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Last Updated: 10/28/2013
Verification is the process by which the Financial Aid and Student Accounts (FASA) office compares the information on the financial aid application with source documents provided by the student so as to verify the accuracy of the information on the application. Brigham Young University Hawaii (BYUH) will verify the information on the Student Aid Report (SAR) or ISIR for all students who are randomly selected for verification by the Federal Government. In addition BYUH may select files for verification to resolve conflicting information reported on the FAFSA application.
At BYUH, financial aid will not be awarded to those selected for verification until all documents required for verification are submitted and verification is completed.