Student Financial Services

 

Continuing Undergraduate Student Aid Information

How to Reapply for Aid

To reapply, you should submit a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) either online via fafsa.gov or through the myStudentAid mobile app— available from Apple App Store (iOS) and Google Play (Android). If you submitted a FAFSA last year, you can choose the “Renewal FAFSA” option, which pre-fills most information into the form.

Be sure to meet priority filing deadlines in order to receive priority consideration for Adelphi need-based grants, federal loans, and more.


Financial Aid Timeline

January 2018

  • January 1 – The priority filing date for the 2018-2019 FAFSA. To receive priority consideration for maximum institutional and campus-based assistance this form must be processed by the federal government by this date. If you are attending college July 1, 2018–June 30, 2019, you will be able to file the FAFSA on October 1, 2017, using 2016 income tax data. If eligible, students and parents (if applicable), should use the FAFSA IRS Data Retrieval Tool (DRT).New York State residents should complete the New York State Tuition Assistance Program (TAP) application at hesc.ny.gov. You’ll also see a link on your FAFSA confirmation page to the TAP application. Adelphi’s TAP school code is 0010.
  • January 6 – Payment is due in full for Spring 2018. If you are participating in the Two-Payment Plan option, the first payment for Spring 2018 is due. You can make a payment and view your bill on eCampus.
  • January 23 – Spring 2018 semester classes begin.

February 2018

  • Late February – Spring 2018 Federal Direct Loan, private/alternative loan and institutional aid disbursements will begin.

March 2018

  • If you filed your 2018-2019 FAFSA, requests for additional documentation required to complete the application process may be mailed to you. Prompt submission of all requested documentation is necessary to avoid delays that may impact your eligibility for institutional and campus-based assistance. Only after completing the FAFSA and all application requirements will you receive your Financial Assistance Plan (Award Letter).
  • March 15 – If you are participating in the Two-Payment Plan option, the second payment is due for Spring 2018. The New York State Aid for Part-Time Study (APTS) application is also due for Spring 2018.
  • March 20 – Registration begins for Summer 2018 for undergraduate students.

April 2018

  • Notify the Office of Student Financial Services if you are planning to attend the Summer 2018 semester and want to be considered for federal student loans and/or the Federal Pell Grant.
  • Correspondence is sent to students regarding the Monthly Tuition Pay Plan option for the 2018-2019 academic year.
  • Registration begins for Fall 2018 for undergraduate students. See our Academic Calendar for specific registration dates.

May 2018

June 2018

  • Look for an email to your Adelphi Gmail account, notifying you that your Fall 2018 semester e-bill is ready to be viewed in CLASS through eCampus.

July 2018

  • Bills are due for students who are registered for 2018 Summer Session II only. Refer to your bill for specific dates.

August 2018

  • August 1 – Payment is due in full for Fall 2018. If you are participating in the Two-Payment Plan option, the first payment for Fall 2018 is due. You can make a payment and view your bill on eCampus.
  • August 27 – Fall classes begin.

September 2018

October 2018

  • October 1 – FAFSA becomes available for 2019-2020 (Fall 2019, Spring 2020 and Summer 2020 semesters). To receive priority consideration for maximum institutional and campus-based assistance this form must be processed by the federal government by January 1, 2019. You will be required to report 2017 income data. New York State residents should complete the New York State Tuition Assistance Program (TAP) application at hesc.ny.gov. You’ll also see a link on your FAFSA confirmation page to the TAP application. Adelphi’s TAP school code is 0010.Deadline to waive health insurance requirements for resident and international students.
  • Early October – Spring 2018 Federal Direct Loan, private/alternative loan and institutional aid disbursements will begin.
  • October 15 – If you are participating in the Two-Payment Plan option, the second payment is due for Fall 2018. The New York State Aid for Part-Time Study (APTS) application is also due for Fall 2018.

November 2018

  • Registration begins for Spring 2019 for undergraduate students. Check with our Office of Student Financial Services if you have questions regarding course selection and your financial aid.
  • If you are registered for Spring 2019, you will receive your spring semester e-bill.

December 2018

 
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