Financial Aid - Current Students : Financial Aid Forms
Financial Aid Forms
Click on the form that you need. Print the form, then complete, sign and date the form. Make sure your name and NTC Student ID number is on each page of each form. If you are required to also provide support documentation, make sure you submit copies. Return the completed, signed, and dated form, along with supporting documentation (if required) to:
- Financial Aid Office
- Northcentral Technical College
- 1000 W. Campus Drive
- Wausau, WI 54401-1899
Please include a cover page with "Attn: Financial Aid", Name and Student ID Number.
Please include your NAME and Student ID Number in the subject field.
In-Person Regional Campus
Please drop off at the regional campus front desk staff. Incomplete forms will be returned to you and may cause a delay in processing your aid application.
2022-2023 Financial Aid Forms
Aid year includes 2022 Summer, 2022 Fall & 2023 Spring.
- Citizenship Verification
- Consortium Agreement 2022-2023
- Homeless Unaccompanied Youth Verification 2022-2023
- Parent Marital Status Change Request 2022-2023
- Parent PLUS Loan Authorization Form 2022-2023
- Private Education Loan Applicant Self-Certification
- Professional Judgment Request For Review Of Dependency Status 2022-2023
- Request For Review Of Additional Costs
- Selective Service Request for Status Information Letter
- Student Marital Status Change Request 2022-2023
- Total and Permanent Disability (TPD) Discharge Application
- Unusual Enrollment History Verification 2022-2023
Financial aid eligibility is determined by the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), which uses financial information from two years prior to determine a student’s financial need. The Financial Aid Office recognizes that households can experience changes to income or other finances that are not reflected in this information from two years prior. These special circumstances can be reviewed on a case-by-case basis to analyze if this would create a change in the student’s eligibility for financial aid. Through a process called Professional Judgment, adjustments can be made on an individual basis to the information on the FAFSA or to a student’s Cost of Attendance.
Types of Special Circumstances:
- Loss of employment
- Change in employment that resulted in reduced income
- Change in or loss of unemployment benefits
- Death of parent or spouse whose info was reported on FAFSA
- One-time taxable income distribution (examples: IRA, Pension distribution, back-year Social Security Payments, withdrew from retirement to meet unexpected needs, received inheritance)
- Student's parent, if listed on FAFSA, has retired
Other situations that can be considered (for a re-evaluation of a student's Cost of Attendance):
- High Cost Tuition programs
- Unusually high medical or dental costs recently incurred
- Excessive Medical Expense Special Circumstances that can be considered: excessive out of pocket medical expenses that exceed 11% of the tax-filer's adjusted gross income (AGI)
Please Note: A change to the COA will typically not result in a student qualifying for additional financial aid. An increased COA typically allows the student to borrow additional loan funds, subject to annual loan limits and/or credit approval (for PLUS or private loans).
Circumstances which do not warrant a review include unusual credit card debt, high living expenses, private secondary school educational costs, or parent’s refusal to pay for college.
Since not all review requests will result in a change to a student’s financial aid offer we have placed an Aid Adjustment screening form in the MyNTC student center under “Billing & Financial Aid”. The first step of the process is to complete the Aid Adjustment screening form located within the MyNTC student center.
Please Note: The aid adjustment screening form for the 2022-2023 aid year is available. The summer semester will not be included in any adjustments made to a student’s financial aid eligibility.
Once the screening form has been completed, you will be notified if your circumstances qualify for a financial aid adjustment. If so, you will be sent a form and asked to provide documentation in support of your request.
Per federal regulations related to making adjustments to FAFSA data, consideration will not be given to applications and /or supporting documentation received after April 28, 2023, or three weeks prior to your last day of attendance, whichever occurs first.
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Verification: For the 2022-2023 academic year, if you have been selected for verification, you will need to complete documents electronically within the Verification Portal.