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Scholarships and Other Sources of Financial Aid

Finding Other Sources of Aid for Attendance at Queens College

Aid awarded through the Financial Aid Office is based primarily on financial need. The following resources at Queens College might be helpful in finding private scholarships, other merit-based grant awards, and non-work-study jobs:

  • Financial Aid Office bulletin boards (Jefferson Hall, second floor hallway)
  • Undergraduate Admissions Office and its website at our scholarships page for awards to entering undergraduates
  • Office of Honors and Scholarships (Honors Hall, Temp 3), and its website at our scholarships page for information about nationwide scholarships and fellowships for students applying to graduate school programs
  • Academic department listings of awards in the Undergraduate and Graduate Bulletins and on their websites, for awards to continuing students
  • Academic departments and pre-professional advisement offices—links at Academics
  • International Student Services (Student Union room 327) and its website, for important information for students attending or planning to attend on student visas
  • Office of Career Development and Internships (Frese Hall/B Building, Room 213) and its website, for jobs not funded by the work-study program
The following resources on CUNY's website may be useful: You might also explore the following as part of your search:
  • Find books that list college scholarships—consult the reference section of public libraries.
  • Ask if your job, union, organization (or a parent's job, union, organization) sponsor an award program.
  • Try some of the free web-based scholarship searches and other web-based references for suggestions that might highlight resources for certain areas of interest or categories of students. Examples include:

Be alert to scholarship scams. Information about some of these scams is posted by:

Web Search CAUTIONS!!!

  • Do not pay to get a scholarship!
  • Use the same cautions you use regularly on the web. Safeguard your privacy while still supplying enough information for the scholarship search to be useful.
  • If you feel uncomfortable entering personal information requested by a website, don't do it.


 Office Information

Phone: 718-997-5102
Fax: 718-997-5122 

Assistance with the aid process is available in the One Stop Service Center in the Dining Hall. For more on the One Stop, visit

College Codes
FAFSA College Code - 002690
TAP College Code - 1416

ECSI College Code - F5

  • NEWS
  • Fall 2​015-​ Important Dates & Deadlines ​
  • URGENT - Th​e last day to add courses is September 2nd. Your registration as of September 2nd will be used to determine your maximum financial aid eligibility for the semester (grants, l​o​ans, and workstudy).
  • September 16th​ is the Last day to declare a major for TAP/APTS eligibility Fall 2015
  • Aid for Part-Time Study (APTS) Deadline is October 1st 2015

  • *NEW* - Preview our new Financial Aid TV videos HERE for detailed information about Federal and NY State aid.  While we work to integrate these into our site, please see the rest of our site for Queens College specific deadlines, forms and processes. Download or update the QC Mobil app for a simpler Financial Aid TV mobil experience.
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 Useful Telephone Numbers


FAFSA Application Status 1-800-433-3243

FAFSA Technical Assistance 1-800-433-3243
NYS TAP Processing/Status 1-888-697-4372
Direct Loan Inquiries 1-800-848-0979
Selective Service 1-847-688-6888
Internal Revenue Service 1-800-829-1040
TuitionPay Payment Plan 1-800-635-0120


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