Resources and Forms for Financial Aid
Sometimes you just need everything in one place.
That's what we've tried to provide for you here. Take a look. You're sure to discover some great resources to help you through the financial aid process as well as the forms you need to get money for college.
Federal Loans vs. Private Loans
Federal Loan Basics
Federal Direct Loan Program
Direct PLUS Loan
Cohort Default Rate Info
How to Prepare for Successful Student Loan Repayment
How to Pick the Right Payment Plan
Tips & Tricks to Prepare for Student Loan Repayment
Helpful Resources to Prepare for Student Loan Repayment
COLLEGE PAYMENT PLANS
RESOURCES FOR MANAGING MONEY
Cash Campaign of MD
Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®)
Create a Federal Student Aid ID
FSA ID Worksheet
FAFSA® Worksheet 2023-2024
IRS Data Retrieval Tool Instructions
Federal Student Aid Estimator
Federal Financial Aid Eligibility
What's Changed for the 2024-2025 FAFSA Form?
Who is a Contributor on the 2024-2025 FAFSA Form?
Dependency Status and Contributors
23-24 Dependent Verification Form
23-24 Independent Verification Form
23-24 Parent Income Tax Non-Filing Form
23-24 Student Income Tax Non-Filing Form
23-24 Identity and Statement of Educational Purpose Form
23-24 Homeless/Unaccompanied Youth Verification Form
23-24 Maryland Verification of Residency and Drug Policy
23-24 Dependency Override Form
23-24 Professional Judgement Form
23-24 No Parental Info on FAFSA (Unsub Loans Only)
23-24 Presidential Grant Application - Dual-Enrolled HS Students
23-24 Need Based Scholarship Application
23-24 HCC Foundation Board of Directors Leadership Scholarship Application
23-24 Dresher Foundation Application
23-24 Disability Tuition Waiver Request Form
23-24 Foster Care/Homeless Youth Tuition Waiver Form
23-24 Electronic Consent Form
23-24 SAP Appeal Form
23-24 SAP GPA Plan
23-24 SAP Maxtime Frame Appeal/Plan
Creating PDF of Forms
To create PDFs of documents to be sent to our office, you can scan documents using your smart device.
For Android users: Google Drive has an option for scanning documents via your smart phone’s camera and then saving them as PDF files within your cloud storage. You can find it by opening the Drive app and tapping the blue “+” icon in the bottom-right corner and then selecting “Scan”.
For Apple users: Using an iPhone of iPad, us the “Notes” app. Open a new note, press the camera button, and choose the option “Scan document.” Once the document is scanned, you can email it.
Email documents to the Financial Aid office ONLY via your OwlMail email address. You may need to email the scan from your phone email account to your OwlMail account first, before sending to our office. Email the completed documents to firstname.lastname@example.org.