How to Apply: New York Campus
Transfer/Second Bachelor Required Applications and Deadlines
Our financial aid counselors are here to help prospective transfer students consider financial options including federal financial aid. If you are eligible to submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and want to be considered for federal student aid, you must provide your Social Security Number on the CITIZENSHIP section of the Common Application. The CSS Profile, however, is not required for transfer students.
At present, NYU does not provide institutional aid to transfer students with the exception of certain partner or specialty programs such as CCTOP, GUIDE, POISE, and Second Degree Transfer program at Rory Meyers College of Nursing.
Fall/Summer Applicants Deadline: April 1
Spring Applicants Deadline: November 15
NOTE: Please file 2020-2021 academic year financial aid applications if applying for Spring/Summer 2021 and 2021-2022 academic year financial aid applications if applying for Fall 2021.
NYU School Codes: FAFSA 002785, TAP 0555
1 Recommended Filing Date for FAFSA:
The FAFSA (NYU school code 002785) is required for federal financial aid for all U.S. Citizens, Permanent Residents, and eligible non-citizens applying to our New York City campus and/or to NYU Shanghai. Admitted students who file and complete the FAFSA by the recommended filing date will receive a financial aid package that includes federal financial aid eligibility at the time of admission. Admitted students who file and complete the FAFSA after the recommended filing date will have their federal aid eligibility awarded upon receipt of the FAFSA. Use of the Data Retrieval Tool is preferred whenever possible.
2 Tuition Assistance for New York Residents:
A TAP application (NYU school code 0555) is required for all NY State residents who are eligible for federal financial aid and who would like to be reviewed for TAP Grant eligibility for our New York campus. The TAP application may be filed after you have filed the FAFSA.