Application Procedures: Applications for these grants consist of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid.
Selection of Recipients and Allocation of Awards: The applicant must:
have financial need, to the extent that without the award his/her education could not be continued;
enroll as a matriculated student taking at least six credits.
Award Schedule: The amount of the award ranges from $100 upwards. These grants are not duplicative of tuition for TAP purposes.
Rights and Responsibilities of Recipients: The student must continue to make satisfactory academic progress.
Application Procedures: Application is made through the College Financial Aid Office and includes a Free Application for Student Aid.
Selection of Recipients and Allocation of Awards: Employment is awarded to students who demonstrate suitability for the work program.
Award Schedule: The amount of work allocation varies. The hourly rate of pay is consistent with the Department of Labor’s minimum wage scale.
College of New Rochelle Employee Tuition Remission
Application Procedures: Faculty and staff members seeking tuition remission must file a remission application with the Department of Human Resources and must also file for financial aid with the Financial Aid Office.* All applications must be received in the Department of Human Resources and Financial Aid Office prior to registration. Filing for financial aid and tuition remission is an annual process.
*The Financial Aid Counselor will be requiring all applicants for a tuition waiver to complete a FAFSA and CNR Financial Aid Application. Candidates for a waiver should bring the approved Human Resources Application and a copy of their family 2011 Federal income tax forms.
Selection of Recipients and Allocation of Awards: After one year of continuous fulltime employment, faculty and staff meeting admission requirements may take courses on a matriculated basis in any of the College’s four schools, with one-half tuition remitted.
The balance of the tuition may be stretched out and waived in future semesters if the faculty/staff member continues in employment. After two years of continuous full-time employment, faculty and staff meeting admission requirements may take courses on a matriculated basis in any of the College’s four schools, with full tuition remission.
Spouses of faculty and staff with one year of continuous full-time employment upon admission may take courses on a matriculated basis in any of the College’s three undergraduate schools, with one-half tuition remitted. Dependent children of faculty and staff with one-year of continuous full-time employment, when admitted, may take courses on a matriculated basis in the School of Arts and Sciences and the generic undergraduate program in the School of Nursing, with one-half tuition remitted.
The tuition waiver covers tuition only, and will be calculated after deducting all other financial aid available to the student. Students cannot be in default of an educational loan and receive this waiver.