These forms are valid for Fall 2012, Spring 2013, and Summer 2013.
According to federal regulations, Metropolitan State University is required to have your signed authorization in order to apply Federal financial aid proceeds to pay charges other than required tuition and fees. One example of a non-required charge applied to your student account is the bookstore credit program. If you are eligible for Federal, State and Institutional financial aid and if this financial aid exceeds your tuition and fees, you may grant permission to Metropolitan State University to pay these non-required charges with the proceeds of your financial aid. This authorization remains valid until you rescind this authorization or graduate from your program. Download Authorization Form
If a student is attending more than one school during the same semester, a consortium agreement must be completed to ensure that a student receives their full financial aid. Federal regulations state that only one school can pay a student's financial aid per semester. Download this form if you are receiving financial aid from Metro State (the "Home" institution) and are taking courses at another school (the "Host" institution). Please see "Financial Aid for Credits Taken at Another School" for additional information. It is the student's responsibility to pay all tuition and fees at the "Host" institution. Please choose your Host school from the drop-down list below and click the "Download" button to download the correct form.
Submit this form if requested to determine your eligibility for Minnesota State Grant funding. Download Questionnaire
The Postsecondary Child Care Grant Program is available to help low income students who have young children pay for child care while the student attends classes.
The MN GI Bill is available to eligible veterans who have an unmet financial need -- college costs that exceed the financial assistance they are receiving from scholarships, Federal Veteran's benefits, and Federal and State financial aid programs.Complete Online Application
Use this form if you have a special circumstance which could affect your ability to contribute toward your academic expenses. The purpose of the special circumstances form is to inform the Office of Student Financial Aid of unusual or extraordinary information that is not included on your FAFSA form that may increase your student aid. Download Special Circumstances Petition
When you apply for financial aid, your answers to certain questions on the FAFSA determine whether you're considered dependent or independent for financial aid purposes. If you are considered a dependent student you must report your parents income and assets as well as your own. If you are considered an independent student, you report only your income and assets (and those of your spouse, if you're married). Download and complete this petition if you have an extreme and unique situation (such as an abusive family situation) that would prevent you from being able to obtain your parent's information. Please be advised that the U.S. Department of Education has revised the policy regarding dependency overrides, and we are no longer able to grant dependency overrides solely on the basis of self-support and independent living standards. Download Petition
Download this form if you would like to return all or part of any loan funds that were disbursed to you during the current award year. Download Request Form
Download this form if you have been placed on financial aid suspension due to low GPA and/or cumulative completion rate, or have reached the maximum time frame to be eligible for financial aid, and would like to appeal the decision. Download Appeal
This form allows students to authorize a 3rd party to access student information protected under the Federal Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FFERPA). Download Authorization Form
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