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									FINANCIAL AID
Priority Financial Aid Application Filing Date
Continuing Students: May 3, 2010
New Students: Open


Welcome to the Financial Aid Office for Health Sciences. This Office's mission is to provide you with efficient and
effective services, financial aid counseling, and support during your academic career. The Office assists students in
understanding, applying for, and securing financing for your education, from the beginning of your academic career at
the School of Health Sciences. The Financial Aid Office at the School of Health Sciences operates in compliance with
the Department of Education Financial Aid rules and regulations.


Financial Aid Portal
Mission & Vision Statement
Loan Programs
Employment Programs
Scholarships
Application Process
Eligibility Requirements
Satisfactory Academic Progress
Financial Aid Forms
Entrance & Exit Test
FAQs
Contact Us

The Financial Aid Office maintains an open door policy to provide service and meet student needs. No appointment is
necessary. Please feel free to stop in and speak with a counselor regarding any questions or to obtain financial aid
counseling.
Contact Information

School of Health Sciences                     School of Health Sciences – Bay Shore
Office of Financial Aid                       Office of Financial Aid
            rd
33 West 23 Street                             1700 Union Blvd.
New York, NY 10010                            Bay Shore, NY 11706
View Map                                      View Map
Phone: (212) 463-0400 Ext. 5628               Phone: (631) 665-1600 Ext. 6265
Fax: (646) 495-3891                           Fax: (631) 665-4406
E-Mail: Cheryl.Bernath@touro.edu              E-Mail: Gaild@tourolaw.edu


Department of Nursing                         Department of Speech-Language Pathology
Office of Financial Aid                       Office of Financial Aid
1602 Avenue J                                 950 Kings Highway
Brooklyn, NY 11230                            Brooklyn, NY 11229
View Map                                      View Map
Phone: (718) 252-7800 Ext. 220                Phone: (718) 301-2027
Fax: (718) 252-5730                           Fax: (718) 627-3684
E-Mail: Sonia.levinson@touro.edu              E-Mail: Rlashley@touro.edu




MISSION & GOALS STATEMENT
Mission
The Financial Aid Office at the School of Health Sciences is dedicated to providing a superior level of service in
assisting students reach their educational goals by eliminating or reducing their financial burden while attending
school.


Goals
The Financial Aid Office will:


        Help students search, obtain and make the best use of available financial aid resources.
        Make every effort to meet the needs of all students in an ethical manner.
        Award all aid on the basis of documented financial need.
        Provide customer service to students in an effective and efficient manner.
        Respect the confidentiality of student records and rights to privacy.
        Promote an atmosphere that facilitates learning, improvement and teamwork.
Scholarships
PA students:

http://www.aapa.org/student-academy/resources/national-financial-aid-scholarships-a-
awards#Scholarshipsandtraining

PT students:
http://www.apta.org/AM/Template.cfm?Section=Scholarships_Aid&Template=/TaggedPag
e/TaggedPageDisplay.cfm&TPLID=275&ContentID=68854

OT students:

http://www.aota.org/Students/Aid/Scholarships/OT-Students.aspx

Nursing students:

http://bhpr.hrsa.gov/nursing/scholarship/

Speech-Language students:

http://search.asha.org/default.aspx?q=scholarships



Other scholarships links:

HESC:

http://www.hesc.com/content.nsf/SFC/2/Grants_Scholarships_and_Awards

Scholarship search:

http://www.scholarships.com/
LOAN PROGRAMS
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                          Federal Subsidized          Federal Unsubsidized         Federal Grad PLUS            Private / Alternative
                            Stafford Loan                Stafford Loan                    Loan                          Loan

Interest Rate           Fixed at 6.8% for            Fixed at 6.8%                Fixed at 8.5%                Variable
                        Graduate loans.              (Interest accrues from       (Interest accrues from       (Interest accrues from
                        Undergraduate loans are      the date of                  the date of                  the date of
                        on a variable rate.          disbursement)                disbursement)                disbursement)
                        (Interest- free while in
                        school)

Fees                    Fees for origination vary    Fees for origination vary    Fees for origination vary    Fees vary based on
                        from 0 - 2.5%                from 0 - 2.5%                from 0 - 4%                  lender, loan type and
                                                                                                               credit history.

Annual Loan Limits      $3,500.00- 1st Year          *$6,000.00- 1st 2nd Year     Up to the total cost of      Depends on lender and
                        $4,500.00- 2nd Year          *$7,000.00 – 3rd 4th Year    attendance minus other       credit history
                        $5,500.00 – 3rd 4th Year     $12,000.00 – Graduate        financial aid received.
                        $8,500.00 – Graduate                       Program
                                     Program

Credit Requirements     No credit check              No credit check              Credit check required        Credit check required
                        No cosigner required         No cosigner required         No cosigner required         Cosigner may be
                        No debt-to-income            No debt-to-income            No debt-to-income            required
                        scoring                      scoring                      scoring                      Debt-to-income scoring
                                                                                                               may be required

Application Process     1. File a FAFSA.             Same as Federal              1. File a FAFSA.             1. FAFSA is not
                        2. Complete the Student      Subsidized Stafford loan     2. Accept the entire         required.
                        Loan Request Statement                                    offered amount of            2. Apply directly with
                        and Financial Aid                                         Subsidized and               chosen lender.
                        Packet. Both forms must                                   Unsubsidized Stafford        3. If a first time
                        be returned to the                                        loan.                        borrower, complete a
                        Financial Aid Office for                                  3. Apply directly with       Master Promissory Note
                        processing.                                               chosen lender.               (MPN).
                        3. If a first time                                        4. If a first time
                        borrower, you will need                                   borrower, complete an
                        to choose a lender and                                    Electronic Master
                        complete an Electronic                                    Promissory Note
                        Master Promissory Note                                    (eMPN).
                        (eMPN) and take an                                        5. Accept the offered
                        Entrance Test.                                            loan amounts on Award
                        4. Accept the offered                                     Letter.
                        loan amounts on Award
                        Letter.

Deferment/Forbearance   Available                    Available                    Available                    Depends on lender

Repayment               Grace period is 6            Grace period is 6            No grace period              No grace period
                        months after graduation      months after graduation      Repayment begins             Repayment terms
                        or last day of attendance.   or last day of attendance.   within 60 days after final
                        Maximum term 10 to 25        Maximum term 10 to 25        disbursement.
                        years                        years                        Maximum term 10 to 25
                                                                                  years
         *Unsubsidized loan amount is for independent students only. Dependent students are
         only eligible for $2,000.00.




EMPLOYMENT PROGRAMS
Federal Work-Study Program
The Federal Work Study Program (FWS) provides students the opportunity to work in various departments
throughout the School of Health Sciences to earn money to help cover educational costs, particularly for those with a
demonstrated financial need. Selection and placement for FWS recipients is determined by student’s eligibility,
institutional funding and job availability. Federal regulation requires that students maintain a 3.0 GPA to keep FWS.
Students are allowed to work up to a maximum of 25 hours/week while the college is open and 30 hours/week while
the college is closed at a rate of $7.50/hour for undergraduate and $10/hour for graduate students. Hours must be
documented on a time sheet and submitted to the Financial Aid Administrator during the appropriate pay period.
Students receive FWS funds in the form of a bi-weekly paycheck for hours worked. All FWS documents and forms
can be found under Financial Aid Forms.


Federal Work Study Opportunities
        Office worker
        Admissions Department Assistant
        Peer Tutor


Federal Work-Study Guidelines & Timesheet Instructions
    1.   Eligibility
             o    Students must complete a FAFSA to receive Federal Work-Study.
             o    Students must maintain a 3.0 GPA to receive Federal Work-Study.
             o    Students must immediately discontinue Federal Work-Study once notified of their unsatisfactory
                  academic standing.
             o    Students may not exceed their academic year Federal Work-Study.
             o    Students must notify their direct supervisor and the Financial Aid Office if he/she cannot
                  report for work as instructed, or no longer wishes employment. Failure to do so will
                  jeopardize the student’s future Federal Work-Study eligibility.
    2.   Location
            o Students may only work for their assigned department.
            o Students may not work from home.
    3.   Work Days & Hours
             o    Please complete timesheets with blue ink.
         o    Students may not work on Saturdays and during times when the college is closed, including
              intersession and holidays.
         o    Students may not work during their scheduled class time.
         o    Students may work up to the last day of their individual finals for each semester.
         o    Students may not work more than twenty-five (25) hour per week.
         o   All days and hours must be accurately documented. (Falsification may result in the loss of FWS
             funds.)
4.   Pay Period, Due Date & Payroll Date
         o    Each pay period, due date and payroll date can be found on the back of the timesheet.
         o   Timesheets should be handed in by 5:00pm on the appropriate day.
         o   Late timesheets will be put with the following pay period.
5.   Time In & Time Out
         o    Compute all hours to the lowest half hour. (Ex. 9:15am should be documented as 9:00am)
         o    Compute all hours for each day and for the total pay period at the bottom of the timesheet.
6.   Breaks
         o    One half hour (1/2) break after five (5) hours of work.
         o    One (1) hour break after seven (7) hours or work.
         o   You must show a break.
7.   Signatures
         o   Students and supervisors must sign for every day worked.
         o   Supervisors must sign at the bottom of the timesheet at the end of the pay period.
         o   Full signatures are required, no initials.
8.   Corrections
         o    Do not use white-out on timesheets.
         o    Do not scratch out, or mark over written information on these forms.
APPLICATION PROCESS FOR
CONTINUING AND NEW STUDENTS
Priority Financial Aid Application Filing Date
Continuing Students: May 3, 2010
New Students: Open

Summer 2010, Fall 2010 & Spring 2011
Applying for financial aid, which must be done annually, can be simplified by following the steps below. Please note
that you must also be registered before aid can be processed.


Step 1: File your Federal Income Tax Return
Complete your 2009 federal income tax return. If you are married and did not file jointly, your spouse's income
information is also required. If you are not required to file a federal tax return, you must complete a Statement of Non-
Filing. This form can be found under Financial Aid Forms.
Step 2: Apply for a PIN (Personal Identification Number)
Apply for a Personal Identification Number (PIN) at www.PIN.ed.gov. This will allow you to sign your FAFSA
application electronically. If you already have a PIN, you do not need to re-apply for another.
Step 3: Fill out a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) on
or after January 1st
Complete the 2010-2011 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online at www.FAFSA.ed.gov. Make sure
to select school code 010142 (Touro College - New York).
Step 4: Review your Student Aid Report (SAR) for errors
When you receive your Student Aid Report (SAR), please make any corrections that might be needed. Provide the
Financial Aid Office any required documentation as indicated on your SAR. For example: citizenship or verification
documentation.
Step 5: Review the Cost of Attendance (COA)
Review the COA to determine how much loans you will need to apply for. Please check with your Financial Aid Office
for your COA.
Step 6: Complete the Financial Aid Packet & Student Loan Request
Statement
Students interested in taking out Federal Student Loans should complete Touro College Student Loan Request
Statement and Student Financial Aid Packet. These forms can be found under http://www.easiapp.org/touroshsny .
Step 7: Sign Electronic Master Promissory Note (eMPN)
If you are selecting a new lender or are a first time borrower at the School of Health Sciences, you must go online
and e-sign an eMPN with your lender in order for your funds to disburse.
When you received your Student Aid Report (SAR), please make any corrections that might be needed. Provide the
Financial Aid Office any required documentation as indicated on your SAR. For example: citizenship or verification
documentation.



Step 8: Take the Entrance Test
First time Federal Stafford Loan borrowers at the School of Health Sciences need to take the Entrance Test. The
Entrance test is an online tutorial that teaches students about their rights and responsibilities as loan borrowers.
Please go to http://www.easiapp.org/touroshsny and click on "Begin Seminar" in the lower left hand corner.
Step 9: If needed, apply for a Federal Grad Plus or Private/Alternative
Loan
Students must apply directly with their chosen lender for a Grad Plus or Private/Alternative loan for the amount
referenced on your COA. Make sure to select Touro College (code 010142-00) for this process.
Step 10: Sign and return Award Letter
You will receive an Award Letter after your loan/aid has been processed. Please review the Award Letter carefully
and make any modifications that may be necessary. Then sign and return it to the Financial Aid Office.


Note: Loan funds will be disbursed directly to the college. Any anticipated refund of aid will be distributed by
the Bursar's Office after satisfactory enrollment and academic progress has been verified. The bursar can be
contacted at (212) 463-0400, ext 5624.
ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS
Please read the eligibility requirements outlined below to verify your qualification for federal financial aid.


1. Citizenship
In order to be eligible for federal aid a student must be a U.S. citizen or eligible non-citizen. An eligible non-citizen is
defined as:


        U.S. permanent resident with a valid Alien Registration Receipt (I-151 or I-551).
        Conditional Permanent resident (I-151C).
        Other eligible non-citizen with an Arrival-Departure Record (I-94) from the U.S. Immigration and
         Naturalization Service.
        Other eligible non-citizen with a Temporary Resident Card (I-688).


If a student is in the U.S. on an F1 or F2 student visa, only a J1 or J2 exchange visitor visa, or only a G series
(pertaining to international organizations), they are not eligible for federal student aid.

2. Financial Aid History
        Student cannot be in default on a federal loan.
        Student cannot be on an overpayment status.
        Student should not have exceeded annual or aggregate loan limits.


This information can be obtained by visiting the National Student Loan Data System (NSLDS) website
www.nslds.ed.gov. You will need your federal PIN # to access your account.

3. Financial Need
Student must demonstrate a financial need.

4. Academic
Student has to be enrolled in an eligible program and meet satisfactory progress.

5. Social Security Number
Student must provide a correct Social Security Number (SSN).

6. Selective Service
Male students have to be registered with Selective Service* to receive federal financial aid. Registration must be
completed between the ages of 18 and 26.
*Selective Service can be reached at (847) 688-6888 for enrollment verification.
SATISFACTORY ACADEMIC PROGRESS
Standards of Satisfactory Academic Progress for Financial Aid
Eligibility
The School of Health Sciences must establish, publish and apply reasonable standards of satisfactory academic
progress for financial aid eligibility as required by federal law for all students including those applying for or currently
receiving federal, state or institutional financial assistance and veterans educational benefits administered by the
College. All requirements for satisfactory academic progress can also be found in the School of Health Sciences
Bulletin.


Academic Standards of Progress
Federal regulations which govern the various federal financial aid programs stipulate that in order for a student to
continue to receive financial aid funding, he/she must maintain "Satisfactory Academic Progress" as defined by the
institution. In the definition, the institution must establish a maximum time frame in which the student must earn the
degree and divide the maximum time frame into increments not to exceed one academic year.


Any student who, at the end of the academic year, fails to maintain satisfactory academic progress, is ineligible to
receive financial aid, including student loans.


Monitoring Academic Enrollment/Satisfactory Academic Progress
Verification of enrollment will be made prior to all disbursements. Also, the academic records will be reviewed at the
end of each semester to determine if he/she is maintaining and progressing toward an educational goal. The student
must complete the units for which he/she receives financial aid funds and maintain a cumulative grade point average
of at least 3.0 for each semester financial aid is received.


As required by federal law, reasonable standards of satisfactory academic progress for maintaining financial aid
eligibility have been established by the School of Health Sciences for all degree granting programs. These standards
apply to all students. The policy procedure for "Assessing Financial Aid Status" is as follows:


Policy


    1.   All students must complete their academic program in the maximum timeframe allowed for their specific
         program and must maintain the cumulative GPA, as specified by their program, at the end of each semester
         in order to be considered progressing satisfactorily toward their degree. Students enrolled on a less than full-
         time basis will have their standard time frames for program completion pro-rated and expected program
         completion per academic year (% of coursework completed) pro-rated based upon the credit hours or
         contact hours attempted per semester.
    2.   All students are required to accumulate credits toward graduation and are expected to successfully complete
         a minimum percentage of their academic program each year, not including those courses in which grades of
         incomplete were received, course withdrawals that occurred or remedial coursework which was performed
         as specified by their academic program. All periods of enrollment will be included regardless of whether or
         not a student receives financial aid.
    3.   Students who are not maintaining the minimum cumulative GPA as specified by their program at the end of
         any semester will be placed on financial aid probation FOR THE FOLLOWING SEMESTER (as defined by
         their program). While on financial probation students will be eligible to receive financial aid funds.
    4.   If a student’s cumulative GPA remains unsatisfactory after the completion of the semester in which he/she is
         on financial aid probation, the student will be placed on financial aid suspension and no financial aid funds
         will be awarded until satisfactory academic progress has been attained (cumulative GPA is brought up to
         academic program's minimum requirement).
    5.   Students who are denied financial assistance on the basis of unsatisfactory academic progress may regain
         financial aid eligibility by satisfactorily completing, at their expense, those courses required to attain the
         minimum cumulative GPA specified by their academic program. This statement does not imply that
         continuation in any academic program is the prerogative of the student.
    6.   A student will be allowed a maximum of two nonconsecutive financial aid probationary periods while enrolled
         at the School of Health Sciences. A student who does not attain satisfactory academic progress at the
         conclusion of his/her second probationary period will be placed on financial aid suspension permanently and
         will not regain financial aid eligibility for the remainder of his/her enrollment period at the School of Health
         Sciences.
    7.   A student must document the reasons for failure to meet the standards of satisfactory academic progress for
         financial aid eligibility and must include a plan that demonstrates a means for the student to bring his/her
         academic progress up to the satisfactory standards within a period of one semester. These documents are
         to be submitted to the Dean’s office for their approval before the student can continue.


Procedure
The Financial Aid Office will be responsible for assessing the financial aid eligibility status of all students by
monitoring their academic progress through documentation received from the Office of the Registrar and the Office of
Student Affairs. Any student that does not meet the standards will have to apply for an academic waiver granted by
the Dean’s office.
FINANCIAL AID FORMS
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2009-2010 Forms
http://www.easiapp.org/touroshsny




Forms Non-Year Specific
   FFELP In-School Deferment Form
   Direct Loans In-School Deferment Form



ENTRANCE & EXIT TEST
Incoming students and first time loan borrowers need to complete the Entrance Test before applying for federal
student loans. Please go to http://www.easiapp.org/touroshsny and click on step 6.


Students who are graduating, withdrawing, or dropping below half- time enrollment, need to complete the Exit Test.
Please go to http://www.easiapp.org/touroshsny and click on Stafford under Exit counseling on the left hand
side.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT
FINANCIAL AID
1.       How do I complete my FAFSA?
2.       How do I correct or update my FAFSA?
3.       Do I have to update my FAFSA every year I am enrolled?
4.       If I am a returning student, do I have to complete a new Student Loan Request Statement and
         Financial Aid Packet every year?
5.       What is the program's Cost of Attendance? How is it determined?
6.       What is the maximum loan amount I can borrow in my academic/financial aid year?
7.       When will I receive my award letter?
8.       Who initiates my Federal Stafford Loans?
9.       Who initiates my Federal Grad Plus or Private/Alternative Loan?
10.      When will I receive my loans?
11.      Where do I pick up my loan/refund check?
12.      How do I report other sources of financial aid such as military or outside scholarships?
13.      Who completes my In-School Deferment Form?
14.      How do I contact the Financial Aid Office?

1. How do I complete my FAFSA?
Go to www.FAFSA.ed.gov. Follow the instructions on the website to obtain a PIN and prepare your FAFSA.
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2. How do I correct or update my FAFSA?
Go to www.FAFSA.ed.gov. Follow the instructions on the website to correct or modify your FAFSA. You will need
your Federal PIN number from www.PIN.ed.gov to access your record and to sign your correction. The school
obtains a copy of your completed FAFSA electronically; you do not need to mail the Office a copy of your FAFSA or
your Student Aid Report (SAR).
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3. Do I have to update my FAFSA every year I am enrolled?
You must re-file your FAFSA for every year in which you request Federal Loans. Your Pin remains the same for all
years enrolled.
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4. If I am a returning student, do I have to complete a new Student Loan
Request Statement and Financial Aid Packet every year?
You must complete a new student Loan Request Statement and Financial Aid Packet for every year in which you are
requesting Federal Stafford Loans.
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5. What is the program's Cost of Attendance? How is it determined?
The program's Cost of Attendance (COA) is the estimated cost for a student to attend a particular program for a
specific academic year. The COA is also referred to as the program budget. The cost of attendance typically includes
tuition and fees, room and board, books and supplies, transportation, and personal expenses. The COA may vary for
each year of a program to reflect specific costs required by the program and incurred by students during that year
(e.g., Board exam fees). The COA may also differ depending on the number of academic sessions, number of
months, or number of units included in that financial aid year. Thus, a COA for a twelve month academic/financial aid
year would include tuition for twelve months, plus other estimated expenses (e.g., room and board) for a twelve
month period. A COA for a nine month academic/financial aid year would include tuition for nine months, plus
estimated other expenses (e.g., room and board) for a nine month period. The COA is determined by developing an
average cost for students to attend a particular program in a particular year. Under federal financial aid guidelines, all
expenses included in the COA must reflect the student's educational expenses while enrolled in the program.
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6. What is the maximum loan amount I can borrow in my
academic/financial aid year? (This is an example)
The maximum loan amount a student may be eligible to borrow in a single academic/financial aid year cannot exceed
the total Cost of Attendance (COA) for that specific year. Thus, if the COA for a program in a specific year is $25,000,
the student may request loans totaling $25,000. If the student requests loans in excess of this amount, the school will
only certify loans up to the amount for which the student is eligible.
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7. When will I receive my award letter?
Your award letter will be mailed to you as soon as the Office of Financial Aid is able to package and generate your
loans.
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8. Who initiates my Federal Stafford Loans?
Upon receipt of a completed and signed Financial Aid packet and Student Loan Request Statement, the Financial Aid
Office will initiate your Federal Stafford loans, provided you have completed your FAFSA, an entrance exam and
signed the eMPN.
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9. Who initiates my Federal Grad Plus or Private/Alternative Loan?
The student should initiate the Federal Grad Plus or Private/Alternative loan by selecting a lender, going to that
lender's website, following the instructions to initiate the loan and signing an eMPN. Your selected lender will notify
the Office of Financial Aid that certification is required.
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10. When will I receive my loans?
Typically students receive two disbursements of their Federal Stafford and Grad Plus Loans, and two disbursements
of the Private/Alternative loans. Generally, disbursements to students are timed to coincide approximately with the
start of each academic session/semester. Note that if an academic/financial aid year consists of a single academic
session, Federal Financial Aid guidelines stipulate that your federal loans must be disbursed in a minimum of two
disbursements, the second of which cannot occur until the mid-point of the academic session/semester.
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11. Where do I pick up my loan/refund check?
All loan/refunds checks are given out by the Bursar's Office.
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12. How do I report other sources of financial aid such as military or
outside scholarships?
Be sure to record any other sources of financial aid on the Financial Aid packet under the section "Resource
Information." Failure to record these sources of financial aid may result in an over-award to you, which must then be
cancelled and returned to the lender, resulting in a delay in your financial aid.
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13. Who completes my In-School Deferment Form?
The Registrar completes and mails in your In-School Deferment Form to your previous lender on your behalf.
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14. How do I contact the Financial Aid Office?
You may contact the office using the information noted below. You may also stop by the office between the hours of
9:00 am and 5:30 pm Monday through Thursday, and 9:00 am and 2:00 pm on Fridays.
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CONTACT US
Financial Aid Staff
School of Health Sciences                      School of Health Sciences – Bay Shore
Office of Financial Aid                        Office of Financial Aid
            rd
33 West 23 Street                              1700 Union Blvd.
New York, NY 10010                             Bay Shore, NY 11706
View Map                                       View Map
Phone: (212) 463-0400 Ext. 5628                Phone: (631) 665-1600 Ext. 6265
Fax: (646) 495-3891                Fax: (631) 665-4406
E-Mail: Cheryl.Bernath@touro.edu   E-Mail: Gaild@tourolaw.edu


Department of Nursing              Department of Speech-Language Pathology
Office of Financial Aid            Office of Financial Aid
1602 Avenue J                      950 Kings Highway
Brooklyn, NY 11230                 Brooklyn, NY 11229
View Map                           View Map
Phone: (718) 252-7800 Ext. 220     Phone: (718) 301-2027
Fax: (718) 252-5730                Fax: (718) 627-3684
E-Mail: Sonia.levinson@touro.edu   E-Mail: Rlashley@touro.edu

								
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