Locating Athletic Training Room
Athletic Team Physician
Attending Late to Practice
Athletic Medical Forms
Financial Aid Book Vouchers
Nyack College Apparel
Purchasing Books for Class
Ground Shipping for Books
Contact Information for Bookstore
Edvance360 Additional Help
Login to Edvance360 Courses
Send a Message Using the Edvance360 Mailbox
Edvance360 Course Lessons
Submit an Assignment to the Dropbox
Participating in Edvance360 Course Discussions
Using Edvance360 for Tests
Contacting Facilities During an Emergency
Dorm Room Dividers
Housekeeping Supplies for Dorm Rooms
Personal Furniture in Dorm Rooms
Submitting Work Requests
Unlocking Dorm Rooms
Applying for Housing
Campus Safety and Security Procedures
Items to Bring to College
Room Amenities and Restrictions
Overnight Guests in Rooms
Vehicle Limitations in Jersey City
Room Types in Jersey City
Move-in/Move-out Dates for Students
Renewing Library Book
Library Group Study
Library COVID-19 Safety Protocols I
Library COVID-19 Safety Protocols II
Library Access - Visitor
Library Access - Alumni
Citations for a Paper
Returning Library Books
Paying Library Fines
Check Out Library Materials
Accessing Library Website
Library Account Login
Finding Scholarly Journal Articles
Finding Books in the Library
Library Resources - Textbooks
Library Resources - Videos
Online Library Resources and Services
Microsoft Office Tools
Reactivating Former Student Account
MyNyackSSO Login Instructions
Student Mailing Address
Student Mailbox Information
Incoming Mail and Packages
Returning/Outgoing Mail and Packages
Nearest Post Office to Jersey City Residence
Identifying My Faculty Advisor
Advisement for Online Registration
Problems Registering for Classes
Withdrawing from a Class
Getting Connected with Advisors and Registrar
Tracking Degree Audit
Application for Transfer Credit Approval
Courses Missing from Edvance360
Requesting Student Transcripts
Request for Enrollment Certification
Moving into Jersey City Fall 2020
Nyack College Opening for Fall 2020
Nyack College Response to COVID-19
NYC Transit System Student Discounts
Obtaining a PATH Train Card
Student Parking Options
Food on Campus
Information About Events & Clubs
Building a Resume
Daycare On Campus
Jobs on Campus
Senior Class Events
Student Financial Services
How can I remove the "Registration Hold"
What is does GPA stand for?
How to Create an Account Username and Password (FSA ID)
What is Financial Aid? What is considered Financial Aid?
How do I know if I am missing documents? Where can I go to see what documents I am am missing?
FAFSA Application site
Tuition Liability Policy - Undergrad
Where do I go to complete the TAP application? What is the School Code for TAP?
Large Account Balance
Outstanding Balance Hold. Registration Hold. Transcript Hold
What are the technology fees?
Yearly Financial Aid Checklist
Contacting Financial Aid Advisor
How to join a Google Meeting.
What happens to my Loans if I take a semester off?
Where do I find the forms I need for Verification?
Finding My Account Balance
Financial Aid Resources and Scholarships
Uploading Documents to Student Portal
Alternative Loan Application
Financial Aid Documents
Nelnet Payment Plan - Undergrad
Master Promissory Note (MPN)
FAFSA Status - Independent vs. Dependent Student
TAP Application Assistance
Methods of Payment
Federal Student Aid ID
Exit Loan Counseling
SAP Appeal Letter
Including Parent Information on FASFA
Tuition Assistance Program
Writing Center Services
Citation Styles (APA/MLA/Turabian)
Connecting with Writing Consultants
Session Review Form
Multiple Same-Day Appointments
Dropping Off Papers
Extra Help for Non-Native Speakers
Accommodation for Disabilities
Writing Center Contact
Financial Aid is available in 3 different forms:
- Nyack Institutional Grants – these grants do not need to be repaid.
- Federal Pell Grant – does not need to be repaid
- TAP - Tuition Assistance Program (NY State Residents Only) – does not need to be repaid
- The amount listed on your financial aid award letter is an ESTIMATE.
- You must be enrolled full-time and complete 12 credits or more per semester
- meet the Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) requirements
Federal Direct Stafford Loan
- Direct Subsidized Loans are available to undergraduate students with financial need.
- Your Financial aid counselor determines the amount you can borrow, and the amount may not exceed your financial need.
- Direct Unsubsidized Loans are available to undergraduate and graduate students; there is no requirement to demonstrate financial need.
- Your Financial aid counselor determines the amount you can borrow based on your cost of attendance and other financial aid you receive.
- You are responsible for paying the interest on a Direct Unsubsidized Loan during all periods.
- Entrance Counseling What is Entrance Counseling?
- Master Promissory Note (MPN) What is an MPN? What is a Master Promissory Note?
Direct PLUS Loans
Direct PLUS Loan are loans made to parents of dependent undergraduate students and graduate or professional students in an effort to help pay for their education expenses. Eligibility is not based on financial need, but a credit check is required.
The parent is required to complete PLUS Master Promissory Note (MPN) for Parents
The MPN is a legal document in which you promise to repay your loan(s) and any accrued interest and fees to the U.S. Department of Education. It also explains the terms and conditions of your loan(s).
You may receive more than one loan under an MPN over a period of up to 10 years to pay for your child’s educational costs, as long as the school is authorized to use the MPN in this way and chooses to do so.
Your child’s school will tell you which loans, if any, you are eligible to receive.
Parents must be logged in with their own account username and password (FSA ID) to submit.