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Financial Aid Downloadable Forms

The majority of forms below are available in PDF format. Simply click on the form you need, print it out on your printer, complete it, and return to the Financial Aid Office.

Downloadable FormDescription
What is Verification?Explanation of what verification is as well as the process to complete it.
Requesting Tax InformationInstructions on how to request tax documents from the IRS that are required for the verification process.
2022-2023 Statement of Educational PurposeA requirement from the Department of Education. If selected this must be completed in person in the financial aid office or in front of  a notary and returned with the copy of the valid government issued identification.
2022 – 2023 Standard Verification Worksheet (V4)A requirement from the Department of Education to verify that information reported on the FAFSA is correct that may ask for additional supporting documentation. 
2021 – 2022 Standard Verification Worksheet (V4)A requirement from the Department of Education to verify that information reported on the FAFSA is correct that may ask for additional supporting documentation.
2022 – 2023 Standard Verification Worksheet (V5)A requirement from the Department of Education to verify that information reported on the FAFSA is correct that may ask for additional supporting documentation. 
2021 – 2022 Standard Verification Worksheet (V5)A requirement from the Department of Education to verify that information reported on the FAFSA is correct that may ask for additional supporting documentation. 
Online Credit Hour ApplicationAn application for online and graduate students to submit how many credit hours they will be enrolled in per semester. A new form will be completed for each academic year. This must be completed by all online students.
Return of Title IV Funds PolicyThe federal aid return policy if a student is to withdraw or drop courses.
Satisfactory Academic Progress Appeal FormThe appeal to have aid potentially reinstated once aid is terminated based on not meeting satisfactory academic progress.
Satisfactory Academic Progress PolicyThe policy that explains the academic requirements to stay in good standing to be eligible to receive federal aid and the process if a student loses that eligibility.
Petition for Independent StatusAn application for students who are dependent status per the FAFSA qualifications that have extenuating circumstances that prevent them from providing their parental information.
Special Circumstance Request formAn application to report if you or your family had a significant change in your financial situation that is not accurately represented on your FAFSA.
Undergrad Parent Plus Loan ApplicationA loan application through the federal government taken out in name of the parent of a dependent undergraduate student to be used towards the student’s balance.
Graduate Plus Loan ApplicationAn application for masters or PhD students for the federal graduate PLUS loan.
Options for Paying for CollegeInformation about various ways to cover a balance.
Title IV Student Authorization FormA form that authorizes Tiffin University to use your federal aid funds towards your student account balance.
Revolving Credit AgreementAn agreement between the student and Tiffin University that authorizes the student to charge books from the bookstore to their student account.
Tiffin University Refund Check PolicyAn explanation of how refunds are processed if there is a credit on your student account.
Electronic Refund InstructionsInstructions on how to sign up to have a refund direct deposited to your bank account if you have a credit on your student account. Refunds of parent plus loans are sent to the parent in a check.
Master Promissory NoteIs a legal document in which you promise to repay your loan(s) and any accrued interest and fees to the U.S. Department of Education. It also explains the terms and conditions of your loan(s). 
Entrance CounselingStudents that are taking a Federal Student Loan must complete Entrance Counseling. 
Annual Student Loan Acknowledgement FormIf it is your fist time accepting a federal student loan, you must acknowledge that you understand your responsibility to repay your loan. If you have existing federal student loans, you must acknowledge that you understand how much you owe and how much more you can borrow.  This must be done annually.
Exit CounselingIs required before you withdraw, graduate, or drop below half-time attendance even if you plan to transfer to another school.