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To apply for aid as a Non-New York State resident, complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid ( FAFSA ) and, if desired, the Lehman College Request for a Direct Student Loan form - or visit Shuster Rm. 686 for an in-person request. Accessible text-only version of Completing a Lehman Student Loan Application available here.
Parents of full-time matriculated undergraduate students are eligible to take one free course each fall and spring semester on a space-available basis. Registration for tuition-free courses may only take place during the first week of class. Adult education, nursing, and graduate level courses are excluded from this offer. Parents will be charged for registration and laboratory fees. An application for the free course may be obtained from the Office of Student Assistance. Awards for this program will not be honored for any course that is filled before the first day of class or for any course that the parent s child is also taking during that semester.
Students who wish to apply for TAP should file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). When you apply using FAFSA-on-the-Web, you will be prompted to complete your online TAP application at the end of the FAFSA session. When your FAFSA is complete you will be asked to do the following:
Please describe your experiences as a first- generation college student, any challenges that you have faced, and how this has shaped your future academic and professional aspirations.
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This award is created by the family and friends of Roger Davis in order to recognize significant activism or research around issues of importance to LGBT social movement organizing. In honoring the generous spirit that Roger Davis embodied, this award aims to recognize fierce advocates for LGBT justice with a minimum award of $6,555 to one student each academic year.