A college education is one of the most important investments one will ever make. At The College of New Rochelle, we are committed to making a quality education affordable. Over 90 percent of our students receive need-based financial assistance and/or merit scholarships. Scholarships range from $3,000 to full-tuition, and grants for resident students are also available.
Apply for Financial Aid
The Financial Aid Office will consider each student for financial aid on the basis of a need analysis of the applications for aid and income tax returns. Each student will receive a financial aid package indicating the amount of money expected from all sources. It is the student's responsibility to see that all correspondence with external funding agencies is submitted to the appropriate office so that his/her account can be properly credited. Applying for financial aid at The College of New Rochelle is easy. Just follow the instructions below:
Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online or on paper. The FAFSA should be completed as close to January 1, and as soon after completing your federal tax return, as possible. It is not necessary to wait to be accepted to CNR to begin this process. The College of New Rochelle FAFSA code is 002704. New York State will mail each student a pre-printed application for the Tuition Assistance Program (TAP) when he/she completes the FAFSA.
Delaware: State Scholarship and Grant Program; call 302.577.6055.
Rhode Island: State Scholarship and Grant Program -- Student must attend at least part-time and have financial need; call 401.277.2050.
Vermont: Incentive Grant -- Student must apply by March 1 and must attend at least part-time and have financial need; call 802.655.9602.