Question:c What is the verification process?
Answer: The financial aid office will review your federal tax returns and other submitted material and compare them with the information you submitted on the FAFSA. It is to the student’s benefit to respond to and complete the verification process as quickly as possible because no packaging, awarding, and disbursement of aid will be made until verification is completed. If there are any differences found between information reported in the FAFSA and actual figures reported in tax returns and other required documentation, adjustments will be made to the FAFSA you submitted. Your award will be based upon the corrected information.
How do I apply for financial aid?
Is it better to complete the FAFSA online?
How long does the Financial Aid process take?
What documents will you need for the verification process?
What is the verification process?
What makes a student eligible for the PELL Grant?
Can I use my W-2 to fill out the FAFSA?
Must I be enrolled full-time to receive financial aid?
If I’am not living at home with my parents, can I be considered independent?
How do I check the status of my financial award online?
How can I get help with my books?
What about my refund check?