Welcome New Executive Director
Samantha Veeder recently joined the University as Executive Director of Financial Aid bringing more than 20 years of financial aid experience including directorships at Nazareth, Hobart and William Smith, and Keuka colleges. Sam will oversee the daily operations of the Financial Aid Office, including the supervision of more than 35 full-time financial aid staff. Welcome, Sam!
Found a Work-Study Job Yet?
- Check out the current job listings at Student Employment.
- Don't have Federal Work-Study? Non-work-study positions are also listed.
- To cancel your Work-Study award, email us.
Searching for Scholarships
Need help searching
for scholarships from outside Syracuse University? Help is available from the Office of Scholarship Programs:
Sign up for the listserv and receive scholarship opportunities by email.
Check out the extensive online scholarship list.
Stop by the office at 202 Archbold North to get personal help.
Current Scholarship Opportunities:
Who's Your Financial Aid Counselor
Did you know you have a
personal financial aid counselor
? Stop by 200 Archbold North to get help if you have questions about financial aid, including loans, setting up a budget or other financial concerns. No appointment is necessary.
Avoid Identity Theft
Don't become a statistic. The Federal Trade Commission reports that nine million Americans have their identity stolen each year.
- Check your free credit report annually.
- Shred all personal documents.
- Provide personal information on the web ONLY if the url contains "https".
- Don't carry your Social Security card in your wallet or purse.
Have Money Management, Budgeting, Identity Theft , and other Questions?
Brought to you by SU's Financial Literacy Program
FERPA and YOU
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA) protects the privacy of student education records. Information received in our office is treated with care to insure the privacy and confidentiality of students, and their families. Financial aid data may be given to other departments, such as the Office of Enrollment Management, and the Office of Donor Relations, who are responsible for performing University functions that require access to this information. Read more about FERPA on the SU
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