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Financial Assistance

Financial assistance is provided by the Office of Student Financial Planning through a variety of sources. In order to be considered for grants, scholarships and loans, students must submit the following:

For detailed instructions on the application process, please refer to the following:

* We want you to have all the information you need before making the choice to attend Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine. Meeting the application deadline will ensure that your financial aid is available prior to the decision deadline. You can still apply after the deadline but may receive a delayed financial aid award offer as a result.

Do I need to include my parents' information?

If you are younger than 30 years-old and unmarried on January 1 of the year of financial aid application and wish to be considered for College grants and scholarships, you must include parental data* on both the FAFSA and the CSS Profile, and you must submit copies of your parents' federal tax returns and W2s if not utilizing the IRS Data Retrieval Tool.

*If parents are divorced/ separated, only the custodial parent data is required.

Complete parental information is required on the FAFSA and CSS Profile for ALL students wishing to be considered for the Health Professions Student Loan, regardless of age.

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