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The FAFSA, officially known as the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, is the form that families fill out to apply for federal grants, loans, and work-study funds for college students.
Claflin University Master Financial Aid Application
Signature Page - Everyone whose information is given on the FASFA must sign this page.
2019-2020 Signature Page
Consent Form - This form gives the Office of Financial Aid permission to your financial aid information with those whom you identify.
Rights & Responsibilities Checklists - This form helps you understand your rights as a loan borrower.
Entrance Loan Counseling - To receive Stafford Loan funds under the Direct Loan Program, the US Department of Education requires each borrower to receive Entrance and Exit Counseling.
2016-2017 Online MPN Process
2017-2018 Online MPN Process
Exit Counseling 2017
Exit Counseling Process
Claflin Verification Worksheet - (FAFSA) has been selected for a review process called verification. Verification must be completed before you can be awarded. Worksheet for for Dependent and Independent Verification.
2016-2017 Verfication Worksheet
2017-2018 Verfication Worksheet
2019-2020 Verfication Worksheet
Residency Form - Claflin University is required by South Carolina law to determine the resident classification of applicants and students for purposes of receiving state funds.
2016-2017 Residency Form
2017-2018 Residency Form
2019-2020 Residency Form
Change of Marital Status
Withdrawal - When a student who has received federal financial aid funds (Title IV funds) leaves a school before the end of the semester or enrollment period, federal law requires Claflin University to calculate the percentage and amount of “unearned” financial aid funds that must be returned to the federal government.