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Financial Aid

For assistance, you can reach us by an email at or Contact Us link from our website and we will respond to your inquiries. You can also leave a voice message at 718-982-2030 and we will return your call.  For In-person assistance, visit Enrollment Services, 2A-106, Monday-Thursday 10:00 am to 4:00 pm and Friday 9:00 am- 12:00 pm.

If you need to submit documents to Financial Aid, please follow the step-by-step directions to uploading documents in Student Forms. 

Please note all courses must be added by Thursday, February 3, 2022 for Spring 2022 to count towards your financial aid.

We are committed to help you with all of your Financial Aid concerns during this unprecedented time. Do not hesitate to contact us. ​

Welcome to the Office of Student Financial Aid

The mission of the Office of Student Financial Aid of the College of Staten Island is to increase opportunities for students' access and success in higher education by helping students and their families seek, obtain, and make the best use of public and private financial assistance programs for post-secondary education. The Office aims to generate delivery of aid funds to students most expeditiously while complying with all applicable rules, regulations and procedures of funding entities, CUNY, and the College.


Information on: ARP HEERF III - Student Emergency Grant FAQsHEERF II - CRRSAA Student Emergency GrantHEERF II - CRRSAA FAQs and CARES Act Student Emergency Grant Program FAQs

Information on: CUNY Comeback Program


Contact Information

Terri Sangiorgio


Building 2A, Room 401
Email Terri Sangiorgio

Contact US

Monday -Friday 9:00 am- 4:45 pm



The College administers financial aid programs from federal, state and local agencies.


Download the forms in pdf format


To apply you must complete the loan application

Keep Learning

Federal Work-Study (FWS) provides part-time jobs for undergraduate and graduate students

Student in Library

New York State-funded grants for qualifying matriculated undergraduate students

Dolphin Cove

Students can use funds from the principal federal financial aid programs to help pay for accommodations