Our office will be closed on Fridays during the summer (5/27-8/5).
Welcome to Student Financial Services!
We can help you make real progress.
Wondering how you’re going to pay for a college education can feel overwhelming. From determining final costs to navigating financial aid applications, our office is here to help you. Apply for aid, browse scholarships, pay your bill, and more!
You’ll make progress real.
We welcome and equip difference-makers of all kinds. Last year Ithaca College awarded $213 million in grants, scholarships, loans, and work-study to put an IC education within financial reach. Browse below to learn more about aid types and how you can apply.
Choosing where to go to college can be tough. Your family's financial situation will play a role in that decision. Learn more about types of financial aid and how to apply.
An Ithaca College graduate education is an investment in the potential of your mind and a powerful contribution to your continued success. Learn about aid types available for graduate study and how to apply.
The FAFSA is available beginning October 1 of the year preceding the academic year for which aid is being requested (for example, beginning October 1, 2021, for study in the 2022–23 academic year).
Returning students may also file their FAFSA on October 1 of the year preceding the academic year for which aid is being requested.
Billing & Payments
There are a variety of ways to pay your Ithaca College bill. While a family may choose to submit an electronic payment, cash or check, wire transfers or enroll into our Nelnet payment plan, families may also choose to finance a semester or year through the use of federal or alternative loan programs. Review your options on Billing & Payments.
Pay Your Bill
- Students can make online payments in the billing section of HomerConnect.
- Parents can make only electronic check payments through QuickPay.