SEEK students are eligible for extended semesters of financial aid, and most SEEK students receive both Pell and Tuition Assistance Program (TAP) grants. While a non-SEEK student receives 8 semesters of TAP, SEEK students receive 10. Because these are grants and not loans, this money does not need to be repaid.
In addition, students are given a stipend for books each semester, and their technology fees are covered.
The following is a GUIDELINE for determining economic eligibility for Special Programs. It is not a substitute for an actual eligibility assessment. Please contact the Baruch Office of Financial Aid at 646-312-1360 for more information.
|ECONOMIC GUIDELINES CHART
|FOR STUDENTS FIRST ENTERING COLLEGE BETWEEN JULY 1, 2011
AND JUNE 30, 2012
|ACADEMIC YEAR: 2012-2013
|Number of Members in Household
(including head of household)
|For each additional household member in excess of 7, add $7,326.
Applying for Financial Aid
Students must file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to become eligible for any and all forms of financial support. In addition, they must show eligibility by submitting tax return forms. Students are also encouraged to apply for college-sponsored scholarships. Students can speak to their counselors about the wide variety of scholarships available. You can also visit the Baruch College scholarship webpage: scholarships
To receive further information:
For more information about Financial Aid, please contact Mr. Jeffrey Sampson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Go to Baruch College Financial Aid page