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Financial Aid for MD Students Applying for Financial Aid

Applying for Financial Aid

To complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and College Scholarship Service (CSS) Profile, MD students at NYU Long Island School of Medicine must submit financial information about themselves, their parents, and if applicable their spouse. Students need the following items:

  • federal income tax returns: all pages and schedules filed
  • W-2 form(s)
  • NYU Long Island School of Medicine FAFSA Institutional Code: 002785
  • CSS Profile Code: 2305
  • Federal Student Aid identification number (FSA ID) issued by the U.S. Department of Education’s Federal Student Aid Office

Students in the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program as well as international students receive our Full-Tuition Scholarships but are not eligible for federal loans. Additional expenses such as fees, housing, food, books, health insurance, and other miscellaneous costs incurred each semester must therefore be paid directly by the student.

In order for a student to receive and maintain federal or institutional funds, the student must be compliant with NYU Long Island School of Medicine’s Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy.

Applications for Different Types of Aid

We have summarized the types of scholarships available and the forms required for U.S. citizens and permanent residents, applicants who are part of the DACA program, and international students.

U.S. Citizens and Permanent Residents
Full-Tuition Scholarship No application required
Full-Tuition Scholarship and Need-Based Debt-Free Scholarship FAFSA and CSS Profile required
Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Program
Full-Tuition Scholarship No application required
Full-Tuition Scholarship and Need-Based Debt-Free Scholarship CSS Profile required
International Students
Full-Tuition Scholarship No application required
Full-Tuition Scholarship and Need-Based Debt-Free Scholarship CSS Profile required

Financial Aid Tax Information, Dates, and Deadlines

Accepted applicants and returning students interested in applying for need-based scholarships or loans for the 2022–23 academic year can submit the FAFSA and CSS profile as early as October 1, 2021, using income and tax information from 2020. Accepted applicants should complete the FAFSA and CSS Profile as soon as possible and no later than April 1 of their application year.

If you are accepted off the waitlist, we ask that you complete the FAFSA and CSS Profile as soon as possible so that we may package your award. Returning medical students should submit their FAFSA and CSS Profiles no later than April 1 for the 2022–23 school year.

If you are not planning on filing a tax return, you may be required to submit a tax waiver form as part of your application materials to declare exemption. We require that you use the Internal Revenue Service Data Retrieval Tool to automatically import your information into the FAFSA.

Contact Us

For questions about the financial aid application process or to arrange an appointment for financial counseling, contact Johnathan Chancellor, director of the Office of Financial Aid, at medli.financialaid@nyulangone.org or 516-240-7242.