FAFSA Verification

Students who submit a FAFSA may be selected for a process called Federal Verification. The Federal Central Processing Service (CPS) selects FAFSA applications either by a random sort or because of conflicting information. To complete this process we review data reported on your FAFSA and confirm its accuracy. Students and parents must complete a federal verification worksheet and during our review we may request additional documentation, as required by law. Students who will need to provide additional documents will receive a missing information request via mail or email from the Financial Aid Office letting you know what documents are needed. It’s important that you address the request because a financial aid award offer will not be made until all required material is received. If you have been awarded prior to completing the verification process and there are any changes to the financial aid package as a result of verification, the student will be sent a revised financial aid award letter.

The Missing Documents Instruction Sheet will guide you to find and submit documentation to the Office of Financial Aid.

IRS Data Retrieval Process

Students and parents are urged to utilize the IRS Data Retrieval Tool (DRT) to instantly transfer your tax information directly into your FAFSA. The IRS Data Retrieval Tool is fast, accurate, secure, and streamlines the FAFSA filing and Verification process. If you have already filed your FAFSA for the 2023-2024 year, please update it by logging back into your FAFSA and use the Data Retrieval Tool to import your 2021 tax information. Students and Parents may use the DRT in lieu of submitting 2021 federal tax transcripts (if requested by the Financial Aid Office).

Students and parents who do not or cannot use the IRS data retrieval process when filing a FAFSA may be required to provide a 2021 IRS tax transcript if selected for verification. A tax transcript can be obtained through the IRS website at:

  • Order it online from the IRS website
  • Or by downloading IRS Form 4506-T and mail the form to the IRS
  • Or by calling the IRS at 1.800.908.9946

Tax transcripts should not be sent to Regis. 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.


Please only submit requested forms. If we need additional forms, you will receive an email or a letter sent to your home address, indicating which forms we need from you.

2023-2024 Forms

2022-2023 Forms

Submit your forms by faxing them to us at 781.768.7225. We accept faxes 24 hours a day. Students can also bring their forms in person to the Center for Student Services, College Hall Room 221 at Regis College. These are the most secure methods of submitting your completed forms. We do not recommend forms be sent to us via an email attachment as email is not a private or confidential method of communication. You may also mail your forms to:

Regis College
Center for Student Services
Office of Financial Aid
235 Wellesley Street
Weston, MA 02493

Useful Links and Resources

Some sites can help you search for privately funded scholarships, calculate loan repayments, apply for financial aid, compare award letter offers, and so much more. We hope you find the following websites useful.

Applying for financial aid

Completing Loan Paperwork

Informational Links

Private Scholarships

We encourage students to pursue scholarship opportunities in their local communities, as well as on a national level. We recommend these Scholarship Search services:

Financial Literacy


More Information

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The Office of Financial Aid
College Hall 221

Regis College
Center for Student Services
Office of Financial Aid
235 Wellesley Street
Weston, MA 02493