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Consent to Disclose Financial Aid Information to a Third Party
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) (20 U.S.C. § 1232g; 34 CFR Part 99) is a Federal law that protects the privacy of student education records. The law applies to all schools that receive funds under an applicable program of the U.S. Department of Education. Non-directory education records are considered confidential and will not be released without written consent from the student.
Students may use the Consent to Disclose Financial Aid Information to a Third Party (PDF) form to authorize the person(s) identified to have access to otherwise confidential information protected under the FERPA law.
Please be aware that due to federal regulations, some forms require a handwritten signature (cannot be typed). Please refer to the individual form for specific signature instructions (if any).
2023 - 2024 Verification Forms
- 2023-2024 Dependent Student Verification Worksheet (PDF)
- 2023-2024 Independent Student Verification Worksheet (PDF)
- 2023-2024 Verification of Identity and Statement of Educational Purpose (PDF)
Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) Appeals
A student who is placed on Financial Aid Suspension may appeal the denial of financial aid. The appeal must be made by submitting a completed SAP Appeal Form to the Financial Aid Office no later than 10 days after receipt of the notice of Financial Aid Suspension.
- Federal Direct Loans - Student Exit Contact Information (PDF)
- State Higher Education Loan (SHEL) Master Promissory Note (PDF)
- Private Education Loan Applicant Self-Certification (PDF)
- Borrower's Acknowledgment of Obligation and Physician Certification Form (PDF)
- Fresh Start Form (PDF)
- Federal Student Loan Request Form (PDF)
Request for Review of Special Circumstance(s)
The FAFSA uses your family’s prior-prior year income to determine your financial aid eligibility. It is assumed that this is an accurate predictor of your family’s financial strength during the academic year. We understand, however, that this may not be the case. Federal Regulations allow us to adjust the FAFSA to reflect more realistic information when a family's income is drastically reduced from one year to the next. If you would like to request a re-evaluation of your income, please submit one of the following forms: