The Financial Aid Office determines the supply of aid to which the student meets the eligibility requirements and the availability of funds and therefore reserves the right to make changes in the aid when needed.
The student must complete the Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) via the Internet by accessing the page www.fafsa.gov.
The application is free, it is transmitted over the Internet and you can select the version in English or Spanish. This application will be used to assess eligibility for all federal, state or institution that manages institutional. The organization will receive the response from the FAFSA to the proper evaluation, approximately 72 hours.
You need the following documents to facilitate the process:
- Social Security Number (yours and your parent, if you are a dependent student)
- Driver's License Number
- Income Tax Return of the previous taxable year to which you are applying
- Information other income received in the home, except Social Security benefits and benefits Nutrition
Assistance Program (NAP)
- W-2 - If it is required to file return
All applicants must have a personal identification number ( PIN NUMBER ) 4 digit, to sign the application electronically, correct, know the status of it or access to the answer. Students who are dependent on their parents, one parent must apply for a PIN to electronically sign the scholarship and accelerate the process. You can request a PIN to: www.pin.ed.gov or when completing the FAFSA. This number is unique and you can use it every year. Do not share your PIN number with others, protect your identity!