Financial Aid Forms
- 2013-2014 Federal Dependent Verification Worksheet(PDF)
- Download this form if you are 23 years old or younger, and you do not have children that you provide more than 50% of support for, or are not married, or have not served in the military, then you are considered a “Dependent Student” by federal guidelines.
- 2013-2014 Federal Independent Verification Worksheet(PDF)
- Download this form if you are:
- 24 or older or
- you have children that you provide more than 50 percent of support for or
- you are married or
- you have served in the military or
- you are an orphan, ward of the court, or have been in foster care at any time since age 13 or
- you are in a legal guardianship that has been approved by the court in your state of legal residence or
- you are an emancipated minor as approved by a court in your state of legal residence or
- you have been determined an unaccompanied youth who was homeless or at risk of being homeless by a director of emergency shelter, transitional housing program, runaway or homeless youth shelter, or by your high school or school district homeless liaison.
- 2013-2014 SAP Appeal Form(PDF)
- Financial aid applicants must be reviewed by a separate Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) standard that is established and regulated by the federal government. Students have the right to request a one-time, non-satisfactory academic progress waiver if they are denied financial aid consideration. If the financial aid recipient experiences extenuating circumstances that impacted their schoolwork, they have the right to appeal the decision. Reasons to appeal may involve, for example, a documented illness of a student. Only completed SAP Appeal Forms will be reviewed, incomplete forms will be returned to the student. Appeals must be made in writing with the Appeal Form* and must be based on extenuating circumstances. All appeals are reviewed by the SAP Appeal Committee and notification is sent within two weeks.
- FWS Employment Authorization Form
All students must have a completed W-4, I-9 and Employment Authorization Form on file with the Financial Aid Office (B213) before they can start working either on-campus or off-campus. You must provide original documentation that proves you are eligible to work in the United States. Examples of acceptable documents are:
- Your unexpired U.S. Passport or Alien Registration Card
- Driver's License and Social Security Card
- Bunker Hill Community College ID and Social Security Card
- Driver's License and U.S. Birth Certificate
- Bunker Hill Community College ID and U.S. Birth Certificate
Upon completion of the W-4 and I-9 and providing an acceptable documents to Financial Aid Office (B213), you will be given an Employment Authorization Form.