Forms and Publications
Note: If your application has been selected for verification of information, you must access the required forms through your myLane account under the myFinances tab.
Students that are required to file an appeal or wish to request changes to their financial aid may select the appropriate forms from the links below.
If you have received notification that an appeal is required, use the appropriate fillable form below. To determine if you are required to submit an appeal, check your myLane account under the myFinances tab; student requirements; and then the HOLD tab. Complete all forms in full, attach required documentation and sign. Incomplete, unsigned, or non-required forms will not be processed and will delay the processing of your aid.
Maximum Timeframe Appeal – Complete the Maximum Timeframe portion of this form if you have been notified you may exceed the maximum credit limit.
Developmental Credit Limit – Complete this form if you have a Developmental Credit Limit hold on your Financial Aid account.
Satisfactory Academic Progress Appeal - If your financial aid status is "suspended", complete the Satisfactory Academic Progress portion of this form to explain circumstances that prevented you from meeting Satisfactory Academic Progress Standards.
The following forms are used to request changes or updates to your financial aid. Please read form descriptions to determine if you are using the correct form and if they apply to your circumstances. Be sure to read all form instructions and select the correct academic year form before submitting. If you are unsure you are submitting the appropriate form, please contact Financial Aid for assistance.
|2018/2019 Child Care/Dependent Care Budget Request - This form is required if you are requesting that your cost of attendance be increased due to child (under age 13) or dependent care expenses.|
|Financial Aid Consortium Agreement - This form is used for students who are concurrently enrolled at Lane CC and another college/university and would like credits combined for financial aid eligibility.|
|Foster Youth Volunteer hours log - Oregon Foster Youth certified by DHS may use this form to report their volunteer hours.|
|Pell Adjustment Request - Use this form to request a Pell Grant adjustment if an institutional error prevented enrollment in the correct number of credits at the time a Pell Grant was calculated for the term.|
|Preparatory Loan Funding Request - Students completing prerequisites to apply for admission to limited enrollment programs may use this form to be considered for preparatory loan funding. An information sheet is attached to the request to help you determine if this is the right option for you.|
|Refusal to Provide Information and Support - Parent(s) may complete this form if they are refusing to provide required FAFSA information.|
Request For Change – Use this form for miscellaneous requests to Financial Aid, such as enrollment changes, cost of attendance changes, or accepting previously declined loans.
Request To Apply For Financial Aid Without Parent Information – Dependent students may use this form if requesting to be considered an Independent student. See Dependent vs. Independent to determine if you may be eligible.
|Request to Increase Budget for Computer - Complete this form if you would like to increase your student budget for the purchase of a computer.|
|2018-2019 Special Circumstances Request, Student Income - Use this form if there has been a significant change in financial information since you filed the FAFSA.|
|2018-2019 Special Circumstances Request, Parent(s) Income - Use this form if there has been a significant change in parent(s) financial information since you filed the FAFSA.|
|2018-2019 Unsubsidized Stafford Loan Request - Complete this form to request an offer of the Federal Direct Unsubsidized Stafford Loan. Submit ONLY if you have already been awarded for 2018-2019.|
The following annual publications contain important information and instructions for the 2018-2019 academic year (summer 2018 through spring 2019).
|Satisfactory Academic Progress Standards - Follow this link to download the SAP Standards for financial aid students.|
|18/19 Federal Work Study Guide - If you have been offered FWS, access this guide for instructions on how to accept and apply for a FWS job at Lane. Begin applying for FWS jobs June 1, 2018.|
Federal Work Study Employee Evaluation - FWS students may use this form to initiate an employee performance evaluation and possible wage increase.
|18/19 Financial Aid Award Handbook - This handbook is provided to help you understand the financial aid award process at Lane. It includes items such as disbursment of funds, an explanation of the award letter, the disbursement schedule, and much more.|
|1819 Financial Aid Eligible Programs - This document contains a list of all financial aid eligible programs at Lane for 2018-2019.|
|18/19 Financial Aid Guide - This guide includes important information for all financial aid applicants, such as dates and deadlines, who is eligible for financial aid, step-by-step instructions, and much more.|
|19/20 Financial Aid Guide - This guide includes important information for all financial aid applicants, such as dates and deadlines, who is eligible for financial aid, step-by-step instructions, and much more.|
|Foster Youth Volunteer Opportunities - A list of volunteer opportunities for eligible Oregon Foster Youth certified by DHS.|
|How to Accept Your Loans (including Plus loans) - This brochure explains the steps required for accepting your offered loans at Lane.|
|18/19 Pell Grant Payment Chart - Pell Grant students may use this chart to estimate their Pell Grant award if attending less than full time for the 2018-2019 academic year.|
|Repeat Coursework - This flow chart can be used as a guide to help determine if a repeated course can be funded.|
|Maximum Subsidized Loan Eligibility - There is a limit on the maximum period of time a new student borrower can receive the Direct Subsidized Loan. View this document for details.|
|18/19 Terms and Conditions - Students are responsible for understanding their rights, responsibilities, and the conditions of their financial aid awards. View this document detailing these terms and conditions.|