Financial Aid and Scholarships

The Financial Aid Process, Step by Step

1. File Your FAFSA and TAP Applications

The 2024–25 FAFSA will not be available to complete on the October 1 date as in previous years due to the implementation of required changes under the FAFSA Simplification Act. The anticipated launch date of the 2024–25 FAFSA will be in December 2023.

The easiest way to file your TAP application is through the FAFSA. Once you file the FAFSA, you will receive a link to the TAP application. Make sure you follow the prompts to successfully file the TAP application.

According to the New York State Dream Act, some students may qualify to file only a TAP application.

FAFSA school code: 002687
TAP school code: 1410

Resources for how to apply:

Financial Aid TV Federal Student Aid—Applying for Aid

2. Use the Net Price Calculator to Estimate Your Costs

The CUNY Net Price Calculator will help you determine your estimated costs, aid, and net payment while attending Brooklyn College. Review the cost of attendance to understand the total cost of attending Brooklyn College.

Net Price Calculator Cost of Attendance

3. Check CUNYfirst and Finalize Your Aid

You may need to submit documents to finalize your aid. Log in to CUNYfirst to see if you have to submit documents.

Note: Cybersecurity rules generally prohibit us from accepting sensitive financial aid documents by e-mail. You can upload documents using the online Student Forms or the Dynamic Forms platforms.


4. Review Payment Information

Payment plans are available to assist with tuition and fees that are not covered by financial aid.

Payment Options

5. Apply for Scholarships

Scholarships are available to assist with tuition expenses.

Scholarship Office

Explore All Your Options

Our mission is to help students and their families finance the cost of education at Brooklyn College by providing accurate and timely guidance, information, and services.

Cost of Attendance
Types of Aid
Appeals and Special Circumstances
Veterans, Military Personnel, Dependents, and Survivors
Financial Aid Resources and Forms
Scholarships and Awards
Gainful Employment Programs
Financial Aid Services


Students outside the West Quad Building

We’re All Here For You

Access all the financial aid services you need:

  • Phone: 718.951.5051
  • Zoom: Virtual Financial Aid Office for Students
  • In person: Lobby, West Quad Center
  • Navigate: If you are looking for assistance with financial aid planning or loan advice, or if your financial situation has changed, sign into EAB Navigate to set up an appointment with an adviser.
  • Social: Instagram and Linktree
  • Note to parents or persons assisting students: To comply with federal education laws, financial aid staff are prohibited from disclosing information to you about the student unless you accompany the student and he or she consents to the disclosure during the interaction. Alternatively, the student may file a FERPA release form with the Office of the Registrar, giving written authorization to disclose such information to you in the student’s absence.
  • Agencies or entities with inquiries should contact the Financial Aid Office via e-mail.

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