All forms with the proper signatures can be scanned and emailed to the Whitworth Financial Aid Office. For security purposes, we recommend that you send documents via our Proofpoint encryption process, which sends the document(s) to a secure portal. To use this method, please read the Proofpoint directions.
If your FAFSA application has been selected by the Federal Student Aid Processor for a review process called verification, please be aware of the following. During the verification process, Whitworth will compare the data on your FAFSA with your 2015 signed IRS tax returns or your federal tax return transcripts and the verification form available below. Verification must be completed within 60 days from the start of the term to maintain eligibility for work-study, and must be completed no later than 120 days after the last date of enrollment or by Sept. 29 following the end of the academic year, whichever is earliest, or you will lose financial aid eligibility. Under the financial aid program rules (34 CFR, Part 668), we must review the requested information.
- Federal Verification Worksheet (Dependent) - 2017-18
- Federal Verification Worksheet (Independent) 2017-18
Special Circumstance Information & Forms
Satisfactory Progress Appeal Information & Forms
- Appeal to Receive Aid Beyond the 150 Percent Time Frame
- Satisfactory Academic Progress Appeal Form
- Satisfactory Academic Progress Requirements
Other Financial Aid Forms
- Family Expense Form
- Financial Aid Instructions for Students Getting Married During the Summer
- Permission to Release Financial Aid Information
- Permission to Release Information for Scholarships
- Petition to Continue to Apply for Financial Aid without Parental Information
- Selective Service Registration & Confirmation
- Student Directive for Disbursement of State Student Aid
- Worksheet for Reporting Scholarships/Grants on Federal Tax Return
Traditional Day Students
- Withdrawal Information for Day Students Who Withdraw Before the End of Semester
- Withdrawal Example for Day Students Who Withdraw Before the End of Semester
Students in Accelerated Evening Format Courses
- Withdrawal Information for Accelerated Evening Format Students
- Withdrawal Example for Accelerated Evening Format Students
TEACH Grant Information & Eligibility Form
The Teacher Education Assistance for College and Higher Education (TEACH) Grant provides up to $4,000 per year for undergraduate and graduate students who intend to teach full time in high-need subject areas for at least four years. Their schools must serve students from low-income families.
If you think you might qualify for a TEACH Grant or if you want to learn more about this grant, please read the TEACH Grant Fact Sheet linked below. If, after reading the fact sheet, you believe that you might be eligible for this grant, please complete the TEACH Grant Eligibility Form linked below.
Note: For Whitworth students to be eligible, they must be in a degree (bachelor's/master's) program. Certificate and endorsement students are ineligible.
TEACH Grant Eligibility Form
(Complete only if you want to have your eligibility for this program reviewed.)
TEACH grant recipients must complete the two online forms mentioned below. (Students who have not yet been awarded the TEACH grant should not complete the following forms.)