Financial aid for graduate and professional students is available from various sources (institutional, federal and private) and include fellowships, scholarships, grants and loan programs. To apply for financial aid, students must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by February 15. Please use the appropriate school code when completing the FAFSA to prevent delays:
College at Florham 004738
Metropolitan College 002607
If you have additional questions you may email us at email@example.com. Students at the Metropolitan Campus, may contact us via telephone at 201-692-2363. Students at the College at Florham may contact us at 973-443-8700.
Financial aid awards are processed annually based on continued financial need, enrollment status, availability of funds, and maintaining satisfactory academic progress. Students with extenuating circumstances (such as unemployment, death or serious illness in the family) that are not reflected on the FAFSA are encouraged to visit the Office of Financial Aid at any point during the year. Additional financial aid may be available; documentation of circumstances will be required for a re-evaluation and consideration of additional financial aid.
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