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2014-2105 Verification Update

2014-2015 Verification Update

**Please see http://www.wku.edu/financialaid/verification1415.php for additional information about the verification process**

KHEAA Verify has been contracted to complete all verification services on behalf of WKUAll 2014-2015 verification documents are available at www.kheaa.com, and should be completed then submitted to KHEAA Verify as soon as possible.  KHEAA Verify will contact the student if the documents received are incomplete or if additional information is required to complete the verification process.  Students and parents should contact KHEAA Verify with any questions concerning the receipt of their documents or the status of their verification, using the contact information below:

KHEAA Verify-WKU

 P.O. Box 4902

Frankfort, KY 40602

 FAX:  502-696-7230

 Phone: 855-272-8771

Email: verification@kheaa.com


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