Several financial aid programs are available for graduate students at Queens College.
These include the Federal Work-Study Program, the federal Direct Loan and Perkins Loan programs, and for students in specific degree programs, the TEACH Grant.
To be eligible for Federal Work-Study, you must file a FAFSA and receive a work-study award. Make sure to file for financial aid as early as you can, as work-study funds are limited. For further information on eligibility requirements and placement procedures, please visit our Federal Work-Study page.
The federal Direct Loan program is available to students who have filed a FAFSA and meet the federal government's eligibility requirements. For complete details on the program, please visit the Direct Loan page.
The Perkins Loan is a campus-based loan awarded to both undergraduate and graduate students. As with Work-Study, the FAFSA must be filed early as funds are limited. To learn more about this program, please visit our Perkins Loan website.
The TEACH grant is available only to students in certain graduate education programs. Potential TEACH Grant recipients must file FAFSA and take several additional steps to be eligible. Full details on which programs qualify and the forms required are available on the TEACH Grant page.
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Due to current circumstances and in efforts to protect the health and safety of our community, the QC Hub will be virtual until the foreseeable future.
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- The last day to add courses was Tuesday, August 31,2021. Your registration as of August 31 will be used to determine your maximum financial aid eligibility for the semester (grants, loans and work-study).
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