Resources for Verification, Adjustments, and Managing Your Loans.
At Saint Francis, we do our best, working with the government, to get you the financial aid you need. Financial aid forms and processes come with the territory. We’re always here for you if you have questions or concerns. And, each form includes instructions about where and how to turn it in.
Financial Aid Forms
Throughout the Financial Aid process, you may need to verify, appeal, or adjust your application. If so, the following forms will be needed.
If you were selected for verification for the 2023-2024 academic year, use one of the following forms:
- 2023-24 Verification Form – Dependent
- 2023-24 Verification Form – Independent
- Identity and Statement of Educational Purpose
Note: You cannot use your 1040, 1040A, or 1040EZ forms as Income Verification. If you are required to turn in a Federal Tax Return Transcript, you can request one via www.irs.gov.
Our Office of Financial Aid gives students their maximum Direct Loan eligibility. If you want to limit the amount borrowed, you can decline all or a portion of the loan amount.
Please contact the financial aid office at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 260-399-8003 to increase or decrease a parent or graduate plus loan.
Alternative loans are available from private vendors. Per the federal Truth in Lending Act, the lending agency must have a signed self-certification form.
- Alternative Loan Self-Certification
Financial Aid Processes
Change in Circumstances
If your financial situation has changed and the information on your FAFSA no longer represents your current circumstances, you can contact our office for a review and possible adjustment.
SAP Appeal Process
Students who fail to make satisfactory academic progress and who are suspended must appeal to have their financial aid reinstated. Appeals are submitted via the SAP Appeal Form along with supporting documentation prior to the beginning of the next term of attendance.
Office of Financial Aid
Monday – Friday:
8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.