Conditions of Award
Students must read and understand the Conditions of Award each academic year. This guide is designed to help you understand the financial aid process from initial awarding to delivery of financial aid. Please keep this guide to assist you in answering questions that may arise regarding correspondence from the Financial Aid and Veterans Services Office. Printed copies are available from the Financial Aid Office.
• Conditions of Award
Financial Aid Satisfactory Academic Policy
Students receiving financial aid are required to make satisfactory academic progress in an eligible program of study and meet pace of progression requirements. The following information outlines North’s Satisfactory Academic Progress requirements for financial aid recipients and applicants.
• Satisfactory Academic Policy
Financial Aid Application Guide
The Financial Aid Application Checklist provides new and returning students with information on the financial aid application process at North Seattle College. The checklist provides an overview of the application steps to apply for financial aid at North Seattle College, lists annual deadlines, and basic eligibility criteria.
• Financial Aid Application Checklist
North Federal Direct Loan Request Form
• 2019-20 Direct Loan Request Form
• 2019-20 Prerequisite Loan Request Form
• 2019-20 Loan Change Request Form
Summer Quarter Financial Aid
Summer quarter financial aid funds are limited. Generally summer awards include Pell and Direct Loan funds only. Eligible College Bound Scholars may be eligible for limited State Aid. Students must complete the one-page request in addition to having completed their financial aid file by our summer deadline. Applications are available at the beginning of Spring quarter each year.
• Summer Quarter Financial Aid Application
• Summer Quarter Work-study Application
IRS Retrieval Instructions for U.S. Tax Filers
• Instructions for providing IRS Tax Information
Certification of Non-Tax Filing Status
Students selected for verification should complete the Certification of Non-Tax Filer Status Form for themselves, spouse, and/or parent(s), only if the individual did not file a 2015 IRS Tax Return.
• Instructions for Obtaining IRS Non-Filing Status
• 2019-20 Certification of Non Tax Filer Status - Student
• 2019-20 Certification of Non Tax Filer Status - Parent
• 2019-20 Non tax Filer Affidavit
Special Conditions Form/Income Readjustment Form
If you have experienced an unexpected financial hardship or a significant reduction in family income since submitting your financial aid application (FAFSA or WASFA), it might benefit you to submit a Special Conditions/Income Adjustment Form. The financial aid office will use your current year income to reevaluate your eligibility for financial aid. You may submit the request if you and/or your parents experienced one of the following situations: reduction of income due to layoff, termination, or decline in self-employment income; loss of child support or disability benefits; separation divorce, or death of a spouse or parent after submitting the FAFSA/WASFA.
• Request for Income Adjustment
• Appeal For More Quarters
• Appeal for Reinstatement of Aid
Financial Aid Program Verification
Complete this form to verify or declare your program of study with North Seattle College. Students who are new to North Seattle College or are applying for financial aid for the first time should complete this form before their first quarter of enrollment.
• Program Verification Form
Program Change Request Form
Complete this form if you are requesting to change your program of study. The Financial Aid Office will notify you via email or mail indicating whether or not your funding request for a program change has been approved.
• Program Change Request Form
Students pursuing a degree or certificate at North Seattle College may only receive financial aid from North. However, sometimes a student is unable to take certain courses at North and will need to take required courses for their program of study at a different school (the Host school). In these cases, a consortium agreement allows students to get financial aid at North for classes taken at the Host School. If approved, a student could receive financial aid for the total number of credits at both schools. Please note: even with an approved Consortium Agreement, the student is required to pay for classes themselves at the Host School. This form must be submitted no later than 7 days before the quarter begins.
Consortium Agreement Form
Release of Student Information
This form is used to authorize someone else to have access to your student financial aid records.
• Release Form