Consumer Information

NYIT’s Office of Financial Aid recognizes that in order to understand the process of obtaining financial aid, the accurate and timely dissemination of information to the consumer is critical. Policies and procedures have been implemented to ensure appropriate dissemination of information. Under federal financial aid program guidelines, colleges must annually provide a notice to all enrolled students describing the availability of consumer information. In addition to reviewing information about financial aid and NYIT below, please refer to information we provide on:

Financial Aid Program Information Availability

Information is distributed by NYIT to students through:

  • NYIT Catalog
  • NYIT website
  • NYIT financial aid award letter
  • Emails describing our policies and procedures
  • Letters sent via the U.S. Postal Service
  • Reminders sent via text messages

Additional resources distributed by the Office of Financial Aid include:

Procedures and Forms Required to Apply for Financial Aid

Requirements to apply for financial aid can be found in NYIT’s catalogs, website, and financial aid publications. In addition, notices announcing deadlines and application availability can be found on flyers on campus and in student newspapers. The following information is available on NYIT’s website:

Higher Education Opportunity Act (HEOA)-Required Information


NYIT Statistics

Crime Statistics

Each Oct. 1, NYIT publishes its annual campus security report, which contains:

  • Campus crime statistics for the past three years.
  • Statement of current policies regarding reporting criminal action or other emergencies on campus, security of and access to campus facilities, campus law enforcement, types of programs available for drug and alcohol abuse and sexual assault, and procedures to follow when an offense occurs.


Drugs and Alcohol


Gainful Employment Disclosures