kalvano wrote:Why in the hell would they need a copy of your birth certificate?
I think there was an issue about my citizenship maybe. Not real sure. They say jump, I just ask how high.
texasforever wrote:chrisokc wrote:Anyone receive this in their SMU inbox?
SMU received your request for financial aid. However, to be eligible for federal, state and/or
SMU need-based financial aid additional information or documentation is required.
You must complete the appropriate documents or the request for information listed below
within three weeks from the date of this notice. If SMU does not receive the requested items,
federal, state, and SMU need-based aid cannot be awarded and/or disbursed to assist with
payment of your student account.
Required forms are located at --LinkRemoved--
For questions about this request, please contact:
Southern Methodist University
Division of Enrollment Services
PO Box 750181
Dallas, TX 75275-0181
Maybe they're already testing our abilities by sending us countless cryptic e-mails from the financial aid office?
I got this as well. I went on access and realized I had signed my MPN for the Direct Plus loan but not for the stafford loans. When you click on Student Center just look on the right side for the to-do list and see if that's what you need to do. I wish they would confirm my grad plus loan already, it's only two weeks from disbursement time.
Does anyone know if we have to send in a separate form requesting a grad plus loan? I'm thinking if this is the case, that is why smu hasn't confirmed the big money yet. Kalvano, did you fill out a form on top of doing everything through studentloans.gov?
bleu wrote:oh cool i live in fort worth
betasteve wrote:wellington wrote:bcb1986 wrote:Bellin for Crim Law is supposed to be the best.
It's confirmed he uses Reno 911 clips as examples for class.
Reno 911, Simpson's, and others... Was a great class.
UTL_plz wrote:Does the write-on for law review start the same day finals end in the spring?
UTL_plz wrote:How long does the process take?
UTL_plz wrote:And it is mandatory for making law review, no?
UTL_plz wrote:for betasteve/nontrad/any current smu student:
Does the write-on for law review start the same day finals end in the spring? How long does the process take? And it is mandatory for making law review, no? I have potential wedding conflicts after the first year ends, and i need to try and give as much notice as possible of any conflicts i might have.
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