Welcome to the Office of Student Financial Assistance
The Office of Student Financial Assistance Mission Statement
The Office of Student Financial Assistance plays a major role in providing access to post-secondary education for students by assisting them in receiving grants, work, loans and scholarships to finance their higher education. The Office of Student Financial Assistance serves as a student advocate while also advancing institutional policy and objectives within the framework of rules and regulations governing State, Federal and Private funding sources of aid to whom it must account for the expenditure of funds.
|6/30/2014 Priority deadline for fall semester|
|10/30/14 Priority deadline for spring semester|
|1/1/15 The 2015/16 FAFSA application will be available online at www.fafsa.gov.|
- Federal Regulation Change Affecting Required Verification Documents: Financial aid applications are randomly selected by the federal government for verification. During this process, the student and/or parent(s) are required to submit documentation for the information listed (or not listed) on the FAFSA. Due to changes implemented by the federal government, we are now required to collect tax transcripts and can no longer accept copies of tax returns.
- All federal student and parent loans will be processed under the Federal Direct effective with the Fall 09 semester. For more information, please click on one of the following links: Loan Programs
- Step by Step Guide to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid on line
- How to check Financial aid Status on the Web
Administration Building, Room 120
|Financial Aid Office Hours|
|Monday, Tuesday & Friday||9:00 am – 4:30 pm|
|Wednesday & Thursday||9:00 am – 6:30 pm|
Financial literacy courses are available through SUNY Smart Track Financial Literacy where you can learn about a wide variety of financial matters such as budgeting, smart borrowing, and identify theft. First time users will need to create an account.