Forms requested by the Financial Aid Office will be listed on your To-Do List in your Student Service Center. If a form is not listed on your To-Do List, it is not required by the Financial Aid Office at this time. To check the status of any item, click on the "More" button on your To-Do List. This will show you which documents are needed or have been received, for example.
The forms that will be found below are for the Fall 2021 and Spring 2022 academic year.
When to use this form: If your application for financial aid has been selected for a process called Quality Assurance Verification. You will be notified if you have been selected. Required items will be listed on your To-Do List.
If your application for financial aid has been selected for a process called Quality Assurance Verification. You will be notified if you have been selected, and required items will be listed on your To-Do List.
If you were not awarded a loan as part of your initial financial aid package and you now want to request a loan, or you were awarded a loan as part of your initial financial aid package but you want to request an increased amount. Check with the Financial Aid Office to determine if you have remaining loan eligibility.
If you have been offered and accepted a Nursing Loan on your Offer Letter. This is not an application for the Nursing Loan; Nursing Loan eligibility is determined by your FAFSA.
If financial aid eligibility is suspended as a result of failure to meet the completion rate or maximum timeframe standard, use this form to submit an appeal to be reconsidered for Financial Aid. For more information, please review our Satisfactory Academic Progress policy.
If your FAFSA indicates you reported dependents other than your children or spouse who live with you and who receive more than half their support from you, July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2022.
If your FAFSA indicates you reported a dependent child or children who live with you and who receives more than half their support from you, July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2022.
If you would like to apply for the Federal TEACH Grant. Undergraduate students may only receive the TEACH grant for their first undergraduate degree; you must be enrolled in a major listed on the application form to be considered.
To be eligible for an Illinois Student Assistance Commission Monetary Award Program (ISAC MAP Grant), you need to provide proof that you have resided in Illinois continuously since August 15, 2020.