security Administrator is responsible for setting up additional users at your institution – Reporting/Attending school relationships in COD will automatically allow access to other school codes

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Refer to announcements on IFAP for detailed instructions and mailing address
– 6/3/02 - Updated: COD Website Access for Schools – 6/3/02 - COD Website Access for Vendors/3rd Party Servicers
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How do I contact COD Customer Service?
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Email CODSupport@acs-inc.com (new email address) Call COD School Relations Center
– 1-800-4-P-GRANT for Pell Grants – 1-800-848-0978 for Direct Loans – Enter Award Year 2002-2003

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COD Web Site (www.cod.ed.gov)
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Where can I get more information?
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IFAP Web Site (www.IFAP.ed.gov)
– Common Origination and Disbursement page – Announcements and FAQs – COD Technical Reference

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COD Web Site (www.cod.ed.gov)
– Daily Processing Updates – School Funding and Processing Information

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Contact COD Customer Service
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Session 19 – Cash Management Overview A-Z Session 21 – What’s New for Direct Loan Processing in 2003-2004? Session 22 – What’s New for Pell Grant Processing in 2003-2004? Session 23 – COD and Pell Grants: Updates to Edits and Record Layouts for 2003-2004 Session 24 – COD and Direct Loan: Updates to Edits and Record Layouts for 2003-2004 Session 25 – Meet the COD Customer Service Team and Get Answers to Your COD Questions
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Session 26 – COD: Using the New Web Site Session 27 – COD Full Participants for 2003-2004 Session 28 – COD and Direct Loans: Balancing the Books Session 29 – COD, Pell, and Direct Loans: Funding for Schools Session 58 – Tribally Controlled Colleges: Operating as a Full Participant in the COD environment COD Customer Service Staff are available in the PC Lab

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