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Concordia Grant Aid and Scholarships are available to full-time, matriculated undergraduate students. In order to be considered for a grant or scholarship, students must complete the FAFSA. Go to this link for more information about Concordia’s scholarship and grant awards.
Concordia participates in the Federal Direct Loan Program, administering both Direct Student Loans and Direct Graduate and Parent Loans (PLUS). In order to receive Federal Direct Loans, students must complete the FAFSA. Go to this link for more information about Student and Parent Loans.
Opportunities to work on and off-campus are available from the Office of Career Development. PAYMENT PLAN
For those who find it more convenient to pay on a monthly basis, Concordia offers a payment plan. To learn more please visit Banner Self Service, or contact the Student Accounts Office for more information.
Concordia College has defined, for purposes of student financial aid, “measurable satisfactory academic progress”. The following students are affected by this policy:
Satisfactory Academic Progress Standards for Financial Aid Recipients
Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) is the term used to define successful completion of coursework to maintain eligibility for student financial aid. Federal regulations require Concordia College-New York to establish, publish and apply standards to monitor your progress towards completion of your certificate or degree program. If you do not meet these standards, you will be placed on financial aid probation or suspension.
Your academic performance must meet the following SAP standards:
Qualitative standard: Represented by your grade point average (GPA). You must maintain a minimum cumulative GPA to remain eligible for financial aid.
Quantitative standard: This standard has two parts. First, you must complete your degree or certificate program within a maximum timeframe, which may vary according to your student status and program. Second, you must successfully complete a required percentage of the credits you attempt. This component is referred to as your credit completion ratio.
See our Catalog for more information.