MAR 9 2000
GRADES AND CERTIFICATES.
The final part of the process is to submit the grade reports to the USCG Liaison at
NETPTDC for entry into the database. The grade report will be mailed to the:
NETPDTC N8115 (USCG Group)
6490 Saufley Field Road Pensacola, FL 32509-5241
(Grade reports should not be faxed as fax copies may not be legible.) The institution may
report the grades but the applicant is ultimately responsible for ensuring the grades are
Grades shall be reported not later than 60 days after the course ending date. When
grades are not reported, the applicant will be locked out of the TA system until the
grades are received.
(1) If the grades are not posted within 60 days of course completion, NETPDTC will
send a letter to the applicant.
(2) If the grades are not received within 90 days of course completion, NETPDTC will
send a letter to the applicant's commanding officer.
(3) If the grades are not posted within 120 days, collection actions will be initiated in
accordance with the USCG Pay and Personnel Procedures Manual.
Individuals who receive an incomplete ("I") in a course shall have six months from term
end date to finish course requirements and receive a passing grade.
In cases where the applicant does not complete the class or receives a failing grade the
member shall repay the amount paid by the USCG as soon as possible and not later than
60 days after the course completion date
a. Applicants shall resolve their indebtedness to the government as soon as possible. Monies
that are repaid are returned to the USCG account and reallocated. The check or money
order shall be payable to the US Treasury and mailed to the address in 12.a. The Tuition
Assistance Resolution/Indebtedness Response Letter used for this purpose is
b. An individual who is discharged prior to completing the one year service obligation shall
repay all costs incurred by the Coast Guard with the exception of those individuals who:
(1) are involuntarily discharged for reason of Convenience of the Government in
connection with a reduction in force.
(2) are separated or retired by reason of physical disability, illness, injury, or other
impairment incurred in the line of duty and not due to misconduct; or hardship