Financial Aid

Forms & Literature

The following financial aid forms and literature can be viewed and/or printed using Adobe Reader.

May Term & More Financial Aid Application

Students registered for at least 6 hours as degree seeking students can complete this application to be reviewed for financial aid eligibility. Students must have also filed the FAFSA.

Off-Campus Study Application

You should complete this form to ensure that you are approved to participate in an off-campus study during a fall or spring semester.

TEACH Grant Information and Application

 

 

2021-22 Special Condition Form

The Special Conditions and Circumstances Form is available to families whose current financial situation differs significantly from the financial data which either has been submitted or will be submitted on the most recent FAFSA due to extraordinary circumstances such as unemployment, divorce, unusually high medical expenses, etc. Appropriate documentation of the condition must be submitted with the form.

External Scholarship Response Form

External awards from private sources in excess of $100 must be reported to Student Financial Services and appropriate adjustments will be made where necessary.

Use this form to report financial assistance from a source other than those normally handled through Student Financial Services. These would include scholarships from corporations, foundations, trusts, churches or other private sources.

College Bound Citizens Financial Wellness Hub

Students can start exploring and access all of the resources they need with finances before, during and after college. This site provides resources that will help them from high school, all the way to full on adulting. From articles, how-to videos, tips, calculators, and much more

Verification Forms

The Federal Processor selects a percentage of FAFSA applications to be verified each year. We will notify you if your FAFSA has been selected for verification. We will also let you know which forms and documentation you are required to submit.

Video Resources

Video resources for students and parents that include information on paying any bills, applying for or accepting loans, reporting of external scholarships, and employment on campus.

 

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