2013-14 Noncustodial Parent (NCP) Waiver Request
This request form is for undergraduate students to petition submission of noncustodial parent (NCP) information for the CSS PROFILE
to the University of Denver. The Financial Aid Special Circumstances Committee will review waiver requests on an individual basis.
Please note that submission for review does not guarantee a waiver request being granted. Any incomplete request forms WILL NOT
BE ACCEPTED or REVIEWED until all necessary documentation has been provided. Once your request has been submitted, you will be
notified via email of the outcome within three weeks during our peak processing time.
Please be sure the following sections are completed in full before submitting:
Attached Third Party Documentation
Third Party Contact Information
Frequency of Contact
Explanation of Waiver Request
Waiver Signed by Student and Custodial Parent
A. Student Information
DU ID Number (87...) or Social Security Number
B. Third Party Documentation
Please attach a signed letter from a reputable third party who is familiar with your situation and can explain on your behalf what your
circumstances are with your noncustodial parent. Be sure that the person providing your third party references includes his/her name,
address, phone number, email address, and relationship to you (it cannot be a member of your family or a family friend). Examples of a
reputable third party include people in the following professions: attorney, member of a clergy, therapist, guidance counselor, teacher,
coach, etc. This person must be familiar with your situation and can explain on your behalf what your circumstances are with your
I have attached a signed letter from a third party (REQUIRED)
C. Third Party Contact Information
Address (include apt. no.)
Relationship to You (Coach, Teacher, Counselor, Doctor, Attorney, etc.)
Length of Relationship
D. Frequency of Contact with Noncustodial Parent
1. When was the last time you were in contact with your noncustodial parent?
Within the past year
Within 1-5 years
Within 5-10 years
Greater than 10 years
2. What was the nature of the last contact (letter, visit, phone call, etc.)?
3. Are they any legal orders that limit the noncustodial parent's contact with you? If yes, please attach documentation (i.e. restraining order,
police report, or divorce decree.
4. Has your noncustodial parent ever claimed you as a dependent on a federal tax return??
If yes, indicate the most recent tax year claimed: