Tuition Assistance Program (TAP)
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Understanding financial aid is easier than you think. At New York Tech, we’ll walk you through the financial aid process so you can maximize your aid eligibility. Let’s get started!
Types of Aid
These are "gift awards" that you don't have to pay back. They can come from the university, the federal or state government, or private and non-profit organizations, and can be awarded based on economic need, merit, or other criteria.
Although international students are not eligible for federal or state aid, New York Tech offers academic scholarships to international students that may cover partial tuition.Learn More
Loans are borrowed money that must be repaid with interest. Federal loans, which include both need-based and non-need-based options, usually offer the best terms. Private loans are available from banks and other financial institutions. They carry variable interest rates and may require a co-signer.
The Federal College Work-Study Program provides part-time employment to assist eligible enrolled students in paying for educational expenses. Awards are based on economic need. If you are not eligible for Federal College Work-Study, you can apply for other on-campus work opportunities. For more information, please email Student Employment.
New York Tech is proud to serve veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces. In coordination with the Department of Veteran's Affairs, we offer you and your family an array of programs and educational benefits to help pay for tuition and assist with living expenses while enrolled at our university. Veteran aid is available to both undergraduate and graduate students.
Eligibility for Financial Aid (Domestic Students)
Your eligibility for assistance is based on two factors: the cost of attending New York Tech and your family's ability to pay based on the information you provide on your FAFSA.
The FAFSA is available on October 1 in the year before the fall you plan to attend. We recommend submitting your FAFSA as early as possible in your application process.
To complete your FAFSA, you can use the Data Retrieval Tool to transfer your and your parent/s’ federal tax information:
- Students applying for Spring 2021 admission must complete the 2020–2021 FAFSA using 2018 federal tax information.
- Students applying for Fall 2021 admission must complete the 2021-2022 FAFSA using 2019 federal tax information.
For our New York City and Long Island campuses, the Federal School Code ("Title IV" code) for selecting New York Institute of Technology as a school of choice on the FAFSA is 002782.Learn More