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Financial Aid Forms

General Forms

Federal Work Study Forms

SAP - Satisfactory Academic Progress Forms

  • SAP Appeal Request Form (PDF)
  • Circumstance Documentation Required

    Student’s illness (mental or physical), hospitalization, injury, or disability

    Note that financial aid requirements differ from academic requirements. Federal regulations require the prognosis relating to the lack of academic progress (see Documentation Required at the right). Please do not submit pages of medical records and physician visit notes: carefully review the information at the right and have the medical provider summarize and provide as requested.

    Written documentation from health care provider detailing

    • Approximate date of onset of the illness, injury, or disability-giving rise to the circumstance surrounding the appeal and the dates through such condition continued.
    • The general nature of the illness, or disability that prevents or prevented you from meeting the progress standards
    • The date on which you were or anticipated being able to resume your eligibility for financial aid
    • The prognosis for being able to medically meet standards now or documentation of accommodations being received to compensate for the illness, injury, or disability

    Illness, accident, or injury of a significant person in the student’s life

    Provide documentation (e.g., physician’s statement, police report, or documentation form a third party professional) relating to the individual for whom the student provided care or support and proof of the student’s relation to that person

    Death of a family member or significant person in the student’s life 

    Provide a copy of an obituary or death certificate and proof of the student’s relation to that person

    The student’s own divorce or separation of the divorce of the student’s parents

    Provide an attorney’s letter on law firms letterhead, petition of dissolution, or copy of divorce decree

    Personal problems other than the student’s own mental or physical illness, injury, or disability, issues with the student’s spouse, family, roommate, or other significant person in the student’s life 

    Provide court documentation, police reports, written statement from an attorney, professional advisor, or other individual describing the circumstances and proof of the student’s relation to that person 

    Victimization of a violent crime

    Provide police reports or a written statement and/or supporting documents 

    Exceeding the timeframe as a result of changing majors, excess transfer credits, poor grades, and/or multiple withdrawals 

    Provide a written statement from an advisor, counselor, or other professional supporting your plan for academic success 

    Exceeding the timeframe while in a successive program plan or selective admissions program

    Provide advisor’s written statement and signature relating to the academic advantage or professional necessity of the successive degree

Scholarship and External Award Forms