The Top 3 Things You Need To Know Now!
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New York State financial aid processed through the Higher Education Services Corporation (HESC) are currently delayed. Estimates for potentially eligible students will remain on the student account as anticipated aid. Refer to the HESC website for more information.
- Does your financial aid package include an New York State estimate? To be eligible for aid listed as an estimate, you must complete the required NYS application(s) and meet all other eligibility requirements. Estimated aid includes the TAP Grant, Excelsior Scholarship, and STEM Scholarship among others. Estimates will be cancelled if all requirements are not satisfied.
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The second Fall 2020 bill will be generated on September 21, 2020 with a due date of October 21, 2020. To view your current charges and other account activity, please log into your HUB Student Center. If you are an authorized payer, log into your Authorized Payer site.
Enroll in Direct Deposit to receive your Financial Aid or overpayment refund faster. Click on Billing/Payments in your HUB Student Center and then click on Payment Options. Once you are in the Student Center Payment Options Screen click on Student Choice Refunds in then menu.
The 3 installment payment plan enrollment starts on September 15, 2020. You cannot enroll in a payment plan if you have an unpaid bill hold on your account.
All eligibility requirements and document requests must be fulfilled by the earlier of the award specific deadline or April 15 of the academic year in which you are seeking funds. Documents received, or changes to eligibility after this date may not be considered.
Information is subject to change without notice due to changes in federal, state and/or institutional rules and regulations. Students must complete a FAFSA every year. Students must be making satisfactory academic progress to continue to receive financial aid.