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Households can experience a change in finances that do not reflect the financial information
used to complete the FAFSA. When this occurs, it is possible for the financial aid
office to re-evaluate a student's eligibility based on current circumstances.
You will need to follow-up with a financial aid advisor at PPSC to discuss your special circumstance.
When you filed your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), you reported that you are in legal guardianship. Before we can determine your eligibility for financial aid, you must document your legal guardianship status. This can be done by:
A legal guardianship is a formal decision by a judge that suspends parents’ custody of their child and gives custody to a non-parent. Persons that courts appoint as guardians vary by state.
The court must be located in your state of legal residence at the time the court’s decision was issued and you must be in legal guardianship immediately before you reach the age of being an adult in your state.
Documentation of your legal guardianship status must be provided before we can continue processing your application for financial assistance.