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Furthering your financial literacy begins right here, with a site dedicated to providing you with the critical information you need to keep you informed and to remain a responsible consumer.
The Campus Financial Programs and Events Calendar lists campus-based and University-wide workshops, orientations and other programming opportunities that are designed to assist you with the financial planning and actions. Links to other resources from University Offices and helpful websites are also included.
The New York State Higher Education Corporation (HESC) has launched a College Financial Aid Award Letter Comparison Tool to help college-bound students and families interpret their award letters and get the bottom line cost of each college before making a final decision. The tool allows students and families to see side-by-side comparisons, highlights net costs and estimates the full two- or four-year cost of each college. See tool New York State Higher Education Services Corporation (HESC) brochure.
The CUNY Matthew Goldstein Scholarship Program is now available, and seeks to support the persistence and graduation of CUNY students who must take reduced course loads as reasonable accommodations for their disabilities. Applications due by June 25, 2014. Download application here.
Learn financial management basics, get current loan debt and history, future debt estimates and more with step-by-step interactive tutorials. Contact your campus financial aid counselor for assistance.
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