This group can now self-qualify on the FAFSA (no need for Financial Aid Administrator approval).
For age 21 and under, a student is independent if, at any time after July 1, 2016, it can be determined that he is an unaccompanied youth who is homeless or is self-supporting and at risk of being homeless.
The determination can be made by the Financial Aid Administrator (FAA) or various social support groups where the student is receiving their services. [Last names | schools omitted for privacy reasons.] Appeal Case: “I was not sure where to find help until I found your financial aid appeal page.
Your service is exceptional, and that is rare these days. I have told many people about what you are doing to help us, and I intend to tell everyone that I meet.
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This occurs when you do not have any special circumstances, but you feel the financial aid award is inadequate.
Check the fairness of the offer of financial assistance based upon the historical awards of the college (Percentage of Need Met).
I am so happy my appeal was valid, your service is the best investment I have ever made.” – June 10, 2018 Ms.
Jennifer Lopez Financial Aid Officer Students M-S 6University of the Pacific 165 University Drive Los Angeles, CA 90002 Dear Ms.