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What is IDOC?
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College Board's IDOC service processes aid application materials. Aid applicants will receive an email from IDOC with detailed instructions. All application documents should be submitted to IDOC, preferably through their online upload. Applicants can check the IDOC website for status updates and additional information. At certain times of the year, it may take a few business days for IDOC to process documents.


The only documents that can be submitted directly to Cornell's Financial Aid mailing address are noncustodial parent taxes and citizenship documents.


Remember to check your Cornell Financial Aid To Do List to be sure that all application requirements are complete.


For more information on applying for undergraduate financial aid, visit our website.


The below video reviews the College Board's document imaging service that Cornell uses to collect and process supplemental materials for your financial aid application:


College Board's IDOC Service

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