Awarded a Scholarship? File your FAFSA. Receive your Award.

Awarded a Scholarship? File your FAFSA. Receive your Award.

Were you awarded an institutional merit-based scholarship? Want to see that scholarship applied to your bill? The terms of your scholarship outlined in your original scholarship letter require you to file a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) each academic year to ensure that you have maximized all sources of aid available.

Free money is the best type of aid available and we don’t want you to miss out on utilizing all aid for which you are eligible.

If you have not already done so, file your 2019-2020 FAFSA by visiting fafsa.gov and logging in with your FSA ID and password.

If you are a New Jersey resident, after filing the application, please log on to NJFAMS at njfams.hesaa.org and complete the additional questions to determine your eligibility for state aid.

If you do not complete the application, your scholarship will not be applied to your bill and you will be responsible for any balance you have with the Bursar’s Office.

If you need additional funds to cover the cost of your education, consider utilizing our Scholarship Resource Center to search for private scholarships.

Feel free to contact our office here with any questions.

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