Academic Catalog

Application Information

All students (incoming and continuing) who wish to be considered for federal assistance must submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to the appropriate agency. Additional applications may be required for state programs. Students should check with their state education department or local high school or college for application information.

The following college codes are used in the completion of certain applications to assure that Ithaca College receives the information. Refer to individual applications for instructions on where to indicate these codes.

FAFSA 002739
New York State Tuition Assistance Program (TAP) 0330

The priority filing date of the FAFSA for incoming students is January 15 of the year in which financial aid is desired. Incoming students seeking admission as an Early Decision applicant must file the FAFSA application by November 1 of the year prior in which financial aid is desired. For continuing students, the priority filing date for the FAFSA is March 1 of the year in which financial aid is desired. Learn more on the Ithaca College Financial Aid website.

The FAFSA application is generally available in early October of the year before a student wishes to receive aid.

FAFSA website 

Applications of incoming and continuing students who apply after these dates will be reviewed but cannot be guaranteed full consideration for all aid programs.

It is the student’s responsibility to complete any application for aid for which they are determined to be eligible, unless the student wishes to decline the aid source being offered.