The Office of Student Financial Services is here to help you navigate forms and procedures for all tuition- and loan-related matters. You can contact us at (212) 998-9830 Monday through Friday, during our telephone service hours of 9:00 am to 2:00pm and 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm.
You can visit our office during our walk-in hours: Monday through Friday from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm and 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm. Appointments may be available at other hours. Please send a request via email and someone will respond to confirm availability.
We are located at
433 First Avenue, Suite 125.
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The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is the basic application form for most student aid programs. We strongly encourage students to apply for financial aid electronically by using FAFSA on the Web, the fastest and most accurate method; the FAFSA is transmitted directly to the U.S. Department of Education and eliminates the additional processing time associated with a traditional printed form. This process is quicker and better for you and for New York University. FAFSA on the Web permits you to review the status of your submitted application and make changes if necessary.
The current FAFSA is available beginning October 1. It is never too late to apply for financial aid. Be sure to specify New York University in the school section of the FAFSA: the federal school code number for NYU is 002785.
Students and parents of dependent students may use a FSA ID (Federal Student Aid ID) to sign the FAFSA electronically and avoid the need to print and mail a signature page. The FSA ID can be used each year to apply for federal student aid and to review your record online at the U.S. Department of Education. Request your FSA ID. Once your information is verified with the Social Security Administration (1-3 days from the date you apply), you will receive an email indicating that the process is complete. At that time, you will be able to use your FSA ID to fully access your financial aid information on any Education Department site that requires a FSA ID.
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Key messages and important items to consider as you view the presentation.
Part 1 Video
Detailed look at actual out-of-pocket costs for dental school and the real cost of borrowing.
Part 2 Video
Important information about what you will be borrowing, terms and conditions, repayment examples, and why dental school graduates are well known for responsible repayment.
Part 3 Video
Changes to loan programs and things to keep on your radar screen during dental school that may impact your repayment strategy.
Part 4 Video
Relationship between student loans and credit, and how they can help you build a positive credit history.
Part 5 Video
Some common sense ways to keep on top of your borrowing during dental school and resources to help.