The new version of the FAFSA application that will take effect beginning in the Fall 2016 term is now available to complete at www.fafsa.gov.
Through the generosity of donors, Mercy College of Health Sciences has more than $480,000 in scholarship dollars to distribute in the 2015-16 school year.
You're busy ... we understand ... and paying for college is not top of mind ... however, staying ahead of it could save time and money.There have been many changes over the last few terms, so whether you have been here for a while or are a new student, let’s talk about the tools that are out there for you.
Through the generosity of donors, Mercy College of Health Sciences has more than $490,000 in scholarship dollars to distribute in the 2015-16 school year.
Our team of full-time Financial Aid professionals have successfully collaborated with hundreds of Mercy College students and alumni to develop personalized financial aid packages.
The first step to receiving financial aid is filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Mercy College's school code 006273. Once a student receives his or her FAFSA award notice, usually during late spring or summer, it becomes more clear how the student can pay for their education.
Don't forget to inquire with your organization's human resource office to determine if your benefits include tuition reimbursement, you might be pleasantly surprised.
According to Financial Aid Director Lisa Croat "83% of students attending Mercy College receive some type of financial aid, many of whom receive assistance from federal and state programs."