The Iowa College Student Aid Commission adopts Administrative Rules to implement legislation found in Iowa Code Chapter 261, Iowa Code Chapter 261B, and Iowa Code Chapter 261G. These Administrative Rules are title 283 of the Iowa Administrative Code.
Administrative Rules Review
The Rules Docket published on this website is the official docket for Iowa College Aid. Executive Order Number Nine, signed by Governor Tom Vilsack on September 14, 1999, requires each agency of the Executive Branch of Iowa government to maintain a rulemaking docket and to publish the docket on the agency's website for public review.
The public is invited to comment on any Administrative Rule under Iowa College Aid's authority. Items that appear on our Rulemaking Docket specify a deadline by which comments must be received. Persons wishing to comment may do so by emailing Iowa College Aid's Agency Rules Administrator, Todd Brown.
In accordance with Iowa Code 17A.9A, granted or denied waivers to administrative rules are reported on the Iowa Legislature website. To view agency waivers, click on Search Waivers, select College Student Aid Commission from the list on the Iowa Legislature website, and click Search Waivers.
The Commission updates the state’s website each time a request for a waiver is received to ensure public availability of this information.
Proposed and Adopted Administrative Rules
Iowa College Aid recommends that the public subscribe to “Administrative Rules Changes via Email” at legis.iowa.gov/Subscribe/agencyChanges.aspx. Select “College Student Aid Commission,” provide an e-mail address, and select “subscribe.”
This site will provide updates to subscribers each time a change to an Administrative Rule is proposed or adopted by Iowa College Aid.
If you have questions about Iowa College Aid's Administrative Rules, please contact the Agency Rules Administrator:
Executive Order #10
Pursuant to Executive Order 10, Iowa College Aid will be reviewing its existing Administrative Rules. The current plan of review is in accordance with the schedule below. More information about Executive Order 10 is available at the following website: https://dom.iowa.gov/red-tape-review
Phase 1: Promulgated prior to December 31, 2023
|283 Chapter||Name||Regulatory Analysis|
|16||Future Ready Iowa Skilled Workforce Grant Program|
|34||Workforce Grant and Incentive Program||Regulatory Analysis|
Phase 2: Calendar Year 2024
|8||All Iowa Opportunity Scholarship|
|11||Iowa Tuition Grant – For-Profit Institutions|
|12||Iowa Tuition Grant|
|13||Iowa Vocational-Technical Tuition Grant|
|15||Future Ready Iowa Skilled Workforce Last-Dollar Scholarship|
|18||Iowa Work-Study Program|
|20||Iowa National Guard Service Scholarship|
|23||Skilled Workforce Shortage Tuition Grant|
|24||Rural Iowa Primary Care Loan Repayment Program|
|29||Iowa National Guard Master’s Degree Scholarship|
|1||Organization and Operation|
|2||Commission Procedure for Rule Making|
|6||Public Records and Fair Information Practices|
|7||Uniform Rules for Waivers|
|14||Health Care Professional Recruitment Program|
|21||Approval of Postsecondary Schools|
|26||Health Care Award Program|
|27||Rural Iowa Veterinarian Loan Repayment Program|
|28||Teach Iowa Scholar|
|30||Iowa National Guard Student Loan Repayment Program|
|31||Mental Health Professional Loan Repayment Program|
|33||Chiropractic Loan Forgiveness Program|
|37||Student Loan Debt Collection|
|22||Iowa Minority Grants for Economic Success (IMAGES)||Fall 2023|
|25||Rural Iowa Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner and Physician Assistant Loan Repayment Program||Fall 2023|
|32||Chiropractic Graduate Student Forgivable Loan Program||Fall 2023|
|35||Iowa Teacher Shortage Loan Forgiveness||Fall 2023|
|36||Governor Terry E. Branstad Iowa State Fair Scholarship Program||Summer 2024|