A college education is one of the most important investments one can make, and The College of New Rochelle is committed to making a quality education affordable.
To be considered for all forms of financial aid, a student must submit a FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) application. This includes college need-based grants, New York state TAP, federal PELL grant, SEOG (Supplemental Opportunity Grant), subsidized direct loan, unsubsidized direct loan, and college work study and/or campus employment.
More than 92 percent of CNR students receive financial assistance in the form of merit scholarships and/or need-based grants. The College of New Rochelle FAFSA code is 002704.
Scholarship awards range from $7,000 to full tuition, full housing, and grants are available for students intending to live on campus.
We firmly believe that recognizing academic achievement through merit scholarships, which are awarded at the time of acceptance, and other specialized grants, and by providing financial support to deserving students of diverse economic and social backgrounds, we best promote and maintain the educational goals that are central to the mission of the College.
The ability to provide a competitive financial aid package to students who might otherwise be unable to obtain a quality education clearly benefits and enriches the College Community.