Forms

Forms and Documents

When mailing or faxing a form or document to KVCC Financial Aid Office, please include the student’s name and date of birth or Student Identification Number on each page.

 

2017 - 2018 Financial Aid Forms

Award Acceptance Form 

Form used to accept award(s) on student account

Verification Worksheet 

Only required for students whose FAFSA has been selected for verification 

Identity/Statement of Educational Purpose 

Only required for certain students (not all) whose FAFSA has been selected for verification 

Homeless/Guardian/Emancipated Form

Only required for students who must verify their independent status on the FAFSA

Missing Student/Parent Signature on FAFSA Form

For a student and/or parent of a dependent student who is required to sign the FAFSA and has been unable to sign the FAFSA online via FSA user ID and password

Asset Verification Form

Required only for certain students, as indicated by a letter from the Financial Aid Office

Appeal - Extenuating Circumstances Form

For a student or a parent of a dependent student whose financial situation has changed significantly in a way that is not reflected on the FAFSA 

Low Income/Non-Filer Form Dependent

For a parent of a dependent student who reports low income on the FAFSA or is not filing taxes

Low Income/Non-Filer Form Independent

For an independent student who reports low income on the FAFSA or is not filing taxes

College Enrollment Verification Form

For verifying other siblings or children in college in the same year

 

2018-2019 Financial Aid Forms

Award Acceptance Form 

Form used to accept award(s) on student account  

Verification Worksheet

Only required for students whose FAFSA has been selected for verification 

Identity/Statement of Educational Purpose

Only required for certain students (not all) whose FAFSA has been selected for verification 

Homeless/Guardian/Emancipated Form

Only required for students who must verify their independent status on the FAFSA

Missing Student/Parent Signature on FAFSA Form

For a student and/or parent of a dependent student who is required to sign the FAFSA and has been unable to sign the FAFSA online via FSA user ID and password

Asset Verification Form

Required only for certain students, as indicated by a letter from the Financial Aid Office

Appeal - Extenuating Circumstances Form

For a student or a parent of a dependent student whose financial situation has changed significantly in a way that is not reflected on the FAFSA 

Low Income/Non-Filer Form Dependent

For a parent of a dependent student who reports low income on the FAFSA or is not filing taxes

Low Income/Non-Filer Form Independent

For an independent student who reports low income on the FAFSA or is not filing taxes

College Enrollment Verification Form

For verifying other siblings or children in college in the same year

NEW for 2018–2019! If you are the parent of a dependent student, an independent student, or an independent student’s spouse if the spouse did not file a tax return submit an IRS Verification of Nonfiling Letter. The federal government now requires independent students and the parents of dependent students who filed a FAFSA to have the IRS verify if no tax return was filed. If you fit one of those categories and did not file a 2016 tax return, you must request a Verification of Nonfiling Letter from the IRS and submit the nonfiling letter as part of your financial aid application materials. DO NOT list KVCC as a third-party recipient when requesting your nonfiling letter. You should have the IRS send the document directly to you; then you should submit a copy to KVCC.
Dependent students who did not file a 2016 tax return do NOT have to submit an IRS Verification of Nonfiling Letter.

 

Other Forms:

 

Appeal of Satisfactory Academic Progress
 
Application for Native American Tuition Waiver
 

FERPA (Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act) Agreement Release Form

 

 

Other Information:

 

Federal Student Aid: Find the Information You Need Online

 

Requesting IRS Tax Transcripts

 

What is Satisfactory Academic Progress?

 

Financial Aid and Your Bill