I did not include my Social Security Number (SSN) on my Admissions application
A valid Social Security Number (SSN) is needed for financial aid purposes. If the student does not provide their SSN on the admissions application then the student’s FAFSA will not be received through the college’s financial aid software system, and hinders a student from being evaluated for federal and state aid. If you did not provide your SSN on the admissions application, please contact admissions at 843-383-8050 and speak with an admissions counselor.
My SSN is invalid
If the student provided a SSN on the admissions application and if the SSN does not match the SSN provided on the FAFSA, then the student will be required to provide, in person, a signed copy of his or her Social Security Card to a Student Financial Planning Counselor.