How To Apply

Applying for financial aid must be done annually, following the steps below. You must also be registered before aid can be processed.

Step 1: Create a FSA ID 

Create a FSA ID. This will allow you to sign your FAFSA application electronically. If you already have a FSA ID, you do not need to re-apply for another.

Step 2: FAFSA

Fill out a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) on or after October 1st of the year you will be attending.

Complete the FAFSA online at
Touro College's code: 010142 

Step 3: Review your Student Aid Report (SAR) for errors

When you receive your Student Aid Report (SAR), please make any corrections that might be needed. Provide the Financial Aid Office any required documentation as indicated on your SAR, e.g. citizenship or verification documentation.

Step 4: Review the Cost of Attendance (COA)

The COA can be found on your program's Tuition and Fees webpage. The maximum amount of aid applied for in a year cannot exceed the COA for that year.

Step 5: Complete the Electronic Master Promissory Note (eMPN)

First-time borrowers applying for a loan must complete a Federal Unsubsidized / Graduate Plus loan application at

Step 6: Complete the Entrance Counseling

First-time borrowers must take and complete the Entrance Counseling Interview. It is an online questionnaire that details students’ rights and responsibilities as loan borrowers. Please log in with your FSA ID to take the interview.

Step 7: Private/Alternative Loan

Notify the Financial Aid Office of any private or alternative loans for which you apply at so that we can certify it. Make sure to select Touro College School code 010142 code 20.

Step 8: Check Your Touro Email

You will receive your final financial aid instructions through your Touro College email.

Notes on Financial Aid

In reviewing your application, we may request additional documentation.

Loan funds are disbursed directly to the College to cover the cost of tuition. The Bursar’s Office then distributes refunds within 14 days of receiving the funds.

We verify enrollment and satisfactory academic progress before disbursing funds. For more information on fund distributions, email