Documents required by FINE Mortuary College to be submitted to the Financial Aid Director during your FA appointment:
Signed copy of Parent's most recent Federal Income Tax Return, including all schedules, W-2 forms
Signed copy of Student's most recent Federal Income Tax Return, if filed, including all schedules.
Most recent Federal Verification Worksheet (Dependent Students)
Most recent Federal Verification Worksheet (IndependentStudents)
Most recent First Year Authorizations Form
Most recent Business/Farm Supplement and corresponding 20089 Corporate or Partnership federal tax returns complete with schedules.
Estate and Trust Information (If you, your parents, or siblings are beneficiaries of an estate or trust, submit a copy of the appropriate Schedule K-1 of Form 1041 or Form 4970.)
Additional information that may be submitted.
Letter of Special Circumstances-- If the information you are required to submit does not accurately reflect your family's financial situation, or if you believe a particular circumstance should receive special attention, we suggest you write a separate letter and enclose it with the documents that you submit on the day of your appointment.
Note: It is necessary to submit only one complete packet (one set of required documents). If you have more than one institution listed on your cover letter, each school listed will receive images of your information. If your parents are divorced or separated, please provide your noncustodial parent with a copy of your cover sheet to submit his/her tax documents FA Director
Please do NOT send any tax documents directly to the Financial Aid Office, unless asked specifically by FINE's financial aid director.
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FINE Mortuary College's Mission TO PROMOTE EXCELLENCE First and foremost, it is the mission of
FINE Mortuary College
, LLC: A Private Two Year College (FINE) to improve the stature of the
funeral profession. In order to accomplish this mission, FINE endeavors
to provide both a rigorous academic education and a strong program in
practical training. Graduates should then possess both a sound
knowledge base and the technical skills necessary for success in the
profession. Perhaps as important in attaining its mission, FINE intends
that its graduates will have developed high ethical standards, a
sensitivity and compassion towards those experiencing grief, the
demonstrated ability to communicate, and the attribute of leadership,
serving as role models within their communities. Finally, it is an
integral part of FINE’s mission to provide an educational experience
that is considerate of its students’ ongoing jobs and personal
obligations while promoting pride in the funeral profession itself.