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Financial Aid Application Procedure 2013-2014

  • IGHSPN students are eligible to apply for Federal Pell Grants and federal student and parent loans. Full-time students are also eligible to apply for New York State TAP Grants.
     
  • Begin the financial aid application process any time after 1/1/13 by completing the 2013-2014 FREE Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The FAFSA is your application for ALL of the financial aid programs noted above. You are strongly encouraged to use the "Link to IRS" option in the financial section of the FAFSA.  Our federal school code is 015201 (we are listed AS "Rochester General Hospital").
     
  • If you will be a Full-time student, you should complete your NYS TAP application in the same session immediately after completing the FAFSA. Part-time students are not eligible for TAP.
  • Additional grant funding may be available to you through a Monroe County agency called Rochester Works. We encourage all students to investigate their eligibility for this grant by calling Rochester Works directly at (585) 258-3500.  Call early, because funds are limited.
  • If you are considering borrowing a federal student or parent loan, you will need to complete both an electronic Master Promissory Note and Entrance Counseling online through the Federal Direct Loan program at www.studentloans.gov.  Note that our school name on this website, too, is "Rochester General Hospital."
  • All accepted students will be required to meet with the IGHSPN Financial Advisor between May and July to finalize financial aid applications and/or payment arrangements. You will need to print and bring with you an IGHSPN Financial Aid Supplement. If you did not "Link to IRS" on your FAFSA, you will also need to bring with you a copy of your 2012 IRS Form 1040.  Financial aid Award Letters will be mailed to students shortly after this meeting.
     
  • The five-page IGHSPN Financial Aid Guide 2013-14 contains detailed information about the financial aid programs noted above, as well as federal, NYS, and IGHSPN financial aid policies and procedures.  Also review IGHSPN Financial Aid At-A-Glance, which gives a quick overview of the aid programs.

Questions? Contact the IGHSPN Financial Aid Advisor , Toni Greenlee, by email or by phone at (585) 922-1431.

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