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Access Your Financial Aid on MySlice

Using MySlice to View your Financial Aid Information

Applicants to Syracuse University may access their financial aid information via the Internet using MySlice, the University's online information center. To use MySlice, applicants must first activate their NetID and create a password. The NetID is a personal identifier that is used to access SU computing resources. The NetID typically consists of a combination of initials and last name, and may include a number.

Establish your Net ID and Password

You may activate your NetID and set up a password by going to the NetID website at http://netid.syr.edu.  Click on "Activate Your NetID" and follow the directions. If you need help setting up your NetID, contact Syracuse University's department of Information Technology and Services (ITS) by calling 315-443-2677, Monday through Friday, from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., or send an email to consult@syr.edu.

You will need to know your SU ID number to complete the Net ID activation process. Your SU ID number will be provided to you in the financial aid instruction email that will be sent to you after you apply for admission. If you do not know your SU ID number, please contact the Office of Admissions and Financial Aid at 315-443-1962, or by sending an email to either admissions@law.syr.edu or financialaid@law.syr.edu.

The Financial Aid "To Do List"

Current and prospective law students with active Net IDs and Passwords may log onto MySlice to view the requirements (on the Financial Aid "To Do List") for the applicable academic year.

What You Should Know

  • Set up your Net ID and password when instructed by the Financial Aid Office.
  • The To Do List link will display in the Financial Aid Services box in MySlice.
  • Initiated "To Do Items" must be completed to fulfill the requirements to apply for financial aid.
  • Retain copies of all application forms and correspondence submitted in support of your financial aid application for your records.