There are a variety of financial aid programs available to graduate and professional students, ranging from fellowships to scholarships and loan programs. Although sources are limited, the following information details the variety of programs to which a graduate or a professional student may apply.
If you have additional questions concerning the Metropolitan Campus, we can be reached at 201-692-2363, for questions or concerns regarding the College at Florham, we can be reached at 973-443-8700.
As stated by the United States Department of Education, a student must maintain "satisfactory academic progress" to establish continued eligibility for financial aid funding. As required, the Office of Financial Aid reviews all financial aid recipients for the appropriate academic progress to determine renewal eligibility once annually (at the conclusion of the spring semester). Failure to maintain academic progress will result in the loss of financial aid funding until eligibility is re-established by completing the appropriate course work and/ or achieving the appropriate grade point ratio (GPR). Inquiries regarding satisfactory academic standards may be addressed at the Office of Financial Aid.
For Full-time Students (9 credits for three terms)
For Part-time Students (4.5 credits for three terms)
The SmartStudentTM Guide to Financial Aid - finaid.org
NJ Higher Education Student Assistance Authority - hessa.org
Student Loan Marketing Association - salliemae.com
Federal Office of Post-Secondary Education - ed.gov/offices/OPE
Direct Loans: William D. Ford Federal Loan Program - ed.gov/DirectLoan
FastWeb: Free Scholarship and College Searches Plus Financial Aid Tools - fastweb.com
Wired Scholar - The Planning for College Destination - wiredscholar.com
Armed Forces Financial Aid - myfuture.com
National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators - nasfaa.org