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Accelerated Studies for Adults Program (ASAP)

How to Apply for Financial Aid

Numbers to Know

Federal School Code – 002744

NYS TAP Code - 0345

Federal Student Aid Processor -
(800) 433-3243

NYS HESC (TAP) – (888) 697-4372

Student Accounts/Billing -
(315) 279-5237

Veterans Benefits – (800) 827-1000

IRS – (800) 829-1040

Selective Service – (847) 688-6888

Direct Loan Servicing Center -
(800) 848-0979

Direct Loan Origination Center -
(800) 557-7394

Students who wish to be considered for financial aid should complete all financial aid paperwork at the time of application. Financial aid eligibility is reviewed upon acceptance into ASAP, provided all necessary paperwork has been submitted.

Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)

All students seeking financial assistance at Keuka College, including grants, and Stafford loans, must submit a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

Begin or continue your FAFSA now.

To complete the FAFSA you will need:

US Department of Education PIN

Apply for a Federal PIN if you don’t already have one. The PIN is used to sign your FAFSA electronically. Keep your PIN in a safe place—you will need this whenever you work on your FAFSA. Your PIN can be used each year to electronically apply for federal student aid and to access your Federal Student Aid records online.

Your PIN is an important part of your financial aid process; you will need to use it again in the future so keep it in a safe place.

Tuition Assistance Program (TAP)

Apply for New York state Tuition Assistance Program (TAP). If you file your FAFSA on the Web and provide an electronic signature with your PIN, you will automatically be linked to the TAP application on the Web.

Access the Express TAP Application online.

You will receive a notice indicating your potential New York state TAP award eligibility. New York state will determine your finalized TAP award based on current ASAP tuition charges and satisfactory completion of all TAP requirements as outlined in the Keuka College Record.

You must be enrolled at least 12 credits in a term to be eligible for TAP. Nursing students are not eligible for TAP since the nursing program is classified as part-time by New York state.