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Note: If you withdraw from ALL of your classes, you will be required to repay a portion of the Financial Aid funds that you receive.

Students, you can now access your Financial Aid information using Reg-e, by Logging-on at http://studentweb.sdccd.edu and entering your Reg-e PIN. Select "Registration" followed by "View Your Financial Aid". You can determine what forms are necessary to complete your file, if your file is complete, and if you have been determined eligible for any Financial Aid awards. Using Reg-e, you may never have to wait in line again!

Forms Notes:

  1. Please allow 24-48 hours for any faxed document to be received and posted. If you fax on Thursday afternoon it will be the following Tuesday before you will see a change on reg-e . Please see office hours.
  2. Please be sure that the student name and CSID number are clearly written on each page sent.
  3. Please DO NOT fax multiple copies of the same document.
  4. Please DO NOT send emails with forms attached to any staff member in the financial aid office. The email server is not encrypted and therefore it's not safe/secure to email anything with private confidential information. Any Attached documents will be deleted.
  5. For a Password Form click here or on General Forms below.
  6. Students who need a Social Service or Housing form completed; Please turn the form in to the Financial Aid office.  The form will be completed and ready for pick-up in 48 hours.

 

General Forms

Change Your Educational Objective form

Password Form

Return of Federal Funds Flyer

Standards of Satisfactory of Academic Progress 

 

2018 - 2019 FORMS
2018 -2019 Forms

(For Fall 2018, Spring 2019, and Summer 2019)

As of October 1, 2017, You are able to submit your 2018-2019 FAFSA and renewal applications. Please be aware that the 2018/2019 application is applicable to Fall 2018, Spring 2019, & Summer 2019.  You are encouraged to apply early.  If you apply early, you should expect to receive your first response from SD Mesa College Financial Aid approximately April-May 2018.  In the interim, you may receive automated notices indicating the application was submitted successfully, or that you may need to make necessary corrections before the school can download and process the FAFSA

FAFSA Worksheet 2018-19 ENGLISH

DEADLINE 6/30/2019 for 2018-19 FAFSA.  Please note, the FAFSA must be received by the school before your last day of attendance for the academic period) this is only a worksheet. You are not permitted to mail this form.  Please visit https://fafsa.ed.gov/ to fill in your FAFSA on-line.

 

FAFSA Worksheet 2018-19 SPANISH

2018-19 fecha límite para completar la aplicación es 6/30/2019 para la FAFSA 2018-19. La aplicación FAFSA debe ser recibida por la escuela antes de tú último día de asistencia para el periodo académico.  (Esta hoja de trabajo es sólo para ayudar en el cálculo, no es la aplicación). No está permitido enviar este formulario por correo. Para completar la aplicación visite la página del web  https://fafsa.ed.gov/ y escoja la forma del año 18 - 19. Favor de contestar todas las preguntas correctamente para evitar retrasos innecesarios.

Appeal Form (AVAILABLE JULY 2018)

Deadline is no later than noon on the final day listed or your last day of classes for the semester, whichever comes first.

      • Fall 2018 Submission Window: 7/09/2018 - 11/16/2019
      • Spring 2019 Submission Window: 11/26/2018 - 5/03/2019
      • Summer 2019 Submission Window: 6/03/2019 - 7/12/2019

Asset Verification

CCPG [BOGW] (AVAILABLE JULY 2018)

Community College Promise Grant (CCPG) 2018/2019[ Formerly BOGW]:  ENGLISH  or

College Promise Grant de los Colegios Comunitarios de California 2018/2019: SPANISH.

It is best to fill in a FAFSA at www.fafsa.ed.gov or CA Dream Act Application to have your eligibility for CCPG eligibility determined.

Dependency Petition 2018-19 

Dependency Petition – Review 2018-19 [for those students who have submitted a Dependency Petition to SD Mesa College during the prior academic year(s)]

Disbursement/ Payment Dates COMING SOON
Change your Educational Objective form
Graduate/Professional Student Status (2018/2019)
High School Graduation Verification – INFO ONLY
Homeless Youth Verification (2018/2019)
Household Size Confirmation (2018/2019) [Also used to: Confirm Dependent in Household]
Income Certification for Independent Student (2018/2019)
Income Certification for Dependent Student - PARENT (2018/2019)
Income Reduction Request (AVAILABLE JULY 2018)
Marital and Tax Filing Status Form - STUDENT (2018/2019)
Marital and Tax Filing Status Form - PARENT (2018/2019)
Military Housing Self Certification - STUDENT/SPOUSE (2018/2019)
Military Housing Self Certification - PARENT (2018/2019)
Verification Worksheet - Dependent Student (2018/2019)
Verification Worksheet - Independent Student/Spouse (2018/2019)
Verification Worksheet - Drug Questionnaire (2018/2019)
Verification of Identity and Statement of Educational Purpose (2018/2019)(This form must be submitted to the Financial Aid Office in person and signed in the presence of a Financial Aid staff member.)
Verification Worksheet - Unusual Enrollment History (2018/2019)
Veteran's Educational Benefits Verification (2018/2019)
Your and/or Your Spouse 2016 Tax Return Transcript Form IRS AND/OR W2s -  YES, 2016 is the correct tax year to submit for the 2018/2019 academic year Financial Aid. If you have had a change of income that you believe to be a result of extenuating circumstances, please review the Income Reduction Request form posted above, or contact the Financial Aid Office for more information regarding this possible option. 
Parent(s) 2016 Tax Return Transcript Form IRS AND/0R W2s - YES, 2016 is the correct tax year to submit for the 2018/2019 academic year Financial Aid.  If you have had a change of income that you believe to be a result of extenuating circumstances, please review the Income Reduction Request form posted above, or contact the Financial Aid Office for more information regarding this possible option.  

Some tax filers may be able to see a PRINTABLE PDF tax return transcript on-line or  to order a copy to be MAILED to your address on record with IRS to submit to the Financial Aid office. CLICK HERE for more information. 

2017 - 2018 Forms 
2017 -2018 FORMS  (current year)

(For Fall 2017, Spring 2018, and Summer 2018)  

As of October 2016, you are able to submit your 2017-2018 FAFSA and renewal applications.  Please be aware that the 2017/2018 application is applicable to Fall 2017, Spring 2018, & Summer 2018.  You are encouraged to apply early.  If you apply early, you should expect to receive a response from SD Mesa College Financial Aid approximately April 2017.  In the interim, you may receive automated notices indicating the application was submitted successfully, or that you may need to make necessary corrections before the school can download and process the FAFSA.  

 

Appeal Form Note: deadline is no later than noon on the final day listed or your last day of classes for the semester, whichever comes first.

    • Fall 2017 Submission Window: 7/17/2017 - 11/17/2018
    • Spring 2018 Submission Window: 11/27/2017 - 5/04/2018
    • Summer 2018 Submission Window: 6/04/2018 - 7/13/2018

Board Of Governor's Waiver (BOGW): It is best to fill in a FAFSA at www.fafsa.ed.gov or CA Dream Act Application to have your eligibility for BOGW determined.

Asset Verification 2017-18

Dependency Petition 2017-18

 

Dependency Petition – Review  {for those students who have submitted a Dependency Petition to SD Mesa College during the 2016-2017 academic year}

 

Disbursement/ Payment Dates 2017-18
Educational Objective form (to Change your Educational Objective)
FAFSA Worksheet ENGLISH, 2017-18 DEADLINE 6/30/2018 for 2017-18 FAFSA.  The FAFSA must be received by the school before your last day of attendance for the academic period) this is only a worksheet. You are not permitted to mail this form. Please visit https://fafsa.ed.gov/ to fill in you FAFSA on-line.
Hoja de Trabajo para FAFSA en ESPAÑOL, 2017-18 fecha límite para completar la aplicación es 6/30/2018 para la FAFSA 2017-18. La aplicación FAFSA debe ser recibida por la escuela antes de tú último día de asistencia para el periodo académico.  (Esta hoja de trabajo es sólo para ayudar en el cálculo, no es la aplicación). No está permitido enviar este formulario por correo  Para completar la aplicación visite la página del web  https://fafsa.ed.gov/ y escoja la forma del año 17 - 18. Favor de contestar todas las preguntas correctamente para evitar retrasos innecesarios.
Graduate/Professional Student Status 2017-18

High School Graduation Verification – INFO ONLY

Homeless Youth Verification 2017-18

Household Size Form 2017-18

Income Certification for Independent Students 2017-18

Income Certification for Dependent Students (Parent)

Income Reduction Request 2017-18

Loan Request PLUS – Parent 2017-18   Please see Deadline Dates.

Loan Request SUBSIDIZED - Student 2017-18

  • Students must complete a FAFSAEntrance Counseling  and  EMPN  AND as of July 1, 2013 ALL student borrowers will be required to submit an Official Student Education Plan. Please see Counseling for more information about getting an Official Student Educational Plan.)
  • Please see Deadline Dates.

Loan Steps - UNSUBSIDIZED.  

Marital and Tax Filing Status Form - STUDENT 2017-18

Marital and Tax Filing Status Form - PARENT 2017-18

Military Self Certification - Independent Student 2017-18

Military Self Certification - Dependent Student 2017-18

Verification Worksheet - Dependent Student 2017-18

Verification Worksheet - Independent Student/Spouse 2017-18

Verification Worksheet - Drug Worksheet 2017-18

Verification Worksheet - SNAP 2017-18
Verification Worksheet - Statement of Educational Purpose  2017-18 (This form must be submitted to the Financial Aid Office in person and signed in the presence of a Financial Aid staff member.)

Verification Worksheet - Unusual Enrollment History 2017-18

Veteran's Education Benefits Verification 2017-18

Your and/or Your Spouse 2015 Tax Return Transcript Form IRS AND/OR W2s -  YES, 2015 is the correct tax year to submit for the 2017/2018 academic year Financial Aid. If you have had a change of income that you believe to be a result of extenuating circumstances, please review the Income Reduction Request form posted above, or contact the Financial Aid Office for more information regarding this possible option. 

Parent(s) 2015 Tax Return Transcript Form IRS AND/0R W2s - YES, 2015 is the correct tax year to submit for the 2017/2018 academic year Financial Aid.  If you have had a change of income that you believe to be a result of extenuating circumstances, please review the Income Reduction Request form posted above, or contact the Financial Aid Office for more information regarding this possible option.  

Some tax filers may be able to order a tax return transcript on-line to be MAILED to your address on record with IRS to submit to the Financial Aid office. CLICK HERE for more information.  (printing a .pdf copy may currently only be available on a random basis. Please see IRS ALERT below) 

2016 - 2017 Forms
2016-2017 Forms

(For Fall 2016, Spring 2017 & Summer 2017)  The period to verify 2016-2017 Financial Aid application year information has passed. If you have any questions please contact the Financial Aid office.



 

ALERT - IRS May 2015:

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has announced that it's "Get Transcript" application was compromised by as yet unknown third parties who gained unauthorized access to the application. The IRS has assured the public that their main database system that enables secure tax filing submission remains protected.The full IRS statement can be read here.

What this means for Financial Aid applicants - the IRS has shut down it's on-line "Get Transcript" application until further notice. The only way students and parents can obtain an IRS Tax Transcript is to request one by mail and this process can take up to 10 days for delivery. However, students and parents may also utilize the IRS Data Retrieval Tool (DRT) available via FAFSA on the Web.

IRS TAX Transcripts for Victims of Identity Theft

Beginning with the 2013 tax year, tax filers who, because of IRS identity theft, are denied an IRS Tax Return Transcript using one of the regular request processes will be referred to the Identity Protection Specialized Unit (IPSU) toll-free number at 800-908-4490. Filers who believe they are victims of identity theft do not need to be referred to the IPSU; they may call the number directly or go to the ID theft website on irs.gov. After the IPSU authenticates the tax filer's identify, the tax filer can request that the IRS mail to the tax filer an alternate paper tax return transcript.

The alternate transcript is known as the TRDBV (Transcript DataBase View) will look different from the regular IRS Tax Return Transcript provided as a result of the standard request methods. It is, however, an official transcript that meets the Department's acceptable documentation requirement and therefore can be submitted to the school to meet verification requirements.

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Last update 5-4-18 ~SD