Forms and Publications
PLEASE, PUT YOUR STUDENT ID NUMBER ON ALL DOCUMENTS!
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Please submit verification paperwork as soon as notification is received. Verifications submitted close to the start of term may delay financial aid disbursement, as processing time increases during busy periods in the financial aid office.
This section of the webpage holds verification forms for the 2019-20 academic year (Summer 2019 – Spring 2020).
Do you need an IRS transcript? Scroll down.
Must submit original document(s). Faxes and scans will not be accepted.
Dependent Student Benefit Verification
Independent Student with Dependents
Independent Benefit Veri. w/ Dependent
Independent student without Dependents
Independent Benefit Veri. w/o Dependent
Follow this hyperlink for a step-by-step list of instructions and a few tips on how to get a non-filing verification letter.
PLEASE WRITE YOUR STUDENT ID NUMBER ON YOUR LETTER FROM THE IRS!
- You may be able to obtain a PDF of your transcript online, or you can order a paper copy to come through the mail through the IRS website.
- You can link your tax return transcript data to your FAFSA with the IRS Data Retrieval Tool (DRT), which will satisfy the transcript requirement.
- 1-800-908-9946, to order by phone.
- IRS Form 4506-T, to fax or mail in.
PLEASE WRITE YOUR STUDENT ID NUMBER ON YOUR IRS TRANSCRIPT!
¡POR FAVOR ESCRIBAN SU NÚMERO DE IDENTIFICACIÓN DE ESTUDIANTE (STUDENT ID) EN SU CARTA DE TRANSCRIPCIÓN DEL IRS (IRS TRANSCRIPTS)!
Loan, Aid, and Enrollment Revision Requests
SAR Comment Code
Selective Service – 030, 033
Citizenship – 46, 105, 109, 121, 142, 144, 146
NSLDS Loan Limits – 254, 255, 256, 260
(2) Making Satisfactory Repayment Arrangements for the Excess Loan Amount (Reaffirmation)
A student who has inadvertently overborrowed may regain Title IV eligibility by making satisfactory repayment arrangements acceptable to the servicer of the loan. The satisfactory repayment arrangement requirement can be met if the student agrees, in writing, to repay the excess amount according to the terms and conditions of the promissory note that supported the loan. This is called “reaffirmation.”
The reaffirmation process includes the following steps:
- Step 1 – Either the institution or the student contacts the servicer and explains that the student has inadvertently overborrowed and wishes to reaffirm the debt.
- Step 2 – The servicer sends the student a reaffirmation agreement.
- Step 3 – The student reads, signs, and returns to the servicer the reaffirmation agreement.
- Step 4 – The servicer sends the student confirmation that the reaffirmation agreement has been accepted. The student or servicer must provide a copy of the reaffirmation confirmation to the institution.
- Step 5 – The inadvertent overborrowing is considered to have been resolved as of the date the servicer receives the student’s signed reaffirmation agreement.
If the above linked reaffirmation agreement does not display properly in your browser, right-click on the button and “Save link as…” before opening the file on your desktop (not in your web browser).
NSLDS Total and Permanent Discharge (TPD) – 282
NSLDS Unusual Enrollment History – 359, 360
Additional and Untaxed Income Verification – 400, 401
Academic Year Independent
Consent to Release Information
FERPA prohibits EOU from giving parents access to student information except with the student’s voluntary, written consent. EOU may release student information to parents only with the written consent of the student – regardless of the student’s age, or whether the student is a legal dependent of the parent, or whether the parent pays the student’s tuition and school expenses. FERPA does not allow us to give information such as grades or GPA over the phone or via e-mail, even to the student.
Request for Student’s Identification Number and Certification
New or Change to Existing Fee Remission Request
All new fee remissions requests must be submitted for budget and executive approval prior to award offer being made.
Post-Baccalaureate Students Wanting Financial Aid
Post-Baccalaureate students, as described on the Graduate Admissions webpage, who would like to receive federal financial aid will need to fill out the Post Baccalaureate Financial-Aid Eligibility Form on the Registrar’s Office website.
- 2015 National Financial Aid Programs Profile
- Supporting Undocumented Youth
- Supporting Academic Success of Pregnant and Parenting Students
- Getting Started With Mountie Hub (online student access for registration, billing, financial aid)
Download FSA Pubs Collection (PDF)
Download myStudentAid App Flyer (PDF)