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What is federal verification?
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Federal verification is a process to confirm information you provided on the FAFSA, along with information about your household and income or expenses. Students are randomly selected for federal verification at the time that they complete the FAFSA.

 

Late submission of your federal verification materials can result in a delay of your financial aid review and impact your registration.

 

The below video reviews the federal verification process.

 

For professional schools, use the links below:

 

Johnson School of Management Financial Aid

 

Law School Financial Aid

 

College of Veterinary Medicine Financial Aid

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