The Core Program's tuition is comparable in cost to the other full-time, day undergraduate divisions of NYU.
We know that for many students financial aid is an important consideration in deciding where to go to college. Financial aid packages at NYU are awarded when a student is offered admission, and they take into account both financial need and academic merit.
In order to maximize your opportunities for financial assistance, you must file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). We recommend that students apply electronically via the NYU Web site at www.nyu.edu/financial.aid. A paper FAFSA form may be obtained from your high school or by calling 800-4-fed-aid or by visiting the FAFSA Web site at www.fafsa.ed.gov.
Freshmen applicants should submit the FAFSA between January 1 and February 15. Transfer applicants should file between January 1 and March 1. For students applying to enter NYU in the spring term, FAFSA forms must be received by November 1.When filing the FAFSA, you must request that your information be sent to New York University by entering our FAFSA code, which is 002785.
In addition to submitting the FAFSA form, freshmen applying for Early Decision and desiring consideration for both merit- and need-based aid must submit the NYU Early Decision financial aid form included in the Application for Undergraduate Admission. The deadline for this form is November 1. Please note that NYU uses only the FAFSA form. If you have completed the College Scholarship Service application or any other financial aid application, please do not list NYU.