Federal Verification Process
After filing a FAFSA form, students may be randomly selected for a review process called "Verification" by The Department of Education. During Verification, the Financial Aid Office is required to verify the accuracy of the information reported on your FAFSA form. Additional documentation may be needed as part of this verification process.
All current and admitted students need to submit the FAFSA and any required verification documents to be eligible for financial aid. If you do not submit the FAFSA or required verification documents, you will need to pay the full semester tuition before enrolling in classes.
For questions about financial aid, contact your student services advisor or email@example.com