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Special Circumstances Confirmation

Thank you for submitting your Special Circumstances Form to the University of Dallas.

Please make sure to submit all supporting documentation if you did not attach it to this form. You may:

1. Upload documents by going to the Financial Aid tab in BannerWEB and clicking on "Document Upload -- Financial        Aid" (documents must be in pdf format),                                                                                                                                  2. Email documents to us at verification@udallas.edu
3. Fax documents to us at 972-721-5074,
4. Mail documents to University of Dallas Financial Aid Office/1845 E Northgate Dr/Irving TX 75062, or
5. Drop documents by our office in Cardinal Farrell Hall, first floor.

Once we have received all necessary documents for the special circumstance(s), your information will be reviewed. You will hear back from us regarding the status of your financial aid within two weeks via email.                        PLEASE NOTE: August is our peak busy time and complete forms with all documentation submitted during that time frame will be processed within three weeks of the date of submission.

Contact us at verification@udallas.edu if you have any questions.

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