Fall 2015, Spring 2016, Summer 2016 - 2015-16 Forms coming Spring 2015
Please complete the form, print it out, sign and date, make a copy for your records, and submit. Be sure to include your SPC ID on all submitted documents.
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- FAFSA on the Web worksheet
Use this form to assist you in completing the FAFSA
- FAFSA Application
Use this printable version of the FAFSA for planning purposes before you complete the FAFSA online.
- Asset Worksheet
Use this form to report asset information if required to do so on your To Do List.
- Child Support Paid
Use this form if you need to report Child Support Paid for 2012 as reported on the FAFSA, if you have been asked to do so.
- Dependency Status Worksheet
Complete if you have been asked by Financial Assistance Services for documentation regarding your dependency status for 2013-2014.
- Dependent Clarification Worksheet
Use this form if you (the student) or your parent(s) included dependent(s) in the household size that were not claimed as a dependent on your or your parents’ 2012 tax return.
- Grade Level Correction
After you have corrected your grade level information on your FAFSA, submit this form if you have been instructed to do so. FAS will use it to assess your eligibility for financial assistance as a dependent student.
- Identity and Statement of Educational Purpose
Please submit this document if you have been asked to do so. SPC must have the original of this document. Scanned or faxed copies of this document cannot be accepted.
- Income Clarification Worksheet
Used during the verification process for students who have no reported income or are not required to file taxes.
- Pell Grant Grade Level Correction
After you have corrected your grade level information on your FAFSA, submit this form if you have been instructed to do so. FAS will use it to assess your eligibility for a Pell Grant.
- Receipt of Food Stamps - SNAP Worksheet
Use this form if you need to report receipt of food stamps for 2011 or 2012 as reported on the FAFSA, if you have been asked to do so.
- Selective Service Verification Form
For students with the checklist item asking for proof of registration with the Selective Service, this sheet will help you understand what information and documents our office needs.
- Student Aid Eligibility Worksheet for Question 23
Use this worksheet to determine your eligibility for financial aid if you have been convicted of possessing or selling illegal drugs or because you left question 23 on the FAFSA blank.
- Unusual Enrollment Petition
Use this form to document unusual circumstances that resulted in failure to gain academic credit at a prior institution.
- Verification Worksheet
If you are selected for Verification, please submit this form, along with 2012 tax information for the student and/or parents.
- Request for Transcript of a Tax Return
Use IRS form 4506-T to request that a paper copy of your return be sent to your personal address. Please do not submit this request to SPC and do not have the Tax Return Transcript mailed directly to SPC.
To submit Verification documents you may bring them into Registration, fax them to 727-791-2495, or e-mail it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Satisfactory Academic Progress
Choose and complete the form that fits your situation.
- Satisfactory Academic Progress Appeal Checklist for Financial Aid GPA/Completion Ratio and Maximum Time Frame
Complete this form if you are on Financial Aid Suspension for Financial Aid GPA, Completion Ratio or Maximum Time Frame and are submitting an initial appeal.
- Satisfactory Academic Progress Collegewide Appeal for a denied SAP Appeal
Complete this form if you are appealing a 2013-14 denied SAP Appeal. You must include a typewritten statement and additional documentation.
- Satisfactory Academic Progress Collegewide Appeal for a failed Academic Plan
Complete this form if you are appealing a failed Financial Aid Academic Plan.
To submit an SAP Appeal you may bring it into Registration, fax it to 727-444-6991, or e-mail it to email@example.com
- Bright Futures Eligibility Appeal
- Bright Futures Grade and Hour Evaluation Request
- Johnnie Ruth Clarke Scholarship Appeal
- Presidential Scholarship Appeal
- Department of Children and Families Tuition and Fee Exemption
Students who received services from the Department of Children and Families (DCF) may be eligible for a Tuition and Fee Exemption if they reached age 18 in the custody of DCF, were adopted from DCF, were in the custody of a relative under s. 39.5085, F.S. or placed in a guardianship by the court after reaching age 16 and spending at least 6 months in the custody of DCF.
- Fee Waiver for Purple Heart
Students who have received a Purple Heart or other combat decoration superior in precedence may be eligible for a fee waiver.
- Homeless Fee Exemption Change in Enrollment
If you are a Homeless Fee Exemption recipient, complete this form if you change your class schedule for the term.
- Federal Direct Parent Loan for Undergraduate Students (PLUS)
Parents only: follow these procedures to begin the PLUS Loan process, then submit it to Financial Aid.
- Federal Direct Loan In-School Deferment Request
If needed, submit to the Direct Loan Service to request a deferment of payments on your Federal Stafford Direct Loans. You must be enrolled at least half-time. Interest does not accrue (accumulate) on subsidized Stafford Loans during a deferment period, but you are responsible for paying the interest that accrues during a deferment on unsubsidized Stafford Loans. If you don’t pay the interest that accrues on an unsubsidized Stafford Loan during a deferment period, it will be capitalized (added to the loan principal balance) at the end of the deferment. Fax this form to SPC for completion to 727-341-3231.
- Federal Direct Stafford Loan Entrance Counseling
- Federal Direct Stafford Loan Exit Counseling
- Federal Direct Stafford Loan Master Promissory Note
- Private Education Loan Applicant Self-Certification
This form satisfies the requirements that a private education loan lender must obtain a self-certification signed by the applicant before disbursing a private education loan.
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