The deadline to submit this appeal form is Friday, June 17 at 5:00 p.m.
Students who do not meet the June 17 deadline may submit their appeal beginning Monday, June 20 when this form will be made available again for an additional period.
Please submit this appeal form only if you are a returning undergraduate student and wish to request additional scholarship funds due to a significant change in your financial circumstances. All other students should not use this form, and should use instead send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org for other financial aid inquiries.
You must complete the 2016-2017 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) before you submit this appeal form. Students who met the NYU priority FAFSA deadline of May 1, 2016 will receive preference.
IMPORTANT NOTE For International Students: If you are an international returning undergraduate seeking appeal funds and have not completed the 2016-2017 CSS/Financial Aid PROFILE application you must do so before submitting this appeal form to be considered for funding. Appeals are typically awarded based on a student's financial situation (which you may describe on this form), financial need (which the PROFILE will determine), as well as your academic success. International students are ineligible to complete the FAFSA (a U.S. federal form), but must complete the CSS/Financial Aid PROFILE application for appeal consideration.
The Financial Aid Appeal Committee will evaluate your request and a notice of their decision will be posted to your account on NYU Albert no later than July 8. Appeal funds received for 2016-2017 are not renewable for the 2017-2018 academic year.
All decisions are final, and students will not be considered more than once. Resources are limited, and submitting this appeal does not guarantee additional scholarship funding.
Additional NYU scholarship amounts you receive as a result of this appeal may decrease your eligibility for federal financial aid. In accordance with federal student aid regulations, the Office of Financial Aid may be required to reduce your federal loans and/or federal work-study earnings.
If you do not receive a decision notice, or if your appeal is denied, you remain responsible for making sufficient payment for the fall semester. If your appeal is approved after you have paid your outstanding balance in full, a refund will be credited to your account via the Office of the Bursar. Students may also want to consider Bursar Payment Plan options and outside sources of scholarship to assist with the planning and funding of finances for the upcoming year.