Financial Aid for Transfer Applicants
NYU only offers scholarships and institutional grants to transfer students in select programs. Transfer students may be eligible to apply for federal or state financial aid. To apply for federal or state financial aid as a transfer applicant, please refer to the application and deadline information below.
- FAFSA - For all U.S. citizens, permanent residents, and eligible non-citizens
- TAP - NY residents only
- Fall/Summer Applicants: April 15 by 11:59 p.m. Eastern Standard Time
- Spring Applicants: November 15 by 11:59 p.m. Eastern Standard Time
For further instructions on applying for financial aid as a transfer student, please visit the financial aid webpage.
Institutional Aid Eligibility
Transfer students who are admitted through the following programs may be eligible for scholarships, in addition to federal or state financial aid as outlined above.
Community College Transfer Opportunity Program
NYU CCTOP is a program that provides scholarship funding and support to community college students at select partner institutions to complete their degree at NYU. Visit the CCTOP website to learn about eligibility and application requirements.
Second Degree Program in Rory Meyers College of Nursing (Accelerated)
Gallatin Undergraduate Initiative for Discovery in Education
GUIDE is a mentorship, transition, and scholarship program that prepares high-achieving students at Borough of Manhattan Community College to succeed in rigorous BA-degree liberal arts programs at NYU Gallatin and elsewhere. The program is tailored to students interested in studying social justice.
CAS Pipeline Opportunities for Inter-Collegiate STEM Education
The POISE Program is administered in collaboration with the Borough of Manhattan Community College (BMCC). The purpose of the program is to create a pipeline for promising sophomore-standing BMCC students pursuing STEM (science, technology, engineering, psychology, and math) related majors.
Private Educational Loans
Private educational loans may be an option subject to credit approval for students who are ineligible for federal aid or for whom federal aid is insufficient. We encourage you to carefully consider your options before choosing to borrow and not to borrow more than you need.