Welcome to the Fall 2020 Semester @ TCI! - last update: October 19, 2020, 4:03 am


TCI's Fall Semester began on October 18.  Fall 2020-2021 Course Schedules are posted which you can find here.  In order to register, you must fill out this registration packet (click to download to access the fillable forms) and email back to TCI Registrar, Mrs. Tammi Schwartz at Tammi.Schwartz13@touro.edu.    For advisement, please contact Professor Jerry Koller, TCI Academic Advisor at Jerry.Koller@touro.edu or Dr. Chana Sosevsky, TCI Advisor and Director of TCIO at Chana.Sosevsky@touro.edu 

Due to ongoing Covid-19 restrictions in Israel, courses are all taking place via Zoom for the time being.  After hours and for urgent matters you may contact a TCI rep at 058-687-3783 also via WhatsApp. For general inquiries please contact Elisheva.Stadler@touro.edu   

  • If you are planning to graduate in January, your application is due by November 15th.  Please contact Dr. Sosevsky for assistance.  Chana.sosevsky@touro.edu


Student loans are more manageable than ever.

Federal Perkins and Federal Stafford loans offer a low-interest way to help you get your degree now, and pay it off later. 

Perkins Loans

Maximum Annual Award: $1,500

Available to students who demonstrate exceptional financial need, Perkins loans are available at a 5% interest rate and administered through Touro College. Borrowers are allowed up to ten years to repay their loans to the school.

Stafford Loans

1st Year Maximum Annual Award: $3,500. Unsubsidized: $2,000

2nd Year Maximum Annual Award: $4,500. Unsubsidized: $2,000

3rd Year Maximum Annual Award: $5,500. Unsubsidized: $2,000

The most widely used, low-cost education loans sponsored by the federal government, Stafford loans are available to students enrolled on at least a half time basis. These subsidized loans are awarded according to financial need, and are interest-free while borrowers are in school. 

Unsubsidized Stafford Loans

Unsubsidized loans are not need-based, so they are widely available to students. Unlike their subsidized counterparts, they are subject to interest rates from the time they are dispersed to the time they are paid in full.

Federal PLUS Loans (for parents)

Federal PLUS Loans are available to parents with good credit histories who want to help pay for their children’s education. Parents may borrow up to the total cost of education, minus any other financial aid the student receives. The interest rates may vary, but are capped at 9%.

PLUS Loans are by far a preferable option to liquidating investments or paying out of pocket.

Contact Cheryl Bernath in the Financial Aid Office at (212) 287-3521 for more information.