Financial Aid Forms 2023-2024
Please note that the 2023-2024 financial aid year will be FOUR (4) quarters with Summer 2024 being a "Trailer" quarter at the end of the year. That means for Summer 2024 aid, we will be using the 2023-2024 FAFSA. The quarters for the 2023-2024 year will be:
- Fall 2023
- Winter 2024
- Spring 2024
- Summer 2024
What this means for you: PLAN ACCORDINGLY. Students who receive Pell Grant at the full-time level each quarter are usually eligible for Pell Grant in the summer, subject to percentage of Pell used at another school, if any, during the FAFSA aid year. Student loans have an annual limit, so keep the 4-quarter year in mind when filling out your loan requests. Remember that there are also lifetime limits for grants and loans.
Submitting Forms and Documents: Students are able to securely submit their financial aid documents using the "Upload
Documents" feature in the "Additional Resources" Tile in the ctcLink Student Services
1. Go to Student Homepage > Additional Resources > Upload Documents (TIP: From WVC Dashboard, click "Full Site" at bottom of menu to go to Student Homepage)
2. Select Wenatchee Valley College from the drop down menu then click Continue
3. Enter "FA" for Document Class and choose an appropriate Document Type
4. Upload document(s)
Please visit http://ctclinkreferencecenter.ctclink.us/m/79750/l/1102574-9-2-student-upload-documents-fluid if you would like visual step by step instructions on how to upload your documents. For Financial Aid documents, always use Document Class "FA".
With the exception of some scholarships, all financial aid awarding uses information found on the FAFSA. To receive grants, work-study, and loans, you will need to start with the FAFSA.
To allow the college to discuss the status of your financial aid award with your parents or another person, a "Release of Information" form must be completed and returned to our office. The release does not carry over from year to year, so you will need to fill out the form for each year you attend.
If you are adjusting your enrollment prior to the 10th day of classes AND YOUR AID HAS NOT YET BEEN DISBURSED, please use this form. If your aid has already been disbursed, do not use this form to report changes to enrollment status. Contact the financial aid office. If you are unsure how your post-disbursement enrollment changes will affect your financial aid, please review the Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy. If you have any questions, contact the Financial Aid Office.
Students must be admitted to and enrolled in an eligible degree or certificate program at Wenatchee Valley College to receive financial aid. If you are not coded as being in an eligible program, but you are enrolled in one, you need to fill out this form and return it to the financial aid office.
Please contact our office before downloading and submitting this form. This form should only be used when submitting miscellaneous information for which there is no specific form. Our office staff can tell you whether this is the appropriate form to use for a specific purpose.
In some cases our office will request that a student verify the information entered on the FAFSA. If our office requires this information, we will notify the student and the student should use one of the following worksheets to submit the information to our office. Please read the following carefully and choose the appropriate verification worksheet for your status.
If your application has been selected for a process called verification and you had to list your parents information on your financial aid application (FAFSA), you will need this form. Verification is a process where our office will be comparing information that was listed on your FAFSA to copies of your and your parents income and tax information. If there are differences from what was reported, we may need to make a correction to your application.
If you indicated an extremely low parental income on your 2023-2024 FAFSA then we need to verify how your parents were able to live on such a low income. To confirm your eligibility for financial aid, please have your parent(s) read both side of this form and then complete the applicable sections.
If your application has been selected for a process called verification and you were not required to list your parents information on your financial aid application (FAFSA), you will need this form. Verification is a process where our office will be comparing information that was listed on your FAFSA to copies of your income and tax information. If there are differences from what was reported, we may need to make a correction to your application.
If you indicated an extremely low income on your 2023-2024 FAFSA then we need to verify how you were able to live on such a low income. To confirm your eligibility for financial aid, please read both side of this form and then complete the applicable sections.
If your application has been selected for a process called IDENTITY Verification, you will need this form. If you have been selected for Identity Verification, we are not able to continue processing your file until this issue is resolved.
This type of verification has some very specific instructions that are required by
federal regulations. Please download and carefully read the instructions.
You should only submit this form if you were selected for Identity Verification. This verification is different from and in addition to any standard
verification of your income and household size. It is specific to identity and high
school/GED completion criteria and only a small number of applicants are selected
for this type of verification.
If you have any questions about completing and submitting this form, please contact the WVC Financial Aid office.
Requesting a Tax Return Transcript from IRS
TAXFILERS: If your application has been selected for verification and you were not able to use
the IRS Data Retrieval Tool to successfully move your 2021 tax information to your
financial aid application (FAFSA), you may be able to download a Tax Return Transcript
directly from the IRS online at https://www.irs.gov/individuals/get-transcript .
Currently, this is the only way to get a Tax Return transcript from the IRS. If you are not able to access and download your transcript, you may submit a copy of your 2021 tax return, complete with any schedules attached, with your verification worksheet.
Requesting a "Verification of Non-Filing Letter"
NON-TAXFILERS: New federal regulations require independent students/spouses, and parents of dependent students that are selected for verification and indicate non-taxfiling status to submit proof that they didn't file an IRS Tax Return for 2021. If you need to request this document, you may be able to download the "Verification of Non-Filing Letter" directly from the IRS online at https://www.irs.gov/individuals/get-transcript .
Requesting "Wage and Income Transcript" which includes information from W2s, 1099s,
Need to submit your W2's or 1099s but can't locate them?
You may be able to download the "Wage and Income Transcript" directly from the IRS
online at https://www.irs.gov/individuals/get-transcript .
Currently, this is the only way to get the "Wage and Income Transcript" from the IRS. If you are not able to access and download this document, please contact our office for assistance with providing acceptable optional documentation.
Loans, unlike grants or work-study, are borrowed money that must be repaid, with interest. These are real loans-just like car loans or mortgages. You cannot have these loans canceled because you didn't like the education you received or because you're having financial difficulty. These loans are a serious obligation, so think about the amount you'll have to repay over the years before you take out a loan. Please read instructions carefully and submit the appropriate loan worksheet for the loan(s) you are requesting. For additional information on loans, please visit our loan information page.
The WVC loan worksheet is required to request a loan from WVC. All students requesting a loan can now submit the same worksheet, regardless of program or year in school.
Your file must be completed prior to the processing of your loan request. Prior to completing the loan worksheet make sure that you have completed the 2023-2024 FAFSA and that all supporting documents requested by the financial aid office have been submitted.
If you wish to adjust or cancel your student loan amount please use this form.
To apply for a Federal Direct Parent (PLUS) loan, the dependent student must first
complete and submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) for the appropriate
This form is for parents who wish to adjust or cancel their parent PLUS loan amount.
On July 6, 2013, a new provision was added to the Direct Loan statutory requirements
that limits a new borrower's eligibility for Direct Subsidized Loans to a period not
to exceed 150 percent of the length of the borrower's educational program. Under certain
conditions, the provision also causes new borrowers who have exceeded the 150 percent
limit to lose the interest subsidy on their Direct Subsidized loans.
If you wish to be considered for a re-evaluation of your financial circumstances, please use the appropriate form below to explain your circumstances.
This document is the Information Sheet ONLY. Please read this before completing your Revision Request form. Note that there are separate forms for Students and Parents.
If you would like to be considered for a reevaluation of your financial aid award because of DECREASED RESOURCES and/or CHANGE OF CIRCUMSTANCES since you completed your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), you may submit a Revision Request.
Please keep in mind that financial aid funds are limited and our response may depend on the funds available. In addition, adjustments are subjects to federal and institutional guidelines.
Student and parents need to fill out separate forms, please make sure you use the
correct one for your circumstances or it will delay processing of your request. Please
read the Information & Instruction Sheet prior to filling out your form. If you have
any questions, contact our office.
Student and parents need to fill out separate forms, please make sure you use the correct one for your circumstances or it will delay processing of your request. Please read the Information & Instruction Sheet prior to filling out your form. If you have any questions, contact our office.
This form is for Students Additional Expenses only, Parent additional expenses are reported on the Parent Revision Worksheet.
In certain circumstances, financial aid may be used to pay for student health insurance, medical/dental expenses, child care, additional books, transportation, or other educationally related costs.
Generally, requests are met with Federal Stafford Loan (subsidized and unsubsidized) or Parent Loan (PLUS). To request aid to pay for unusual expenses that exceed the standard budget allowances, you should use this form.
In order to be eligible for summer financial aid you must be earning a degree or qualified certificate from Wenatchee Valley College. Visiting students (students pursuing a degree elsewhere and attending WVC for the Summer quarter only) are not eligible for financial aid. You must have a 2023-2024 FAFSA on file in our office, with the file review process complete. Additionally, you must complete and submit the Summer Aid Worksheet (see Summer Forms below), which is available in May, 2023 - the day Summer registration begins.
Financial aid grants for summer are limited to the following:
- Pell Grant: Subject to remaining annual and lifetime limits. The 2023-2024 financial
aid year includes FOUR (4) quarters. Students may be eligible to receive up to 150%
of their annual award limit. Students who are awarded Pell grant beyond 100% of their
annual award must be enrolled in at least 6 credits.
- WVC Grant: Summer WVC Grant aid is reserved for those in programs which require summer
attendance. Pell eligible students who have reached their annual limit and are enrolled
in a program that REQUIRES Summer attendance (such as Allied Health) will be awarded
local funds matching their 2023-2024 quarterly Pell Grant, subject to any eligibility
and/or funding limitations.
- College Bound Scholarship: College Bound Scholarship recipients may receive CBS funds during summer.
The Federal Stafford Loan Programs, subsidized and unsubsidized, are available. In addition to the WVC 2023-2024 Federal Direct Student Loan Worksheet, you must have a 2023-2024 FAFSA on file in our office, with the file review process complete. Note: If you had a loan during spring quarter, you do not need to submit a new loan worksheet for summer. Just submit a loan adjustment form and we will review your eligibility**.
Lifetime, Annual and quarterly maximums apply. Summer quarter 2024 is considered the last quarter of the 2023-2024 school year. Any loan amount you request for summer will count against your annual loan limit for the 2023-2024 year. If you have already received your annual limit for 2023-2024, you will not be eligible for any summer loans.
Limited funds. Please see the Summer Work-study information and forms below.
Summer 2024 financial aid will be based on information in your 2023-2024 FAFSA. In addition to the 2023-2024 FAFSA, a Summer Aid Worksheet is required for all students seeking aid for the summer 2024 quarter. Awards are based on funds available. See Summer Quarter for more information.
Please submit this form AFTER you enroll for Summer term.
Summer Work Study: There are two different types of Summer work study and two different forms. Please make sure you use the appropriate form below for your situation. If you have questions, check with the financial aid office
Summer Work Study - In School
Students who ARE attending WVC Summer quarter and enrolled in at least 6 credits may fill out the In-School Summer Work Study Request. Must also have a 2023-2024 FAFSA on file in the financial aid office, with the file review process complete. There is no guarantee of an available work study position or availability of funds.
*Form Available May 2024*
Summer Work Study - Not Attending
Students who are NOT attending school Summer but will be attending Fall AND have attended the prior spring quarter MAY be eligible for work-study during the summer. Must also have both a current year (2023-2024) and upcoming year (2024-2025) FAFSA on file in the financial aid office, with the file review process complete for both.
Due to state law, the maximum eligibility will be 19 hours a week. Be sure to read the Summer Work Study Information Sheet for Non-Attendees that is attached to the application. There is no guarantee of an available work study position or availability of funds.
*Form Available May 2024