Financial Aid

Financial Aid News & Events


Need Money For College?  Join us for a free Financial Aid Workshop!
Complete a 2014-2015 Financial Aid Application with us.
NJIT will be hosting free FAFSA Workshops every Saturday from 9:00am to 12:00pm starting Saturday, March 15, 2014 until Saturday April 26, 2014 (Please note there will be no workshop on Saturday April 19, 2014).
For additional information view the FAFSA Flyer.

2014-2015 Financial Aid Process Webinars

Join us for a live Webinar presentation where the Office of Student Financial Aid Services (SFAS) will discuss the recent 2014-2015 merit aid packages. We will go over the scholarship process, requirements, deadlines and alert you about the FAFSA process (application used to determine need-based aid such as grants, work-study and loans).

The meetings will be online via WebEx, see details below:

Topic: 2014-2015 Financial Aid Process
Date: Wednesdays (Weekly starting February 26, 2014 - May 7, 2014.)
Time: 4:00pm – 5:00pm

To join the online meeting (Now from mobile devices!)

1. Go to

2. If requested, enter your name and email address.

3. If a password is required, enter the meeting password: njitfinaid

4. Click "Join". 
(Note: Once you click "Join", you will need a speaker to hear the presentation. If you want to ask questions you can speak if you have a microphone or you can type your question in the "chat" box).

You may download the presentation by clicking here.

Curious about financial aid and how it works? Wondering how you're going to pay for your education? Or maybe you'd simply like to know what happens after you file your FAFSA. Find the answers you want in our downloadable semester newsletter.

Student Financial Aid Services (SFAS)  Newsletters

Do You Want Free Money for 2013–2014?

Are you a NJ resident who has applied for financial aid? If so, the NJ Higher Education Student Assistance Authority’s (HESAA) needs more information from you.

If you are a NJ resident who has filed a 2013-2014 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), you will be required to respond to HESAA’s e-mail request for additional information in order to be considered for NJ state aid programs, such as the Tuition Aid Grant (TAG) and the NJ STARS II. Dependent students will be asked to respond to three questions, and independent students will be asked an additional question regarding veterans' benefits.

The e-mail will include a direct link that you can click to begin the process, but why wait? Get a head start on your educational financing and go now to, click on the "Report Additional Information for State Aid” link, and enter your username and password. If you do not have one, you will need to create one. Once you have successfully signed into the HESAA system, enter the requested data. It’s never too soon to apply for free money!

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