TUITION & FINANCIAL INFORMATION
New York University charges tuition and registration fees on a per-unit basis. The tuition rate for the 2020-2021 academic year is $1,947.00 per credit, plus registration and service fees, for a total tuition of $61,908.
* The Board of Trustees of New York University reserves the right to alter tuition and fees. Tuition for the 2021-2022 year will be available in April 2021.
The Office of the Bursar website provides students and parents with information on payment deadline dates, payment options, online services and the university’s financial policies.
If you would like to speak to a Bursar’s office representative in-person about your student account, please visit the Credit Counselor area at 25 West 4th Street near the Washington Square campus. Students can also email or call the office at (212) 998-2800 and speak to a Bursar Student Account, Loan or Refund representative regarding additional questions or concerns about their account.
Electronic Suite (eSuite)
The NYU Electronic Suite (eSuite) for eBill and ePayment is a one-stop shop for Student Financial Services. It’s the official means of generating tuition bills to enrolled students.
The eSuite is an integrated eBill and ePayment web portal, which provides students and parents with the following services:
- View the student’s electronic bill
- View recent account activity in real-time
- Make an electronic check payment towards a student account (Optional)
- Save electronic check payment information (Optional)
- Direct Deposit of Student Refunds
Each time a bill is generated, students are notified at their NYU email address: the eBill notification will only be sent to this address.
HOW TO ACCESS ESUITE:
- Log on to the Albert Student Center using your NYU Net ID and password
- Once in the Albert Student Center, click on the “View Bursar Account” link located under the “Finances” menu
- This will link to the secure eSuite website
TuitionPay Payment Plan
TuitionPay is a payment plan administered by Sallie Mae. This interest-free plan allows for all or a portion of a student’s educational expenses (including tuition, fees, room and board) to be paid in monthly installments. For additional information visit the Bursar’s Web site
For more detailed information about the Office of the Bursar:
NYU Office of the Bursar
105 East 17th street, 3rd Floor
New York, NY 10003
Tel: (212) 998-2806
Fax: (212) 998-2817
*Please include your Name and Student ID “N” number in the email message.
Federal Funding and Private Loans
Domestics students should complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Please visit the FAFSA website for the online application and instructions.
You must include the NYU federal school code number 002785 in the school section of the FAFSA to ensure that your information is accurately transmitted to New York University from the federal processor.
Please note federal student aid is provided only to U.S. Citizens and U.S. permanent residents.
If you completed the FAFSA, you will receive an email notification that directs you to log on to NYU Albert and view your suggested financial aid awards. This award will include information about federal loans and work study (if eligible). If you were awarded funding through CUSP, this award was included in your admission letter, but may not appear immediately in the Albert system. Please do not be concerned if your suggested financial aid award does not include your CUSP award, but be mindful that:
- Your CUSP award information will be posted in the Albert Student Center within the next month.
- Once your CUSP award is posted and viewable, in the Financial Aid section of the Albert Student Center, the Office of Financial Aid will send you an email with instructions on how to secure the award.
- Upon notification of your institutional aid, NYU’s Office of Financial Aid may reduce your suggested loan eligibility by the amount of your CUSP award to stay within your estimated cost of attendance as reflected in your Financial Aid Summary. Please allow time for these adjustments to process.
Private Loan Programs
A number of loan programs are available to graduate students and their families. For further information, please visit the Financial Aid website.
Financing options are limited. All applicants, including international students are considered for NYU CUSP’s merit-based funding; however, many international students who are able to enroll in NYU CUSP may do so additionally with scholarships or loan funding from their home countries. Very few private (non-federal) alternative loans are available to international students; all will require a U.S. cosigner to be granted the loan. For more information please visit www.nyu.edu/financial.aid/private-loans
To learn more about financial aid options, please visit www.nyu.edu/financial.aid