Financial Aid Application Forms

Here’s a quick overview of the forms you may need to submit to the Warrior Hub to apply for and receive funds or services.

Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)

Want to get federal and state financial aid to help pay for college? Complete the FAFSA to begin the free application process.

Short Term Loan Application

Use this form if you need a small loan to help cover unexpected costs. Submit your loan application to the Warrior Hub by 1:30pm for same day service.

Financial Aid Suspension Appeal Form


Consortium Agreements

Minnesota State Consortium Agreement

Use this Consortium Agreement form if you are attending a school within the Minnesota State system.

Non-Minnesota State Consortium Agreement Form (PDF)

Use this Consortium Agreement form if you are attending a school that is not part of the Minnesota State system.


Special Conditions Review Forms

Dependent Special Conditions Review Form (PDF)

Independent Special Conditions Review Form (PDF)


Family & Child Care Forms 

MN Child Care Grant Application (PDF)


Educational Forms

Statement of Educational Purpose (PDF)

Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)

Want to get federal and state financial aid to help pay for college? Complete the FAFSA to begin the free application process.

Short Term Loan Application

Use this form if you need a small loan to help cover unexpected costs. Submit your loan application to the Warrior Hub by 1:30pm for same day service.

Financial Aid Suspension Appeal Form


Consortium Agreements

Minnesota State Consortium Agreement

Use this Consortium Agreement form if you are attending a school within the Minnesota State system.

Non-Minnesota State Consortium Agreement Form (PDF)

Use this Consortium Agreement form if you are attending a school that is not part of the Minnesota State system.


Special Conditions Review Forms

Dependent Special Conditions Review Form (PDF)

Independent Special Conditions Review Form (PDF)


Family & Child Care Forms 

MN Child Care Grant Application (PDF)


Educational Forms

Statement of Educational Purpose (PDF)

This program is designed to provide eligible Minnesota residents a tuition-free pathway for earning a associate’s degree or bachelor’s degree in high-need careers. Funding comes from the State of Minnesota and is awarded to eligible students after grants and scholarships have been paid.

If you are eligible for a Minnesota Future Together Grant, you will be contacted with an award amount or additional questions to determine your eligibility.

If you do not receive a communication from the Financial Aid Office but believe that you are eligible for the spring term, please complete the application for the program.


Eligible Educational Programs

  • Healthcare: High-need areas such as nursing, healthcare social workers, 
  • STEM: High-need programs include software development, software analysts, engineers, web developers, statisticians, 
  • Business: High-need programs include accounting, financial management, auditors, human resource managers, bankers, and project managers.
  • Education: High-need programs  include early childhood educators, childcare workers, school counselors and social workers 
  • Public service: High-need programs may include law enforcement officers, probation officers, and public administration 

Income Eligibility

You must meet one of the following criteria:

  • Have a Family Adjusted Gross Income (AGI)* of less than $50,000 as reported on FAFSA or MN Dream Act Application
  • Have a Family AGI* of less than $100,000 as reported on FAFSA or State Aid Application and have worked in a critical industry listed in Executive Order 20-74 at least part-time between March 1, 2020 -Dec. 31, 2021
  • Received unemployment benefits between March 1, 2020 -Dec. 31, 2021

*Family AGI for a dependent student includes parent and student AGI and for an independent student it includes student and spouse AGI.


Other Eligibility Factors

  • You first enrolled during the 2021-22or 2022-23school year OR you are returning to college and have not been enrolled at any college in the last three semesters.
  • Meet the Minnesota residency criteria
  • Not have already earned a baccalaureate degree
  • Not in default on a state or federal student loan
  • Not on a SAP/FA suspension

Student eligibility for the grant will be determined every semester. You will need to fill out the FAFSA each year. A student who receives a grant one semester is not guaranteed to receive funding for the next semester.

Eligibility is subject to the availability of funds and any changes in your enrollment, FAFSA, or other financial aid may change the amount you receive each semester.