Florida Memorial University (FMU) requires all students applying for financial aid to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Below are the steps you must follow to complete the FAFSA and apply for financial aid at FMU:
Your parent (if dependent) and you must first obtain an FSA User ID. The FSA User ID will be used to sign your FAFSA, review your loan activity on the National Student Loan Data Base System and other financial aid systems. You may create or look up your FSA User ID online at: https://fsaid.ed.gov. Please write and keep a copy of this ID and password for your records.
Gather all documents you will need to complete the FAFSA.
If you are a dependent student, you also will need each of the below for your parent(s) as well. You will need records of income earned in the year prior to when you will start school. You will need records of your parent(s) income information if you are a dependent student. If you are married, you will need to supply spousal information. Having the accurate information available below will prevent unnecessary delays:
In addition, you will need FMUâs school code: 001486
NOTE: You are encouraged to use the IRS Data Retrieval Tool within the FAFSA application to import your Federal Tax Information onto your FAFSA. This will ensure accuracy and expedite the processing of your aid application.
Each year, the U.S. Department of Education selects an estimated 30% of all financial aid applicants for a review of their financial aid information. This review is known as verification and will require certain information to be submitted before financial aid eligibility to be determined. While this is a random selection, making changes and/or reporting inaccurate information can also trigger a verification selection.
Florida Memorial University has partnered with KHEAA to provide an online verification process called KHEAA Verify. All documents required for verification must be submitted via our portal: www.kheaaverify.com/fmu. For a visual of the verification process, click here: KHEAA Verify document.
The verification process is not optional and must be completed before any financial aid awards are offered. The failure to submit verification documentation may delay disbursements.