Student Financial Services

Federal and State Financial Assistance

 
 

Grants are awarded based on financial need and eligibility.

Federal grants are offered to students who file the FAFSA and demonstrate financial need. New York State offers grants to eligible residents who submit a separate application. Grants do not require repayment.

All students applying for federal and state financial assistance must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Processed applications must be received no later than the student’s last date of enrollment for the academic year. In addition, the federal government requires our office to collect specified documentation and to resolve any conflicting information.

Promptly complete and submit all requested information and documentation. A delay in submitting documentation may impact your eligibility for financial assistance.

The eligibility for specific grants is outlined below. Students must meet standards of satisfactory academic progress to receive financial assistance. Detailed information regarding these standards will accompany your Financial Plan Summary (Award Letter).

A one-time waiver may be granted to the recipient of federal financial assistance who fails to make satisfactory academic progress. The student must initiate the request for the waiver through the Office of Academic Services and Retention and must be able to document one of three reasons for the request: death in the student’s family, serious illness of the student or other mitigating circumstances beyond the student’s control. Approval of the waiver is not automatic. After a careful review of the documentation, the student will be notified in writing if the one-time waiver will be granted.

A one-time waiver may be granted to the recipient of state financial assistance who fails to make satisfactory academic progress or maintain sufficient pursuit of program. The student must initiate the request for the waiver through the Office of Student Financial Services and must be able to document one of three reasons for the request: death in the student’s family, serious illness of the student or other mitigating circumstances beyond the student’s control. Approval of the waiver is not automatic. After a careful review of the documentation, the student will be notified in writing if the one-time waiver will be granted.

Federal Assistance

State Assistance

Students who are residents of states other than New York may qualify for funds from their state scholarship program to attend Adelphi. Contact your state financial aid agency to obtain application and eligibility information.

 

For further information, please contact:

Office of Student Financial Services
Levermore Hall, Lower Level
p – 516.877.3080
p – ext. 2240 (on campus only)
f – 516.877.3380
e – financialservices@adelphi.edu

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