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Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)
Mount Ida College complies with the provisions of federal regulations governing the privacy and disclosure of student information. These regulations are known as the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 as Amended (FERPA). The purpose of FERPA is to afford certain rights to students concerning their education records.
The primary rights afforded to students by FERPA are the right to inspect and review the education records, the right to seek to have the records amended, and the right to have some control over the disclosure of information from the records. FERPA applies to all enrolled students and former students.
Students can submit a completed FERPA Form to the Financial Aid Office, found below, to give permission, or rescind permission, to speak with any individual(s) on their behalf regarding educational matters.
2013-2014 FAFSA on the Web Worksheet
2013-2014 Instructions for Completing the FAFSA
2013-2014 Certification and Signature Page FAFSA
2013-2014 Student Aid Eligibility Drug Worksheet
2013-2014 Verification Worksheet - Dependent
2013-2014 Verification Worksheet - Independent
2013-2014 Income and Expenses - Dependent
2013-2014 Income and Expenses - Independent
2013-2014 Clarification of Untaxed Income
2013-2014 Asset Form - Dependent Student
2013-2014 Asset Form - Independent Student
2013-2014 Clarification of Rental Property Value
2013-2014 High School Completion Status Form
2013-2014 Appeal Form and Guidelines
2012-2013 FAFSA on the Web Worksheet
2012-2013 Instructions for Completing the FAFSA
2012-2013 Certification Signature Page
2012-2013 Student Aid Eligibility Drug Worksheet
2012-2013 Verification Worksheet - Dependent
2012-2013 Verification Worksheet - Independent
2012-2013 Income and Expense Worksheet - Dependent
2012-2013 Untaxed Income Clarification
2012-2013 Asset Form - Dependent
2012-2013 Asset Form - Independent
2012-2013 Business Explanation Form
2012-2013 Clarification of Property Value
2012-2013 Appeal Form
- Answer all questions. Read each form carefully and completely so you don't miss anything.
- Make sure you include the required completed documentation with signatures.
- Sign all forms and documents.
- Return all needed documents as quickly as possible.
- Incomplete, inaccurate, or illegible responses from you will cause a delay in when or if you receive any funds.
- Keep a copy for your records of everything you submit.
- Documentation can be faxed (617-332-7869), mailed, or scanned and emailed to the Financial Aid Office.