The Financial Aid Office makes available all of the forms that are used in the financial aid application process at Glendale Community College.  To print the form you need, select the appropriate link below.

If you are applying for financial aid for the Fall 2014, Winter 2015, Spring 2015 and/or Summer 2015 semesters, you should print the 2014-2015 version of the form listed on your 2014-2015 Required Forms and Documents email (or To Do List on MyGCC).

BOG FEE WAIVER
  FALL 2014
WINTER 2015     SPRING 2015
If you want to apply for the BOARD OF GOVERNORS (BOG) FEE WAIVER for the Fall 2014, Winter 2015 & Spring 2015 semesters, you can print the 2014-2015 BOG Fee Waiver form by CLICKING HERE.

Below are two tables of all forms/documents that may be required by the Financial Aid Office to determine your eligibility.  The name of the form/document is what is printed on your Required Forms and Documents email (an email sent requesting additional information or documents based on the results of your financial aid application) or when viewing your information on MyGCC.  If the actual document has a different title, that is listed in parenthesis below the name.  NOTE:  all links below will open in a new browser window.

To assist you in printing the correct form, we have numbered the forms that are available for printing and listed just the numbered forms in the first table.  Form numbers are listed in the left column.  Your Required Forms and Documents email includes the document number and the description (ie "32. Term Dismissal"). 

If your form/document does not have a number, they are listed alphabetically in the second table.

WARNING:  Read all instructions carefully.  Inaccurate and incomplete forms and documents will result in processing delays of up to 3 months.

Financial Aid Office "To Do" List  -  FORMS

FORM
NUMBER
NAME OF FORM BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF FORM 2014-2015
1 Add'l Financial Information
(Additional Financial Information Worksheet)
You and/or your parents (if dependent) listed an amount(s) for additional financial information which needs to be verified. Additional information includes education credits reported on your most recent federal tax return; child support payments paid; taxable earnings from need-based employment programs; and combat pay or special combat pay. Please complete the form and provide supporting documentation for any amounts listed. Click here to print form for Fall 2014 & Spring 2015
2 Budget Change
Form
The information you provided on the FAFSA (or the CA Dream Application for AB540 students who completed that form) and other documents in your file differ regarding where you will be living during the award year. Complete the form and provide any requested verifying documentation. Click here to print form for Fall 2014 & Spring 2015
3 Business Supplement You and/or your parents show a business income or loss on your federal income tax return. Complete the form using value and debt as of the day you filed the original FAFSA (or the CA Dream Application for AB540 students who completed that form). If you need assistance in completing the form you should contact your tax preparer. Click here to print form for Fall 2014 & Spring 2015
4 Food
Stamps/
SNAP Verif.
You have been selected for Verification and you indicated on the FAFSA (or the CA Dream Application for AB540 students who completed that form) that a member of your household (or your parents' household, if dependent) received Food Stamps/SNAP. You are required to provide documentation verifying the receipt of Food Stamps/SNAP.

Documentation can include a "Notice of Action" letter from Social Services indicating receipt of Food Stamps/SNAP by the household member (see the Food Stamps/SNAP Verification form description on the FAO website under Required Forms & Documents) OR completion of the Food Stamps/SNAP Verification form. The household member who received Food Stamps/SNAP should complete Section A of the form and then take it to the agency providing the Food Stamps/SNAP for completion of Section B.

If an error was made on your financial aid application and no household member received Food Stamps/SNAP, you should print out the Food Stamps/SNAP Verification form and indicate on the form that an error was made. The form must be signed and dated by you (and a parent, if dependent).
"Notice
of Action"
letter must
be dated
in 2012 or 2013


Click here to
print form for
Fall 2014 &
Spring 2015
5 Cal Grant
LOA Form
(Cal Grant Leave Of Absence Request
Form)
Cal Grant recipients who are not enrolled or will not be enrolled at least half-time (6 units) for Fall and Spring semesters must request a Leave of Absence.

Students wishing to postpone payment of their Cal Grant funds until they transfer to a 4-year school may also request a Leave of Absence. If you will be transferring to a university, we recommend that you not receive Cal Grant disbursements in excess of two years at GCC. For assistance in determining the best options for your situation, you should contact CSAC at (888) 224-7268.

If you have requested a Cal Grant Leave of Absence (LOA) for one or more semesters for the current award year, this checklist is on your To Do List to ensure that no automatic disbursements of Cal Grant are made to you.

THIS CHECKLIST WILL NOT AFFECT DISBURSEMENT OF ANY OTHER FINANCIAL AID THAT YOU HAVE BEEN AWARDED OTHER THAN YOUR CAL GRANT.
Click here to
print form for
Fall 2014 &
Spring 2015
6 Cert. of
Household Size
List all members of the household who will live with you from July 1 through June 30, and who will receive more than half of their support from you.

DEPENDENT STUDENTS: List people living in your parent's household who your parent's will be providing their support.

INDEPENDENT STUDENTS: List people living in your and your spouse's (if married) household who you will be providing their support.
Click here to
print form for
Fall 2014 &
Spring 2015
7 Consortium
Agreement
You can request that your concurrent enrollment at another (secondary) college be taken into account when determining your financial aid eligibility for the current semester at GCC. Complete the Student’s section, have a GCC Academic Counselor complete the Academic Counselor’s section, and then take the form to the secondary college for completion of the secondary college’s section. Return the completed form to the Financial Aid Office with a copy of your current enrollment at the secondary college.

Note: A completed Consortium Agreement and current proof of enrollment at the secondary college must be received by GCC prior to the last day of the semester for which payment is being requested.
Click here to
print form for
Fall 2014 &
Spring 2015
8 Contract
Dismissal
(Dismissal Appeal
Form)
You are not eligible for any financial aid because you failed to complete a contracted class for which you received financial aid.

If there are circumstances beyond your control which contributed to your failure to complete a contracted class, you may appeal this dismissal by submitting a Dismissal Appeal form outlining the circumstances causing your dismissal. All appeals will be reviewed, not all appeals will be granted. To regain eligibility an appeal is required.

This status does not affect BOG fee waiver eligibility or your financial aid status at other colleges.
Click here to
print form for
Fall 2014 &
Spring 2015
9 Dep. Verif.
Worksheet
(Verification
Worksheet - DEP)
Complete all sections with your and your parents’ information. Be sure to have your parent sign the form. Click here to
print form for
Fall 2014 &
Spring 2015
10 Dependency
Override Packet
(Request for
Review of
Dependency
Status)
You may be eligible for financial aid as an independent student if unusual circumstances exist that make it impossible for you to have contact with your parents. GCC may be able to change your dependency status. Examples of unusual circumstances are:

1. A parent is incarcerated or institutionalized

2. You moved out of your parents' home due to adverse or abusive home conditions when you were under 18 years of age

3. For the majority of your childhood you were raised by people other than your parents

If your family situation involves an unusual circumstance such as those described above, you may request a review of your dependency status. Read the instructions carefully and submit all requested information and documentation.

All requests will be reviewed by the Financial Aid Office, but not all requests are granted.
Click here to print form for Fall 2014 & Spring 2015
11 Dependency
Verif. Form
The Financial Aid Office is attempting to submit a correction to your financial aid application information on your behalf. Unfortunately, you left one or more of the dependency questions on your application blank. We are unable to continue processing corrections without completing these blank dependency questions. We need you to verify the accurate response to these questions before we can continue processing your financial aid. Click here to
print form for
Fall 2014 &
Spring 2015
12 Educational Goal
Form
(Educational Goal Change form)
Your current Educational Goal in college records does not indicate that you are enrolled at Glendale College for the purpose of obtaining a degree or certificate offered by GCC or to transfer to a 4-year college or university. If this goal does not accurately reflect your educational objective, you should make an appointment to see your Academic Counselor to complete the Educational Goal Change form. Click here to
print form for
Fall 2014 &
Spring 2015
13 Enrolled in
Grad
Program
(Status
Change
Form)
You indicated on your FAFSA (or the CA Dream Application for AB540 students who completed that form) that you are an emancipated minor as determined by a court. Please bring official court documents of this status to the Financial Aid Office for photocopying. Click here to
print form for
Fall 2014 &
Spring 2015
16 Ind. Verif. Worksheet
(Verification
Worksheet - IND)
Complete all sections with your and your spouse’s (if married) information. Click here to
print form for
Fall 2014 &
Spring 2015
17 IRS 1040-
Form 4506-T
(IRS Form
4506-T)
Complete the Request for Transcript of Tax Return (Form 4506-T), and mail it to the appropriate IRS office. Once the transcript or verification of non-filing is received bring it to the Financial Aid Office.

To complete an online request for the tax transcript or proof of non-filing go to Get Transcript for My Tax Records.
IRS.gov
18 No Fed Aid - FAFSA Item #23
(Statement of Eligibility)
You might not be able to receive federal student aid if you have been convicted of selling or possessing illegal drugs, if the drug offense for which you were convicted occurred while you were receiving federal student aid (grants, loans, and/or work study).

If you have been convicted in the past, this does not automatically mean that you are ineligible for federal student aid. The Student Aid Eligibility worksheet will help you determine your eligibility. For more information about Drug-Related Convictions, call the Federal Student Aid Information Center at 1-800-4-FED-AID (1-800-433-3243).
Student Aid Eligibility Worksheet for Fall 2014 & Spring 2015
19 Cal Grant
Form G-35
At the time you completed your FAFSA, you (or your parents, if dependent) were not required to provide asset information. However, this information is required to finalize your Cal Grant eligibility.

The California Student Aid Commission (CSAC) sent you an Asset Verification Form (G-35) to be completed and returned to the Commission. The Financial Aid Office cannot disburse any Cal Grant funds to you until the Commission receives and reviews this form to make their final determination of eligibility.

If you have any questions, you should contact the Commission at (888) CA GRANT.

THIS CHECKLIST WILL NOT AFFECT DISBURSEMENT OF ANY OTHER FINANCIAL AID THAT YOU HAVE BEEN AWARDED OTHER THAN YOUR CAL GRANT.

 
20 Parent Stmt
of Living Exp
Have your parents complete the form by listing expenses that your parents incurred between January and December. If amounts differed from month to month, provide an average for the 12-month period. Do not include any expenses covered by food stamps or housing assistance. Click here to
print form for
Fall 2014 &
Spring 2015
21 Parents Marital Stat Verif The marital status you reported on your FAFSA (or the CA Dream Application for AB540 students who completed that form) for your parent(s) is being questioned by the application processor. Have your parent(s) complete the Parents' Marital Status Verification form as of the date you filed your financial aid application. Click here to
print form for
Fall 2014 &
Spring 2015
22 Parents' Untaxed Income Complete this form by providing information for untaxed income received by your parents. Click here to
print form for
Fall 2014 &
Spring 2015
23 Status
Change
Form
This form may be used for the following:
- Requesting a Federal Work Study award
- Declining Federal Work Study awarded
- Canceling ALL financial aid
- Informing the Financial Aid Office that you will not be enrolled in a Graduate Program (see form #13)
- Informing the Financial Aid Office of a correction in name or SSN
- Informing the Financial Aid Office of prior college attendance
Click here to
print form for
Fall 2014 &
Spring 2015
24 Prior Associate Degree
(Statement
of Prior Associate's - AA/AS
Degree)
You indicated on your Admissions application that you have earned an Associate's degree. To regain eligibility an appeal is required. Complete the Term Dismissal appeal and make an appointment to see your Academic Counselor. Students who have successfully appealed are paid only for classes necessary to complete their educational goal.

If you have not earned an Associate's degree, you should correct this information in the Admissions Office. Once corrected, complete the Statement of Prior Associate's Degree form and submit it to the Financial Aid Office.


This status does not affect BOG fee waiver eligibility.
Click here to
print form for
Fall 2014 &
Spring 2015
25 Prior
Bachelor Degree

(Statement
of Prior Bachelor's -
BA Degree)
A review of your records indicate that you have a Bachelor's degree. As a result, you are ineligible to receive Federal Pell Grant, Federal SEOG or Cal Grant. Student's who have a Bachelor's degree who wish to apply for federal work-study or student loans must have an approved SAP Term Dismissal appeal and be on contract. Complete the Term Dismissal appeal form and make an appointment to meet with your Academic Counselor.

If you do not have a Bachelor's degree you should correct this information on your FAFSA (or the CA Dream Application for AB540 students who completed that form) and in the Admissions Office. Once corrected, complete the Statement of Prior Associate's Degree form and submit it to the Financial Aid Office.

This status does not affect BOG fee waiver eligibility.
Click here to
print form for
Fall 2014 &
Spring 2015
26 Income Data Rev - DEP
(Request for Review
of Income
Data -
Dependent Student)
Due to a reduction in reported income, you may be eligible for an adjustment in aid eligibility using estimated income. Submit all requested information and documentation. Incomplete appeals will be returned to the student. All appeals will be reviewed, not all appeals will be granted. Click here to
print form for
Fall 2014 &
Spring 2015
27 Income Data Rev - IND
(Request for Review
of Income
Data -
Independent
Student)
Due to a reduction in reported income, you may be eligible for an adjustment in aid eligibility using estimated income. Submit all requested information and documentation. Incomplete appeals will be returned to the student. All appeals will be reviewed, not all appeals will be granted. Click here to
print form for
Fall 2014 &
Spring 2015
28 Stmt of
Parent Non-Support
(Statement
of Parent's Non-
Support)
You have indicated on your FAFSA that your parents refuse to provide information and that you are interested in a federal Unsubsidized Stafford loan. In order to determine federal aid eligibility you must submit all required documents and submit verification from your parents of their refusal to provide information. Click here to
print form for
Fall 2014 &
Spring 2015
29 Student
Stmt of
Living Exp
Complete the form by listing expenses that you and your spouse (if married) incurred between January and December. If amounts differed from month to month, provide an average for the 12-month period. Do not include any expenses covered by food stamps or housing assistance. Click here to
print form for
Fall 2014 &
Spring 2015
30 Student Marital Stat Verif The marital status you reported for yourself (and your spouse, if married) on your FAFSA (or the CA Dream Application for AB540 students who completed that form) is being questioned by the application processor. Complete the Student's Marital Status Verification form by reporting your marital status as of the date you completed your financial aid application. Click here to
print form for
Fall 2014 &
Spring 2015
31 Student's Untaxed Income Please complete the form by reporting any Untaxed Income received by you and your spouse (if married). Untaxed income includes payments to tax-deferred pension and savings plans; payments to IRA's; child support received; tax-exempt interest income; untaxed portions of IRA distributions; untaxed portions of pensions; housing, food and other living allowances; Veterans' noneducation benefits; untaxed income such as worker's compensation or disability benefits; any other money received by or paid on your or your spouse's behalf. Click here to
print form for
Fall 2014 &
Spring 2015
32 Term
Dismissal

(Satisfactory
Academic Progress
"SAP" Term Dismissal Appeal)
Students whose educational goal is to receive a BA or AA/AS degree or transfer who do not complete their educational goal within 72 units are placed on Financial Aid Term Dismissal. In addition, students whose educational goal is to earn a vocational certificate without transfer who do not complete their educational goal within 30 units are placed on Financial Aid Term Dismissal.

If there are circumstances beyond your control which contributed to your failure to complete your educational goal, you may appeal this dismissal by submitting a Term Dismissal Appeal form outlining the circumstances causing your dismissal. All appeals will be reviewed, not all appeals will be granted. To regain eligibility an appeal is required. Students who have successfully appealed are paid only for classes necessary to complete their educational goal.

This status does not affect BOG fee waiver eligibility or your financial aid status at other colleges.
Click here to
print form for
Fall 2014 &
Spring 2015
34 Untaxed Income
Verif
You or your parents (if dependent) should complete Section A of the form and then take it to the agency providing the benefits for completion of Section B. Click here to
print form for
Fall 2014 &
Spring 2015
35 Verif of
Rental Property
Based on documents submitted to our office, you or your family own rental property other than your primary residence. Complete a Verification of Rental Property form for each property listed on Schedule E of the federal tax return. Attach supporting documents for the current market value and outstanding mortgage debt. Click here to
print form for
Fall 2014 &
Spring 2015
36 Verification
of Assets
Additional information is being requested in order to determine your eligibility for student aid. You received a form identifying the issue(s) that need to be addressed. Complete the form with values as of the day you signed your original FAFSA application (or the CA Dream Application for AB540 students who completed that form). This information being requested is due to one or more of the following:

- You or your parent's (if dependent) left the questions requesting asset information on your financial aid application blank.

- The amount of interest income listed on your or your parent's (if dependent) tax return conflicts with the amount of savings provided on your financial aid application.

- The amount of dividends listed on your or your parent(s) tax return conflicts with the net worth of investments provided on your financial aid application.
Click here to
print form for
Fall 2014 &
Spring 2015
37 Verification
of Support
(Verification
of Support of
Dependents)
According to federal regulations "dependents" are children or other persons who live with you and receive MORE THAN 50% of their living expenses and other financial support from you between July and June. We are unable to determine if the dependent(s) included on the FAFSA (or the CA Dream Application for AB540 students who completed that form) meet this definition. Complete the form by listing the qualified dependent included in the number in household on your financial aid application. A separate form must be completed for each dependent.

DEPENDENT STUDENTS: Have your parents complete the form for the person or persons that they support.

INDEPENDENT STUDENTS: Complete the form for the person or persons you (and your spouse, if married) support.
Click here to
print form for
Fall 2014 &
Spring 2015
38 Verify
Other Enrollment
(College Enrollment
Verification Form
for Other Household
Member)
You indicated other family member(s) in your household will enroll in College in at least 6 units. Complete the College Enrollment Verification Form for each family member (other than your parents, if dependent) that is enrolled in college and attach proof of registration. Proof of registration must include the students name, the name of the institution, the semester and the total units in which they enrolled. Online printouts are accepted if they include all of the above information. Click here to
print form for
Fall 2014 &
Spring 2015
39 Vocational Program
Verif.
(Verification
of Vocational
Certificate Program)
According to your records in the Admissions Office your current educational goal is to earn a vocational certificate without transfer and you have completed 30 or more progress units. Take the form to your Academic Counselor for completion. Click here to
print form for
Fall 2014 &
Spring 2015
40 Vocational Prog Verif-CALC
(Verification
of Vocational
or Certificate Program for
"Cal Grant
C" only)
The CA Student Aid Commission requires verification of enrollment in a vocational/certificate program prior to making a Cal Grant C payment. Take the form to your Academic Counselor for completion.

THIS CHECKLIST WILL NOT AFFECT DISBURSEMENT OF ANY OTHER FINANCIAL AID THAT YOU HAVE BEEN AWARDED OTHER THAN YOUR CAL GRANT.
Click here to
print form for
Fall 2014 &
Spring 2015
41 Ineligible Education
Goal

(Ineligible
Educational Goal
Appeal
Form)
In order to be eligible for federal and state financial aid at Glendale Community College you must be enrolled in a degree, certificate, or transfer program of study listed in the GCC catalog. Your educational goal in college records does not meet the requirements for an eligible program of study.

To be eligible to receive aid, you must have an approved appeal with the Financial Aid Office. All appeals will be reviewed but not all appeals may be granted.

This status does not affect BOG fee waiver eligibility.
Click here to
print form for
Fall 2014 &
Spring 2015
42 Reg Stu
at Other
College
(Status
Change
Form)
Federal regulations state that a student may only receive financial aid from the college/university from which they will transfer or receive a degree. You indicated that you will have transferred or are receiving your degree from a college other than Glendale Community College and are therefore not eligible to receive aid at GCC.

This status does not affect BOG fee waiver eligibility.
Click here to
print form for
Fall 2014 &
Spring 2015
43 Not
Enrolled
(Status
Change
Form)
Thank you for applying for financial aid. Our records indicate that you were not enrolled for the Fall and/or Spring semester. Consequently, we have canceled your request for federal financial aid.

If you plan to attend Glendale Community College for the Summer session, you must complete a Status Change form so we can reactivate your file.
Click here to
print form for
Fall 2014 &
Spring 2015
44 SAP
Dismissal

(Dismissal Appeal Form)
Federal regulations require you to meet all Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) standards to remain eligible for federal student aid. Based on your academic record, you did not successfully meet one or more of the following standards and are no longer eligible for financial aid:

1. GPA: Maintain a cumulative GPA (Grade Point Average) of at least 2.00. You will not regain financial aid eligibility until your GPA is at least 2.00.
2. PROGRESS: Successfully complete at least 66% of all units attempted with a passing grade. Courses for which you received a grade of “F”, “NP” or “W” were not successfully completed.
3. ACADEMIC STANDING: Meet the Glendale Community College standards for Academic Good Standing (see "Scholastic Information and Regulations" in the college catalog). Students placed on Academic Dismissal by the Admissions Office are automatically disqualified from financial aid eligibility until they regain good academic standing with the College.

Your financial aid eligibility will be reinstated when you are meeting all of the above satisfactory academic standards.

This status does not affect BOG fee waiver eligibility.
Click here to
print form for
Fall 2014 &
Spring 2015
45 Verify Child Support Paid  You have been selected for Verification and you or your parents (if dependent) indicated on your FAFSA (or the CA Dream Application for AB540 students who completed that form) an amount for child support paid. You are required to provide information regarding who the child support was paid to, the names of the children for which child support was paid and verify the amount paid.

You or your parents (if dependent) must complete the Verification of Child Support Paid form.
Click here to
print form for
Fall 2014 &
Spring 2015
46 Identity/
Education Purpose
You, the student, must appear in person at the Financial Aid Office at Glendale Community College (GCC) to verify your identity by presenting a valid government-issued ID, such as, but not limited to, a driver's license, other state-issued ID, or passport.

In addition, you must sign a "Statement of Educational Purpose" in the presence of a Financial Aid Office official at GCC. The statement will be provided when you come to the Financial Aid Office.

If you are unable to appear in person at the Financial Aid Office at GCC, you may print out Form #46 and take it to a Notary Public with a valid government-issued photo ID as described above. Be advised that Notary Publics often charge a fee for their services.  Do not complete any part of the form until you are in the presence of the Notary Public.
Click here to
print form for
Fall 2014 &
Spring 2015


(only print if you can not come to the Financial Aid Office in person)

Financial Aid Office "To Do" List   -  OTHER INFORMATION

NAME OF DOCUMENT BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF DOCUMENT/ITEM 2014-2015
A&R Evaluation of Transcripts If you have attended colleges other than Glendale College, you must submit a copy of your academic transcript from each college and a transcript evaluation by the GCC Admissions Office.  
AB540 Student per Admissions The Admissions Office has your residency status flagged as AB540.  As an AB540 student you are not eligible for any state aid (Cal Grant or BOG Fee Waiver).  In addition, you may not be eligible for federal aid.  If the Financial Aid Office is requesting verification of your citizenship status, your federal aid eligibility is being verified.  Please submit your most recent DHS documentation to the Financial Aid Office.  
Ability to Benefit Test If you did not graduate High School or earn a GED, and have not completed 6+ degree applicable units at GCC, you must pass an Ability to Benefit test before you can receive aid. Come to the Financial Aid Office for a referral form to the Assessment Center for the Ability to Benefit test.  
Academic Dismissal You have been placed on Academic Dismissal by the Admissions and Records Office and are currently not eligible for any federal aid. No appeals are permitted.

This status does not affect BOG fee waiver eligibility.
 
Address Update The address that you reported on your FAFSA application does not match with your official address in the Admissions & Records Office.  It is very important that both the Financial Aid Office and Admissions Office have your CORRECT MAILING ADDRESS.  Please correct your address online at MyGCC or in the Admissions Office.  
Admissions & FAO Names Differ The name listed on your Student Aid Report (SAR) and the name on record for you in the Admissions and Records Office do not match. Please review both names and correct the misspelled name in the appropriate place. In order to be eligible for federal financial aid your name on your Social Security card, on your SAR and in the Admissions Office must match EXACTLY.  
Admissions & FAO SSN Differ The social security number (SSN) listed on your Student Aid Report(SAR) and the social security number on record for you in the Admissions and Records Office do not match.  Please make the correction where applicable either online at fafsa.gov for your FAFSA information or in the Admissions Office (1st floor, Administration building).

If you have not previously submitted a copy of your social security card, please bring the original to the Financial Aid Office for photocopying.
 
Agency Verif. - Homeless
Status
You indicated that you were homeless or at risk of being homeless on your FAFSA (or the CA Dream Application for AB540 students who completed that form). Please provide verification of your homeless status from one of the agencies listed below who determined your status:
- your high school
- your school district homeless liaison
- the Director of an emergency shelter or transitional housing program
- the Director of a runaway or homeless youth basic center
- the Director of a transitional living program
 
Bank/Saving/
Asset
Statements
Provide statements for all checking accounts, savings accounts, certificates of deposit, money market accounts, and any other interest-bearing accounts for the month you completed your original FAFSA.  
Cal Grant HS Graduation
Verif.

The California Student Aid Commission (CSAC) has offered you a Cal Grant Entitlement award to help pay for your college expenses. Prior to receiving aid, you must submit proof of your high school graduation.  Bring your high school diploma to the Financial Aid Office for photocopying.

THIS CHECKLIST WILL NOT AFFECT DISBURSEMENT OF ANY OTHER FINANCIAL AID THAT YOU HAVE BEEN AWARDED OTHER THAN YOUR CAL GRANT.
 
Certified Goal Ineligible In order to be eligible for federal and state financial aid at Glendale Community College you must be enrolled in a degree, certificate, or transfer program of study listed in the GCC catalog. Your educational goal certified by your Academic Counselor does not meet the requirements for an eligible program of study.

This status does not affect BOG fee waiver eligibility.
 
College
Academic
Transcript
Please provide Academic transcripts from colleges attended prior to enrolling at GCC along with a transfer evaluation from the Admissions & Records Office.  
Copy of DD-214
(Member 4)
You have indicated that you are a veteran of the U.S. Armed Forces. Bring the original of your DD-214 (Member 4) separation papers to the Financial Aid Office for photocopying.  
Copy of Divorce
Agreement
Bring all pages of the original divorce papers to the Financial Aid Office for photocopying.

DEPENDENT STUDENTS:  Provide divorce papers for your parents.

INDEPENDENT STUDENTS:  Provide divorce papers for you and your spouse.
 
Current High School Student You have been classified by the Admissions Office as a high school student concurrently enrolled at GCC. With this classification, you are not eligible for any state or federal aid.

If you have graduated from your high school, you must bring your High School diploma to the Financial Aid Office for photocopying.  Early/mid-year graduates must provide a high school transcript showing that they have successfully completed all graduation requirements.
 
Defaulted Loan We have received information that you are in default on a student loan and not eligible to receive financial aid. See the Loan Coordinator for information on how you may regain eligibility for financial aid.

This status does not affect BOG fee waiver eligibility.
 
DHS G-845 Form The U.S. Department of Education was unable to confirm your immigration status with the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). Our office is requesting confirmation from the Los Angeles DHS office on your behalf.  No action is necessary on your part.  
DHS Status -
Not Eligible
Based on the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) documentation you have provided, the DHS has not approved your status for financial aid eligibility. If you receive updated documentation, please bring it to the Financial Aid Office for photocopying and submission to DHS for verification and confirmation.

This status does not affect BOG fee waiver eligibility.
 
Drivers
License/CA ID -
STUDENT
Bring the original of your Driver’s License or CA ID to the Financial Aid Office for photocopying to verify your date of birth.  
Drivers
License/CA ID -
MOTHER
Bring a clear and legible photocopy of your mother's Driver's License or CA ID to the Financial Aid Office.  
Drivers
License/CA ID -
FATHER
Bring a clear and legible photocopy of your father's Driver's License or CA ID to the Financial Aid Office.  
Early Grad Based on information you provided from your high school, you are considered an early graduate.  The Financial Aid Office must have verification on a high school transcript of your graduation date and your official leave date from that school.  
Emancipated
Minor Documents
You indicated on your FAFSA (or the CA Dream Application for AB540 students who completed that form) that you are an emancipated minor as determined by a court. Please bring official court documents of this status to the Financial Aid Office for photocopying.  

FAO/Adm Citizenship
Conflict

The Citizenship status that you reported on your FAFSA does not match your current Citizenship status that is on record with the Admissions Office.

If the status on your FAFSA is incorrect, you should go onlline to www.fafsa.ed.gov to make the correction or provide proof of your current status to the Financial Aid Office.

If the status in the Admissions Office is incorrect, you should provide proof of your current status to the Admissions Office (AD 143) to make the correction.

No disbursements of financial aid can be made until both statuses match.
 
Federal Aid Overpayment The U.S. Department of Education has reported that you owe an overpayment of Title IV aid. This overpayment must be repaid before any additional aid can be awarded or disbursed

This status does not affect BOG fee waiver eligibility.
 
Fin Aid SAP Warning Federal regulations require that you meet all Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) standards to remain eligible for federal student aid. Based on your academic record, you are not successfully meeting one or more of these standards. Failure to meet both standards by the end of the current semester will result in your disqualification from further financial aid.

GPA: Maintain a cumulative GPA (Grade Point Average) of at least 2.00.
PROGRESS: Successfully complete at least 66% of all units attempted with a passing grade. Courses for which you received a grade of “F”, “NP” or “W” were not successfully completed.

In addition to the above, you are expected to complete an associate's degree or transfer program within 72 attempted units or a certificate program within 30 attempted units.

You should monitor your grades and academic records on MyGCC on an on-going basis to determine if you are meeting the Satisfactory Academic Progress standards required for financial aid. We support your efforts to be successful in school and recommend that you see your Academic Counselor regarding your Student Education Plan, career plans and options for improving your grades. Students receiving services from EOPS (Extended Opportunity Program & Services) or CSD (Center for Students with Disabilities) should meet with their Academic Counselor in that office.
 
Financial Aid
Exhausted
Your appeal for additional classes was approved in a prior semester and you were placed on a Financial Aid contract. The contract course list mailed to you included all classes eligible for receipt of additional financial aid. Our records indicate that you have either received a grade or a "W" on all your approved courses and no classes remain available for payment or your contract has expired.  Therefore, your eligibility for financial aid at Glendale Community College has been exhausted.

This status does not affect BOG fee waiver eligibility or your financial aid status at other colleges.
 
Foster Youth You indicated on your Admissions application that you have been declared a foster youth.  You may be eligible for additional financial aid through the Chaffee program.  Please come to the Financial Aid Office to receive information and to speak with the Advisor who coordinates our Chaffee program.  
HS Diploma/ GED Scores     Bring the original of either one of these documents to the Financial Aid Office for photocopying. If you are unable to provide your original high school diploma, you should request a final transcript from your high school. The transcript must include your graduation date.

If you did not graduate high school or earn a GED, are over 18 years of age, and have not completed 6+ degree applicable units at GCC you must come to the Financial Aid Office to determine your eligibility to take an Ability to Benefit (ATB) test. If you are eligible to take an ATB test, you will be given a referral form to the Assessment Center.
 
High School Transcript Bring a copy of your final high school transcript to the Financial Aid Office. Unofficial copies will be accepted.  
Inaccurate
Data
Reported
You reported inaccurate information on an application or form submitted to the Financial Aid Office.  Giving false or misleading information on any form may be cause for the denial, reduction, withdrawal, and/or repayment of aid received.

We have made a notation in your financial aid file that inaccurate data was reported.  No further action will be taken at this time, but we would like to caution you that any future forms submitted to our office with inaccurate information will be taken very seriously and dealt with appropriately.
 
Ineligible for
Cal Grant
Based on information and/or documentation provided to the Financial Aid Office, you are not eligible for your Cal Grant award. A separate letter was mailed to you outlining the reason you are not eligible. This checklist is on your To Do List to ensure that no automatic disbursements of Cal Grant are made to you.

THIS CHECKLIST WILL NOT AFFECT DISBURSEMENT OF ANY OTHER FINANCIAL AID THAT YOU HAVE BEEN AWARDED OTHER THAN YOUR CAL GRANT.
 
International per Admissions The Admissions Office has your residency status as INTERNATIONAL.  You are not eligible for any federal or state financial aid.  If your residency status changes, please come to the Financial Aid Office to speak with an Advisor.  Advisors are available on a drop-in basis.

Advising hours are posted on the Office Information page of the Financial Aid web-site at www.glendale.edu/financialaid.

 
Legal
Guardian
Court
Documents
You indicated on your FAFSA (or the CA Dream Application for AB540 students who completed that form) that you are or were in legal guardianship. Please bring official court documents of this status to the Financial Aid Office for photocopying.   
Medical/Dental Expenses You have indicated that you had excessive medical/dental expenses. Please provide documentation of all expenses that were incurred and not covered by insurance.  
Missed Deadline for Awarding You submitted paperwork after your last day of enrollment or the document deadline and are not eligible for aid for the award year.  
Name Change/
Correction
Proof
Bring the original document verifying your name change or correction to the Financial Aid Office for photocopying.  
No Current
AB540 Affidavit
According to our records you completed the CA Dream Act Application with the CA Student Aid Commission. However, you are not currently classified as an AB540 student with the Admissions Office. You must have a current AB540 affidavit on file with the Admissions Office before any aid can be awarded from your CA Dream Act Application.

You should contact the Admissions Office to resolve this issue. Once the issue is resolved with the Admissions Office, please notify the Financial Aid Office so that we can continue processing any aid for which you are eligible.
 
No Federal Aid The U.S. Department of Education has indicated that there is an issue regarding your eligibility for federal financial. Review your most current Student Aid Report (SAR) to determine what issue needs to be resolved.  If you need assistance you should call the Federal Student Aid Information Center at 1-800-4-FED-AID (1-800-433-3243).

This status does not affect BOG fee waiver eligibility.
 
No Federal Aid (UEH) Federal regulations require that a student be enrolled for the purpose of earning a degree, certificate or transfer offered by the institution to qualify for financial aid at that institution and meet academic progress requirements. Based on a review of the documents that you submitted, you do not meet the academic requirements for federal financial aid eligibility.

This status does not affect BOG fee waiver eligibility.
 
Not Eligible for Pell You have indicated on your FAFSA form that you have a bachelor’s degree. You have also indicated that you will be enrolled in a teaching credential program. This refers to a state program that prepares teachers to teach in elementary and high schools and is not a program offered at community colleges. If we have not already done so, item #29 on your FAFSA must be corrected to state that you are in a degree or certificate program this year.  
Orphan/Ward
of Court Docs
Provide Death Certificates for both biological or adoptive parents, or official court documents verifying that at any time since you turned age 13 you were in foster care or were a dependent or ward of the court.  
Overpayment Transferred
to DOE
You failed to repay your financial aid overpayment in a timely manner and your record showed a past-due balance.  Consequently, your financial aid overpayment has been turned over to the U.S. Department of Education for collection.  Any correspondence on this matter should be directed to the Collections Unit, U.S. Department of Education (DOE).

You are not eligible to receive any federal aid until this matter has been resolved and we receive notification from the Department of Education that your eligibility has been reinstated.

This status does not affect BOG fee waiver eligibility.
 
Owes ACG Repayment

Owes PELL Repayment

Owes R2T4 PELL Repayment

Owes R2T4 LOAN Repayment


Owes R2T4 SEOG Repayment

Owes SEOG Repayment
You owe a repayment to the Federal government for aid received for which you were not eligible. No future aid will be available from any college until the repayment is satisfied. If you have questions regarding this liability, come to the Financial Aid Office to see an Advisor. Advisors are available on a drop-in basis. Advising hours are posted on the Office Information page of our website.

This status does not affect BOG fee waiver eligibility.
 
Owes Perkins Loan
Repayment
There is an issue with your Perkins loan which must be cleared. Please call (818) 240-1000 ext. 5433 to schedule an appointment to see the Loan Coordinator.  
Owes CAL
GRANT
Repayment
For reasons listed in a separate letter previously mailed to you, you owe a repayment to the State government for aid received for which you were not eligible. No future Cal Grant will be available until the repayment is satisfied. If you have questions regarding this liability, come to the Financial Aid Office to see an Advisor. Advisors are available on a drop-in basis. Advising hours are posted on the Office Information page of the Financial Aid web-site.

This status does not affect BOG fee waiver eligibility.
 
Parents' Fed
Tax Return
In order for our office to process your application, we need additional information from your parents' federal tax return (form 1040) which is not included on the tax transcript. Please provide a SIGNED copy of your parents' federal income tax return (including ALL schedules). Be sure to put your GCC I.D. number on the top of each return. Submit a copy of your parents' 2013 federal tax return
Parents' Tax Transcrpt+W2s
OR
Parent Tax Transcript (A)
Provide an IRS Tax Return Transcript and all W-2's for your parents or an IRS letter of non-filing.  Be sure to put your name and GCC I.D. number on the top of each document. If your parents' do not have a copy of their W-2's, they should contact their employer(s) to request a duplicate.

To complete an online request for the tax transcript or proof of non-filing go to Get Transcript for My Tax Records.

Submit an IRS Tax Return Transcript of your parents' 2013 federal tax return or an IRS letter of non-filing (if listed as a required item on your "To Do List" on MyGCC)

Click here to print instructions for requesting an IRS Transcript or proof of non-filing
Parents'
Amended Tax Return
Either you have indicated that your parents' filed an amended tax return or we have found errors that require them to do so. If all information on their federal return was correct as originally filed, please submit a confirming letter from the IRS or an official letter from their tax preparer providing IRS code citations and a clear explanation of their compliance with IRS rules.

Parents who have amended their federal income tax return must submit:

1. A copy of the original Form 1040 sent to the IRS and all W-2 forms
2. A copy of the corrected Form 1040 sent to the IRS
3. A copy of the Form 1040X sent to the IRS

Be sure to put your name and GCC I.D. number on the top of each document before submitting it to the Financial Aid Office.
Submit IRS Form 1040 and Form 1040X of your parents' 2013 federal tax returns
Parents'
Marriage Certificate
Bring the original of your parents’ legal marriage certificate to the Financial Aid Office for photocopying. Submit parents' 2013 W-2's
Parent IRS Non-Filing Doc
Provide an IRS letter of non-filing for your parent(s).

Be sure to put your name and GCC I.D. number on the top of each document.
Submit an IRS letter of non-filing for 2013

Click here to print instructions for requesting IRS proof of non-filing
Parents' W-2's Provide a copy of your parents' W-2's. If your parents do not have a copy, they should contact their employer(s) to request a duplicate.  
Passport/I94/
Perm Res Card
Bring the original of your most current Department of Homeland Security (DHS) document(s) that proves legal residency to the Financial Aid Office for photocopying.  
Pell LEU Greater than 300% Recent changes in federal law restrict students’ eligibility to receive a federal Pell grant for the equivalent of 12 full-time semesters. This is calculated as 50% for each semester you receive a full-time Pell grant and pro-rated for each semester you receive a less than full-time Pell grant. The maximum amount of Pell grant awards you may receive, your Lifetime Eligibility Used (LEU), is the equivalent of 6 full-time years or 600%. Based on records from the U.S. Department of Education, you have already received 300% or more of your 600% Pell grant limit. Your remaining Pell grant eligibility is 3 years or less. If you plan to transfer to a 4-year school/university, we recommend that you come to the Financial Aid Office and meet with an Advisor to discuss your options.

The NSLDS Student Access website (www.nslds.ed.gov) provides a centralized, integrated view of the Title IV grant you have received and enables you to track your Pell grant LEU limit.
 
Pell LEU Greater than 350% Recent changes in federal law restrict students’ eligibility to receive a federal Pell grant for the equivalent of 12 full-time semesters. This is calculated as 50% for each semester you receive a full-time Pell grant and pro-rated for each semester you receive a less than full-time Pell grant. The maximum amount of Pell grant awards you may receive, your Lifetime Eligibility Used (LEU), is the equivalent of 6 full-time years or 600%. Based on records from the U.S. Department of Education, you have already received 350% or more of your 600% Pell grant limit. Your remaining Pell grant eligibility is 2.5 years or less. If you plan to transfer to a 4-year school/university, we recommend that you come to the Financial Aid Office and meet with an Advisor to discuss your options.

The NSLDS Student Access website (www.nslds.ed.gov) provides a centralized, integrated view of the Title IV grant you have received and enables you to track your Pell grant LEU limit.
 
Pell LEU
Greater than
450%
Recent changes in federal law restrict students’ eligibility to receive a federal Pell grant for the equivalent of 12 full-time semesters. This is calculated as 50% for each semester you receive a full-time Pell grant and pro-rated for each semester you receive a less than full-time Pell grant. The maximum amount of Pell grant awards you may receive, your Lifetime Eligibility Used (LEU), is the equivalent of 6 full-time years or 600%. Based on records from the U.S. Department of Education, you have already received 450% or more of your 600% Pell grant limit. Your remaining Pell grant eligibility is 1.5 years or less. If you plan to transfer to a 4-year school/university, we recommend that you come to the Financial Aid Office and meet with an Advisor to discuss your options.

The NSLDS Student Access website (www.nslds.ed.gov) provides a centralized, integrated view of the Title IV grant you have received and enables you to track your Pell grant LEU limit.
 
Pell LEU
Greater than
500%
Recent changes in federal law restrict students’ eligibility to receive a federal Pell grant for the equivalent of 12 full-time semesters. This is calculated as 50% for each semester you receive a full-time Pell grant and pro-rated for each semester you receive a less than full-time Pell grant. The maximum amount of Pell grant awards you may receive, your Lifetime Eligibility Used (LEU), is the equivalent of 6 full-time years or 600%. Based on records from the U.S. Department of Education, you have already received 500% or more of your 600% Pell grant limit. Your remaining Pell grant eligibility is less than one year. If you plan to transfer to a 4-year school/university, we recommend that you come to the Financial Aid Office and meet with an Advisor to discuss your options.

The NSLDS Student Access website (www.nslds.ed.gov) provides a centralized, integrated view of the Title IV grant you have received and enables you to track your Pell grant LEU limit.
 
Pell LEU
Greater than
600%
Recent changes in federal law restrict students’ eligibility to receive a federal Pell grant for the equivalent of 12 full-time semesters. This is calculated as 50% for each semester you receive a full-time Pell grant and pro-rated for each semester you receive a less than full-time Pell grant. The maximum amount of Pell grant awards you may receive, your Lifetime Eligibility Used (LEU), is the equivalent of 6 full-time years or 600%. Based on records from the U.S. Department of Education, you have already received the lifetime maximum of Pell grant allowed and are no longer eligible to receive funds from this program. We recommend that you come to the Financial Aid Office and meet with an Advisor to discuss your options.

The NSLDS Student Access website (www.nslds.ed.gov) provides a centralized, integrated view of the Title IV grant you have received and enables you to track your Pell grant LEU limit.
 
Pell Paid at
Other School
The U.S. Department of Education has reported that you have received Pell grant funds at another institution during this award year. You may owe a refund or you may not be eligible for additional funds at Glendale Community College. You should meet with a Financial Aid Advisor to resolve this issue. Advisors are available on a drop-in basis. Advising hours are posted on the Office Information page of our website.  
Pending ISIR Correction Information on your FAFSA is being corrected.  No action is necessary on your part.  
Prior BA/Teaching Credential Student's with a prior BA degree are not eligible for federal Pell grant.

On your FAFSA you reported that you have a prior BA degree and that your current Degree/Certifcate is to receive a Teaching Credential. If this is not accurate, you should come to the Financial Aid Office to speak with an Advisor.
 
Proof of Active Duty You have indicated that you are currently serving on active duty in the U.S. Armed Forces for purposes other than training. Bring a letter from your Commander or a copy of your orders to the Financial Aid Office for photocopying.  
Proof of Separation Please provide documentation verifying separation. Documentation should include verification of separate addresses (current utility bill, driver's license). If a legal separation has been filed with the courts, please also bring in the official court document to the Financial Aid Office for photocopying.

DEPENDENT STUDENTS: Provide proof that your parent's are separated and not residing at the same address.

INDEPENDENT STUDENTS: Provide proof that you and your spouse are separated and not residing at the same address.
 
Proof of US Citizenship Bring the original of your citizenship certificate, birth certificate, or U.S. Passport to the Financial Aid Office for photocopying.  
Rejected
Application -
Not Signed
According to our records you have applied for financial aid. However, the information that you provided on the FAFSA (or the CA Dream Application for AB540 students who completed that form) is not signed and therefore not fully processed.

DEPENDENT STUDENTS: You or your parent did not sign your application or the corrections you submitted, the Financial Aid Office cannot correct this reject status.

INDEPENDENT STUDENTS: You did not sign your application or the corrections you submitted, the Financial Aid Office cannot correct this reject status.

You should have received a confirmation email explaining how to provide missing signatures. If you have not already submitted signatures, please do so as soon as possible. We recommend you provide signature(s) via the web to expedite the process. 
 
FAFSA Applicants: fafsa.gov
CA Dream Applicants (AB540): dream.csac.ca.gov

Once the Financial Aid Office receives a signed appliction we will continue processing your financial aid.
FAFSA.gov

dream.csac.ca.gov
Respond to Comments Additional information is required to complete your financial aid application. The nature of the request is such that a written explanation of the required documentation or clarification of information was beneficial. Read the separate memo that was sent to you and your parents (if dependent) and supply the requested information and/or documentation.  
SAP Appeal to Committee We have received your financial aid appeal paperwork. Due to the number of units you are requesting to transfer or complete a 2-year degree or certificate program, your appeal was referred to the Financial Aid Appeals Committee.  
See Associate Dean There is a problem with your financial aid file that needs to be resolved. Please call (818) 240-1000 ext. 5429 to make an appointment to see the Associate Dean.  
See Financial
Aid Advisor
There is a problem with your financial aid file that needs to be resolved. Come to the Financial Aid Office to see an Advisor. Advisors are available on a drop-in basis. Advising hours are posted on the Office Information page of the Financial Aid web-site.  
See Loan Coordinator There is an issue with either an existing or new loan which must be cleared. Please call (818) 240-1000 ext. 5433 to schedule an appointment to see the Loan Coordinator.  
Selective
Service
Appeal Deny
A recent computer match between Selective Service and federal records failed to confirm that you have registered with Selective Service. Our office has reviewed your explanation of non-registration and is denying your appeal. As a result, you are not eligible for any financial aid while in attendance at Glendale Community College.

This status does not affect BOG fee waiver eligibility.
 
Social Security Card - STUDENT Bring the original of your Social Security card to the Financial Aid Office for photocopying to verify your name and/or social security number.  
Social Security
Card - MOTHER
Bring the original of your mother's Social Security card to the Financial Aid Office for photocopying.  
Social Security
Card - FATHER
Bring the original of your father's Social Security card to the Financial Aid Office for photocopying.  
Student Fed Tax Return In order for our office to process your application, we need additional information from your federal tax return (form 1040) which is not included on the tax transcript. Please provide a SIGNED copy of your and your spouse's (if married) federal income tax return (including ALL schedules). Be sure to put your GCC I.D. number on the top of each return. Submit a copy of your 2013 federal tax return
Student Tax Transcrpt+W2s
OR
Student Tax Transcript (A)
Provide an IRS Tax Return Transcript and all W-2's for you (and your spouse, if married) or an IRS letter of non-filing.  Be sure to put your name and GCC I.D. number on the top of each document. If you do not have a copy of your W-2's, you should contact your employer(s) to request a duplicate.

To complete an online request for the tax transcript or proof of non-filing go to Get Transcript for My Tax Records.

Submit an IRS Tax Return Transcript of your 2013 federal tax return (if listed as a required item on your "To Do List" on MyGCC)

Click here to print instructions for requesting an IRS Transcript or proof of non-filing
Student
Amended Tax Return
Either you have indicated that you filed an amended tax return or we have found errors that require you to do so. If all information on your federal return was correct as originally filed, please submit a confirming letter from the IRS or an official letter from your tax preparer providing IRS code citations and a clear explanation of your compliance with IRS rules.

Students who have amended their federal income tax return must submit:

1. A copy of the original Form 1040 sent to the IRS and all W-2 forms
2. A copy of the corrected Form 1040 sent to the IRS
3. A copy of the Form 1040X sent to the IRS

Be sure to put your name and GCC I.D. number on the top of each document before submitting it to the Financial Aid Office.
Submit IRS Form 1040 and Form 1040X of your 2013 federal tax returns
Student
Education Plan-
SEP
Provide a copy of your current Student Education Plan (SEP). You may request a copy from your Academic Counselor. Submit your 2013 W-2's
Student IRS Non-Filing Doc Provide an IRS letter of non-filing for you (and your spouse, if married).

Be sure to put your name and GCC I.D. number on the top of each document.
Submit an IRS letter of non-filing for 2013

Click here to print instructions for requesting IRS proof of non-filing
Student/Spouse
W-2's
Provide a copy of all your and your spouse's (if married) W-2's. If you do not have a copy, you should contact your employer(s) to request a duplicate.  
Student's Birth Certificate Bring the original of your birth certificate or U.S. Passport to the Financial Aid Office for photocopying.  
Student's Dep Child
Birth Cert.
Bring the original of your dependent child's birth certificate to the Financial Aid Office for photocopying.  
Student's Marriage Certificate Bring the original of your legal marriage certificate to the Financial Aid Office for photocopying.  
Tax Filing
Conflict
You or your parents (if dependent) have issues that need to be resolved concerning your federal tax return filing status. You received a letter identifying the issue(s) that need to be addressed. Read the letter carefully for directions on how to resolve your conflict. Complete for 2013 tax filing status
Term
Dismissal
Appeal
Denied
Your Term Dismissal appeal has been denied and you are no longer eligible for federal financial aid or Cal Grant.

This status does not affect BOG fee waiver eligibility or your financial aid status at other colleges.
 
Unaccompanied Youth Documents You indicated that you were homeless or at risk of being homeless on your FAFSA (or the CA Dream Application for AB540 students who completed that form). Please provide verification of your homeless status from one of the agencies listed below who determined your status:
- your high school
- your school district homeless liaison
- the Director of an emergency shelter or transitional housing program
- the Director of a runaway or homeless youth basic center
- the Director of a transitional living program
 
Verify Active Duty Status You indicated on your FAFSA (or the CA Dream Application for AB540 students who completed that form) that you are currently serving in the U.S. Armed Forces or are a National Guard or Reserves enlistee who is on active duty for other than state or training purposes.

You must provide one of the following documents to verify your Active Duty status:
1. Current military orders
2. Your military ID
3. A letter (on official letterhead) from your commanding officer
4. A copy of a current DD-214 (if it clearly indicates your active duty status)
 
Verify High School Graduation You have been selected by the Department of Education for verification (or re-verification) of the high school graduation requirement.

Bring the original of one of the following documents to the Financial Aid Office for photocopying:

1. A high school diploma

2. A final high school transcript showing your graduation date

3. A GED certificate or GED transcript

4. An academic transcript showing that you successfully completed a two-year program acceptable toward a BA degree

5. A secondary school completion credential for homeschooling if state law requires homeschooled students to obtain the credential

6. A transcript signed by your parent or guardian that lists the secondary school courses you completed, and clearly stating your successful completion of a secondary school education in a homeschool setting
 
Verify Selective Service A recent computer match between Selective Service and Federal records failed to confirm that you have registered with Selective Service. Therefore, you must provide written proof to our office that you have registered.

If you are a male that has not previously registered and are between the ages of 18 and 26, you can register on the web at www.sss.gov.  AB540 students who do not have a valid Social Security number cannot use the online system and must register by mail.

If you have previously registered, you can also verify your registration at www.sss.gov.  A printout from the online verification screen is acceptable documentation. If you do not have a valid Social Security number you will not be able to verify your Selective Service status online.

Students who entered the United States after their 26th birthday are exempt. Please bring in documentation (I-94 or Passport) which clearly shows your date of birth and the date that you entered the United States.

If you did not register or cannot obtain written proof of your registration through the online verification web site, then you must contact Selective Service to resolve this matter before you can receive any financial aid.
SSS.gov

Financial aid forms can be submitted in the following ways:

1.   By Drop Box - 24/7
You can SUBMIT your completed forms at any time (day or night) by placing them in the white DROP BOX, located outside our front entrance doors.  Incomplete forms will be returned to the student and will result in delays in processing financial aid eligibility.


2.  In Person
You can SUBMIT your completed forms IN PERSON by coming to the Financial Aid Office during our regular business hours.


3. By Mail
You can MAIL your completed forms to the following address:
Financial Aid Office
Glendale Community College
1500 North Verdugo Road
Glendale, CA 91208
Incomplete forms will be returned to the student and will result in delays in processing financial aid eligibility.


4.   By FAX
You can FAX your completed forms to the Financial Aid Office at:  818-547-4469

NOTE:  Personal income tax returns, W-2s, and other tax related papers may be faxed to our office.   Other documents, including Driver Licenses, Social Security Cards, INS/DHS documents, passports, high school diplomas, and all transcripts CANNOT be faxed in.  These items must be brought to the Financial Aid Office where we will make copies of the required items.  Incomplete forms will be returned by mail to the student and will result in delays in processing financial aid eligibility.

Do you have comments or questions regarding our site?
Contact us by email at: finaid@glendale.edu  

Disclaimer: Some websites to which the Financial Aid Office provide links are for the convenience of users and are not managed or maintained by Glendale Community College. The College and the Financial Aid Office do not review, control, or take responsibility for the contents of those sites.

 

 

 

 

 

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