New students will be notified, as part of their acceptance package, when to register for classes (generally just prior to the beginning of the semester). For information on what to do and how to register for New Undergraduate First-Year Students, New Transfer Students, New International Students and New Graduate Students follow the appropriate link.
Current students should follow established registration guidelines and register through NYITConnect. Information about Registration for Fall, Cycles A and B 2012, and Intersession 2013, click here. View steps and guidelines on how to registrar for Current Students.. For registration add/drop deadlines, view NYIT's 2012-2013 Academic Calendar.
Academic advisement is required before registering and course selections must be approved by a faculty advisor. Please make an appointment to meet with an advisor and have your course selections approved. If you do not have an advisor, it’s easy to get one by visiting the Central Advising Center. Download a registration form here (PDF).
Learn about financial aid available to students, and how to apply.
All U.S. students who wish to be considered for financial aid, whether NYIT-sponsored or a government program, must fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Financial aid offices at educational institutions use information from the FAFSA to determine if you are eligible to receive federal student aid from grants, loans and work-study programs. You MUST file a new FAFSA every year in order to be considered for financial aid. These forms are available every January.
FAFSA Deadlines: For federal aid, submit your application as early as possible, but no earlier than Jan. 1 of the year you plan to attend. It is advised that students file between Jan. 1 and Feb. 14 of the academic year they plan to attend; FAFSA applications must be received by June 30 for federal aid. The New York State deadline for FAFSA applications is May 1.
How to Apply: The quickest way to apply is online at http://www.fafsa.ed.gov/. If you need help filling out the FAFSA, call 800.433.3243 (800-4-Fed-Aid) between 8 a.m. and midnight, Eastern time.
When filling out the FAFSA you will be asked for NYIT’s Federal Title IV school code, which is 002782. If you are a New York state resident you may also be eligible to apply for grant money known as TAP (Tuition Assistance Program). Undergraduate students applying for TAP must be enrolled full time (12 credits); the TAP school code for NYIT undergraduate students is 2120. NYIT graduate students applying for TAP must also be enrolled in 12 credits. The graduate student TAP school code is 5455. For more information on TAP, go to www.hesc.org.
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