Undergraduate Scholarship & Grant Programs
U.S. citizens and permanent residents must file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at www.fafsa.gov to be considered for a financial aid package. All undergraduate students are considered for scholarships based on their academic merit. Availability of institutional merit-based scholarships varies according to academic program. Students who file a FAFSA will be considered for institutional scholarships based on merit and demonstrated financial need. U.S. citizens and eligible residents may qualify for U.S. government and New York State fellowships and grants based on merit and financial need.
UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIPS REQUIRING AN APPLICATION
Each year, a limited number of new full-time students will be selected and awarded scholarships. Applicants must meet all qualifications and deadlines in order to be eligible for consideration. These undergraduate scholarships are renewable annually for a maximum of four years for freshman and a maximum of three years for transfer students with acceptable academic performance. Students must annually file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by March 1. All applicants must submit their Alumni and Sibling scholarship application(s) and apply for admission by December 15 for Spring and January 15 for fall.