Missing Information Notice
About 30 % of all FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) filers are selected by the federal government for a process called verification. Students who are selected for verification must submit to SUNY Delhi copies of the information they used to file the FAFSA. This includes documentation of filing an income tax return, certain other financial documents, and a verification worksheet used to verify household size and number in college.
In addition, some students need to provide other documentation before we can determine their eligibility for financial aid.
IMPORTANT: Copies of federal income tax returns for the parent and student are not acceptable documentation of filing an income tax return. At least two weeks after filing electronically, or six weeks after filing by paper, students selected for verification must do either Option 1 or Option 2:
Option 1. Use the "Link to IRS tool" that is part of filing the FAFSA. Go to www.fafsa.gov Login. Verify that you are in the correct aid year (ex: 2016-2017).
Click on the "Make FAFSA Corrections" link.
If your tax information is not yet available or you are not eligible to use the "Link to IRS" tool you MUST order a free tax transcript from the IRS
Option 2. Order a free Tax Return Transcript from the IRS:
Accessing Your Missing Information Notice Click on Delhi Demos for a "how-to" video
Login to the BroncoWeb
Type in your Delhi ID or Social Security Number and six digit PIN (you received your PIN in your acceptance letter)
Select "Financial Aid"
Select "Eligibility" for an overview of your unsatisfied requirement
Choose the correct aid year and submit
Unsatisfied requirements (missing information) will be listed. If there is a form available for download, there will be a link available to click on.
Clicking on Requirement Messages will give you further details.
FASFA - 002857
TAP - 3020 (1 or 2 yr. programs)
TAP - 6020 (4 yr. programs)
All SUNY Delhi students, regardless of their financial situation, can benefit from the SUNY Smart Track Financial Literacy Website. Click on the Smart Track link and register to learn how to budget your money, understand credit before you use it and start to save money for an emergency fund.