Honoring Our Veterans
New York Tech is proud to serve veterans of the U.S. armed forces. We encourage veterans and their dependents to apply for educational benefits to help pay for New York Tech tuition and assist with living expenses while enrolled at the university.
How to Apply and Receive Your Benefits
STEP 1 - Complete an Application to New York TechMore
For questions about admissions, contact Andrew Fong, veteran liaison and admissions advisor, at email@example.com or 516.686.1031.
STEP 2 - Apply for Financial AidMore
NOTE: To complete your 2018-2019 FAFSA, you can use the Data Retrieval Tool to transfer yours and your parents 2016 federal tax information to the FAFSA .
To complete your 2019-2020 FAFSA, you can use the Data Retrieval Tool to transfer yours and your parents 2017 federal tax information to the FAFSA .
New York Tech's Long Island Campus and New York City Campus Federal School Code ("Title IV" code) for putting New York Tech as a school of your choice on the FAFSA is 002782.
STEP 3 - Submit an Application for Veteran Education BenefitsMore
STEP 4 - Submit your New York Tech Veteran Services formMore
Once you’ve submitted your Form 22-1990, fill out and submit your New York Tech Veteran Services form to Nancy Borchers via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by fax (516.686.1074) or by mail to the address below
STEP 5 - Submit Certificate of Eligibility to New York TechMore
Once you receive your Certificate of Eligibility from Veterans Affairs, forward a copy to Nancy Borchers via email at email@example.com or by fax (516.686.1074) or by mail to the address below.
You will receive confirmation of your certification for veterans benefits once you’ve been accepted and enrolled at New York Tech.
STEP 6 - Submit your military transcripts to New York Tech’s Office of Prior LearningMore
Once you have been admitted to New York Tech, have your military transcripts sent to New York Tech for prior learning credit review.
STEP 7 - Apply for the Yellow Ribbon ProgramMore
You will be alerted by the Office of the Registrar when the Yellow Ribbon Program application process is open for New York Tech students each semester. Application instructions will be provided via email at that time.
New York Institute of Technology
Office of the Registrar
Harry Schure Hall, Room 142-A
Old Westbury, NY 11568-8000
For questions about admissions, please contact Frank Rivera, military and veteran affairs director, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 212.261.1507