Tuition and Fees
Tuition and Fees
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 the Precollege program, you must drop your classes via NYU Albert and notify the Office of University Programs in writing at email@example.com prior to the start of the program so that you are no longer responsible for the costs.
In general, the tuition for NYU Precollege can be calculated by multiplying the cost per credit by the number of credits you would like to take. Below you will find a chart that provides some sample breakdowns of tuition and fees.
Spring 2021 Precollege Tuition and Fees Breakdown
Totals do not include course-specific fees, such as lab or equipment fees, if applicable.
Students are able to take anywhere between 2 to 8 credits (1 or 2 classes) and should refer to the Spring Precollege Course Options webpage to see how many credits are awarded for each available course.
*Scholarships are available only for the Summer term. Scholarships for the Spring 2021 are not available.
A limited number of scholarships are available for Summer Precollege to academically qualified students who demonstrate a high level of financial need. Please note that scholarships will not cover the full cost of the program for any recipients.
Students who are interested in financial aid should submit their Summer Precollege application by March 25 to ensure they can submit the scholarship application by the scholarship deadline, which is April 1st.
Students interested in applying for an NYU Precollege scholarship should complete the following steps:
- When filling out the online Precollege application, select "Yes" in response to the question "Are you interested in applying for a scholarship?".
- Within 48 hours of submitting the online application, students will receive an email with instructions for submitting the scholarship application.
- Students will be directed to activate their NYU credentials (which will be included in the email) in order to access the scholarship application.
- Complete and submit the scholarship application. There are no supplemental materials that need to be submitted, as students will self-report family household financial information directly from the 1040.
Scholarship information will be reviewed by the NYU Office of Financial Aid and decisions will be emailed directly to student's NYU email accounts beginning in late March. Students will not receive decisions about scholarships until AFTER they receive their admissions decision.
Please note: On the scholarship application, students are asked to list the total number of course credits they plan to take during the program. If you receive a scholarship, the funds you receive are based on your anticipated tuition cost. Therefore, you should register in the number of credits you indicated in your scholarship application. If you later add or drop a course and your total credits change, your scholarship amount may be adjusted up or down accordingly. For questions about matching your scholarship amount to your credit total, please contact NYU Financial Aid at firstname.lastname@example.org or 212-998-4444.