Applying for Aid

Restrictive Early Action—U.S. Citizen/Eligible Noncitizens

Application Requirements 2023–2024


FAFSA and CSS Profile/IDOC Available

October 1

Priority Filing Date

November 15

Award Notification December 15
  • CSS Profile
    • Apply online using school code 4704.
    • If your parents are divorced, separated, or were never married, each parent will need to provide CSS Profile information separately, using individual login credentials. We recommend that the student and the custodial parent complete the CSS Profile first.
    • If you do not have contact with your noncustodial parent, you may complete a Noncustodial Parent Waiver Request form. Submit your signed form and supporting documentation to the Institutional Documentation Service (IDOC).
  • FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid)
    • Apply online using school code 001305
    • If your parents are divorced or separated, the parent with whom you lived for the majority of the past twelve months completes the FAFSA with you.
  • IDOC (Institutional Documentation Service)
    • Once you have submitted your CSS Profile, you will receive an email message from CSS with instructions for completing the IDOC process.
    • Submit your 2021 parent federal tax return with all schedules, attachments, W-2 forms, and other earning statements. Include personal and corporate partnership tax returns.
    • If your parents are divorced, separated, or were never married, both parents will need to submit tax documents separately. 


 All items are required for institutional scholarship consideration. The FAFSA is required for all federal aid programs and some state grant programs. Tax documents are required for consideration for institutional, federal and state aid.

Updated on September 28, 2022 12:13 PM