Important Forms

The links below will guide students to very important forms that may be required in order for the Office of Financial Aid to complete verification and/or appeal processes and to confirm financial aid eligibility. Read more about how to view your required documents in my.Fairfield office with questions regarding these forms or with questions about any part of the financial aid process. The deadline to submit any/all financial aid requirements is August 1.

Academic Year 2014-2015
Forms by Student Status
Dependent Student
(and parents)
Independent Student
(and/or spouse)
Household Verification Worksheet Household Verification Worksheet
Child Support Paid Worksheet Child Support Paid Worksheet
SNAP Benefit Worksheet SNAP Benefit Worksheet
Student Non-Filing Income Worksheet Student Non-Filing Income Worksheet
Parent Non-Filing Income Worksheet  

 

Academic Year 2014-2015
General Forms
Sibling Enrollment Form
Verification of Other Untaxed Income for 2013
High School Completion Status Worksheet
Identity/Statement of Educational Purpose
(must be completed in-person in the Office of Financial Aid)

Special Conditions Appeal Form
Use this form to notify the Office of Financial Aid of a change in
your financial circumstances during an academic year.
Read more about our appeal policy.

Noncustodial PROFILE Waiver Appeal Form
Read more about the noncustodial parent requirement
and about our appeal policy
.

Financial Aid Registration Authorization Form
Use this form to register without payment when financial aid covers all costs.
Learn more about registration.

Loan Request Form
Use this form to request a new or additional federal loan (Direct or Parent PLUS).
Student Title IV Authorization Form
This form allows the student to give the university permission to receive all financial
aid funds (federal, state, institutional, other) on their behalf for educational expenses.
Parent Title IV Authorization Form
This form allows the parent borrower of a Direct PLUS Loan to give the university
permission to receive loan proceeds on their student's behalf for educational expenses.