Only applicable to those selected for verification for the 2016-17 and/or 2017-18 academic years:
- Effective 4/27/17, the federal Department of Education revised the acceptable documentation required for tax filers.
- If you have been asked to submit 2015 tax information, you may hand in a signedcopy of your 2015 federal tax returns instead of obtaining a 2015 tax return transcript , as you may have previously been informed.
- If you did not retain a copy of your taxes for your records, see the IRS Document Request Guide, for instructions detailing how to obtain a Tax Return Transcript.
- As of May 10, 2015, FSA IDs are used to e-sign the FAFSA application instead of the former PIN (Personal Identification Number) system
- All students (and a parent, for dependent students) must create an FSA ID
- Your FSA ID confirms your identity when you access your financial aid information and electronically sign your FAFSA, Entrance Counseling, or a Master Promissory Note
- To create your FSA ID, reference the FSA ID Guide for step-by-step instructions, paying special attention to Step 4 if you already
have a PIN set up as you will need to link it to your new FSA ID. You will begin the
process at either the FAFSA website or the FSA ID website .
Includes the following semesters: Fall 2017, Winter 2017, Spring 2018, Summer 2018
- Dependent Student - Qualifying Household Members
- Independent Student - Qualifying Household Members
- IRS Document Request Guide
- Student Tax Non-Filer
- Parent Tax Non-Filer
- Proof of Identity & Statement of Educational Purpose
- Asset Clarification
- Grant/Scholarship Clarification
- Parent Marital Status and Tax Filing Status
- Student Marital Status and Tax Filing Status
- Loan Instructions (Accepting, Adjusting, Canceling)
- 150% Subsidized Loan Limit Fact Sheet
- Be a Savvy Student: Limiting your Loan Borrowing