Guttman Community College disburses both Federal and New York State financial aid to all eligible students. To be considered for financial aid eligibility, you must take the first step and submit a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). At Guttman, we are ready to answer all your questions about how to apply for Financial Aid and guide you through the entire application process.
Financial aid provides eligible students the ability to finance their college education. Matriculated students attending or planning to attend Guttman on a part-time or full-time basis may apply for Federal Student Aid programs.
New York State Higher Education Servies Corporation (HESC) provides students with a variety of NYS grant and scholarship opportunities. Matriculated students attending or planning to attend college on a part-time or full-time basis may apply for NYS Student Aid programs.
There are different types of financial aid appeals that students can submit to regain eligibility, request consideration for additional aid or document extenuating circumstances to adjust certain data elements on the financial aid application.
Federal and New York State financial aid programs have eligibility requirements that all students must meet in order to maintain eligibility. After applying for financial aid, it is a vital step to understand how to maintain your financial aid eligibility throughout college.