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Forms

The following forms are in a Portable Document Format (PDF). Users will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to view and print these forms.

The Department of Education suggests personal information not be emailed, due to privacy and security concerns.

Student Financial Aid Services, 875 Perimeter Drive, MS 4291, Moscow, ID 83844-4291. Fax: 208-885-5592, email: finaid@uidaho.edu

General Forms

Completing and returning this form will allow financial aid staff to discuss financial aid matters with the individuals listed on the form. Persons granted information access are typically a spouse or parent.

Consent for Release

Students use this form to record a change to their financial aid award (acceptance, increase or decrease), and/or enrollment changes (number of credits or semesters of enrollment).

Students use this form only if they are taking classes at another institution, but would like to receive credit for the classes and financial aid from the University of Idaho.

Concurrent Enrollment

Some students are concurrently enrolled at North Idaho College (NIC) and the University of Idaho and want to receive financial aid through U of I. Those students must go to the Financial Aid Office at NIC and have them complete a "Concurrent Enrollment Form" for each semester of concurrent enrollment. The form will be sent to the U of I Student Financial Aid Services office to document the number of credits taken each semester so that financial aid can be awarded appropriately.

Short-term loans are designed to bridge an emergency shortfall between expected resources and payments that may fall due before a resource is available. Students use this form to apply for an Emergency Short Term Loan.

Parent Verification Forms

If we requested these documents for the 2020-2021 aid year, they are available through the student's Vandal Web.

Dependent students use this form only if they have been asked to verify their household size or the number of people in their parents' family who are in college.

Parents of dependent students should use this form only if they have been asked to download and submit.

Parents use this form only if they have been asked to verify amounts involved with cash, savings, and checking accounts, business value or debt, investment values and debts, or farm value and debts.

Parents use this form only if they are asked to verify the amount of untaxed income used in the prior tax year.

Parents who are required to provide income tax information must either use the IRS Data Retrieval Tool through the FAFSA, or provide a signed copy of the appropriate 1040, 1040A, or 1040EZ form.

Parents who did not file taxes but are required to provide income information must complete this form and return along with all applicable W2s.

Student Verification Forms

If we requested these documents for the 2020-2021 aid year, they are available through the student's VandalWeb.

If required, this form must be signed in-person and accompanied with your original identification document(s). If you are unable to come to our office, please call us at 208-885-6312 or email finaid@uidaho.edu. 

Independent students use this form only if they have been asked to verify their household size or the number of their family members who are in college.

Students should use this form only if they have been asked to download and submit.

Students use this form only if they have been asked to verify amounts involved with cash, savings, and checking accounts, business value or debt, investment values and debts, or farm value and debts.

Students use this form only if they are asked to verify the amount of untaxed income used in the prior tax year.

Students who are required to provide income tax information must either use the IRS Data Retrieval Tool through the FAFSA, or provide a signed copy of the appropriate 1040, 1040A, or 1040EZ form.

Students who did not file taxes but are required to provide income information must complete this form and return along with all applicable W2s.

Appeal Forms

Students who have been placed on financial aid suspension will need to complete the reinstatement form through Section D. The student and a designated contact from your college will help you complete Section E before the form is routed to Student Financial Aid Services.

Parent(s) of dependent students can use this form to appeal an extenuating circumstance which impacts their ability to borrow or repay a Parent PLUS loan.

Parents of dependent students use this form to appeal FAFSA information based on changes to your income, excessive out-of-pocket medical expenses, etc.

Students use this form to appeal FAFSA information based on changes to your income, excessive out-of-pocket medical expenses, etc.

Parents use this form to report a separation, divorce, or widowed status that has occurred since the FAFSA was filed, a marital status that was mistakenly reported on the FAFSA, or if requested from Student Financial Aid Services as clarification for income information.

Students use this form to report a separation, divorce, or widowed status that has occurred since the FAFSA was filed, a marital status that was mistakenly reported on the FAFSA, or if requested from Student Financial Aid Services as clarification for income information.

Students use this form if you recently married and want to appeal information on your FAFSA.

Student Financial Aid Services

Physical Address:

Bruce M. Pitman Center
Room 101

709 Deakin Avenue
Moscow, ID 83844

Mailing Address:
Student Financial Aid Office
875 Perimeter Dr
MS 4291
Moscow, ID 83844-4291

finaid@uidaho.edu

Phone: 208-885-6312

Fax: 208-885-5592