General Processing Forms
- Institutional Verification Form
- Verification of Other Untaxed Income
- Child Support Paid Form
- High School Completion Form
- Snap Benefits Form
- Identity Statement of Educational Purpose Form (Signed at Institution)
- Identity Statement of Educational Purpose Form (Signed with Notary)
- Student Non-Tax Filer
- Parent Non-Tax Filer
Terms and Conditions
Once your federal, state and/or institutional aid has been awarded or adjusted, You must agree to the terms and conditions, including any program-specific conditions linked to your awards.
Special Circumstances Forms
To request a review of financial aid eligibility based on family circumstances not reflected on the FAFSA use one of the forms below. Reviews begin March 1 and end February 28 for a specific academic year. Students/parents requesting a review must complete the verification process first.
Satisfactory Academic Progress Forms
Students who have had their financial aid denied or suspended because of unsatisfactory progress may appeal the decision to Student Financial Services.
Residency Status for Tuition Classification Forms
Your initial residency classification at Western State Colorado University is determined by the Office of Admissions based on information you provide in the Residency Section of the Western Admissions Application. This initial residency classification remains the same unless you meet the domicile requirements for Colorado residency.
- Incoming Students- Tuition Classification Form
- Current Students- Petition for In-State Tuition Classification Form
- Veterans- GI Promise Tuition Adjustment
Summer Financial Aid Form
To apply for financial aid for the summer, complete the form below. Completing the form does not guarantee financial aid for summer and only federal aid is available. The 2014-15 FAFSA is required if not already completed. All loan applications must be done before August 08, 2015.
Several scholarship programs utilize the Common Scholarship Application. Please see the "Application" heading under each scholarship listing to determine if the Common Scholarship Application form may be used.