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Your Responsibilities

When you apply for and receive financial aid from the Hudson Graduate Center of Long Island University, you assume certain rights and responsibilities. To ensure you receive and maintain the maximum amount of aid for which you are eligible, please follow these important guidelines:

New Students:
To apply for Federal Student Aid, New York State aid, or Hudson Graduate Center loans, scholarships or grants, the University requires that students complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), which calculates your expected family contribution (EFC).

New International Students:
To apply for financial aid, international students must file the College Scholarship Service (CSS Profile) once upon admittance to the Hudson Graduate Center of Long Island University.

Continuing Students:
If you are a current Hudson Graduate Center student, you must file the Renewal FAFSA each year by March 1.

All Students:
To maintain any Hudson Graduate Center scholarship or grant assistance, students must comply with their specific award stipulations. Stipulations usually include, but are not limited to, maintaining a minimum enrollment status each semester, satisfactory credit completion requirements each semester and grade point average requirements. Some awards may also have participatory requirements for maintenance and renewal.