Additional Financial Aid Services & Resources

Additional Financial Aid Services & Resources

The Financial Aid Office is here to help.  Whether you need assistance in completing your FAFSA or would like to attend one of our workshops we can assist you.  Below are some of the additional services offered by the Financial Aid Office:


2021-22 FAFSA On the web Walkthrough Presentation (Credit:  NYStateAid)

FAFSA Information Sessions

The Financial Aid Office will be conducting FAFSA Information Sessions throughout the academic year for current and prospective students and their parents.  During the session, you will learn more about the FAFSA  and have the opportunity to complete your 2021-2022 FAFSA online.

Click here for a checklist of requirements for FAFSA Assistance 

Please be advised that these workshops are to assist you with completing the 2020-2021 FAFSA application.  All other Financial Aid inquiries require an appointment with a Financial Aid Representative at Jay Express Services.  

Current Students 

Location:  Virtual 

Link and Session Dates Coming Soon



Prospective Students


Requirements for Assistance:

In order to better assist students with completing the FAFSA the Financial Aid Office requests that students bring the following documents to their FAFSA Information Session appointments.  

  • Your and your parent’s, if applicable*, FSA ID.  The FSA ID will be used to confirm your and your parent’s identity and used as an electronic signature to submit your application.

If you (or a parent) do not already have a FSA ID please visit to create a FSA ID now.  All FSA ID(s) & password(s) must be available prior to your scheduled session

  • Your social security number & your parent’s social security number and date of birth
  • Your driver’s license number (if you have one)
  • Your alien registration number (if you are not a U.S. Citizen)
  • Your and your parents’ 2019 Federal and State Tax Returns
  • Your and your parents’ 2019 Records of Untaxed Income (if applicable)
  • Your and your parents’ 2019 Records of Assets

*Dependent students are required to bring in all parental information requested.  For information regarding dependency please visit:

GRE Fee Reduction Program

In the summer of 2017, the Department of Education released new guidelines prohibiting schools from sharing FAFSA information with third parties, even if the schools have the student’s consent.

As a result, Educational Testing Services (ETS) has developed a new process that no longer requires students to obtain a copy of their Institutional Student Information Report (ISIR) and a GRE Fee Reduction Certificate from a financial aid administrator.  Instead, students will be required to send a copy of their Student Aid Report (SAR) and a completed GRE Fee Reduction Request Form to ETS. Students who meet the need-based guidelines will receive a GRE Fee Reduction voucher to take the General Test and/or a Subject Test for 50 percent of the full test fee.

The new GRE Fee Reduction process will become effective with the 2018-19 testing year beginning on July 1, 2018. For further information you can log on to the GRE website.

Please note that the new procedure will not go into effect, and the instructions will not be posted to the ETS website, until July 1, 2018.