Tuition and Fees for Academic Year 2012-2013*
- Full-time Tuition, 12-18 units flat rate, per term: $22,553
- Nonrefundable Registration and Services Fee for flat rate: $1,163
- Nonrefundable Film Production Lab and Insurance Fee: $535
- Nonrefundable Cinema Studies Projection Fee (per unit): $17
- Nonrefundable Photo Lab and Insurance Fee: $365
All eligible registered students must maintain health insurance comparable to the NYU-sponsored Student Health Insurance Plan. International students are automatically enrolled in the NYU-sponsored Student Health Insurance Comprehensive Plan at a cost of $2059 for coverage effective January 9 - August 20, 2013, unless students complete the online enrollment/waiver process before the semester deadline to either maintain other insurance coverage that meets the University's criteria, or to downgrade to the Basic Plan. For additional information on health insurance costs and regulations, please contact the Student Health Insurance Services Office located at 726 Broadway, New York, NY 10003-9580; telephone: (212) 443-1020; http://www.nyu.edu/shc/about/insurance.html.
Housing and Meal Plans
Students in Spring at Tisch have the option of staying in NYU housing or living off-campus. Meal Plans are also optional. New York University offers both traditional dorms and apartment-style residence halls; accommodations and fees vary and will be emailed to accepted students. Because residence hall space is at a premium, Spring at Tisch students are urged to make their NYU housing arrangements as early as possible. Learn more about NYU Housing and Meal Plans.
Upon notification of admission, students confirm their acceptance with a nonrefundable $550 deposit, which is applied to tuition. Unless students subscribe to the Deferred Tuition Plan, they will be asked to pay full tuition by January 4, 2013. Payment may be in the form of a personal check or money order.
While we are not able to provide direct scholarships, students in Spring at Tisch are eligible for the Deferred Tuition Plan.
Visiting students are also encouraged to consult with their home institutions regarding portable financial assistance such as Pell Grants, Stafford Loans, and educational PLUS loans. The student's home institution processes these loans, which are typically applied to their NYU study via a consortium agreement. This agreement is initiated by the student at his or her home school's financial aid office, which in turn forwards the consortium form to New York University, Office of Financial Aid, 25 West Fourth Street, New York, NY 10012-1119. The Office of Financial Aid can be reached at (212) 998-4444. NYU's Office of Financial Aid then confirms the student's acceptance to the program, registration, and the costs of attendance, and returns the agreement to the home institution.
To determine the amount and type of aid available, the home institution compares the costs of attending with the student's individual financial circumstances. As financial aid processing takes a great deal of time, students seeking aid are strongly encouraged to begin the process with their home school as soon as they are accepted.
*Fees are for fall 2012 and spring 2013. Fees for fall 2013 and spring 2014 are to be announced. Fees are subject to change. Registration, services, lab, and insurance fees are nonrefundable. Tuition refunds are subject to the New York University Refund Policy. Visit the Office of the Bursar for additional information about tuition and fees.