Financial Aid Program
FAFSA Code: 002751
TAP Code: 0403
MPN School Code: G02751
LIU Brooklyn offers a myriad of financial aid programs to students in LIU Global. Many of our students need some sort of financial aid to help pay the costs of attending college. Financial Aid at LIU Global includes grants, scholarships and loans from the Federal government which can help pay expenses beyond tuition and fees. We encourage all of our students to apply for financial aid regardless of your family’s ability to pay for tuition. Please note that a FAFSA is the core application used to apply for financial aid at Long Island University.
All continuing students in LIU Global must submit their renewal FAFSA electronically by the middle of March each year. This is the deadline date for consideration of the maximum federal campus-based financial aid. Applicants who meet this deadline date may expect to receive financial aid award notices in a timely manner, and thus will be able to negotiate their bill clearance with the SPS’s Office before leaving the United States to begin their program abroad.
Students who will be admitted to LIU Global for the first time, have a rolling deadline date for receipt of FAFSA information and should check with the Office of Student Financial Services shortly after receiving their acceptance notification to the Program. However, they are also urged to complete the FAFSA as soon as possible in order to be advised of all of their financial resources before leaving the United States.
- All students who wish to decline or adjust their loan must complete and submit a Loan Adjustment Form to the Office of Student Financial Services.
- The electronic FAFSA information is required of all students seeking LIU Global scholarships or grants, federal financial aid, or tuition remission benefits. All students, regardless of financial circumstances are urged to complete the FAFSA.
- Only New York State residents are eligible for TAP.
- Students who wish to accept their financial aid awards must follow up with certain steps, such as completing entrance counseling for direct loans and electronically signing Master Promissory Notes (MPNS) for both the federal direct loans, as well as the PLUS loans for parents. The first page of the PDF version of MPN must be sent to the financial aid office.
Please visit the Office of Student Financial Services and review LIU’s Financial Aid Guide for further information.
If your family is applying for a private loan and wishes to decline the Federal PLUS Loan that has been offered they must complete and submit a Loan Adjustment Form. Your private loan cannot be certified if this form is not on file.