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Forms and Deadlines

Please note: If you are a U.S. citizen living abroad, your parent or parents must submit both U.S. tax returns and tax returns from your country of residence. If your parent or parents file taxes in only one country, submit that tax return. If your parent or parents earn income, but do not file taxes due to local regulations where you live, submit an income statement from your parent or parents' employer.

Please find the required forms and deadlines for your application type below. Click on the plus sign (+) next to your application type in order to see the forms and deadlines.

September 2017 transfer entrance

Smith College Aid Application for Traditional Students (PDF) Due: February 1, 2017
CSS PROFILE
Smith College Code: 3762
Due: February 1, 2017
FAFSA
Smith College Code: 002209
Due: February 1, 2017
(Residents of MA, CT, NH, ME, RI, VT, PA: You must file FAFSA by state aid deadlines)
2015 signed parent federal tax returns, including all schedules and W-2s (custodial and noncustodial, if appropriate).

If your parents are not required to, and did not file taxes, please complete the Parent Nonfiler Form available on IDOC.
Due: February 1, 2017
2015 signed student federal tax returns, including all schedules

If you are not required to, and did not file taxes, please complete the Student Nonfiler Form available on IDOC.
Due: February 1, 2017
Noncustodial PROFILE, if applicable. Smith College Code: 3762 Due: February 1, 2017
Trust Information Request (PDF), if applicable Due: February 1, 2017
2015 parent business tax returns, if appropriate (custodial and noncustodial) Due: February 1, 2017

January 2017 transfer entrance

Smith College Aid Application for Traditional Students (PDF) Due: November 15, 2016
CSS PROFILE (2016-2017)
Smith College Code: 3762
Due: November 15, 2016
FAFSA (2016-2017)
Smith College Code: 002209
Due: November 15, 2016
(Residents of MA, CT, NH, ME, RI, VT, PA: You must file FAFSA by state aid deadlines)
2015 signed parent federal tax returns, including all schedules and W-2s (custodial and noncustodial, if appropriate).

If your parents are not required to, and did not file taxes, please complete the Parent Nonfiler Form available on IDOC.
Due: November 15, 2016
Noncustodial PROFILE (2016-2017), if applicable
College Code: 3762
Due: November 15, 2016
2015 signed student federal tax returns, including all schedules

If you are not required to, and did not file taxes, please complete the Student Nonfiler Form available on IDOC.
Due: November 15, 2016
Trust Information Request (PDF), if applicable Due: November 15, 2016
2015 parent business tax returns, if appropriate (custodial and noncustodial) Due: November 15, 2016

Students who meet the priority deadline and complete their financial aid application are guaranteed to receive their financial aid notification with their admission packets.

Where to Send Forms

Forms should be sent to College Board's document imaging service Institutional Documentation Service (IDOC). Financial aid documents are to be uploaded electronically to IDOC or mailed directly to IDOC, where they will be scanned and sent electronically to Smith.

College Board will send IDOC instructions via email to applicants who have completed the CSS PROFILE. To ensure deadlines are met, please complete the CSS PROFILE prior to the deadline so that documents can be uploaded to IDOC by our deadline. For more information, please visit the IDOC website.

Important

Apply for financial aid by the deadlines to qualify; do not wait to be admitted to the college before applying for aid.

Transfer students who do not apply for aid prior to admission are not eligible to receive institutional aid until they have completed 32 credits at Smith.