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Grants, Loans and Scholarships

Several financial aid programs exist to help students offset the cost of attendance at York College. These include federal and New York state grants, programs for part-time study, work-study, programs for veterans, loans, and institutional assistance & scholarships.

A number of federal and state grants are available to those students who qualify.

Pell Grant Payment Chart 2022-2023
The awards listed represent the per semester award based on your EFC (Estimated Family Contribution), which was listed on your Student Aid Report. Full-time status is defined as at least 12 credits, 3/4 time is 9-11 credits, and half-time is 6-8.5 credits.

Scholarship information can be found at the Scholarships Center Website

Borrowing money to pay your tuition and other educational costs.

State Aid
New York State administers several financial aid programs.

Teach Grant
The TEACH Grant Program is a federal program that provides grants of up to $4,000 per year to undergraduate students preparing to be teachers in a high-need field.