Forms

2017-2018 - enrolled July 1, 2017 - June 30, 2018

2017-2018 Dependent Students - Verification Form and Documents Requested 
Most students

2017-2018 Independent Students - Verification Form and Documents Requested 
Students over 24 years of age, married, orphan and/or graduate student

2017-2018 Statement of Educational Purpose (In Person)

2017-2018 Statement of Educational Purpose (Notary)

2017-2018 Dependent Household Size

2017-2018 Independent Household Size 

2017-2018 Special Condition Request for Review
If there is a change in income for your family, please utilize this form.

2017-2018 Rental Property Value Form
To report value of rental/investment property

2017-2018 Dependency Status Appeal Form
Students who cannot answer “yes” to one of the questions in Step Three of the FAFSA, to provide the biological/adoptive parents’ information and signature when completing the FAFSA may review this form to determine if they may be eligible for a Dependency Override. With this form students must thoroughly supply documentation of EXTREME family circumstances

2017-2018 Drug Conviction Worksheet
Please complete this worksheet if you were convicted for possessing or selling illegal drugs or because you left question 23 of the FAFSA blank.

2017-2018 Request for IRS Verification of Non-filing Letter Form 4506T 
An IRS Verification of Non-filing Letter - provides proof that the IRS has no record of a filed Form 1040, 1040A or 1040EZ for the year you requested.

2017-2018 Student Non-Tax Filer Statement

2017-2018 Parent Non-Tax Filer Statement

Additional Forms 

Acceptable Documentation of High School Completion Status 

Institutional Application for Unemployment Tuition WaiverPlease print and submit along with the One Stop Career Center Unemployment Tuition Waiver by deadline.

Consortium Agreement 
This is binding agreement between eligible schools which enables you to receive various types of aid from William Paterson University while being enrolled as a visiting student at another school. WPU is considered your home school and the visiting school is referred to as the host school. It is possible to receive financial aid as long as certain requirements are met. You cannot receive financial aid at both institutions for the same courses. 

FERPA 
Family Education Right to Privacy Act (FERPA) allows students to authorize the release of their academic, financial aid, student account and/or disciplinary records to a third party (i.e. parents, grandparents, etc.) by completing the FERPA form on-line.  You may adjust access to the respective records at any time by logging into WP Connect. These permissions will remain active until your anticipated date of graduation.

All documents may be submitted by the following methods:

Mail:     Office of Financial Aid
                300 Pompton Road
                Wayne, New Jersey 07470  

Fax:       973-720-3133 

Email:   finaid@wpunj.edu