ACCEPTABLE DOCUMENTATION TO RECEIVE FEDERAL STUDENT AID

 

To receive Federal Student Aid funds, a student must be qualified to study at the postsecondary level. A student qualifies if he/she can provide acceptable documentation such as one of the following:   

  • High School Diploma          
  • Final High School Transcript
  • General Education Development Certificate
  • Certificate recognized by the state as an equivalent to a diploma
  • Academic transcript showing successful completion of at least a 2 year program fully acceptable toward a bachelor’s degree
  • Documentation that the student excelled in high school if the student did not complete high school and enrolls in at least an associate degree program
  • Transcript signed by the parent or guardian documenting the successful completion of secondary education, listing the courses completed by the student
  • State-issue homeschool certification credential

 

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