FINANCIAL AID FAQ
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Each program’s tuition, fees and refund policy is published on the institution’s website, as well as in the Institutional Catalog, Enrollment Agreement and other materials. We encourage any prospective students to review all financial-related program information and to contact the Financial Aid/ Financial Services Department with any questions.
CAHE participates in Title IV Federal Financial Aid
Questions regarding the financial aid process can be addressed to email@example.com or by calling 718-645-3500.
All of Center for Allied Health Education’s programs are approved by the New York State Approving Agency for the training of student veterans and other eligible persons. Veterans and/or and other eligible persons may be eligible to use education benefits for all of the Center’s programs.
Applicants should start by completing their FAFSA application so that our financial aid department can determine their eligibility.
No, a FAFSA is purely informational. Once CAHE receives your submitted FAFSA application, the financial aid department can inform you of your eligibility; however, you are not tied in or obligated to anything.
For programs beginning prior to July 1, 2021, please complete the 2020-21 FAFSA. You will need your 2018 taxes.
The maximum Pell grant for 2020-21 is $6,345.
The current interest rate for Subsidized and Unsubsidized student loans is 2.75%* and the Parent PLUS loan interest rate for parents of dependent students is 5.30%*. (*As of July 1, 2020).
The financial aid department may take up to a week to get back to you upon submission of your FAFSA application.
Financial aid will get back to you with that information upon completion and submission of your FAFSA application.
There are no internal scholarships available; however, you can do an external search for scholarships that relate to the program you are enrolling into.
After you complete your FAFSA, our Financial Aid Office will send you a FA Offer/College Financing Plan, or a request for additional information via email. The email will outline the steps needed to move forward with the financial aid process.