To receive Financial Aid for the 2013-2014 Academic Year, you must submit the 2013-2014 FAFSA. Once you do, and we receive your FAFSA information, we will send you an e-mail requesting additional documents to complete your file.
If you wish to submit the BOG Fee Wavier only, click here.
If you are applying for Financial Aid for the 2013-2014 Academic Year, which includes Fall 2013, Spring 2014 and Summer 2014, you will need to submit 2013-2014 documents.
Datasheet: submit if requested.
Verification Worksheet: required for students who are selected, to verify certain data elements of the FAFSA. You should have received a “missing documents” e-mail from the Financial Aid Office stating which Verification Worksheet needs to be submitted, as well as any supporting documentation. The completed form along with relevant income information must be submitted to the Financial Aid Office. Be sure to only submit the Verification Worksheet that is being requested on your missing documents e-mail.
Dependent V1 Independent V1
Dependent V2 Independent V2
Dependent V3 Independent V3
Dependent V4 Independent V4
Dependent V5 Independent V5
Note: if you have been asked to provide your and/or your parents’ 2012 income tax information, be sure to request a tax transcript from the IRS. The Financial Aid Office is no longer allowed to accept copies of Federal Tax returns (1040, 1040A, 1040EZ, etc.).Click here for more information about ordering tax transcripts.
Circumstances: If certain elements on your FAFSA have changed since you submitted it, you may complete and submit a Special Circumstances form:
Dependent Special Circumstances
Independent Special Circumstances
Financial Aid Appeal (Satisfactory Academic Progress): If you are on denied status as a result of not meeting Satisfactory Academic Progress standards, you may submit an appeal using this form:
If you are on denied status due to not meeting Satisfactory Academic Progress standards, you will be required to attend a mandatory SAP Workshop in order to submit an appeal.
Workshop Dates for February 2014
Workshop Dates for March and April 2014
Direct Student Loan application. All students who wish to borrow a Direct Student Loan must complete this application:
Direct Student Loan application
Dependency Override: If you are considered dependent per Federal Regulations, and beleive that you should be considered independent based on extenuating circumstances, you may submit the Dependency Override form to the Financial Aid Office as a request to change you from dependent to independent:
Dependency Override Form
Unusual Enrollment History: If you have attended multiple colleges/universities within the past three academic years, you may be required to submit the Unusual Enrollment History form:
Unusual Enrollment History Form
Asset Information: If you are asked to provide information about you and/or your parents' assets, please submit the appropriate form below:
Dependent Student Asset Information (Student and Parents)
Independent Student Asset Information (Student only)
Selective Service Questionaire: If you are male and did not register with Selective Service between the ages of 18 and 26 years old, you may need to submit one of the following:
Selective Service Questionaire
Selective Service form, pre-1960
Eligibility Worksheet: If you have been convicted of possessing or selling illegal drugs while receiving Federal Student Aid, you may be required to complete and submit the following form:
Eligibility Form (drug conviction)