INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - Martin University students are three months into the spring semester and many are still waiting on their finical aid.
"I'm looking at $4800 that I have not received," said Martin University student Linda Mitchell.
There are more students on that list of complaints.
Paul Davis and Kristen McElven are facing the same situation. The two Martin University students are waiting on their FASA money. The students say they've complained, they met with administrators, but still no answers as to why the delay.
24-Hour News 8 did some research into the school. We found out the university is currently under a settlement agreement with the U.S. Department of Education; Martin owes $123,000 for miscalculations when distributing financial aid that dates back to 2009.
"That puts me under suspicious on what's going on, and that's gives me the concern that I have," said Paul Davis.
Kim Teague, spokesperson for Martin University, released this statement on Monday afternoon: "The university has a plan in place to meet our obligations.
Martin also adds they are working closely with the U.S. Department of Education.
"We take this very seriously, any questions about financial aid and are working with the U.S. Department of Education to answer satisfactorily any concerns that exist," Teague said.
In a separate story, police are currently investigating a Martin University employee for stealing $5200 from the Bursar's office.
The University released a vague statement on the investigation.
"The employee in the Bursar's office is no longer employed by the University at this time and we will have no further statement," said Teague.
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