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Financial Aid Forms

 

After submitting requested documents to the Financial Aid Office, you can check on their status by logging in to WebAdvisor, navigating to Financial Aid, and clicking on Financial Aid Self-Service.  

Below are the statuses and their definitions:

RECEIVED – Your document has been received and imaged, but is not yet processed*.

COMPLETED – The Verification team has reviewed your document and it is complete.  If all requested documents have a status of “Completed,” the file is complete and you will be awarded soon (awarding occurs on Tuesdays unless otherwise noted).

INCOMPLETE - The Verification team has reviewed the document and further action is required on your part.  You will receive communication from the Financial Aid Office as to your next step.

* Processing can take at least 10 business days, and sometimes longer during peak periods.

Please always check your Financial Aid Self-Service account to determine which forms are required before submitting any of the following forms.  Please contact us with any questions.

Students within our service area must submit documents to the Financial Aid Office in person. Distance students may submit documents via student email or postal service. The Financial Aid Office is no longer able to accept documentation via fax.

IMPORTANT!  Click here to read the Document Submission Policy before submitting any documents (especially if submitting via email or postal service).

Our forms are now fillable PDF files! You cannot submit them directly from this webpage. You must use Adobe Reader to fill out the documents across all operating systems and devices. Using the Preview app on Apple desktop, notebook, and iOS devices will result in lost data. After completing the documents, save them to your computer prior to printing them for in-person submission or sending them as an email attachment.

 

2017-18 Financial Aid Forms

2017-18 forms are for fall 2017, spring 2018, and summer 2018 semesters only. Please be sure to complete the 2017-18 FAFSA at fafsa.ed.gov if you are interested in applying for financial aid for these semesters.

Financial Aid Cover Sheet

2017-18 Verification Worksheet (all sections)

Section A: Instructions for Tax Return Filers

Section B: Instructions for Non-Tax Return Filers

Section C: Food Stamp Recipients

Section D: Household Information

Section E: Child Support Paid

Section F: High School Completion Status

2017-18 Bachelor's Degree Attestation Form

2017-18 Declining a Grant Form

2017-18 Direct Loan Adjustment Form

2017-18 Direct PLUS Loan Worksheet

2017-18 FAFSA Signature Page

2017-18 Identity/Statement of Educational Purpose Worksheet

2017-18 Income Verification Form

2017-18 Parent Asset Verification Form

2017-18 Pell Lifetime Eligibility Used Form

2017-18 Student Asset Verification Form

2017-18 June, July, August Work-Study Timesheet

FASAP Appeal Request

Release of Information Form

Withdrawal of Previous Release of Information Form

 

Financial Aid Resources

Appeal Schedule

BankMobile Disbursements

Cost of Attendance

Disbursement Schedule

Education Tax Credit Information

FAFSA Appointment Scheduler

Federal Return of Title IV Funds Policy

Net Price Calculator

Satisfactory Progress

Student Rights & Responsibilities

 

Helpful Links

Free Application for Federal Student Aidwww.fafsa.ed.gov
Submit your FAFSA or check your application status with the Department of Education online.

Create an FSA ID and passwordhttps://fsaid.ed.gov/npas/index.htm
Use this site to create an FSA ID and password for logging into federal financial aid websites.

Learn more about the FSA ID and passwordhttps://studentaid.ed.gov/sa/fafsa/filling-out/fsaid
Use this site to learn about the FSA ID and password for logging into federal financial aid websites.

Federal Student Aidwww.studentaid.ed.gov
To find information on federal student aid, access federal student aid publications, find federal government resources for education, and other useful information.

National Student Loan Data Systemwww.nslds.ed.gov
Use this site with your PIN to inquire about prior student loans.

The Financial Aid Shopping Sheet is a consumer tool that participating institutions will use to notify students about their financial aid package. It is a standardized form that is designed to simplify the information that prospective students receive about costs and financial aid so that they can easily compare institutions and make informed decisions about where to attend school. The Financial Aid Shopping Sheet can be found in WebAdvisor. After logging in to WebAdvisor, click "Curriculum Students," then click "Financial Aid Shopping Sheet."

College Foundation of North Carolinawww.CFNC.org
Your one source for college information in North Carolina.  Go to "Paying for College" tab.

North Carolina Education Assistance Authoritywww.ncseaa.edu
Information about scholarship and grant programs in North Carolina.