Click on the form that you need. Print the form, then complete, sign and date the form. Make sure the student's name and MATC Student ID number or Social Security Number is on each page of each form. If you are required to also provide support documentation, make sure you submit copies. Return the completed, signed, and dated form, along with the support documentation (if required) to:

Department of Student Financial and Employment Service
Financial Aid Office
700 West State Street, Room S101
Milwaukee, WI 53233-1443

The FAFSA opens October 1, 2021 for the 2022-2023 school year

Filling out the FAFSA is a critical first step in receiving Federal student aid (including grants, loans and work study) for the 2022-2023 school year. Because FAFSA funds are distributed on a first -come, first- serve basis you will want to complete the form as soon as possible.

MATC Financial Aid Forms

General Forms

Apply for Summer 2022 Student Loans (link) (Application inactive until late Spring 2022)

Instructions on Attaching Documents Using Self Service (pdf)

Financial Aid Appeal Form - NEW process: Contact your Pathway Advisor for assistance in accessing and completing the Financial Aid Satisfactory Academic Progress & Student Success Plan form online.

Consortium Agreement (pdf)

Federal Financial Aid Application (

Selective Service Status letter instructions

How to Use the IRS Data Retieval Tool (DRT) via the FAFSA

How to Request a Tax Transcript 

Unusual Tax Filing Situations

2021-22 MATC Financial Aid Forms

2022-23 MATC Financial Aid Forms

Summer Financial Aid Application

You are not required to complete an application for summer financial aid except for student loans. Your summer 2022 financial aid will be awarded based on the availability of financial aid that you have remaining after the 2021-22 academic year.

If you would like to request additional loan funds, please log into Self Service, use the left side drop down menu and click on Financial Information, Financial Aid, and Request a Summer Loan. The summer loan application is now active.

Keep in mind that your academic year loan eligibility maximums are as follows and include loans already awarded for the 2021-2022 academic year:

  • All students below 30 completed, cumulative credits:
    • Dependent student - $5500 ($3500 max. unsubsidized fed. direct loan)
    • Independent student - $9500 ($3500 max. unsubsidized fed. direct loan)
  • All students at or above 30 completed, cumulative credits:
    • Dependent student - $6500 ($4500 max. unsubsidized fed. direct loan)
    • Independent student - $10500 ($4500 max. unsubsidized fed. direct loan)

Minority Retention Grant Application

Iraq or Afghanistan Service Grant

The Iraq or Afghanistan Service Grant is awarded to a student whose parent or guardian died as a result of U.S. military service in Iraq or Afghanistan after September 11, 2001. Identified students may receive increased federal financial aid if at the time of the parent or guardian’s death they were either less than 24 years old or were enrolled in college.

Eligibility is based on the following:

  • You are Pell eligible but have not received the maximum amount based on your EFC, OR
  • You are not Pell Grant eligible because your EFC is too high, you may then receive the IASG.

For students who are eligible, the Financial Aid Office will automatically offer this grant based on information provided by the Department of Education.

Veterans Forms

Forms for veterans can be found on the MESO Forms page.