Financial Aid & Student Accounts Info for Enrolled Students
Here you will find the most common student financial service links and resources for enrolled students. Need more info or want to speak with a financial aid advisor? We are here for you!
Financial Aid & Student Accounts
Visit our customer service window on the 1st floor of the Kehoe Administration Building. The window is open Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Financial Aid Office
Student Accounts Office
- By phone: 518-564-3120 Mon – Fri, 8:30 a.m. – 4 p.m. (on Thursdays the phones open at 9 a.m.).
- By email: [email protected]
Summer Courses & Financial Aid
Interested in summer coursework? Taking summer classes that satisfy graduation requirements is one way to graduate faster, and financial aid for your summer enrollment may be available.
Visit Summer Sessions for more information about course offerings, session dates and more.
Federal Stimulus Grants to Students
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the federal government has awarded SUNY Plattsburgh funding for the sole and exclusive purpose of providing emergency grants to students.
For more information about the funding, distribution, policies, addendums and required disclosures of these emergency student grants, visit our Federal Stimulus Grants to Students page.
How is Aid Awarded?
There is a process to financial aid. Applying for, qualifying for, receiving and renewing financial aid involve many steps to take and guidelines to follow.
Registering for and successfully completing courses needed for your degree completion will help you maintain SAP for financial aid.
What is Aid-Eligible Coursework?
Full-time students must take at least 12 credits each semester that are aid-eligible. Aid-eligible means the credits are needed to fulfill degree completion requirements.
Financial Aid Rules
There are rules to getting and keeping financial aid while enrolled. And there are rules when enrollment ends during a semester. Follow the links below to learn more about the minimum academic progress requirements for financial aid and the process for returning funds when enrollment ends unexpectedly.
Eligible domestic students will receive an annual notification of eligible charges paid and credits received during the previous calendar year. This information may be used to identify and document eligibility for tax benefits for education. Canadian students can also receive tax information upon request. Learn more about how we provide tax information.