Temporary COVID-19 expansion of SNAP eligibility is ending soon. Student enrolled at least half-time and either 1) were awarded Federal Work Study funds OR 2) have an EFC of 0 in 2022-2023, may submit an initial SNAP application by June 9, 2023. Visit SNAP Students webpage for more information.
Our regular operating office hours on the Boston campus are Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. General inquiries 4:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. To make a virtual appointment with our office, please visit the Student Services Portal or check our Support and Services page for additional information.
If you submitted your FAFSA, CSS Profile application, and/or other required financial aid application materials by the priority filing deadline, you may anticipate receiving your financial aid award by the following estimated date:
|Student Type||Awarding Timeline|
|Early Decision I||December 15|
|Early Action||February 1|
|Early Decision II||February 15|
|Regular Decision||April 1|
|Fall Transfer||June 15|
|Spring Transfer||December 1|
|Returning Students||June 30|
You will be notified electronically once your financial aid award is available. Financial aid awards for first year students are released in coordination with your offer of admission, provided all required documents have been received. First-year students may view their Offer of Financial Assistance through their Application Status Check. Returning students will be directed to view their financial aid award through their Student Hub.
Once the financial aid awarding process has begun, awards will continue to be released on a rolling basis as your financial aid application becomes complete.
Your Offer of Financial Assistance will list all of the financial aid offered to you and may consist of a combination of federal, institutional and/or state resources. In addition to detailing your financial aid eligibility, your Offer of Financial Assistance will also provide information regarding estimated costs, the terms of your award, and next steps.
It is important to review your Offer of Financial Assistance thoroughly to understand the parameters surrounding your award and additional information.
Important Note: If you’re an undergraduate student within the College of Professional Studies, please review information for CPS students on the awarding process and next steps.