Dynamic Forms Basics
There are two types of form users: the initiator and the co-signer. The initiator is the student or the financial aid office, and the co-signer is the parent. In some cases, the cosigner may be faculty or staff as well. Before our office can process a form, all participants in the form must have completed their section.
When filling out the form, you will only be able to type or click on the section of the form that you are allowed to fill out. Everything else will appear faded out for reading purposes only.
Cosigners will receive a notification from firstname.lastname@example.org. Please add this email address to your safe senders' list to ensure notification emails do not land in your junk or spam folder.
Please note that there are no error notification emails if an email bounces or is incorrect. Form users are encouraged to double-check the information before continuing.
Signatures will appear as a timestamp with the user's name in signature format and the date and time of signature.
Below are the user guides for both the student and parent that will assist you in completing the required forms.
Dynamic Forms Student User Guide
Dynamic Forms Parent User Guide
Frequently Asked Questions
Visit the Pending/Draft Forms section and select the PDF view of the form. At the bottom of the form, you will see signatures that are pending and the timestamps of the signatures that have already been collected.
After you sign the form, you generally cannot edit the information submitted on the form. If you are a dependent student and your parent has not signed the form and submitted it, the parent can return the form. Independent students do not have this option and will need to contact our office for further instructions.
No. The forms require the use of Single Sign-On (SSO) for authentication.
You can correct a co-signers’ email address by using the Manage Co-Signers button on the Pending/Drafts Forms section after you have successfully logged in to Dynamic Forms.