S2009 Schurman Hall
Ithaca, NY 14853
A limited number of need-based College grants are available. For information on how to apply for these grants please visit our Applying for Financial Aid page.
Financial assistance based on family income is provided to students who are legal residents of certain states. Please check with your State Department of Education to see if there are any available in your state.
Additional resources identified at any time after submitting the financial aid application(s) must be promptly reported to the Financial Aid Office. If an offer of financial aid has already been made, it will be reviewed and adjusted as necessary to ensure that total resources do not exceed calculated need. Receipt of outside scholarships or loans will first cause any unsubsidized loans in the student's package to be reduced, then campus-based loans would be reduced by any remaining over award amount.
All scholarship and grant funds received in excess of amounts used for payment of tuition, fees, books, supplies and equipment are considered taxable income for U.S. income tax purposes. It is the students' responsibility to report this income on the tax return.