Scholarship-granting organizations or tribal organizations
Based on the Fiscal Year 2018 spending bill passed on March 23, 2018, the University of Missouri-St. Louis Student Financial Services Office may provide, with explicit written consent from the student, FAFSA information to scholarship-granting organizations or tribal organizations. Students that need FAFSA information sent to one of the above noted organizations will need to complete a Permission to Release Information form.
Non-scholarship granting organizations or tribal organizations
Students who need financial aid information for non-scholarship granting organizations or tribal organizations may provide requested data directly to third parties using the following methods:
- Expected Family Contribution (EFC) can be found on the Student Aid Report (SAR)
- Financial Aid Awards can be printed from the student’s award screen in MyView
- Federal loan borrowing history and status can be printed by signing into nslds.ed.gov
- Cost of attendance: Estimated cost of attendance information
What is not allowed
Eligibility determinations for state benefits programs, even with the student’s written consent. This includes Vocational Rehabilitation, food stamps, and income verification for rent, low-income housing, and other social services requests.