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Regis College utilizes the College Board’s Institutional Documentation Service (IDOC) to collect tax information from you and your family. The College Board will scan and forward your documents to Regis via a secured Website. Instructions will be sent to your e-mail; please read carefully in order to avoid delays.
Returning undergraduate students applying for need-based financial assistance must complete the following:
- Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) www.fafsa.ed.gov
- Title IV School Code: 002206
- Submit signed Parent and Student federal tax return and W2 forms to the College Board with the (IDOC) cover letter.
IRS Data Retrieval
If you are planning to apply for Federal and State financial aid for the 2013-2014 year, a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is required. You are strongly encouraged to use the FAFSA IRS data retrieval process, a faster way to provide tax information. Applicants should complete their FAFSA two weeks after filing federal tax returns (both parent and student), however no later than April 30, 2013. If you have already filed your FAFSA, please update your Student Aid Report (SAR) once you and your parent’s tax returns have been filed.
Students and parents who do not or cannot use the IRS data retrieval process when filing a FAFSA, will be required to provide a 2012 IRS tax transcript. A tax transcript can be obtained through the IRS web site at:
- Download Form 4506-T and return form to the IRS
- Or by calling 1-800-908-9946.
Tax transcripts should not be sent to Regis College. Please have this form sent to you directly and then forward to Regis with the student name and ID number written across the top of the page.
Regis College financial aid decisions are made on an academic-year basis. Renewal of financial aid awards are contingent upon maintaining satisfactory academic progress, timely reapplication for financial aid each year, continued demonstration of financial need as determined in prior years, and continued availability of funding from all sources. In addition, any outstanding student account balance must be satisfied before a financial aid decision is made.
The priority filing date for returning undergraduate students is April 15. To receive full consideration for all types of financial aid, the Office of Financial Aid must receive all required documents by April 15.
Steps to File
- Obtain a Federal Student Aid (PIN) at www.pin.ed.gov. Your PIN will serve as your electronic signature for your FAFSA on the Web.
- If you are a dependent student, one of your parents will also need to obtain a PIN to submit the FAFSA online. You can use your PIN to electronically sign your FAFSA on the Web and to make corrections to your application information.
- Submit the FAFSA electronically by accessing the FAFSA Website at www.fafsa.ed.gov.
- Access your applicant data online and print your Student Aid Report (SAR).
Federal regulations and Regis College policy require that students meet the following minimum cumulative GPA requirements and complete at least two-thirds of all credits attempted with no incomplete (I) grades. Financial aid cannot be renewed for students who do not meet the minimum standards.
First Semester First Year: 1.75
Federal and State Aid
- First Year: 1.75
- All subsequent years: 2.00
Regis College School Code
Regis College Bursar's Office
The Office of Financial Aid
located at College Hall Room 221
Center for Student Services
Office of Financial Aid
235 Wellesley Street
Weston, MA 02493