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The Priority Deadline to apply for 2014-2015 financial aid is: February 15, 2014.
- A 2014-2015 Financial Aid Application “To Do List” will be assigned to prospective students on www.MySlice.syr.edu, the university’s web portal, beginning in December 2013. Please complete the “initiated” items to complete your financial aid application for need-based grants and/or federal aid.
- Law students may be eligible for Federal Student Loans and Federal Work Study. To apply for federal aid, you must submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Apply online at www.fafsa.gov using Federal School Code 002882. You must have your Federal PIN number available to complete the FAFSA online. If you do not know your PIN number, go to the Federal Student Aid PIN website to register for your initial PIN or to retrieve your existing PIN.
- Merit scholarships are awarded without regard to financial need. All candidates will be considered for scholarships through the admission application process.
- The Priority Deadline to apply for financial aid is February 15, 2014. If you miss the deadline, please submit “initiated” items on your Financial Aid To Do List immediately.
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