Admissions & Aid
Appeals and Special Circumstances
Cost of Attendance
Disbursements and Refunds
Dynamic Financial Aid Forms
FATV: Financial Aid TV
Financial Aid Eligibility for Winter Intersession
Financial Aid Services
Percy Ellis Sutton Seek Program
Understanding Your Finances
Withdrawing and Financial Aid Eligibility
CUNY uses a platform called Student Forms for students to securely submit all FAFSA Verification and Eligibility documentation as well as special circumstance and unusual circumstance appeals.
You can log in to CUNYfirst to access Student Forms.
CUNY Student Forms FAQ
The Office of Financial Aid also uses Dynamic Forms for the secure submission of loan requests, federal Work-Study forms, non-FAFSA–related document submission, and certain types of appeals. To complete a specific form, click the link for that form found below (Dynamic Forms are identified with the letters “DF” after the form name in the forms listed below.). You must log in using your BC WebCentral username and password to access the form to view your pending forms and form submission history.
If you have a special circumstance (change in income or expenses), an unusual circumstance (dependency appeal), an unaccompanied homeless youth determination, or a parent FAFSA refusal, you must complete and submit the corresponding form to provide additional information and schedule an appointment with a financial aid adviser. You may need to submit additional documentation in Student Forms after your appointment. Unusual circumstance appeal determinations must be completed within 60 days of your enrollment or your submission. You must submit all appeals by the deadline indicated on the form.
To upload your non-FAFSA–related documents such as consortium agreements, Authorization to Release Information, and student Social Security cards, use the Financial Aid Non-FAFSA Related Document Upload (DF).
You must be registered for at least six credits to request a direct loan.