Financial aid for Smith College students is need-based and is based on the premise that students pay for the cost of education to the extent that they are able, as calculated by a federal formula and institutional policy, and that financial aid serves to supplement this effort.
Keep track of the status of your aid application using Banner Web.
Most recent Parent and Student federal tax returns including all schedules and W-2s.
(Please see Instructions and Deadlines for details.)
Aid Application for Traditional U.S. Students
Scholarship PROFILE Form
FAFSA (Free Application for Federal
You should complete and submit the FAFSA online as soon as possible after January 1. The Title IV code for Smith College is 002209. We strongly encourage applicants to opt into the IRS Data Retrieval process when completing the FAFSA. If filing the FAFSA before federal income tax returns are complete, you will need to update the FAFSA using the corrections process after your tax returns are filed.
(May be required, upon request only. Form will be provided.)
Parent Profile (required
if parents are divorced/separated.)
Non-filer Form including supporting 1099s and W-2s (required if
your parents do not file a tax return.)
Non-filer Form including supporting 1099s and W-2s (required if you do not file a tax return.)
Trust Information Request (This form is required if you have a Trust. Please also provide copies of the Terms of the Trust and/or the Trust's latest 1041.)