In order to maintain institutional eligibility for federal student aid programs, the Stanford Financial Aid Office must complete an analysis of data reported on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by a representative sample of our students. Students (and their parents, if applicable) in the sample group must verify income and household composition originally reported on the FAFSA. The results of this review process may influence our procedures and policies for future academic years.
We have randomly selected 350 students with federal financial aid eligibility to participate in this program. Participation is mandatory for these 350 students. Please be aware that if you do not complete the requirements in a timely manner, you will lose eligibility for future financial aid disbursements, and a hold will be placed on your Stanford registration.
Your remaining requirements for the Quality Assurance process will appear as To-Do items on the Student Center tab in AXESS.
Please write your Stanford ID number at the top of the worksheet.
All required documents must be submitted to the Financial Aid Office by September 30, 2010. If you need to request an extension, please send an email to FinancialAidQA@stanford.edu.
Please complete, sign and submit a fresh worksheet. We need to receive and review the most recent available data for this process.
You can send an email to FinancialAidQA@stanford.edu or call Jeff Shelby, Quality Assurance Coordinator, at (650) 725-0251.
Last update: August 30, 2010 12:27 PM