College of Staten Island
 The City University of New York
 
  
Student Financial Aid Office
Philippe Marius, Director

Location: North Administration
Bldg(2A), Room 401
Phone: 718.982.2030
Fax : 718.982.2037



Student Financial Aid Office
 Application Process

The College administers financial aid programs from federal, state and local agencies. Students must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid on the Web at www.fafsa.gov to apply for all federal aid including Pell Grant, Federal Perkins Loans and Federal Direct Loans. All students and parents of dependent students are encouraged to use a federal PIN to sign the FAFSA. Applicants can request a PIN at www.pin.ed.gov.
You will receive a CONFIRMATION PAGE after you submit your FAFSA. Print a copy for your records.  New York residents should follow the link to apply for New York State’s Tuition Assistance Program (TAP). Completing these forms ensures that you have applied for federal and state financial aid.  If you missed the TAP link on the FAFSA confirmation page you can apply directly by going to www.tapweb.org once your FAFSA has been processed.

Students should apply for financial aid as soon as they decide to apply for admission or readmission to the College. Continuing students must file a Renewal FAFSA every year.
March 31- priority deadline for summer/fall
November 30 - priority deadline for spring.
Filing by the applicable priority deadline makes it more likely that you will have financial aid available to help you pay the bill for tuition and fees by the due date. If you don’t pay the bill by the due date, your registration may be canceled.

CUNY Supplement

In addition to filing your FAFSA and TAP applications, you should complete the CUNY Financial Aid Supplement Form.  Completing this supplement may qualify you for additional financial aid.  For additional information, please visit the Financial Aid section of the CUNY Portal.

Additional Financial Aid Information

Verification of Application Data

The Department of Education selects a certain number of applications for a process called Verification.  If your application is selected, the Office of Student Financial Aid will notify you of the documentation that you will need to submit.  Students will not be paid federal financial aid until Verification is complete.

Remedial Courses and Federal Aid
Aid eligibility is limited to a maximum of 30 equated credits of remedial coursework.