The federal government requires schools to verify the accuracy of information on some federal student aid applications. As a result, you may be asked to submit additional information to Student Finance. If you need to provide additional documentation, you will receive an email indicating which documents are required. Selected applicants must submit requested documentation before awarded financial aid for graduate school is disbursed. Students and their spouses may be required to submit a copy of their prior-year federal income tax transcripts and additional household information. Other documents may also be required. If information on any of the documents conflicts with what was reported on the graduate school financial aid application, students may be required to provide additional information to resolve the conflict. Students who do not submit requested documentation by the end of their first session of enrollment may be required to make payment arrangements without the expectation of federal student aid.