The forms on this page can be printed, completed and submitted via mail, fax, email or in-person to Office of Student Financial Aid.
In compliance with the Federal Student Aid (FSA) Cybersecurity Compliance regulations, the Financial Aid Office can no longer accept IRS Tax Return Transcripts or IRS Tax Returns via email.
Verification is a process used to verify certain information on the FAFSA to ensure its accuracy. Some students are selected for verification by the U.S. Department of Education. Others are selected by the school. Students are encouraged to submit all required verification documents as soon as possible to receive a financial aid award. You may confirm which forms and documents apply specifically to you by viewing “My Documents” in your WebAdvisor account. Delays in sending documentation may result in the student not having aid by the time their bills are due each semester. In this case, the student is obligated to pay the account balance on the student account, or their classes could be cancelled.
- Bachelor Degree Statement
- Bankruptcy Form
- Citizenship Form
- Confirmation of Pension and Annuity Rollover
- Dependency Status Form
- Identity Statement of Educational Purpose Form-Notary
- Identity Statement of Educational Purpose Form
- Inmate Verification
- Marital Tax Status Form (Parent)
- Marital Tax Status Form (Student)
- Non-Filing Letter
- Parent Asset Form
- Selective Service Form
- Student Aid Eligibility Form
- Student Asset Form
- Unusual Enrollment History Form
- Verification of Separation
- Verification Form (Dependent)
- Verification Form (Independent)
Special Circumstances Tab
Federal Financial Aid regulations allow for unforeseen changes in students and parents income and/or assets after the FAFSA is filed. Some of those special circumstances include: job loss, income reduction, divorce/separation, illness, etc. Students may complete one or more of these forms based on their circumstance and may request to have their financial aid file reviewed.
Note: Completion of these forms does not always equal an outcome that changes your aid award amount or your eligibility to receive aid.
The Department of Education requires colleges participating in Student Financial Aid Assistance Programs monitor financial aid recipients to ensure that they are meeting satisfactory progress standards. Satisfactory academic progress will be calculated at the end of each academic term and will include all periods of enrollment. Students who have been disqualified from receiving financial aid may appeal to the Financial Office to waive the satisfactory progress requirements only where there are extenuating circumstances. A student may submit written documentation to the Financial Aid Office by completing the SAP Appeal request form explaining the circumstances that have affected academic performance and what has changed that will allow him/her to make Satisfactory Academic Progress in a reasonable period of time prior to program graduation. Supporting documentation must be presented.