Northeast has financial solutions to make your degree plans a reality.

Earning a degree is a big investment with even greater returns, and Northeast can help. Our students receive scholarships and aid directly from the College, as well as via several private scholarships established by individual donors, alumni, professional organizations and foundations. Northeast also participates in the U.S. Department of Education's direct loan and workstudy programs.

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Northeast awards over 500 scholarships each year.
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More than $700,000 in scholarships were at Northeast in 2020-21.
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Default Rate
Northeast’s default rate on U.S. Student loans is 0.0%, lower than the national average of 2.9% (reported by the U.S. Dept. of Education as of Sept. 2022).

Financial Aid: Undergraduate & Certificate Programs

Northeast College anticipates offering future financial aid opportunities for its B.S., AAS and certificate programs. Please check back soon for updates regarding undergraduate program aid options.


Scholarships & Aid: Graduate Programs

Scholarships for new incoming doctor of chiropractic students include the Northeast Merit Scholarship, the Chiropractic Legacy Scholarship and the Presidential Scholarship. These non-renewable awards are applied in equal installments for the first two trimesters of enrollment upon the receipt of all official transcripts.

Continuing students also have the opportunity to be awarded a variety of scholarships. Award amounts and criteria for eligibility vary.

Incoming doctor of chiropractic students who have maintained exemplary academic performance with GPAs between 3.0 and 3.49 prior to enrollment at Northeast are eligible to receive a Merit Scholarship of $1,500.

Incoming doctor of chiropractic students who have maintained exemplary academic performance with GPAs between 3.5 and 4.0 prior to enrollment at Northeast are eligible to receive a High Merit Scholarship of $2,500.

Incoming doctor of chiropractic students who are carrying on their family chiropractic tradition and are immediate family members (e.g., spouse, parent, grandparent, brother/sister, or child) of a licensed doctor of chiropractic may be eligible for a potential scholarship of up to $2,500.

This competitive award for incoming doctor of chiropractic students is based on a completed application and essay submission. Scholarship amounts vary.

Awarded to enrolled doctor of chiropractic students in each class, trimesters 2-10, this scholarship has a value of $300-$500 per trimester.

This competitive, essay-based scholarship is awarded to non-U.S. citizens in trimester 2 or higher who have earned a minimum GPA of 3.0. This annual scholarship awards multiple recipients up to $1,500.

These multiple, competitive awards go to enrolled doctor of chiropractic students maintaining a minimum GPA of 3.0; financial need and a submitted essay are considered. Scholarship value is up to $1,500.

A variety of additional scholarships and grants opportunities — made possible through the support of Northeast alumni and various professional organizations — are available to Northeast students, depending on program and applicable criteria:

  • Kenneth W. Padgett/Alumni Scholarship
  • Don and Kay Allen International Scholarship
  • International Chiropractors Association Auxiliary Scholarship
  • Chiropractic Education Foundation of New York Scholarship
  • New York State Financial Aid Administrators Association Scholarship
  • Dr. Marvin B. Sosnik Scholarship
  • Dr. Jack DiBenedetto Memorial Scholarship
  • Dr. George I. and Frances E. Koenig Scholarship
  • American Black Chiropractic Association
  • Standard Process Scholarship Program
  • World Olympians Association
  • Dr. Herbert Law Memorial Scholarship
  • Association of New Jersey Chiropractors Scholarship
  • Northeast Board of Trustees Scholarship
  • Dr. Lillian Ford Scholarship
  • Biofreeze Scholarship

Student Employment

Student employment is another option to help cover the cost of your education. Northeast offers a variety of on-campus employment opportunities for students who qualify. Our off-campus community also offers opportunities for students to work in the surrounding area.

Applicable to Program Annual Award Eligibility Applications
U.S. D.C.
Federal Work-Study (on-campus) Varies based on workload and position requirements Financial need FAFSA, Work Study Application
U.S. and International D.C.
Residence Life Staff (on-campus) On-campus housing costs Application process Contact Office of Student Engagement & Residence Life
U.S. and International D.C.
Part-time employment (on-campus) Varies based on work requirements Application process Contact department supervisor
U.S. D.C.
Off-campus employment Varies based on position Application process Contact local employers


Loan Programs

Northeast participates in all of the U.S. Department of Education's direct loan programs. Eligible students needing to borrow funds are strongly encouraged to secure funding through these programs first. The direct loan programs have unique deferment, repayment, and loan forgiveness options that other student loan programs do not.

If you have questions concerning the terms of these loans, visit the U.S. Department of Education's Student Loan website, review the Master Promissory Note (MPN), or contact the Northeast Office of Financial Aid at 1.800.234.6922 ext. 3063 or

Applicable to Program Academic Year Interest Rate Eligibility Applications
U.S. Students Federal Direct Unsubsidized Loan May be awarded up to $33,000, less other aid Variable/Fixed Financial need FAFSA and MPN
U.S. Students Federal Grad Plus May be awarded up to cost of attendance less other aid Variable/Fixed Credit worthy FAFSA and MPN
U.S. and International Students Private Loans Amounts vary Varies by loan program Varies by loan program Contact the Financial Aid Office for information
International Students Government & Provincial Aid Amounts vary Varies by Province & program Application process Contact the Financial Aid Office for information

Northeast’s most recent cohort default rate on U.S. federal student loans (released by the U.S. Department of Education in Sept. 2020) is only 1.2% — significantly lower than the national average.

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Contact your admissions counselor to learn more about your scholarships and aid options.

Contact Us
Office of Financial Aid
1.800.234.6922 ext. 3063
2360 State Rte. 89
Seneca Falls, N.Y. 13148