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2013-2014 William D. Ford Federal Direct Loan Processing Request Form – You must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or Renewal FAFSA which can be done at www.fafsa.ed.gov. Our school code is 002130.
2013-2014 Graduate Federal Direct PLUS Request Form – The Graduate Federal Direct PLUS is a federal credit-based loan.
Cost of Attendance Increase Form 2013-2014 - To request an increase in your educational budget for related expenses incurred during the 2013-2014 academic year you need to complete and submit this form. This document includes the COA Incease Form, the Child/Adult Dependent Expense Appeal Form and the BUSM 3rd and 4th Year Rotation Expense Appeal Form.
Loan Entrance Counseling Session Form – If you received Boston University institutional loan funding for the first time you will need to complete and submit this document to Student Financial Services and attend an Entrance Counseling Session.
Loan Exit Counseling Session Form - If you received Boston University institutional loan funding and are graduating you will need to complete and submit this document to Student Financial Services.
Internal Revenue Service Publication 970: Tax Benefits for Education – An 88 page document that contains information for use in preparing 2012 tax returns.
Internal Revenue Service – Transcript Form 4506-T – Completing and submitting this form authorizes Boston University to request an individual tax return transcript from the Internal Revenue Service.
Internal Revenue Service – Transcript Form 4506T-EZ – Completing and submitting this form authorizes Boston University to request a short form request for an individual tax return transcript from the Internal Revenue Service.
Truth in Lending Self-Certification Form – This document must be signed by applicants and obtained by lenders before any private education loans are disbursed.
Credit Advance – A Credit Advance is a short-term interest-free advance against your anticipated loan disbursements.
Budget Worksheet – This document will help you log your total educational costs and resources.
Loan Borrowing Record – This document was created to help you keep track of your educational loan borrowing.
Action Memo – If you require research on your student account or need an adjustment made to reduce the amount of institutional, direct loan or credit-based loan funds you are receiving, you may begin the process by submitting an Action Memo to our office.
Student Comment Register – This document was created to solicit your feedback on our services, as well as suggestions on how we might better meet your needs.
Federal Financial Aid Credit Authorization – Completing and submitting this form authorizes Boston University to hold excess funds.
Certification of Primary Care Training or Practice Electronic Filing or PDF – As a medical school graduate of Boston University Medical Campus (BUMC) and a recipient of funds from the BUMC Primary Care Pool, you agreed to certify annually that you are either training in or practicing primary health care according to the terms of your scholarship or loan agreement.
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Fill out the form on-line or download it and send it in to us at Boston University Medical Campus, Student Financial Services, 72 East Concord Street, Room A303, Boston, MA 02118-2394, or fax it to (617) 638-5116.
Federal Family Education Loan Program (FFELP) Deferment Forms - We suggest you contact your lender before completing any forms to determine if they have specific instructions for deferment eligibility.