Special Circumstances for FAFSA Applicants
Don't fall through cracks — CMC's financial aid officers may be able to help with your difficult real-life situations
Sometimes the application process does not reflect a family's real situation – due to special circumstances such as:
In such a case, CMC's Financial Aid Director may use his/her "professional judgment" so that your aid package will reflect the family's real situation. Please provide a completed 2013-2014 Special Circumstances Form and all required documentation. (2012-2013 Dependent Form, 2012-2013 Independent Form).
If the situation involves unemployment or dislocated worker status of a parent of a dependent student or an independent student (or spouse) for the 2012-2013 school year, please complete the Dislocated Worker for Dependent Student form or Dislocated Worker for Independent Student form and provide requested documentation.
Contact your financial aid specialist if you have any questions.