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Revision Forms

Revisions can be made to your financial aid or cost of attendance for: change of grade level, accepting previously declined loans, decreasing previously accepted loans, involuntary loss of income by parent or student, out of the ordinary expenses such as medical and childcare costs, the cost of a computer, and tuition in excess of your financial aid budget.

Revision Request Form | Use this form to make changes to your financial aid such as enrollment changes for future terms and increasing and decreasing your Stafford Loans. In order to complete a revision request when it is posted to your financial aid outstanding requirements, visit your PSU Student Account.

Parent Re-evaluation Request  | 2014/2015  Use this form to request a re-evaluation of your financial aid based on changes in your parents' financial status. Applicable circumstances include the following: divorce, separation, or death of a parent whose income is listed on your FAFSA; loss of income due to disabling illness or injury; involuntary loss of employment; involuntary reduction or elimination of monetary benefits from an outside agency/person (such as Social Security benefits or child support).

Student Re-evaluation Request | 2014/2015  Use this form to request a re-evaluation of your financial aid based on changes in your and/or your spouse's financial status. Applicable circumstances include the following: divorce, separation, or death of a spouse whose income is listed on your FAFSA; loss of income due to disabling illness or injury; involuntary loss of employment; involuntary reduction or elimination of monetary benefits from an outside agency/person (such as Social Security benefits or child support).

Request for Budget Increase2014/2015 You may have your estimated cost of attendance increased for costs resulting from special circumstances that were not included in the original financial aid calculation. Examples of these costs are significant out-of-pocket medical expenses not covered by insurance, child care costs, or the cost of purchasing a computer. An increase in your cost of attendance does not automatically equal an increase in your financial aid unless you have remaining eligiblity. Lastly, if you wish to increase a PLUS or alternative loan, you may have to apply for another loan. Consult with the Office of Student Financial Aid regarding specific rules for your situation.