Forms and Required Documents (Verification)
Once a FAFSA has been completed by a student, NICC begins to review and process the application. To make sure the information on the FAFSA is correct, students may be selected for verification by the U.S. Department of Education (Federal Student Aid).
If selected, students must complete these steps in order to receive a Financial Aid Offer that outlines the types of aid the student may be eligible for. To complete the verification process, NICC may request tax, income, and other household information, as well as supporting documentation from a student, spouse, or parent(s). Being selected for verification or being asked to resolve other FAFSA items does not necessarily mean that there is something wrong with a student's FAFSA. Accuracy of information is essential to administering student financial aid, and clarifying the information on the FAFSA is sometimes required.
Students should review their Student Aid Report (SAR) for specific details related to the FAFSA. The SAR summarizes the information that was provided on the FAFSA and will provide details about any errors, issues or additional steps that may be required. Contact the Federal Student Aid Information Center at 1-800-433-3243 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Students should follow these steps to complete the financial aid process with NICC. Once completed, a student receives a financial aid offer.
Step 1: Log in to MyCampus.
Step 2: Search for Self Service for Students and then access the Financial Aid task. Review the Checklist and take action where needed.
Step 3: One of the checklist items is Complete Required Documents. If this indicates Action Needed, read each description and follow the link provided. The student, and/or a parent, may be required to print and complete a form, make a correction to their FAFSA and resubmit it, or take other action to resolve an eligibility issue.
Step 4: Some Required Documents will link the student to the NICC portal for electronic forms, eForms. This requires the student to log in, complete, and submit the form. Dependent students should have at least one parent available to verify their information and electronically sign the eForm as well.
Please note that some Required Documents may require the student to submit supporting documentation that may include personally identifiable information (PII). NICC follows strict guidelines in order to protect student and parent data privacy. Please use the Document Submission eForm to submit any additional documents that may be required. Do not email documents that include PII.
Step 5: Once all Required Documents are submitted and processed and missing information resolved, the Financial Aid Office will provide an aid offer notification via a student's NICC email account.
Trouble logging in to MyCampus, Self Service or eForms? Contact the NICC Helpdesk at 844.642.2338 ext. 555 or email email@example.com.
2023-2024 Parent Forms/Resources (Parents of Dependent students only)
The resources and forms for the 2023-24 school year, which includes the upcoming fall 2023, spring 2024 and summer 2024 semesters (August 21, 2023 - August 9, 2024) are now available:
- 2023-24 Parent Asset Information
- 2023-24 Parent Type of Tax Return
- 2023-24 Parent Taxes Paid
- 2023-24 Parent Marital Status
- 2023-24 Missing Parent Signature
- 2023-24 Missing Parental Information
- 2023-24 Parent Must File Taxes
- 2023-24 Parent/Step-Parent Tax Information
- 2023-24 Same SSN for both Parents
- 2023-24 Parent FAFSA Refusal
- 2023-24 Parent Verification Worksheet
2022-2023 Parent Forms/Resources (Parents of Dependent students only)
These parent forms are for the 2022-23 current school year, which includes the fall 2022, spring 2023 and summer 2023 semesters (August 22, 2022 - August 10, 2023).
- 2022-23 Parent Asset Information
- 2022-23 Parents' Type of Tax Return
- 2022-23 Parent Taxes Paid
- 2022-23 Parent Marital Status
- 2022-23 Missing Parent Signature
- 2022-23 Missing Parental Information
- 2022-23 Parents Must File Taxes
- 2022-23 Parent/Step-Parent Tax Information
- 2022-23 Same SSN for both Parents