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Undergraduate Financial Aid and Scholarships

RIT feels strongly that cost should not prohibit qualified students from considering RIT. With this in mind, the university offers a full range of financial aid programs.

More than 75 percent of RIT full-time undergraduate students receive some type of financial assistance each year. Last year, RIT undergraduates received more than $267 million from all sources, including more than $155 million in scholarships and grants.

Your financial need

Eligibility for need-based financial aid at RIT begins with three basic requirements: graduation from high school or its equivalent, admission in an approved degree program), and demonstration of financial need. Most financial aid programs also require at least half-time enrollment.

Financial need is the difference between the cost of education and the amount a student is expected to contribute toward those educational costs (the expected family contribution). The formula used to calculate the expected family contribution is called the federal methodology, and use of the formula is required when colleges are determining a student’s financial need for any federal financial aid programs. Financial aid programs are designed to supplement the expected family contribution.

The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) should be completed in order to determine a student’s financial need. Information on the FAFSA is used to calculate the expected family contribution. All colleges and universities that award federal financial aid use the FAFSA. Students can complete the FAFSA online at www.fafsa.gov/.

Determination of financial aid eligibility can be complex. Therefore, families are encouraged to contact the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships with any questions or concerns. Students and families are encouraged to pursue all available sources of financial aid. If students are denied financial aid from one source, that does not necessarily mean they will be denied financial aid from another source.

Application

The process of applying for financial aid should begin in January of the year the student plans to attend college. It is important that freshman and transfer applicants submit the FAFSA by March 1 in order to receive full consideration. Current RIT students should submit the FAFSA by April 1 in order to receive full consideration.

Students must reapply for financial aid each year by completing the FAFSA. Also, students must maintain minimum standards of satisfactory academic progress. The Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships will make every effort to provide a similar amount of institutional gift aid, provided students apply on time and demonstrate a similar amount of financial need.

Notification

Freshman and transfer students can expect notification of financial aid awards beginning March 15. Current RIT students can expect award notification beginning in June.

Types of aid

At RIT, there are four general categories of financial aid: scholarships, grants, loans, and employment. An applicant for financial aid is considered for each of these categories.

Scholarships

Scholarshipsgenerally are awarded on the basis of academic record. RIT awards many such scholarships each year. Other typical scholarship sources include corporations, private donors, foundations, fraternal organizations, unions, and local and state governments.

RIT offers academic merit scholarships to both freshman and transfer students.For example, Presidential Scholarships, Achievement Scholarships, and Computing Medal Scholarships are awarded to freshmen. Trustee Scholarships, Achievement Scholarships, and Phi Theta Kappa Scholarships are awarded to transfer students. Scholarship recipients are chosen on the basis of their academic record, recommendations, extracurricular activities, and requirements for their intended major. The combined value of merit scholarships from all sources cannot exceed tuition. Please contact the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships for more details on these programs.

The Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships encourages students to apply for scholarships awarded by private organizations. This is an excellent source of funding that may reduce the need to borrow. In many cases, no adjustment to a student’s financial aid award is necessary. If we are required by federal regulations to adjust a financial aid award as a result of an outside scholarship, we will make every effort to reduce the student’s loan or work study award before reducing RIT need-based grants.

Grants

Grantsare gifts of financial assistance awarded on the basis of demonstrated need. Grant award amounts from RIT vary up to $16,000 per academic year. RIT also awards grants under the federally funded Supplemental Education Opportunity Grant Program (SEOG). The Federal Pell Grant and the New York State Tuition Assistance Program (TAP) are additional examples of grants. Other states offer grants as well.

Student loans

Student loansare provided through a formal financial obligation that must be repaid. Students need to be aware of the interest rates, the method of payment after graduation, and the effect that loans will have on their ability to meet later financial obligations. Student loans generally are not repaid until after graduation or termination of study.

Many students utilize the Subsidized Federal Direct Loan or the Unsubsidized Federal Direct Loan in meeting their costs. RIT also awards Federal Perkins Loans. These programs are administered by the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships for eligible students.

Parents also are eligible to participate in the Federal Parent Loan for Undergraduate Students (PLUS) program. This program is available to supplement other aid programs in meeting educational costs. While the PLUS is not based on need, the amount borrowed in any year cannot exceed educational costs minus other financial aid received.

Private lenders also offer educational loans to assist families in meeting educational expenses. These loans are available to students who are credit worthy as determined by the lender. We encourage students and families to use alternative loans as a last option after first pursuing all federal loan options. Students have the option of choosing their lender for a private loan. Additional information is available from the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships.

Employment

Employment opportunities are available to assist RIT students in meeting college expenses. Students may choose to defray some of their expenses by working part-time while attending the university.

As part of a financial aid award at RIT, students may be offered employment in the federal work-study program. More than 6,000 students are employed on campus each year. The Student Employment Office also assists students in securing part-time employment off campus.

RIT’s cooperative education program is another employment opportunity available to assist in meeting college expenses. Students are encouraged to contact the Office of Cooperative Education and Career Services and their academic adviser to learn more about co-op opportunities.

Academic progress requirements for state aid programs

New York State Tuition Assistance Program (TAP)

In order to receive a TAP grant, an individual must be admitted as a full-time student in an approved program, meet New York State residency and income requirements, pursue the program of study in which he or she is enrolled, and make satisfactory progress toward completion of his or her program of study.

TAP Satisfactory Academic Progress Standards (for non-remedial (HEOP) students who received their first TAP award in 2010-2011 and thereafter)

Bachelor’s Degree – Semester Calendar

  1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th
                 
A Student Must Have Accrued At Least This Many Credits 0 6 15 27 39 51 66 81
                 
With At Least This Grade Point Average 0 1.5 1.8 1.8 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0
               
And Completed a Minumum Number of Credits in The Previous Quarter A State Grant or Scholarship was Received   6 9 9 12 12 12 12

Only students in the HEOP program at RIT are eligible for more than 4 years of undergraduate awards

TAP academic requirements are current as of the 2013-14 year. Standards are subject to change by legislative action.

Completion of a course is defined as meeting course requirements and receiving a letter grade of A, B, C, D or F.

State regulations mandate that if a student repeats a course in which a passing grade acceptable to the university was previously received, the repeated course does not count toward the minimum 12-credit-hour course load required for TAP and other state programs.

In addition, an accelerated TAP payment cannot be received unless the recipient completes a minimum of 24 RIT credit hours in the previous two terms. An accelerated term is the third consecutive term of enrollment at RIT.

Waiver of academic progress standards for TAP

Students who have been denied TAP benefits due to failure to maintain satisfactory standards of academic progress may request a one-time waiver of those standards. State regulations require that these waivers be granted only under extraordinary circumstances. Students failing to meet satisfactory progress standards will be given the opportunity to contact an institutional representative in the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships to discuss their situation. The institutional representative will require documentation as appropriate and establish deadlines for submission of this documentation.

Under the regulations established by the Commissioner of Education, the decision of the institutional representative will be final. Students who, in the judgment of the institutional representative, satisfactorily meet the criteria for the waiver may have one waiver at the undergraduate level. Those wishing to apply for waivers must do so during the term in which notification of TAP denial was sent.

Reasons for which a waiver may be granted include the following:

1. Verifiable illness of the student or member of the student’s immediate family during the semester in which academic standards were not met

2. Death of a member of the student’s family during the semester in which standards were not met

3. Divorce/separation within the student’s immediate family creating a demonstrable financial/emotional disruption sufficient to affect progress

4. Circumstances that the student feels were extenuating; applicants must explain why circumstances were extenuating and beyond their control

These regulations are subject to legislative change.

Academic progress requirements for federal aid programs

Federal regulations require financial aid recipients to maintain minimum standards of satisfactory academic progress (SAP) for continued receipt of federally sponsored aid. All students receiving federal assistance must remain admitted in a degree program. Regulations require a maximum time frame for degree completion, a quantitative measurement (credits attempted versus earned toward a degree) and a qualitative measurement (cumulative grade point average). The annual review of academic progress at the end of spring term each year considers all terms of enrollment, including terms in which no federal aid was received.

Students are allowed a maximum of 150 percent of the published program length to complete their program (i.e. 120 credit program = 180 credit maximum).

The minimum qualitative, or grade point average requirement is outlined below:

Completion of first semester—minimum cumulative GPA = 1.5
Completion of second semester—minimum cumulative GPA = 1.5
Completion of third semester—minimum cumulative GPA = 18
Completion of semesters 4 to 12—minimum cumulative GPA = 2.0

In order to successfully meet the quantitative component of satisfactory academic progress, students must complete 66.67 percent of credits attempted. The following are considered attempted credits:

  • Withdrawals
  • Repeated courses
  • Non-matriculated courses
  • Incompletes
  • Grade exclusions
  • Credit by exam

Additional eligibility requirements

Transfer students

Cumulative grade point average requirements are the same as for nontransfer students (i.e., students must obtain a 2.0 GPA at the end of their second year). Transfer students also are expected to complete 66.67 percent of credits attempted. And, transfer students are allowed a maximum of 150 percent of the published program length to complete their program.

Repeated coursework

Students repeating a course, previously passed may do so only once. A course repeated more than once will not be included when determining enrollment status for federally sponsored financial aid.

The federal standards of satisfactory academic progress are applicable to the following aid programs: Federal Work-Study, Federal Pell and SEOG grants, and Federal Perkins, Direct Subsidized, Direct Unsubsidized, and Direct PLUS loans.

Student loan recipients also should note that all Federal Direct Loan Programs have specific annual and cumulative maximum amounts. The loan limits are listed in the Undergraduate Financial Aid Programs 2013–14 chart and in the U.S. Department of Education Student Guide. Copies of the guide are available in the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships.

Notification and appeal

Students whose academic progress is not in compliance with federal regulations will be notified of the deficiency. Students who do not meet minimum SAP standards may continue to receive federal aid during a probationary period, not to exceed one academic year, and; not to exceed the 150% timeframe for degree completion, as the result of a successful appeal. Students may appeal due to special circumstances such as death of a relative, or injury or illness of the student. The following information must be provided to the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships to be considered for receipt of federally-sponsored financial aid during a probationary period:

  1. Documentation of student’s special circumstances
  2. Written letter from student indicating why the student failed to make SAP and what has changed in the student’s situation that would allow the student to meet SAP standards, and
  3. A written plan of work from the student’s academic advisor which outlines the courses required and the minimum GPA requirements for the next academic year

Academic progress requirements for RIT grants and scholarships

Academic progress requirements for RIT need-based grants are the same as the requirements for federal aid programs. Academic requirements and award duration for merit or special-purpose scholarship programs sponsored by RIT may differ from those used in RIT’s need-based programs. Recipients are advised of merit scholarship terms and conditions at the time awards are made.

Student responsibilities

Recipients of financial aid are responsible for reporting any significant changes in their financial situation during the year to the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships for review. These changes may require a revision to the applicant’s financial aid.

Financial aid refund policy

Return of federal funds

In accordance with federal regulations, the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships recalculates quarterly federal aid eligibility for students who withdraw, drop out, are suspended, or take a leave of absence prior to completing 60 percent of a term.

“Withdrawal date” is defined as the actual date the student initiated the withdrawal process, the student’s last date of recorded attendance, or the midpoint of the semester for a student who leaves without notifying the university. Recalculation is based on the percent of earned aid using the following formula: number of days completed up to the withdrawal date/total days in the semester. Aid returned to federal programs is then equal to 100 percent minus the percentage earned multiplied by the amount of federal aid disbursed.

Funds are returned to the federal government in the following sequence: Federal Direct Unsubsidized Loans, Federal Direct Subsidized Loans, Federal Perkins Loans, Federal Graduate PLUS, Federal Parent PLUS Loans, Federal Pell Grants, Federal SEOG, other federal grants.

Late disbursement

If the student is otherwise eligible, the first disbursement of Federal Direct Subsidized Loan or Federal Direct Unsubsidized Loan proceeds is allowed up to 180 days after the student has ceased to be enrolled. Subsequent disbursements are not allowed.

State scholarships

Regulations vary. Any adjustments are done in accordance with the specific requirements of the sponsoring state.

Privately funded grants and scholarships

In the absence of specific instructions from the sponsor, 100 percent of the semester award will be credited to the student’s account.

RIT grants and scholarships

If a credit balance remains after all federal, state, and private adjustments, a percentage of the remaining credit balance is returned to the RIT scholarship account according to the following formula:

Scholarship                                                                                       
Scholarship plus                         =                Percent returned to                   RIT            X                Remaining credit balance
student payments                                        scholarship program                                   

UNDERGRADUATE FINANCIAL AID PROGRAMS 2013-14

MERIT SCHOLARSHIPS ELIGIBILITY AMOUNT † WHERE TO APPLY
RIT Presidential Scholarships Freshman applicants with combined SAT scores of 1950 or higher (or ACT composite of 28 or higher) and a secondary school rank in the top 20% at the end of junior year, OR combined SAT scores of 1860 or higher (or ACT composite of 27 or higher) and a secondary school rank in the top 10% at the end of the junior year. $10,000 to $16,000 per year (amounts based on merit). Renewable. All freshman applications submitted to RIT by February 1 will be reviewed for possible selection.
National Merit, National Achievement, and National Hispanic Scholarships Semifinalists or finalists in any of these three national scholarship programs. Combined RIT Presidential and Merit Scholarships totaling $18,000 or more per year. Renewable. High school records provided for admission must indicate student’s semifinalist or finalist selection.
RIT Achievement Scholarships for Business, Liberal Arts, and Hospitality Management Freshman applicants for these programs demonstrating outstanding leadership, service, entrepreneurship, or citizenship with combined SAT score of 1800 or higher (ACT 26) and B+ average. $7,000 to $10,000 per year. Students qualifying for an additional RIT merit scholarship will automatically be awarded the scholarship with the highest amount. Renewable. Freshman admission applications for these academic programs submitted by February 1 will be reviewed for possible selection based on activities, recommendations, and academic record.
RIT Achievement Scholarships for Art, Design, and Crafts Freshman applicants for these academic programs with combined SAT score of 1800 or higher (ACT 26) and B+ average who submit outstanding art portfolios. $7,000 to $10,000 per year. Students qualifying for an additional RIT merit scholarship will automatically be awarded the scholarship with the highest amount. Renewable. Up to 25 awarded each year. Freshman admission applications and
art portfolios submitted by February 1 will be reviewed for possible selection.
RIT Achievement Scholarships—All Programs Freshman applicants with combined SAT score of 1800 or higher (ACT 26), strong extracurricular achievements, and B+ average. $7,000 to $10,000 per year. Students qualifying for an additional RIT merit scholarship will automatically be awarded the scholarship with the highest amount. Renewable. Up to 100 awarded each year. Freshman admission applications submitted by February 1 will be reviewed for possible selection.
RIT Computing Medal Scholarships Awarded to RIT Computing Medal winner from a participating high school. $7,000 per year. Students qualifying for an additional RIT merit scholarship will automatically be awarded the scholarship with the highest amount. Renewable. Must apply for admission to RIT by February 1 to be considered.
RIT Innovation and Creativity Award Scholarships Awarded to Innovation and Creativity Award winners selected by participating high schools based on outstanding achievements in innovation, creativity, and entrepreneurship. $7,000 per year. Students qualifying for an additional RIT merit scholarship will automatically be awarded the scholarship with the highest amount. Renewable. Must apply for admission to RIT  by February 1 to be considered.
RIT National Co-op Scholarships Winners selected based on academic record and required scholarship application essay. $6,000 per year.  Students qualifying for an additional RIT merit scholarship will automatically be awarded the scholarship with the highest amount. Renewable. Up to 10 awarded each year. Submit scholarship application online at: www.wacein.org. Apply between October 1 and February 15.
RIT/SAE Engineering Scholarships Freshman applicants to engineering technology or engineering programs.  Based on academic record. $7,000 per year.  Students qualifying for an additional RIT merit scholarship will automatically be awarded the scholarship with the highest amount. Renewable. Up to 25 awarded each year. Download scholarship application at: www.sae.org/scholarship. Submit application to SAE by December 15.
RIT/FIRST Robotics Scholarships Freshman applicants with combined SAT score of 1800 or higher (ACT 26) and B+ average who have participated on a high school FIRST team. $6,000 per year.  Students qualifying for an additional RIT merit scholarship will automatically be awarded the scholarship with the highest amount. Renewable. Up to 10 awarded each year. Download scholarship application at: www.usfirst.org. Mail scholarship application to RIT and apply for admission by February 1.
RIT/Project Lead The Way (PLTW) Scholarships Freshman applicants with combined SAT score of 1800 or higher (ACT 26) and B+ average who complete two or more PLTW courses. $7,000 per year.  Students qualifying for an additional RIT merit scholarship will automatically be awarded the scholarship with the highest amount. Renewable. Up to 10 awarded each year. Submit a letter of recommendation from a PLTW teacher along with RIT admission application and school transcripts by February 1.
RIT Hillside Scholarships Awarded to incoming freshman and transfer students to recognize outstanding graduates of the Hillside Work-Scholarship Connection program. Recipients are identified based on secondary grades, college entrance examina­tion scores, personal recommendations, and involvement in the Hillside Work-Scholarship Connection program. $10,000 per year. Students qualifying for an additional RIT merit scholarship will automati­cally be awarded the scholarship with the highest amount. Renewable. Must apply for admission to RIT by February 1 to be considered.
RIT Trustee Scholarships for Transfer Students Transfer applicants with a GPA of 3.3 or higher (computed by RIT) who will complete an associate degree before entering RIT. $10,000 per year with transfer GPA of 3.6 or higher; $7,000-$8,500 per year with GPA of 3.3-3.59. May be combined with Phi Theta Kappa scholarship. Renewable. Submit all required admission application documents by: April 1 for summer/fall entry; January 15 for spring entry.
RIT Achievement Scholarships for Transfer Students Transfer applicants with  3.3 or higher transfer GPA (computed by RIT) and 30 semester or 45 quarter hours completed
at previous institution.
$7,000 per year. May not be combined with RIT Trustee Scholarship. Renewable. Submit all required admission application documents by April 1 for summer/fall entry; January 15 for spring entry.
RIT Phi Theta Kappa Scholarships for Transfer Students Awarded to transfer students with an associate degree elected to Phi Theta Kappa honor society. $2,000 per year. May be combined with RIT Trustee or Achievement Scholarship. Renewable. Proof of PTK membership must be submitted with transfer admission application.
RIT Nathaniel Rochester Society (NRS) Scholarships Full-time undergraduate students who have achieved 2nd year standing at RIT with a GPA of 3.4 or higher. Winners selected by NRS scholarship Committee. Maximum award is $2,000 for four semesters of academic study (applied toward tuition charges). Awarded in addition to other financial aid and scholarships. Download scholarship application at:
www.rit.edu/nrs and file the completed application in March.
ROTC Scholarships Students enrolling in ROTC who are academically qualified. Tuition support, fees, books, and monthly stipend. Air Force: (585) 475-5197; Army: (585) 475-2881; Navy: (585) 275-4275
RIT/ROTC Subsidy Army, Air Force, or Navy ROTC cadets awarded three- or four-year scholarships prior to enrollment. Up to the amount of a standard room and board plan, minus other financial aid and benefits. Contact the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships.

† Scholarship amounts indicated are based on RIT full-time tuition rates. Awards may be prorated for NTID-sponsored students.

NEED-BASED GRANTS ELIGIBILITY AMOUNT † WHERE TO APPLY
RIT Grants Students demonstrating financial need. Amounts vary up to $16,000 per year for full-time study. File the Free Application for Federal Student Financial Aid (FAFSA) by March 1 for priority consideration.
RIT RCSD Scholarship Initiative Awarded to qualified freshman graduates of the Rochester City School District who have both lived in the city and attended an approved high school within the RCSD for the last three years of high school. Full tuition through a combination of RIT schol­arships and state and federal need-based grants. Must apply for admission to RIT by February 1and be certified by the high school guidance office to be considered.
Say Yes to Education Scholarships In partnership with Say Yes to Education, awarded to qualified graduates of the Syracuse and Buffalo City School Districts. Recipients are participants in the Say Yes to Education program. Full tuition through a combination of the RIT scholarships and state and federal need-based grants. Must apply for admission to RIT by February 1 and be certified by Say Yes to be considered.
RIT Endowed Scholarships Full-time RIT students meeting selection criteria as established by the donor for each program; most awarded to upperclassmen based on financial need and academic performance at RIT. Amounts vary File the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by the priority deadline.
NTID Grant-in-Aid Full-time students enrolling in RIT’s National Technical Institute for the Deaf (NTID) who demonstrate financial need. Amounts vary. File the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by the priority deadline.
RIT/NTID Grant NTID students who are enrolled in an RIT bachelor’s degree program who demonstrate financial need. Amounts vary. File the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by the priority deadline.
RIT Part-time Studies Grant Part-time undergraduate students enrolled for less than 12 credit hours in an RIT degree program who demonstrate financial need. Amounts vary. File the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by the priority deadline.
New York State Tuition Assistance Program (TAP) Full-time students who are New York State residents and meet state income guidelines. $500-$5,000 per year for entering freshmen; transfer and returning student maximum varies. File New York State Express TAP Application and the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
New York State Aid for Part-time Studies (APTS) Matriculated undergraduate New York State residents enrolled for 6-11 credits per term who meet NYS residency requirements and demonstrate financial need based on NYS net taxable income; must not have received the equivalent of four years of NYS TAP aid. Maximum award is $2,000 per year, not to exceed cost of tuition. Submit Aid for Part-time Studies Application to RIT Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships.
Federal Pell Grant Students who are pursuing their first bachelor’s degree and meet need criteria. $605 to $5,5645 per year; prorated for part-time study. File the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (SEOG) Students with high financial need (those who qualify for a Federal Pell Grant). $100-$4,000 per year. File the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
NYS Higher Education Opportunity Program (HEOP) Economically and academically disadvantaged residents of New York State. Amounts vary, based on individual need and New York State funding. Contact the HEOP Office at RIT (585-475-2221) for eligibility guidelines.
Other State Grants Varies. Amounts vary. Contact the State Education Department in your state of residency.

† Scholarship amounts indicated are based on RIT full-time tuition rates. Awards may be prorated for NTID-sponsored students.

LOANS ELIGIBILITY AMOUNT † WHERE TO APPLY
Federal Perkins Loans Students who meet requirements established by federal government. Up to $5,500 per year.
($27,500 limit for undergraduate study)
File the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
Federal Direct Loans All students enrolled at least half-time in a degree program. Maximum amount: 1st year: $3,500; 2nd year: $4,500; 3rd, 4th, 5thyears:  $5,500. Additional maximum $2,000 Unsubsidized Federal Direct Loans – all years. File the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
Federal Direct Loans – Independent Students All independent undergraduates enrolled at least half time in a degree program. Maximum amount (including unsubsidized): 1st year: $9,500; 2nd year: $10,500; 3rd, 4th, 5thyears: $12,500. File the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
Federal Direct PLUS Loans Parent of a dependent student who is enrolled at least half time in a degree program. Total cost of education minus all other financial aid awarded. File the FAFSA and obtain loan application from RIT Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships.

† Scholarship amounts indicated are based on RIT full-time tuition rates. Awards may be prorated for NTID-sponsored students.

EMPLOYMENT ELIGIBILITY AMOUNT † WHERE TO APPLY
Federal Work- Study Program Students with financial need; most jobs provided are on campus, and some community service positions are available. Varies depending on hours and wage rate (RIT wage rates start at $7.40 per hour). File the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
RIT Employment Program No financial need requirement; may be on campus or off campus. Varies, depending on hours and wage rate (RIT wage rates start at $7.40 per hour). Contact the RIT Student Employment Office at www.rit.edu/emcs/seo.

† Scholarship amounts indicated are based on RIT full-time tuition rates. Awards may be prorated for NTID-sponsored students.

OTHER AWARDS ELIGIBILITY AMOUNT † WHERE TO APPLY
Regents Award for Child of Deceased and Disabled Veterans (CV) Students whose parent(s) served in the U.S. Armed Forces during specified periods of war or national emergency and, as a result of service, either died, suffered a 40% or more disability, was classified as missing in action, or was a prisoner of war. The veteran must currently be a New York State resident or have been a New York State resident at the time of death. $450 per year, for up to five years, depending on the normal length of the program. Same as TAP. In addition, file the CV Award Supplement available on at www.hesc.com. May 1 deadline.
Military Service Recognition Scholarship (MSRS) Children, spouses, and financial dependents of members of the United States Armed Forces or state-organized militia who, at any time on or after Aug. 2, 1990, while New York State residents, died or became severely and permanently disabled while engaged in hostilities or training for hostilities. Award equal to SUNY four-year college tuition and mandatory educational fees (or student's actual tuition and fees, whichever is less) and allowances for room and board, books, supplies, and transportation. Same as TAP. In addition, file the Military Service Recognition Scholarship Supplement, available at www.hesc.com.
Memorial Scholarships for Families of Deceased Firefighters, Volunteer Firefighters, Police Officers, Peace Officers and Emergency Medical Service Workers. Must be a child or spouse of deceased firefighter, volunteer firefighter, or emergency medical service worker, police officer, peace officer, who died as a result of injuries sustained in the line of duty. Award equals SUNY four-year college tuition and fees and allowances for room and board, books, supplies and transportation. Same as TAP. In addition, file the appropriate award supplement, available at www.hesc.com. May 1 deadline.
NYS Aid to Native Americans Members of a New York state tribe and their children who are attending, or planning to attend, a college in New York State and are New York state residents. Up to $2,000 per year for a maximum of four years (five years for certain programs) Contact: the Native American Education Unit, NYS Education Department, Room 461 EBA, Albany, NY 12234, (518) 474-0537.
New York Scholarships for Academic Excellence Outstanding graduate from registered New York State high schools. Awards are based on grades in certain Regents exams. $1,500 to top graduating senior of each high school in the state; $500 to other academically gifted students. Contact your high school guidance counselor.
Veterans Tuition Awards Eligible veterans admitted in an approved program in New York State. $5,895 or tuition, whichever is less. Same as TAP. In addition complete the New York State Veterans Tuition Award Supplement
Veterans Benefits Eligible veterans and their dependents. Amounts vary Contact the Department of Veterans Affairs at 1-888-442-4551 or visit their website at www.va.gov. http://www.gibill.va.gov/apply-for-benefits/.
Aid to Native Americans Students who are at least one-quarter American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut who demonstrate financial need Amounts vary Contact Bureau of Indian Education at (202) 208-6123 or visit their website at http://www.bie.edu/ParentsStudents/Grants/index.htm.

† Scholarship amounts indicated are based on RIT full-time tuition rates. Awards may be prorated for NTID-sponsored students.

Notes:

This chart covers the most commonly awarded financial aid programs available to full-time undergraduate students at RIT. Information is correct as of July 2013. Most programs require satisfactory progress toward degree completion to maintain eligibility.

Filing the FAFSA by March 1 (March 15 for transfer students and April 1 for continuing students) will ensure priority consideration for all programs. Applications filed after this date will receive consideration as long as funds remain available.

Endowed Scholarships

Each year the university awards endowed scholarships, made possible through the generosity of hundreds of individuals and organizations. Awards are made by RIT’s Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships or RIT academic departments in accordance with the special criteria of each scholarship. All applicants for financial aid are automatically considered for scholarships for which they meet the established criteria.

  • Harriet Thayer Adams Scholarship
  • Max Adler Scholarship
  • George Alden Scholarship Fund
  • Mary R. Alexander Scholarship
  • Fanny Knapp Allen Scholarship
  • Altier & Sons Scholarship
  • Alumni Legacy Scholarship
  • Amzalek Ames Scholarship
  • Salvador Anchondo Jr. Memorial Scholarship
  • Robert W. Anderson Endowed Scholarship
  • Avis Mason Andrews Graduate Scholarship
  • Betsy L. Andrews Scholarship
  • Clara L. Andrews Scholarship
  • Ezra R. Andrews Scholarship
  • Kate Rider Andrews Scholarship
  • Randall Andrews Scholarship
  • Susan and Robert Appleby Endowed Scholarship
  • Howard Applegate Scholarship
  • Frank & Geraldine Annunziata Endowed Scholarship
  • Association of Energy Engineers Scholarship
  • Association of Women in Computing
  • Astellas USA Foundation Scholarship in Biological Sciences
  • Lee Augustine Memorial Scholarship
  • Ralph Avery Scholarship
  • Alfred Bader COB International Study Program
  • Helen Bader Foundation
  • Joseph Bader Scholarship
  • Andrew Baker Scholarship at NTID
  • David Baldwin Scholarship
  • Thomas Ward Ball Scholarship
  • Barlow Endowed Scholarship Fund
  • John & Mary Bartholomew Scholarship
  • Bruce and Nancy Bates Scholarship
  • Bausch & Lomb Scholarship
  • John Bausch Scholarship
  • Clarence & Birdice Beal Scholarship
  • Alice Beardsley Memorial Endowed Scholarship Fund for Interpreting Students at NTID
  • Ned Behnke Memorial Scholarship at NTID
  • Richard Benjamin Memorial Scholarship
  • Hillary Blair Benner Memorial Scholarship
  • Bennett Family Scholarship
  • Frank P. Benz Jr. Memorial Scholarship
  • Ruth L. Bernhardt Scholarship
  • Ruth E. Bice Endowed Chemistry Scholarship
  • Fanny R. Bigelow Scholarship
  • Roscoe Bills Scholarship
  • Howard Bingham/Eastman Kodak Scholarship
  • Helen & Frederick Blaessig Memorial Scholarship
  • Joseph & Helen Blatecky Scholarship
  • Harriet Blickwede Scholarship
  • Boeing Company Scholarship
  • Donald & Jaris Boyce Scholarship
  • Farid Bozorgi Memorial Endowed Scholarship Fund
  • John and Honorable Caroline Branch
  • Braverman Scholarship
  • Joseph Briggs Endowed Scholarship
  • Chester W. Brink Scholarship
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  • Goulds Pumps Inc. Award
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  • Kodak Professional Imaging Award
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  • Lancer Graphics Industries, Inc. Scholarship
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  • Liberal Arts Alumni and Friends Endowed Scholarship
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  • Mathematics & Statistics Fund of Rochester Scholarship
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  • Nathaniel Rochester Society Scholarships
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  • Meta Noveck Memorial Scholarship at NTID
  • NTID Alumni Association Endowed Scholarship Fund
  • NTID Annual Fund
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  • NTID Printing Production Scholarship
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  • NYS Federation of Home Bureaus, Inc. Endowed Scholarship Fund in Honor of Martha Perry
  • Milton H. & Ray B. Ohringer Endowed Scholarship Fund
  • Omnova Foundation
  • Osher Foundation Family Scholarship
  • PAETEC Scholars Program
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  • Sarah Louise Paterson and Minneiska Louise Hall Scholarship
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  • Charles J. “Chuck” Pease Jr. Memorial Scholarship
  • William Farley Peck Scholarship
  • Gerald & Pamela Pelano Scholarship
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  • Phillips ECG Inc. Scholarship
  • Phoenix Fiction Award
  • Physics Faculty and Alumni Endowed Scholarship
  • Seth Policzer and Syed Ali Turab Memorial Endowed Scholarship
  • Eugene and Wanda Polisseni Award
  • Polyfibron Technologies
  • Paul W. Porter Industrial Design Scholarship
  • Anne Conway Powers Endoowed Memorial Scholarship
  • Praxair Scholarship
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  • Pulver Family Endowed Scholarship Fund
  • Q. C. I. Corporation Scholarship
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  • Harold Rafael Memorial
  • Bryon J. Ramseyer Memorial Scholarship
  • Eustis and Thelma Rawcliffe memorial Scholarship in Printing
  • Real Time Enterprises Scholarship
  • Redcom Undergraduate Scholarship
  • Bill Reedy Eastman Kodak Scholarship
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  • RIT Alumni Legacy Scholarship
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  • Rochester Area Business Ethics Foundation Scholarship
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  • Madelon and Richard Rosett Scholarship
  • Rothman Family Endowment
  • Rubens Family Foundation
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  • Stuart L. Saikkonen Memorial Scholarship
  • Janet R. Salitan Liberal Arts Scholarship
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  • Elizabeth Dunlap Sargent Memorial Endowed Scholarship Fund at NTID
  • Ryoichi Sasakawa Endowed Scholarship Fund
  • E. Phillip Saunders Business Scholarship
  • E. Phillip Saunders COB Class Gift Scholarship
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  • Norman C. and Mercedes S. Selke Scholarship
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  • Scholarship Fund for International Deaf Students
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  • Dr. Fred W. Smith Endowed Scholarship
  • Kevin Smith Memorial Award
  • Sidney Smith Family Endowed Scholarship
  • Southwest School of Printing Management Fund
  • C. Sherwood Southwick Jr. Endowed Scholarship
  • Harry Speck Scholarship
  • Karl Sperber Scholarship
  • Sprint Scholarship Fund @ NTID
  • Statler Foundation Study Abroad Scholarship
  • Alfred L. Stern Fund
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  • Pearl Hewlett Stutz Scholarship
  • Matthew Sullivan Memorial Scholarship
  • Solon E. Summerfield Foundation Endowed Scholarship Fund
  • Sustainability Endowed Scholarship
  • William Swart Endowed Scholarship
  • Michael A. Swartzman Memorial Endowed Scholarship Fund
  • David F. Sykes Endowed
  • Peter H. Sykes Endowed Scholarship
  • George Taenzer Memorial Scholarship
  • Daniel D. Tessoni Endowed Scholarship
  • Theta Xi Alumni Greek Organizations Award
  • Michael Thomas Endowed Scholarship Fund in the Performing Arts
  • Eloise Thornberry Endowed Scholarship Fund
  • Louis C. Tiffany Foundation
  • Times Mirror Foundation Scholarship
  • Erik Timmerman Scholarship
  • Hollis Todd Scholarship
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  • Vincent F. & Jeanette Traniello Memorial Endowed Scholarship
  • Kate Louise Trahey Scholarship
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  • Clarence Tuites Scholarship
  • Dr. Ibrahim Renan Turkman Scholarship
  • Turri & Brown Endowed Scholarship
  • Clifford & Ruth Ulp Memorial Scholarship
  • United Way Child Care Scholarship
  • Walter Vanderwheel Memorial Scholarship
  • Elizabeth VanHorne Memorial Scholarship
  • James Ventimiglia Memorial Printing Award
  • Volpe Scholars Annual Fund
  • Charles and Andrea Volpe Scholarship
  • Joseph Waldinsperger Scholarship
  • Dewitt Wallace/Reader’s Digest Endowed Scholarship
  • A. Stephen Walls Scholarship
  • Walls, Olsen Memorial Scholarship
  • Stephanie Warren Scholarship for Excellence in Emergency Medicine
  • J. Watumull Scholarship Fund
  • Kathleen Wayland-Smith Scholarship
  • Louis A. Wehle Scholarship
  • David Weinstein Scholarship
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  • Mark & Beulah Welch Scholarship
  • Cy Welcher Scholarship
  • James Weldon and Lillie Chaney Brumfield Scholarship
  • Edwin Welter Fund
  • Western New York Village Superintendents Scholarship
  • Weyerhaeuser Fellowship
  • Nelson Whitaker Scholarship
  • Ronald & Joann White Scholarship
  • Whitman Family Scholarship
  • Eloise Wilkin Memorial Scholarship
  • Elizabeth W. Williams Endowed Fund for the Performing Arts
  • Norman Williams Family Scholarship
  • Becky Wills Scholarship
  • James Wilson Memorial Scholarship
  • Thomas B. Wilson Scholarship
  • Wallace & Paula Wilson Scholarship
  • Jim Winter Memorial Scholarship
  • John J. Wittman II Scholarship
  • Henry Wolf Scholarship Endowment
  • Joseph C. & Loretta F. Wolf Endowed Scholarship Fund
  • Louis S. and Molly B. Wolk Foundation Endowed Scholarship Fund for Deaf Students at RIT
  • Rose Wollner Scholarship
  • Rudolph Wollner Scholarship
  • Women in Printing Network Scholarship
  • Women’s Club of Rochester Endowed NTID Scholarship
  • Women’s Council Endowed NTID Scholarship
  • William D. Wright Scholarship
  • Xerox Endowed Scholarship
  • Xerox ME Outreach Support
  • Myles G. Yerden Endowed Memorial Scholarship
  • Young Printing Executives Club Scholarship
  • Richard and Lois Zakia Scholarship
  • Jeffrey W. Zielasko Memorial Scholarship
  • Donald Zrebiec Scholarship