Financial Aid Forms


Tuition and fees are due by the first day of classes each semester, so the deadline you should adhere to is: “AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.” If you need financial aid to help you pay for your college expenses (tuition, fees, books, housing, meals, etc.), then it is in your best interest to complete all applications as soon as possible. Financial aid cannot be processed if you miss deadlines; therefore, you must review the financial aid programs and apply timely. Most financial aid programs cannot be processed during the last week of a semester. Applications and supporting documents must be submitted BEFORE the last week of a semester; however, if you wait until such a late date, there is still no guarantee that financial aid can be processed before the last day of the semester. If financial aid eligibility cannot be determined while you are enrolled, you may be charged a late payment fee, be dropped from your classes, or both, per the institution’s policy for non-payment.

The last date to submit a 2023-2024 FAFSA for summer 2024 is June 30, 2024. 


Fall 2023 Semester: June 1, 2023
Spring 2024 Semester: December 1, 2023
Summer 2024 Semester: May 1, 2024

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  • Email from MACC Email Account to
  • Fax to 660-269-9538
  • Postal mail
    Moberly Area Community College
    Financial Aid Office
    101 College Ave
    Moberly, MO 65270

MACC may only accept and process financial aid documents when the documents are submitted by secure means as determined by the U.S. Department of Education.

Be sure to write your MACC ID# on all documents before submitting. Do not include your Social Security Number.

Some reminders when sending in documents from a phone:

  • Write the student’s ID number on each document you need to submit.
  • Redact all but the last four digits from any printed social security numbers included in the document you are sending.
  • Lay the document on a flat surface.
  • Only take a picture or scan one page at a time.
  • Fill up the screen with the document as much as you can, but be sure not to cut off any information.
  • Make sure you are in good lighting when scanning or taking the photo. If it is too dark use the flash option.
  • Determine the best way to take a picture of the document or use a scan app with your phone. The exact process will depend on your phone or the app you are using.

Google Drive (free & downloadable from any app store) is a commonly used scanning app

  • Open the Google Drive app 
  • In the bottom right, tap Add
  • Tap Scan 
  • Take a photo of the document you’d like to scan
  • Adjust scan area: Tap Crop 
  • Take photo again: Tap Re-scan current page 
  • Scan another page: Tap Add  
  • To save the finished document, tap Done 

iPhones also offer a scanning option within the “Notes” app which is pre-downloaded in all iPhones

  • Open the Notes app and choose to compose a new note
  • Select the camera image and choose scan “Scan Documents”
  • Adjust scan area: Move the corners of the white rectangle to include what you want
  • Take photo again: Tap Retake
  • Scan another page: Tap Keep Scan and then take a new photo
  • To save the finished documents press save, this will save the scans you took as a PDF in your notes

 There are many other photo-to-PDF scanning apps available from the Android and Apple apps stores.

When emailing documents to the MACC Financial Aid Office, remember to send them from the student’s MACC-issued email account. This will help protect the security of emailed documents and allow staff members to quickly verify to which student the documents belong.

Have you ever filled out a fillable form and tried to email it but the fields you entered on the form were blank when opened by the recipient?

In order to prevent that from happening, you must:

  1. Download the document and save it on your computer;
  2. Open the saved document and complete form;
  3. Save the completed form;
  4. Email the form as an attachment.


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