Now that you’ve had an opportunity to review the options to help finance your NYU-Poly education, it’s time to begin the financial aid application process. We are confident that the same persistence and talent that brought you to NYU-Poly will help you throughout the financial aid process.
Students who are U.S. citizens or eligible non-citizens who want to be considered for financial aid at NYU-Poly should complete the CSS Profile and the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). New York State residents should also apply for the state’s Tuition Assistance Program (TAP).
NYU-Poly's school codes are as follows:
If you have questions or need assistance at any stage, please contact Financial Aid.
All new students applying NYU-Poly need based aid for Fall 2013 must complete the CSS Profile. NYU-Poly’s school code for the CSS Profile is 2668. Please visit the CSS Profile website for the online application and instructions.
The CSS Profile is available for completion beginning October 1st each year. To insure the maximum amount of institutional aid, applicants are advised to complete the CSS Profile by February 15th. You may submit your profile anytime prior August 1, 2013. You do not have to file your 1040 tax forms to complete the Profile. Please file the Profile as soon as possible.
The CSS Noncustodial PROFILE is also required, if applicable;
Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Please visit the FAFSA website for the online application and instructions.
FAFSA code: 002796
If you are a New York State resident, you can apply for the Tuition Assistance Program (TAP) online. When filing your FAFSA on the web, you will also be able to file your TAP Application. Use the TAP website as a resource when applying.
Undergraduate TAP Code: 0610
If you are an NYU-Poly student who is already receiving aid, or would like to receive aid, you must complete your FAFSA each year (see above for link and our FAFSA code). You should also view this list of downloadable forms you may need to maintain your aid or apply for new aid.
Note: Continuing students are not required to complete the CSS Profile.
Students must be enrolled in a matriculated degree granting program to qualify for federal aid. Graduate students enrolled in a certificate program are not eligible for federal loans.
You can electronically sign your Perkins Promissory Note online.