2019-2020 FAFSA Forms

For Summer 2019, Fall 2019, Spring 2020, Summer 2020


Only print and submit required forms on your Zone account.

New in 2019-2020

If you were not selected for verification, there were no messages on your Student Aid Report about conflicting information, and there are no discrepancies that must be resolved by our office, you may not have to submit any documents to our office for verification.

If eligible for aid and awarded, you will receive a message to check the Zone for your financial aid offer.

You will have to “ACCEPT” your offer online prior to any funds being disbursed.

To access Financial Aid documents from this site, you need Adobe Acrobat Reader and a printer. These are not PDF-fillable forms - do not try to convert to or open with Microsoft Word or other program. You must print and complete.

If you are required to verify your Federal Tax Return information, please request a complete tax transcript of prior tax returns by calling the IRS at 1-800-829-1040 or at www.irs.gov.

Federal Verification Worksheet - Independent / Dependent

Complete this form to include information about yourself and your spouse (if married) or parents. Please complete all items, sign and date, and turn in to our office with all other requested verification documents (federal tax transcripts for student and spouse or parents, and other documentation of income). You may be required to provide proof from the IRS that you were not required to file federal taxes.

Download and print - 1920 Federal Verification Worksheet - Independent

Download and print - 1920 Federal Verification Worksheet - Dependent

Instructions for IRS Tax Return Transcript

 

Untaxed Income Certification Form - Independent / Dependent

Certain applicants will be required to verify the untaxed income information they provided on the FAFSA. If the Financial Aid Office determines that the amounts provided and/or verified do not appear to provide sufficient financial support for the number of household family members reported, the applicant and spouse/parents must explain how the family was financially supported during the 2017 calendar year.

If you were selected for this verification, if there are questions about untaxed income, or we need your certification that you are not required to file federal taxes, you will be required to complete this form. You may be required to provide proof from the IRS that you were not required to file federal taxes.

Download and print - 1920 Untaxed Income / Non-Filer Certification - Independent

Download and print - 1920 Untaxed Income / Non-Filer Certification - Dependent

IRS Chart - Who Must File Federal Income Taxes

Instructions for IRS Documentation of Non-Filing Status / Wage & Income Statement

 

High School Verification Worksheet

On your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) you indicated your high school completion status. If you did or will complete high school or a GED before the start of 2019-20 school year, you must confirm and provide any documentation requested (please see back page).

Download and print - 1920 High School Verification Worksheet

 

Identity Verification

The student must appear in person at the Financial Aid Office to verify his or her identity by presenting a valid government issued photo identification (driver’s license, other state issued ID, military ID, or passport).

We are required to maintain a copy of the student’s photo ID.

Download and print - 1920 Identity Verification

 

Student Update Form

Use this form to update our office on your name, date of birth, social security number, gender, marital status, etc.

Download and print - 1920 Student Update Form

 

Parent Update Form

You must provide the last name, first initial, and social security number for each parent or stepparent whose information is provided on your Financial Aid application. Please use this form to update your parents’ information by completing all items as instructed, and have each parent sign and date form.

Download and print - 1920 Parent Update Form

 

Lifetime Pell Eligibility Acknowledgement

Pell Lifetime Eligibility Used (LEU)Effective July 1, 2012, students are limited to a lifetime maximum Pell Grant of 12 full time semesters / six years (600%) at any community college, vocational school or four year/bachelor program. Once you reach the 600% Pell LEU, you are ineligible for any additional Pell Grant. Log onto My Federal Student Aid (formerly NSLDS) using your FSA ID and view your LEU, found on the Financial Aid Review page. For more information: Federal Pell Grant

What this means for you: You must plan now for your future, especially if you plan to transfer to a four-year college for a Bachelor’s degree. The six-year limit is a lifetime limit, regardless of completion of your academic goals or Bachelor’s degree. This regulation is in effect even if you have had an appeal approved for failure to meet academic progress, it supersedes any prior offer of aid/award, and the Department of Education allows for no appeal or exception. 

Download and print - Pell Lifetime Eligibility Acknowledgement Form

 

Unusual Enrollment History (UEH) Notification

The U.S. Department of Education established new regulations to prevent fraud and abuse in the Federal Pell Grant Program by identifying students with Unusual Enrollment Histories (UEH).

If you received the Federal Pell Grant at multiple institutions in recent academic years
(2015-16, 2016-17, 2017-18, 2018-19), your 2019-20 FAFSA was flagged for unusual enrollment history (UEH) by the U.S. Department of Education.

All students with a UEH flag will be required to provide Chabot College with official academic transcripts from all colleges and universities attended during the review period, 
as reported on NSLDS (National Student Loan Data System)

Download and print - Unusual Enrollment History Form

 

Release of Information FERPA Form

In compliance with FERPA (Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act) laws, and to protect the privacy of our students, the Chabot College Financial Aid Office will not discuss a student's financial aid file or eligibility with anyone other than the student. If a student wishes to authorize the Financial Aid Office to release information to or discuss financial aid with another person (parent, spouse, advocate, etc.), the student may complete the Release of Information Form. The release is good for one academic year only.

The release form must be signed by the student in person at the Financial Aid Office, or be officially notarized. Photo ID is required of both student and representative at each visit.

Download and print - 1920 Release of Information FERPA Form

 

Verification of Dependency Status

You have answered "yes" to one of the dependency questions on your FAFSA. Complete this form and provide documentation to verify your dependency status.

Download and print - 1920 Dependency Status Form

 

Dependency Verification - Military

Complete this form and provide documentation to verify your active duty or veteran status.

Download and print - 1920 Dependency Verification-Military Form

 

Housing Verification Form

Submit to correct or update your housing status, providing copy of lease, or other documentation. 

Download and print - 1920 Housing Verification Form

 

Agency Certification & Untaxed Income

Submit to your case worker or the Social Security Office for completion and return to our office. If using this form to establish eligibility for Method A, you must submit it with a completed California Community College Promise Grant enrollment waiver application.

Download and print - 1920 Agency Certification of Untaxed Income Form

 

Appeal for Reinstatement or Extension of Financial Aid

If you have extenuating reasons for failing to meet satisfactory academic progress standards (over 90 attempted units, or unsatisfactory performance), you must complete and submit this form to the Financial Aid Office for a Petition for Reinstatement or Continuation of Financial Aid with all required documentation.

Download and print - 1920 Appeal for Reinstatement or Extension of Financial Aid

 

Consortium Agreement

A consortium agreement allows Chabot College to take into account units a student takes at another college that are required for a Chabot degree for financial aid purposes. This is a courtesy only, will be considered only through the first weeks of the semester, and are approved on a case-by-case basis. All decisions by the Financial Aid Office are final. Only complete if you will be enrolled less than full-time at Chabot and enrolled at another college for the same term you will be attending Chabot. Grades from other schools are required prior to any subsequent disbursement of aid at Chabot.

Download and print - 1920 Consortium Agreement Form

 

Verification of Family Size and Number in College

If there are questions about the number of members in your household and/or those counted in college, you may be required to complete this form.

Download and print - 1920 Verification of Family Size - Independent Student Form
Download and print - 1920 Verification of Family Size - Dependent Student Form

 

Cal Grant GPA Verification Form

Cal Grant deadline for community college students is September 2nd. Students must have completed at least 24 college units, completed a FAFSA application, Cal Grant Verification Form, and have a minimum 2.0 GPA. Students must complete the form and submit to the California Student Aid Commission. Visit www.calgrants.org for more information.

 

Change of Personal Data Form

Students should complete a Request to Change Personal Data to make changes to any of the following: name, address, telephone number, Social Security Number, and/or email address.

Completed forms must be submitted to the Office of Admissions & Records.

Download and print - Chabot Change of Personal Data Form

 

Major Declaration & Change of Primary Campus

Students should complete and submit to the Office of Admissions & Records.

Download and print - Major Declaration & Change of Primary Campus

 

Unaccompanied Homeless Youth

Complete this form and provide a verification letter from the designated official who was authorized to make the determination that you meet the definition of an unaccompanied homeless youth or unaccompanied and at risk of becoming homeless.

Download and print - Unnacompanied Homeless Youth Form

 

Asset Verification

Complete this form if you are required to verify your, your spouse, and/or your parent asset worth as of the date your 2019-2020 FAFSA was signed.

Download and print - Asset Verification Form

 

Independency Status Change Request
(Must obtain in person from FAO)

A student who wishes to request a dependency status change must meet with a Financial Aid Advisor. Students 24 years or older are automatically considered independent. You must be able to document the reasons you present in your request. In some cases, approval of this request can decrease your eligibility for federal aid.

 

Special Circumstances Petition
(Must obtain in person from FAO)

Please see the Financial Aid Office staff if you wish an additional review of your eligibility based on the decrease in family income or other special circumstances that may affect financial eligibility after filing the FAFSA.