Your 2020–2021 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) was selected for review in a process called verification. The law says that before awarding Federal Student Aid, we may ask you to confirm the information you and your parents reported on your FAFSA. To verify that you provided correct information the financial aid administrator at your school will compare your FAFSA with the information on this worksheet and with any other required documents. If there are differences, your FAFSA information may need to be corrected. You and at least one parent must complete and sign this worksheet, attach any required documents, and submit the form and other required documents to the financial aid administrator at your school. Your school may ask for additional information. If you have questions about verification, contact your financial aid administrator as soon as possible so that your financial aid will not be delayed.
Provide one of the following documents that indicate the student’s high school completion status when the student begins college in 2019–2020:
A copy of the student’s high school diploma.
For students who completed secondary education in a foreign country, a copy of the “secondary school leaving certificate” or other similar document.
A copy of the student’s final official high school transcript that shows the date when the diploma was awarded.
A State certificate or transcript received by a student after the student passed a State-authorized examination
An academic transcript that indicates the student successfully completed at least a two-year program that is acceptable for full credit toward a bachelor’s degree.
For a student who was homeschooled in a State where State law requires the student to obtain a secondary school completion credential for homeschooling (other than a high school diploma or its recognized equivalent),
that the State recognizes as the equivalent of a high school diploma (GED test, HiSET, TASC, or other
a copy of that credential.
For a student who was homeschooled in a State where State law does not require the student to obtain a secondary school completion credential for homeschooling (other than a high school diploma or its recognized equivalent), a transcript, or the equivalent, signed by the student's parent or guardian, that lists the secondary school courses the student completed and includes a statement that the student successfully completed a secondary school education in a homeschool setting.
A student who is unable to obtain the documentation listed above must contact the financial aid office.
Certifications and Signatures (Dependent Student)
WARNING: If you purposely give false or misleading information you may be fined, sent to prison, or both.
Certifications and Signatures
Each person signing below certifies that all of the information reported is complete and correct. The
student and one parent whose information was
reported on the FAFSA must sign and date.