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Financial Aid

The NYCC Office of Financial Aid assists students in meeting their financial obligations with the aid of scholarships, work programs, grants and loans. Below you’ll find a listing of sources of financial aid and information about eligibility. You can find further details on financial aid program requirements and eligibility criteria in the NYCC College Catalog, or by contacting the NYCC Financial Aid Office

 

Loan Programs

D.C. and Master Degree Programs

Federal Direct Unsubsidized Stafford Loan Master Degree Programs:$20,500
D.C.: May be awarded up to $33,000, less other aid
Variable/Fixed Financial Need Financial aid form, loan application
Federal Direct Perkins Loan $4,000 5% Fixed Financial Need Financial aid form, loan application
All Programs Federal Grad Plus May be awarded up to student budget less other aid Variable/Fixed Credit Worthy Loan Application

All Programs

U.S. and International Student Private Loans Amounts vary Varies by loan program Varies by loan program Contact the financial aid office for information

NYCC particpates in all of the U.S. Department of Education's Direct Loan programs. Eligible students needing to borrow funds are strongly encouraged to secure funding through these programs first. The Direct Loan programs have unique deferment, repayment and loan forgiveness options that other student loan programs do not. If you have questions concerning the terms of these loans you may refer to the U.S. Department of Education's Student Loan website www.studentloans.gov, or you may contact the NYCC Financial Aid Office at 1-800-234-6922 ext. 3063 or email mloughney@nycc.edu.

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Work-Study Program

D.C. and M.S.A./M.S.A.O.M.
programs

Federal work study

Varies based on workload and unmet need

Financial Need

Financial aid form and NYCC application

Student Expense Budgets

*These estimated expenses represent two trimesters (one academic year/eight month period) and may vary due to modest increases or individual factors. Please consult the Financial Aid office on your special individual financial situation such as child care and insurance expenses.

The Doctor of Chiropractic program college tuition and fee costs, based on 2014-2015 school year rates, totals $113,230.00. Tuition and fees are subject to adjustments authorized by the Board of Trustees. In such cases, due notice will be given.

*These estimated expenses represent two trimesters (one academic year/eight month period) and may vary due to modest increases or individual factors. Please consult the Financial Aid office on your special individual financial situation such as child care and insurance expenses.

Tuition for the MSA and MSAOM programs is charged each term at a per credit hour rate of $492.00.
The Master of Science in Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine program college tuition and fee costs, based on 2014-2015 school year rates, totals $83,295.00. Tuition and fees are subject to adjustments authorized by the Board of Trustees. In such cases, due notice will be given.
The Master of Science in Acupuncture program college tuition and fee costs, based on 2014-2015 school year rates, totals $61,360.00. Tuition and fees are subject to adjustments authorized by the Board of Trustees. In such cases, due notice will be given.

*These estimated expenses represent two trimesters (one academic year/eight month period).

Online Program tuition is charged each term at a per credit hour rate of $621.00.
The Online program college tuition cost, based on 2014-2015 school year rates, totals $22,356.00. Tuition is subject to adjustments authorized by the Board of Trustees. In such cases, due notice will be given.

This Financial Aid information reflects data available at the time of the catalog publication. State and federal legislation may affect the student’s eligibility and the academic year amounts of the award available. Current funding levels and regulations may be requested from the NYCC Financial Aid office.

Applying for Financial Aid

Financial Aid Code of Conduct

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