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Financial Aid

Scholarships, Grants and Loan Information

Five Towns College Financial Aid Office is dedicated to assisting families with the college financial planning process. From the application process through post-graduation repayments, our professionals work with students to guide them through all phases of the financial aid process.

Financial Aid is available for students pursuing bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degrees at our Long Island college. Students and families are welcome to file financial aid applications in our office using student-access computers.

Although Five Towns College is a modestly priced private institution, we recognize that college tuition may be expensive for some students.

Approximately 94% of all FTC students receive some financial assistance for tuition, housing and more.

The Financial Aid Office administers several million dollars of student aid monies every year. FTC students are eligible to participate in all Title IV Student Financial Assistance programs, including Pell, FSEOG, FCWS, and the Direct Student Loan Program. New York State residents may also participate in the Tuition Assistance Program (TAP). Five Towns College also administers more than two million ($2,000,000) in private grants and scholarships to deserving students each year.

For applications and the specific requirements for each financial aid program, students should contact the Five Towns College Financial Aid Office at 631.656.2164 or send an email stating their specific requests to financialaid@ftc.edu.

Hours

Monday–Friday, 9:00am–5:00pm


631.656.2164

financialaid@ftc.edu

The Office of Financial Aid is located in room 317.


Consumer Information on College Navigator

Federal Code: 012561
State Code: 2075

Financial Aid Statistics (based on Fall 2016 data)

# of students % of enrolled students
Enrolled Undergrad Students 627 100%
All Grant/Scholarship Aid 536 85%
PELL Grants 315 50%

# of students % of enrolled students
First Time/Full Time Undergraduate Students Only 131 100%
All Grant/Scholarship Aid from government or FTC 106 81%
All Federal Grants 53 40%
PELL Grants 53 40%
Other Federal Grants 34 26%
State and Local Grants 50 38%
FTC Grants/Scholarships 83 63%
Loans (Federal) 86 66%
Loans (Private/Other) 16 16%