Welcome Returning Students
Academic Year 2021/2022
Financial Aid Priority Deadline- December 4, 2020 (Grace period in effect until December 16th)
Returning students with complete aid applications submitted by our priority deadline will have access to their 2021-2022 financial aid offers in the student system in May. Students will receive an email when their financial aid is ready to be viewed.
Late Applications- Financial aid awards will first be determined for all applications completed and received on-time. Late applications will be considered on a funds-available basis.
As you prepare for another year in college, you are reminded that applying for financial assistance is a yearly process. Each year the aid application materials must be completed and submitted by the College's processing deadlines in order for your aid eligibility to be determined for the next academic year.
We are excited about having you back at Skidmore College and look forward to assisting you with the financial aid process. Please select the appropriate category below to learn about the documents you need to complete, along with their deadlines.
Students who enrolled at Skidmore College with Skidmore College grant aid and do not fall in one of the categories below.
Students admitted to Skidmore College through Skidmore College's Higher Education Opportunity Program (HEOP) or the Academic Opportunity Program (AOP). International AOP students should review information for International Students.
Students who are enrolled at Skidmore College with Skidmore Grant who are not U.S. Citizens nor have U.S. Permanent Residency Status.
Students who enrolled at Skidmore College without Skidmore College grant aid normally are first eligible to receive such aid, if need is demonstrated, in their junior year.
Skidmore College participates in the Federal Direct Loan program. If you borrow a Federal Direct Student Loan or a Federal Direct PLUS loan your funding will come directly from the Federal government.