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Cuomo Proposes Free Tuition at New York State Colleges for Eligible Students

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Replies to: Cuomo Proposes Free Tuition at New York State Colleges for Eligible Students

  • NASA2014NASA2014 Registered User Posts: 1,897 Senior Member
    I didn't send an application. But thanks for the remainder as other future readers will know what to do
  • baker101460baker101460 Registered User Posts: 183 Junior Member
    ny higher ed services just answered my question i previously posted: the 30 credit per year requirement does not apply to persons with disabilities, rather the award will be prorated depending upon the number of credits you are taking, so for example if i was to go less than full time i could do so but the award would be proportionally reduced. so if i was taking 9 credits and 12 credits is full time i would get approximately 75% of the semester award. i am still unsure what they will do with the people who took time off due to their disability....hopefully they will not count this against me or anybody else who is a disabled student.

    we shall see....
  • baker101460baker101460 Registered User Posts: 183 Junior Member
    edited July 9
    btw i did see the regulations posted somewhere...is it legal to post a link to it here?
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