What It Costs: Tuition, Scholarships, and Financial Aid
Our Commitment to Affordability
NYU Steinhardt and its partner schools offer generous support to make the Teacher Residency affordable to students from diverse backgrounds. All teaching residents are eligible for substantial scholarships and financial aid packages:
- Scholarships for eligible students range from $10,000 to more than $25,000 to help cover the cost of your tuition and do not have to be paid back.
- Stipends range from $12,500 to $20,000 and assist with your educational and living expenses.
- Free residential housing is available from partner schools in certain locations.
- Service completion awards allow eligible students to repay student loans or educational costs after finishing the program.
- Student loans can help cover your cost of attendance but must be paid back. The typical financial aid package for graduate students includes a “suggested student loan” amount. If you teach in low-income schools after you complete your Teacher Residency, you may be eligible for federal teacher loan forgiveness programs.
We seek a diverse group of applicants to become teaching residents and encourage you to apply and complete your financial aid application today.
Once you have been admitted, we will send you detailed information on the scholarship and financial aid package you will receive. You are under no obligation to enroll in the program until you have seen and accepted your financial aid package.
Tuition and Fees for 2016-17 Academic Year
Based on your eligibility, a sizable portion of the cost of the program will be covered through scholarships, stipends, housing subsidies, and other forms of financial aid.
Summer 2016 cost per credit is $1,536 with additional $800 fees for registration. Fall 2016, Spring 2017, and Summer 2017 cost per credit is $1,596 with additional $2,844 total fees for registration. Tuition for Fall 2017 through Summer 2018 will be available in June 2017. The Board of Trustees of New York University reserves the right to alter the fee schedule without notice.
How to Apply for Financial Aid and Scholarships
To determine your eligibility for need-based scholarships and to apply for student loans, you must complete and submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as soon as possible and indicate that your data is to be sent to New York University, institution code number 002785.
Do not wait for an acceptance offer to submit your FAFSA materials. NYU’s Office of Financial Aid will send you a financial aid package shortly after you have an offer to participate in the Embedded MAT program.
For help in completing the FAFSA, call 800-4-FED-AID.
If you have questions about financial aid, please contact our enrollment specialists, who will connect you with a financial aid counselor who can answer your questions.