2022/2023 Documents and Forms
- 22/23 Financial Aid Offer Notification
- 22/23 Asset Information Form
- 22/23 Bachelor’s Degree Verification Form
- 22/23 Dependent Household Size Form
- 22/23 Independent Household Size Form
- 22/23 Parent Nontax Filer Form
- 22/23 Parent Tax Filer
- 22/23 Pension and Annuity Form
- 22/23 Student Nontax Filer Form
- 22/23 Student Tax Filer
- 22/23 Unusual Enrollment Form
Maintaining Your Financial Aid
It is important to remember that maintaining your financial aid is an ongoing process. Not only must you reapply for financial aid every year, but the Financial Aid office must continually monitor your eligibility for aid.
Students must adhere to the Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) policy in order to maintain Financial Aid eligibility. If you do not meet these requirements, you can lose your financial aid eligibility. However, we’re aware that personal challenges can affect whether you maintain your good standing. If you lose your eligibility for financial aid due to mitigating circumstances, you can submit an appeal explaining these issues to the Financial Aid office.
The Financial Aid office is required to review your entire academic record (regardless of the age of the record or whether or not aid was received) to determine if you are in compliance. If you are not in compliance, you will be notified in writing of your denial/suspension and the appropriate appeal procedure.
For more information, please click on the links below:
Note: Excerpt from Piedmont Community College Financial Aid Policy and Procedures ManualSatisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) Counseling
Satisfactory Academic Progress Appeal Request-Spring 2023