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Financial Aid

Federal and State Applications

 

Verification Forms (Please choose the applicable year)

The Department of Education has reinstated the IRS Data Retrieval Tool (DRT) for the 2018-2019 aid year. This tool will allow filed 2016 federal tax return data to be uploaded directly to the FAFSA from the IRS. We encourage this method as the easiest, most secure way to provide verified tax information. For instructions on how to utilize the IRS DRT or how to obtain a IRS Tax Return Transcript, please click the link below. (Signed copies of tax returns will no longer be accepted, per federal regulations).

How to Utilize the IRS Data Retrieval Tool (DRT) or Obtain a Tax Return Transcript

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Marist Financial Aid Application 2018-2019 pdf

(for Incoming Freshmen, New Transfers, Returning Undergraduates, Adult Undergraduates, and Graduate Students picked for verification)

Marist Financial Aid Application 2017-2018pdficon

(for Incoming Freshmen, New Transfers, Returning Undergraduates, Adult Undergraduates, and Graduate Students picked for verification)

Student/Spouse Non-Tax Filing Statement 2018-2019pdf

Parent Non-Tax Filing Statement 2018-2019pdf

IRS 4506-T: Request for Verification of Non-Filingpdf

Student/Spouse Non-Tax Filing Statement 2017-2018pdficon

Parent Non-Tax Filing Statement 2017-2018pdf

Asset Verification Form 2018-2019pdf icon

Asset Verification Form 2017-2018pdficon

Household Verification Form  2018-2019 pdf icon

Household Verification Form 2017-2018pdficon

Verification of Other Untaxed Income  2018-2019 pdf icon

Verification of Other Untaxed Income 2017-2018pdficon

Non-Year Specific Verification forms:

 

Change of Circumstances Forms

Loan Forms


 

Tuition Deferment

Students eligible for tuition reimbursement through their employer may defer the portion of tuition payable by their employer.  To apply for a deferment, students must complete this form in its entirety each semester and submit it for financial clearance.  Each semester students must pay any amount not covered by their employer's policy.   Students using tuition deferment for the first time must submit a copy of their employer's tuition reimbursement policy.  In the event that the student changes employers, a copy of the new employer's tuition reimbursement policy must be submitted when registering for classes.


 

  Student Employment

  Student Work Authorization Forms must be completed
electronically by your supervisor


 

Consortium Agreement Forms

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