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- When is the deadline to file my FAFSA?
- How do I check the status of my Financial Aid application?
- When will I get my Financial Aid check?
- What if Financial Aid does not cover my tuition?
- What happens to my Financial Aid if I drop a course?
- Contact Us
When is the deadline to file my FAFSA?
The Priority Deadline to file your FAFSA is May 1st. Students requesting Financial Aid for Fall 2012/Spring 2013 should file their FAFSA by this date.
How do I check the status of my Financial Aid application?
You can check the status of your Financial Aid online using EFAP. EFAP shows the amount of aid you are awarded, as well as required documentation to complete your application. Your CUNY Portal account gives you access to EFAP. For more information the visit the Navigating Your Financial Aid link.
When will I get my Financial Aid check?
Our Financial Aid Payment Calender displays the disbursement dates for all financial aid checks including Direct Loans, FWS, SEEK, PELL etc.If your application is completed after the deadline for that pay cycle, your aid will be available on the following "Clean Up" cycle.
What if Financial Aid does not cover my tuition?
The Bursar's Office provides many options to help you pay your tuition. Direct Loans are also available for students who have completed their FAFSA, submitted all required documents, and registered for at least 6 credits.
What happens to my Financial Aid if I drop a course?
When you drop a course(s) once a semester begins, you may lose your TAP award for the next semester. Your eligibility for the next semester depends on whether you are able to meet the Academic Progress and Program Pursuit requirements for State Aid.
If you drop a course(s) during the Spring semester, going to Summer school without using TAP may prevent you from being ineligible in the Fall.
If you drop a course(s) early in the semester and the TAP award disappears from your Bursar’s bill, check with Student Financial Services to see your options.
If you drop a course(s) prior to receiving your Pell grant or register for a course but stop attending or never attended, your Pell grant award will be recalculated for your revised credit load and your award may be reduced. If you drop all your courses after receiving your Pell check, you may be responsible for repaying a portion of your Pell grant.
For Direct and Perkins Loans
If you drop below six credits, you will not be eligible to receive the loan. You must be carrying at least six credits at the time the check is disbursed to you. If your loan was calculated based on full-time attendance and you become part-time with between six and eleven credits, your need for the loan may change and the amount reduced. If you drop below six credits after receiving the loan, you will be considered out of school and your grace period on the loan will begin. If you drop all your courses, as with Pell, you may be responsible for repaying a portion of your award.
What Happens To My Financial Aid If I Drop All My Courses
You will be academically ineligible for TAP, APTS or PT TAP for the next semester if you withdraw completely during a semester in which you are receiving State aid.
Your Federal awards (Pell, SEOG, Direct and Perkins Loans) will be recalculated based upon the percentage of time you attended the semester. Your tuition charges are calculated separately based upon refund information published in the schedule of classes for that semester. If your tuition liability exceeds your aid eligibility, you will be billed. If you received Federal aid in excess of your eligibility, you will be billed.
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