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2020-2021 FORMS

2019-2020 aid year forms

 Selected for Verification

The federal government selects FAFSAs to be verified by the financial aid department. Our school may also select FAFSAs to be verified. During verification, a financial aid counselor must confirm that certain data elements on the FAFSA are correct before a student may receive any financial aid. In order to have payment arrangements made by the tuition due date, please turn in all requested verification items by the deadlines below:

  • Fall 2020 Priority Verification Deadline: June 1, 2020
    Fall 2020 Final Verification Deadline: October 15, 2020
  • Spring 2021 Priority Verification Deadline: December 15, 2020
    Spring 2021 Final Verification Deadline: March 15, 2021

Failure to submit documentation by the final verification deadline may result in loss of financial aid eligibility. Our office is not required to complete verification after the final deadline has passed. Students may appeal to the Director of Financial Aid for an extension to the deadline. 

Tax return information is required as part of the verification process. When sending tax information (returns or transcripts), the preferred method is to upload the documents by going to your BannerWEB portal, clicking on the “Financial Aid” tab and then clicking on “Document Upload -- Financial Aid”; documents must be in pdf format. Otherwise, please mail, fax, or send through an encrypted or password protected email. The password should be sent in a separate email. Emails that are not password protected will not be accepted and the individual will be asked to send the tax information again through one of the acceptable methods. When faxing or emailing tax documentation to us, for your security, please block out all SSNs, leaving only the last 4 digits for identification purposes. If your 2020-2021 FAFSA has been selected for verification, we must confirm 2018 income tax information reported on the FAFSA. See the Verification Worksheet for more detailed information.

Outside Scholarship Form

Links to BannerWebLog in and click on

  1. Financial Aid,
  2. Award, and
  3. Award for Aid Year.
  4. Choose the corresponding Aid Year to submit your outside scholarships electronically on the Resources/Additional Information tab.

Citizenship and Immigration Affidavit

Only for use if you are contacted by the Financial Aid Office. For students who need to provide proof of citizenship documentation but cannot come in person to provide it. Must be notarized by a US notary. 

For non-US citizens or Permanent Residents

If you are classified as a Texas resident and therefore are eligible to pay the Texas in-state tuition rate, use this 2020/21 TASFA application (instructions below application). To use this application, your classification as a Texas resident must not be due to a waiver, such as an in-state scholarship or an assistantship.

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