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Students are often required to submit certain forms, applications, and worksheets to process their financial aid. Students can view what documents and requirements currently requested by the Financial Aid Office by visiting their Financial Aid Document Tracking page. This displays documents and forms received and processed by the Financial Aid Office and those documents which have not been successfully submitted or processed.
Students have 120 days after their last day of attendance or until September 12, 2013, whichever is earlier, to turn in Verification Documents. Failure to do so will disqualify them for completing the verification process and receiving their federal aid.
Students need to read and complete the documents carefully. Failure to do so, will mean it will take more time to process a student's financial aid.
Please include the following on the forms and worksheets in order to identify which student's account to process documents:
Please write or print all required information above legibly and clearly or it may be rejected and shredded.
Federal Aid Verification forms
Required forms and worksheets to complete a student's federal aid application. These documents are used to complete the verification process on FAFSA forms. Verification is a mandatory audit performed on a select number of submitted FAFSA's. Visit the Financial Aid Document Tracking page to find which documents to complete and submit.
Are you required to submit an IRS tax return transcript for yourself, parents, or spouse? Click here for specific instructions on how to order an IRS tax return transcript.
Acceptance and permission forms
Permissions and acceptance forms for certain financial aid.
Petitions and Requests
Requests and Petitions for adjustments, corrections, and changes to financial aid. These forms are only to be completed and submitted with consultation and recommendation from a student's Financial Aid Counselor. Contact your financial aid counselor with any questions or concerns regarding these forms.