The Financial Aid Office of Miller-Motte administers federal* and (where available) state financial aid, and assists students receiving benefits such as those offered through WIA and Vocational Rehabilitation. The office assists those students with calculated financial need, as determined by the U.S. Department of Education. The operation of the office is based upon the Department of Education's concept of "needs analysis," which expects a student and his/her family to meet educational expenses as completely as possible. All students applying for financial aid are asked (and may be required) to submit copies of appropriate federal income tax returns to comply with federal verification requirements. Students classified by the Department of Education as "dependent" upon their parents must also submit copies of their parents' federal income tax returns.
To apply for financial aid, a student must complete the Application for Financial Aid and an Application for Federal Student Aid and submit these forms (along with appropriate federal income tax returns) to the Director of Financial Aid.
An appointment is arranged at which time the student is informed of the types and amounts of financial aid for which he/she qualifies.
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