Eligibility: All Students

  • Eligibility for New York Institute of Technology institutional scholarships, grants, and assistantships is limited to students whose campus home location is Long Island, New York City, or online, unless otherwise stated.
  • The university reserves the right to revise its financial aid programs. All programs are subject to change due to modifications in government or institutional policies. Additional criteria and information may be obtained from the Office of Financial Aid. Students are responsible for reading Financial Aid Disclosures before deciding to accept or decline their financial aid.
  • Institutional scholarships and grants are awarded and applicable to fall and spring semesters only. Occasionally, certain graduate awards within a unique graduate program, may be available during a summer term.
  • All registered credits, for determination of eligibility, must be applicable to the student’s degree program of study.
  • Students have the responsibility to request, complete, and submit all forms with necessary documentation for all financial aid programs, including scholarships, in a timely manner.
  • Awards are not granted retroactively.
  • Any designated “tuition-only” award cannot exceed the cost of tuition and will be reduced accordingly.
  • For maximum consideration for all types of scholarships and awards, students must file the FAFSA by the February 14 priority date (international students are not required to complete the FAFSA). Additional information on program-specific awards and availability can be found by visiting the Office of Financial Aid online.
  • Students must maintain continuous enrollment and the minimum cumulative GPA required.

Maintaining Eligibility

If you are receiving federal financial aid or institutional funds, you must make Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) toward completing your degree program in a timely manner.

New York Institute of Technology scholarships are offered based on full-time enrollment (nine credits or more for graduate students). To receive an institutional scholarship, you must be enrolled for a minimum of three credits every semester and satisfy cumulative grade point average requirements. Scholarship amounts may be prorated for part-time enrollment.

If you are convicted for any offense under federal or state law involving the possession or sale of illegal drugs while enrolled, and that conviction occurs while you are receiving federal financial aid, you will lose eligibility for any such aid, including grants, loans, and work-study assistance.