Financial Aid Verification
Your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) was selected for review by the U.S. Department of Education in a process called “Verification”. This means St. Francis College must compare the information from your FAFSA, your 2017 Federal tax transcript, verification worksheet, and other financial documents. If there are differences between your FAFSA information and your financial documents, additional information may be requested and/or corrections will be processed. The law says that we have the right to ask you for this information and resolve any conflicts before awarding Federal financial aid (34 CFR, Part 668). You must provide St, Francis College with all the requested applicable documents. Additional required “Documents/Forms” are located on our webpage. Federal aid cannot be disbursed to your account until the verification process has been completed.
Unusual Enrollment History Flag: The U.S. Department of Education has added the Unusual Enrollment History Flag to the information received by the college. This flag indicates whether students have an unusual enrollment history (transferring to multiple colleges) in regard to the receipt of Federal Pell Grant (Pell Grant) funds, and requires follow-up by the college to review the student's enrollment patterns.
Federal verification for the 2019-20 academic year requires 2017 income tax information
Document Submission Deadline
Fall Admits: July 1st
Spring Admits: January 10th