Annual Educational Expenses Used to Calculate Scholarship Awards

Educational Expenses for the 2017-18 Academic Year

World Trade Center Memorial Scholarship (WTC), Memorial Scholarship for Families of Deceased Firefighters, Volunteer Firefighters, Police Officers, Peace Officers and Emergency Medical Service Workers (MS), Military Service Recognition Scholarship (MSRS), Flight 587 Memorial (FM), Flight 3407 Memorial (CF)

The following chart reflects the full cost of attendance.

 Tuition & Mandatory FeesRoom & BoardBooks & SuppliesTransportationEstimated Totals
Resident Use figures for Budget Type 2
SUNY/CUNY Actual* Actual* $1,340 $1,110 Variable
Independent $8,310** $12,810 $1,340 $1,110 $23,570
Off Campus Use figures for Budget Type 4
SUNY/CUNY Actual* $12,810 $1,340 $1,110 Variable
Independent $8,310** $12,810 $1,340 $1,110 $23,570
Commuter Use figures for Budget Type 1 and 3
SUNY/CUNY Actual* $3,860 $1,340 $1,890 Variable
Independent $8,310** $3,860 $1,340 $1,890 $15,400

 

* Use Instate Tuition
** Use Allowance shown or actual amount, whichever is less Definition of budget to be used in calculating the Annual Educational Expenses:

 

Resident Student (Budget type 2)


A student who lives in institutionally - controlled housing.

Off-Campus Student (Budget type 4)


A student who does not live in institutionally - controlled housing, and does not either live with his/her parents, or in a building owned or rented by them. Additionally, the student must either meet TAP criteria for independence, or if dependent, be certified by the institution attended that he/she has applied for but was denied space in institutionally - controlled housing (or the institution does not offer such housing) and his/her parents do not live within a reasonable commuting distance.

Commuter Student (Budget types 1 and 3)


A student who does not meet the definition of an off-campus student. There are two types of commuter students: those living with parents and those not living with parents.

The scholarship awards listed above will be equal to the applicant’s actual tuition and mandatory fees, or the State University of New York (SUNY) average undergraduate tuition and mandatory fees, whichever is less. The chart should be used when estimating awards for SUNY average tuition and mandatory fee amounts for the 2016-17 academic year. Students attending institutions with tuition charges higher than the SUNY tuition charges may, if eligible, receive additional assistance through the Tuition Assistance Program (TAP).

 

2017-18
ANNUAL EDUCATIONAL EXPENSES
Used to Estimate Senator Patricia K. McGee Nursing
Faculty Scholarship Awards
 Tuition & Mandatory FeesRoom & BoardBooks & SuppliesTransportationEstimated Totals
Resident
SUNY/CUNY Actual* Actual $1,108 $1,121 Variable
Independent $14,781** $13,457 $1,095 $1,036 $29,369

 

* Use Instate Tuition
** Use Allowance shown or actual amount, whichever is less.

When calculating a Nursing Faculty Scholarship Award the tuition component will be based on the sector of the school for which the student is in attendance. Actual tuition charges will be used for students attending a State University of New York (SUNY) or City University of New York (CUNY) institution. When calculating the award for students attending Independent Institutions the tuition used will be the lesser of either the standard allowance (currently $10,370) or actual tuition and mandatory fees. Students may attend on a part-time basis; the awards will be prorated in accordance with the number of credit hours taken.