Admissions to Hofstra University
through the NOAH Program
Interested students must apply during their senior year of high school since the amount of financial aid allocated to the program is limited. To facilitate the processing of applications, candidates should:
Contact the Office of Admissions, Bernon Hall, at 1-800-HOFSTRA for an application;
pick up a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) from their high school guidance counselors and file the form before February 15;
Contact the NOAH Program Office, located in Room 132 Gallon Wing, at (516) 463-6976, for a NOAH Financial Aid Statement Form;
take the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) on or before the December test date of their senior year;
submit the completed application, along with recommendations, official copies of high school transcripts and SAT scores, to the Hofstra University Office of Admissions.
Upon receipt of all completed application materials, the Office of Admissions will determine eligibility.
Completed applications are then directed to the NOAH Program office. All candidates must provide a financial profile (to determine economic eligibility) and must participate in an individual and group interview.