If you are registered for classes you are responsible for all costs (tuition and fees) associated with your courses. Please be aware that if you have decided not to participate in Summer in NYC, you must drop your classes via NYU Albert and notify the Office of University Programs in writing at email@example.com so that you are no longer responsible for the costs.
*Students may be charged additional fees for courses such las ab or art fees.
International Students must be enrolled full-time. Full-time enrollment can be defined in one of two ways: (1) You will need a minimum of 6 points for a 6-week session, 3 points for a 3-week session, or 12 points for a 12-week session. (2) You may take a course that meets a total of 18 hours per week.
For more information about requirements for international students, please visit the International Students webpage.
Financial Aid Application Protocols for Visiting Students
- Submit the NYU Summer in NYC Visiting Student Application
- When the Office of University Programs receives your registration form, you will receive an email including your NYU ID number and a link to the NYU Summer Financial Aid Application for Non-NYU (Visiting) Students.*
- Submit your financial aid application to NYU by the appropriate deadline. Failure to do so may prevent your aid from being received by NYU in time for the start of the session.
- Application deadlines:
- Federal Financial Aid (Consortium Agreement) - Priority Deadline: July 20
- Private (Non-Federal) Alternative Loan - Priority Deadline: July 20
*IMPORTANT: You must apply for loans and negotiate consortium agreements on your own. The NYU Summer Financial Aid Application for Non-NYU (Visiting) Students is used ONLY to alert NYU's Office of Financial Aid that external funding will be arriving—submitting this form does not mean you will be considered for aid. Please be sure to initiate consortium agreements with your home school or apply directly to lenders for a private loan and allow 3-4 weeks for processing.