Office of Student Financial Aid
Office use only Code:
SELECT/ SELECTIVE SERVICE DOCS
Selective Service Status Confirmation
& Information Form
MC ID#: Last Name: First Name:
Federal regulations require men aged 18-25 who were born on or after January 1, 1960, to register with the Selective
Service System within 30 days of their 18th birthday. This includes all men who are US citizens and non-citizens, who
reside permanently in the U.S. Men with Resident Alien Cards (Green Cards), must register. Men living in the U.S.
without INS documentation (undocumented aliens) must also register.
A Lawful Non-immigrant man who is in the United States temporarily (diplomatic corps, trade mission personnel, a
man holding valid visitor or student visas, etc.) is not required to register as long as he maintains that status.
Men are not required to register after reaching age 26. A man who is a non-citizen who first enters the U.S. as a
permanent resident after age 26 is not required to register because he is over the age limit.
Initial the statement below that best identifies your status and
submit in person documentation as directed:
1). I am registered with the SSS.
Proof of your Selective Service Registration to the MC Financial Aid Office. This information may be obtained by visiting
the SSS website at www.sss.gov,
or by calling 1-847-688-6888.
2). Currently under the age of 18
If you have not reached your 18th birthday, you must submit a copy of your birth certificate or another
government issued form of identification to confirm your date of birth (i.e. state ID card, driver’s license, and
3). I was born a female
A birth certificate. Only persons assigned the sex of male at birth are required to register. If a student’s gender identity is
now female but she was assigned the sex of male at birth, the student must register for SSS regardless of subsequent
sexual reassignment surgery or any other gender transition process. If a student’s gender identity is now male but he was
assigned the sex of female at birth, the student is not required to register for SSS, regardless of subsequent sexual
reassignment surgery or any other gender transition process.
According to information from the U.S. Department of Education, your registration with the Selective Service System
(SSS) could not be confirmed. As a result, you are not eligible to receive federal financial aid. You may appeal this
status by completing and submitting this form with all required documents.