Have you or your family experienced a loss of income lasting more than two months? If your answer is yes, we offer an appeal process to determine if you are eligible for other financial aid programs. 

Experiencing a decrease in income may be a new situation for you. We have reviewed many appeals within our VCU family of students with similar situations. We are here to guide you through the process.

Let’s get started.

Step 1:

Submit the form that corresponds with the status of your residency and dependency:

U.S. citizen or eligible non-citizen (Dependent): 2021-2022 Request for Re-Evaluation Dependent 

U.S. citizen or eligible non-citizen (Independent): 2021-2022 Request for Re-Evaluation Independent 

If you need assistance, please contact us at (804) 828-1550 or log in to Navigate to contact your financial counselor.

Step 2:

We understand a loss of income may be causing you anxiety. We will carefully review your circumstances within 10 business days. When the appeal has been reviewed, we will send a communication to the student’s eServices account describing the results.  

Not all approved appeals may result in additional consideration for financial aid programs. 

Experiencing your situation may be new for you. We have reviewed many appeals within our VCU family of students with similar situations. We are here to guide you through the process.

Let’s get started.

Step 1:

Submit the form that corresponds with your dependence status:

Dependent: 2021-2022 Re-Evaluation of Household Dependent Form

Independent: 2021-2022 Re-Evaluation of Household Form for Independent Students 

If you need assistance, please contact us at (804) 828-1550 or log in to Navigate to contact your financial counselor.

Step 2:

We understand that your circumstances may be causing you anxiety. We will carefully review your circumstances within 10 business days. When the appeal has been reviewed, we will send a communication to the student’s eServices account describing the results.  

Not all approved appeals may result in additional consideration for financial aid programs.

Experiencing your situation may be new for you. We have reviewed many appeals within our VCU family of students with similar situations. We are here to guide you through the process.

Let’s get started.

Step 1:

Submit the form that corresponds with your dependency status:

Depedent: 2021-2022 Re-Evaluation of Household Form for Dependent Students

Independent: 2021-2022 Re-Evaluation of Household Form for Independent Students

If you need assistance, please contact us at (804) 828-1550 or log in to Navigate to contact your financial counselor.

Step 2:

We understand a loss of income may be causing you anxiety. We will carefully review your circumstances within 10 business days. When the appeal has been reviewed, we will send a communication to the student’s eServices account describing the results.  

Not all approved appeals may result in additional consideration for financial aid programs.

Experiencing your situation may be new for you. We have reviewed many appeals within our VCU family of students with similar situations. We are here to guide you through the process.

Let’s get started.

Step 1:

Submit the 2021-2022 Unusual Expense Form.  

If you need assistance, please contact us at (804) 828-1550 or log in to Navigate to contact your financial counselor.

Step 2:

We understand that your circumstances may be causing you anxiety. We will carefully review your circumstances within 10 business days. When the appeal has been reviewed, we will send a communication to the student’s eServices account describing the results.  

Not all approved appeals may result in additional consideration for financial aid programs.

Experiencing your situation may be new for you. We have reviewed many appeals within our VCU family of students with similar situations. We are here to guide you through the process.

Let’s get started.

Step 1:

Submit the 2021-2022 Unusual Expense Form. 

If you need assistance, please contact us at (804) 828-1550 or log in to Navigate to contact your financial counselor.

Step 2:

We understand that your circumstances may be causing you anxiety. We will carefully review your circumstances within 10 business days. When the appeal has been reviewed, we will send a communication to the student’s eServices account describing the results.  

Not all approved appeals may result in additional consideration for financial aid programs.