Verification is the process required by the Department of Education to verify the accuracy of the information submitted by or on behalf of a student for the purpose of applying for financial aid. The purpose is to reduce errors in applicant-reported data and to ensure, to the maximum extent possible, that eligible applicants receive the financial aid for which they are eligible.

The process of verification is separate from the requirement to resolve conflicting information. Discrepancies in a student’s aid application must be resolved before aid can be disbursed, regardless of existing verification policies.

If you have been selected for Verification (The Federal process that requires review of your FAFSA and the information used to complete the FAFSA), or you need other Financial Aid Forms, simply click on the form listed below and print. Follow the directions on the appropriate form and submit it, along with any required documents, to the financial aid office.

Additional Forms

Fall 2019, Spring 2020, Summer 2020
  • Asset Worksheet
  • Child Care Form
  • Consortium Agreement
  • Deferment
  • Dependent or Independent Worksheet
  • Drug Conviction Worksheet
  • Family Size Worksheet
  • Financial Needs Analysis
  • Financial Support Worksheet
  • Foundation Scholarship Application 19-20
  • Loan Application Fall 2019-Spring 2020
  • Loan Seminar Schedule
  • Lottery Transfer
  • Request for Student Employment
  • Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) Appeal
  • Satisfactory Academic Progress Additional Degree Appeal
  • Special Circumstances Appeal
  • Unusual Enrollment History (UEH 3) Appeal