OFFICE OF FELLOWSHIPS & FINANCIAL AID

All financial aid processing, including origination, verification and disbursement is managed by the Office of Fellowships and Financial Aid of the CUNY Graduate Center. Students are required to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Questions about federal or state awards can be directed to the Office of Fellowships and Financial Aid. For additional support, contact financialaid@gc.cuny.edu or (212) 817-7460..

The FAFSA Code for the School of Labor and Urban Studies is 004765. The NYS TAP / HESC Code is 1422.

CUNY Graduate Center
365 Fifth Avenue Room 7201
New York, NY 10016
(877) 428-6942 | (212) 817-7460
Financialaid@gc.cuny.edu

FEDERAL AWARDS

NYS AWARDS

TAP is a grant for matriculated undergraduate students who are New York state residents attending full time in the fall and/or spring. Students can complete the NYS Student Aid Payment Application online at the end of the FAFSA

 Excelsior Scholarship bridges the gap between tuition costs and previously available state and federal aid. It is available to full-time undergraduate students who are New York residents and attend public four-year colleges and universities and community colleges.  Students must meet certain academic and income thresholds.

 VTA is an award for full-time study and part-time study for eligible veterans matriculated at an undergraduate or graduate degree-granting institution or in an approved vocational training program in New York State.

INSTITUTIONAL SCHOLARSHIPS & GRANTS

SLU Tuition Assistance Scholarship (TAS)

SLU Diversity Scholarship

CUNY Employee Tuition Waiver – Eligible undergraduate and graduate courses are waived for any CUNY college on a space available, no cost basis depending upon the term the employee is registered for, their category/title, the number of credits attempted and their amount of service time. https://www.cuny.edu/about/administration/offices/ohrm/reports-forms/tuition_waiver_forms_4_13_06.pdf

THIRD-PARTY PAYERS

A third party payer is an organization that sponsors all or part of a student’s tuition and fees. Examples include: domestic or foreign companies, corporations, foreign embassies, state prepaid tuition programs, and state/federal government agencies (including the military and VA). A reimbursement is not considered a form of third party billing. A family member or friend is not considered a third party payer for this purpose. Students must obtain an authorization letter (also known as a contract or sponsor agreement) from their third party payer and submit to the Bursar’s Office.

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