Frequently Asked Questions

Each year some students who apply for financial aid using the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) will be selected by federal standards to have their information checked for accuracy. The selection of an application by the U.S. Department of Education does not mean that they believe your information is incorrect. Some applications are selected for review on a random basis. Applications are also selected upon a set of common edits that check data for consistency and logic. In some cases, data is checked against the Social Security Administration and the Veterans Administration to ensure that these benefits are being reported correctly. This process is referred to as being selected for verification. Colleges also are allowed to choose any additional applications they wish to verify. Until the verification process is complete, no federal funds may be disbursed.

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