Use these services and provide the required supporting documentation, to appeal the suspension of your financial aid eligibility resulting from your failure to meet WSSU’s minimum standards for Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP). Only valid appeals with documented extenuating circumstances will be considered and reviewed.

2022-2023

Services (6)

Dependent Asset Verification Form

When you file your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®) you’ll have to answer a series of questions about both your income and your financial assets. This independent asset verification allows students to list their assets. (for students and/or parents)

Independent Asset Verification Form

When you file your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®) you’ll have to answer a series of questions about both your income and your financial assets. This independent asset verification allows students to list their assets. (for student and/or spouse)

New Loan after Disability Discharge

A student who has had a previous federal education loan discharged due to Total and Permanent Disability may, under some circumstances, borrow a new federal student loan, although it may be necessary to resume repayment on the previously discharged loan.

Satisfactory Academic Progress Appeal

This request service, along with required supporting documentation, to appeal the suspension of your financial aid eligibility resulting from your failure to meet WSSU’s minimum standards for Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP). Only valid appeals with documented extenuating circumstances will be considered and reviewed

Second-Degree Certification

In order to determine the eligibility of a student pursuing a second Bachelors's degree for financial aid (Title IV, institutional & state) the Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid needs to be able to verify applicable courses. Please ensure that the information is accurate and contains proper signature(s). Incomplete forms will not be reviewed and will result in a delay of financial aid. For auditing purposes, course listings cannot be attached, they must be recorded on this form.

Unusual Enrollment History Appeal Form

Your 2022-2023 FAFSA has been flagged for “Unusual Enrollment History Review” by the U.S. Department of Education because you received FederalPell Grant funds and/or Federal Direct Loans at multiple education institutions during the review period of 2018-19, 2019-20, 2020-21, and 2021-22.