Master of Science Affording the rewards
of a CUSP education
In addition to the financial aid options available to all NYU graduate students, including the Unsubsidized Stafford Loan Program, other federal loan programs, the Federal Work Study Program, private loans, and external grants, there are several funding opportunities specifically for NYU-CUSP students.
An admissions representative can provide you with specific details on general NYU graduate student financial aid options available to you, as well as those listed below for NYU-CUSP students.
If you are applying for financial aid, please complete your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form.
NYU-CUSP university and industry partners offer fellowships that will defray your tuition costs. Award criteria are determined by the entity offering the fellowship.
A number of competitive merit-based scholarships are offered by NYU-CUSP and its partners to help finance your degree.
Internships with agency and industry partners provide rich learning experiences that complement your classroom and project-based coursework. Some of these opportunities are paid internships, which also help to finance your education.
- The cost of attending New York University is comparable to that of other selective private institutions. New York University charges tuition and registration fees on a per-unit basis. The tuition rate for the 2017-2018 academic year is $1,731.00 per unit, plus registration and service fees, for a total tuition of $55,260.*
* The Board of Trustees of New York University reserves the right to alter tuition and fees.