Finanicial Aid Information
Students who are orphaned, ward of the court, or in foster care since age 13 (with proven court documentation) can be considered an independent student for financial aid purposes.
Students who are considered homeless (with proven documentation such as confirmation from a homeless shelter, confirmation by high school-official form from the high school counselor or representative, motel receipts, letters of support from friends/family, letters from hospitals, doctors offices, therapists, police reports, court documents, etc.) can be considered an independent student for financial aid purposes.
Students who are in a legal guardianship situation (with proven court documentation) with people other than parents can be considered an independent student for financial aid purposes.
Fill out a current year FAFSA at www.fafsa.ed.gov and check the box that states you do not want to provide parent info. The FAFSA will come back to GHC as rejected and then you will need to submit your documentation to prove independent status.
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