All students seeking Financial Aid will be required to complete a “FA Identification Verification” requirement by showing proof of identity in order to receive future Financial Aid award disbursements. Students must verify their identity in-person or virtually to continue receiving Financial Aid disbursements.
Acceptable documents to verify your identification are:
- Valid state issued Driver’s License
- Valid state issued official Identification Card
- U.S. Passport (must be signed)
Identification Requirement Instructions:
Step 1: Upload your proof of FA Identification Verification document:
- Scan and save a copy of the front and back of your official identification. Make sure that you have a clear and legible copy of your identification.
- Log into “MyDelta” and go to your “To Do” list. In your To Do” list, you will see the 'FA Verification Review Req.' item as an outstanding task that needs to be completed.
- Click on this task and it will provide a link that will take you to login to the “Campus Logic” portal where you will be able to upload your scanned copy of your proof of identification. Do not forget to upload both the front AND back side of your Identification.
Step 2: Meet with a Financial Aid representative to verify your FA Identification Verification document. You have two options for how you may verify your document:
- In-Person: Bring your official documentation to the Delta Connect Center, located in the DeRicco Building, open Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 8:00a.m. – 5:00p.m. You must bring your original proof of Identification with you – copies will not be accepted.
- Virtually: Please visit: https://deltacollege-edu.zoom.us/j/97690953807 Mondays through Fridays from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. to virtually meet with a staff who will verify your official identification document. You will be placed in a virtual waiting room until it is your turn in the queue for an available staff to meet with you.
Be prepared to have your original proof of identification with you (copies will not be accepted) and your computer camera must be on during your virtual meeting.