Applying for Aid: Transfer Students

The FAFSA, CSS Profile for both custodial and noncustodial parents, and tax documents need to be submitted by the following due dates. You must be a degree-seeking student to apply for financial aid. 

Application Option 

Due Date

Tax Documents

Fall 2020 Transfers
April 15, 2020
2018 Taxes
Spring 2021 Transfers
November 1, 2020
2018 Taxes 
Fall 2021 Transfers 
April 15, 2021
2019 Taxes 
Spring 2022 Transfers
November 1, 2021
2019 Taxes 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Financial Aid Checklist 

1. Complete your CSS Profile (Custodial and Noncustodial Parents).

cssprofile.org School Code: 5815

2. Complete your FAFSA.

fafsa.gov
School Code: 001536

3. Submit a signed copy of your employer W2s and federal tax returns (student, parent and noncustodial parents) to College Board's IDOC service.

If you parents are divorced or separated, both parents need to submit financial information. We will calculate a separate contribution for each parent and add them together to determine an Expected Family Contribution. 

4. Submit a copy of your Corporate tax returns to College Board's IDOC service

This is required if you or your parents if you filed an IRS 1065, 1120, or 1120S Corporate tax return. Please also submit all schedule K-1 documents and all statements.

After you complete the CSS Profile, you will receive an email from the College Board IDOC service with instructions on submitting the documents. All documents must be submitted directly to the College Board IDOC service. 

If you do not intend to apply for financial aid and wish to withdraw your financial aid application, please complete the Financial Aid Status Update form at miami.edu/faupdate.