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FINANCIAL AID & SCHOLARSHIPS

Thinking of finishing your undergraduate degree?

Let us help you do it affordably.

Completing your undergraduate degree can help you to qualify for jobs that specifically require skills and knowledge, which are acquired through this important credential. Whether you are a transfer student or an adult going back to school after a long hiatus, committing to completing your undergraduate degree requires careful financial planning. Our goal is to help you make well-informed decisions by ensuring that you are aware of all of your financial aid options, and to put together a plan that works best for you.

Attend Our Instant Decision Day!

During the event, you will have the opportunity to meet with Admissions Officers to discuss your application and connect with an academic advisor who can provide guidance on transfer credits. Students with complete applications will receive a decision.

EXPLORE YOUR OPTIONS

Scholarships and Grants

Grants and scholarships are kinds of financial aid that you don’t have to pay back. While scholarships can be merit or need-based, most grants are based on your specific financial circumstances. Below are scholarships and grants offered through NYU SPS. While scholarships can be merit- or need-based, most grants are based on your specific financial circumstances. Below are scholarships and grants offered through NYU SPS. DAUS also offers scholarships for students already enrolled in its programs >

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"The Achieve Scholarship provided me with a way to finance a substantial portion of my education."

Federal and State Grants

Achieve Scholarship

NYU School of Professional Studies Scholarship

Community College Transfer Opportunity Program

Phi Theta Kappa

Dean's Scholars Program

Shimkin Scholarship

External Scholarships

Global Diversity Scholarship


PLEASE NOTE
Students applying to the BS in Real Estate, BS in Hotel and Tourism Management or BS in Sport Management need to visit the NYU Financial Aid and Scholarships website.
 


Loans and Payment Plans

Federal and private loans are available to help you pay for your graduate education. Federal loans require you filing a FAFSA. Payment plans offered through the NYU Bursar also available. Many employers also offer tuition reimbursement, so if you are working, be sure to check with your HR department.

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Federal Loans

Private Loans

Payment Plans

Employer Tuition Reimbursement

"I was able to fund my studies through scholarships and federal loans."


International Students

International undergraduate student

More than 50% of students attending NYU SPS are international. While US federal aid is not available to international students who seek to earn a graduate degree, other options are available including:


MILITARY VETERANS & ACTIVE DUTY MILITARY

Undergraduate Military Veteran Student

Active duty members of the military and their family members qualify for a range of military benefits and additional financial aid and scholarships. If you are in the military now, your unit may pay for your tuition if you attend college in your off-duty time. Tuition assistance for military spouses and other family members also is available.

Once you have an understanding of your benefits, we can help you to plan the financial path best for you.

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Military veterans and their family members qualify for a range of military benefits and additional financial aid and scholarships. NYUSPS is a proud participant in the Yellow Ribbon GI Education Enhancement Program, which provides scholarship assistance from the University and the US Department of Veterans Affairs. NYUSPS currently provides a $10,000 Yellow Ribbon award which is matched by the VA for an annual award total of $20,000.

To qualify for the Yellow Ribbon Enhancement, you must apply to the VA. The VA will determine your eligibility for the Post-9/11 GI Bill and issue you a Certificate of Eligibility. You may then contact the VA Certifications Team at certifications@nyu.edu. We appreciate your service!

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NEED SOME GUIDANCE?

Not sure where to begin, want more information, have questions
related to the best approach to financial aid for you?

Review our comprehensive Financial Aid Guidelines and reach out to our team with any questions.

CALL: 212.998.7100 • EMAIL: sps.admissions.nyu.edu


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