Tuition and Fees
An NYU School of Professional Studies Paul McGhee Division degree is an investment in your future and our research shows the majority of our students advance in their careers after graduation. However, we understand that you may have concerns about financing your education. Many students in the Paul McGhee Division are able to develop a solid plan to pay for their studies through a combination of scholarships, and federal and private loans.
International students may find an online currency converter helpful to estimate costs.
Paul McGhee Division Tuition, Fees, and Expenses
|2016-2017 Academic Year
||4 Units||6–10 Units||12 Units|
|Tuition (per semester)||$5,492||$10,972||$13,718|
|Registration Fee (per semester)||$668
|Health Insurance (includes summer coverage)||Please visit the NYU Student Health Insurance website.|
|Room and Board||$2,270–$17,580||$2,270–$17,580||$2,270–$17,580|
|Books and Supplies||$1,070||$1,070||$1,070|
|Transportation||Up to $2,044||Up to $2,044||Up to $2,044|
Further Financial Considerations
New York University requires that students in a degree-granting program maintain health insurance coverage. The annual cost of health insurance for the mandatory plan and for the optional plans can be found on the NYU Student Health Insurance website. Student health insurance may be waived if you have other health insurance coverage that meets the University's requirements.
The NYU Office of Residential Life and Housing Services is responsible for the overall administration and operation of NYU residence halls. Unfortunately, on-campus housing at NYU is very limited. The few spaces available are open only to students pursuing full-time study and are typically offered for the student’s first year. Information on the housing application process will be available to admitted students.
The Office of Admissions serves as the liaison to the NYU Office of Residential Life and Housing Services, so please direct any general questions to us.
To learn more about the residence hall facilities available to students, please visit the NYU Office of Residential Life and Housing Services.
The NYU Off-Campus Housing Office provides assistance to current and newly admitted NYU students, faculty, and staff members who are not eligible for, or not interested in, NYU student housing, including those with families or non-student roommates who are seeking private, off-campus apartment rentals. More information is available through the NYU Off-Campus Housing Guide. You must be an admitted student to log on to the off-campus housing search portal.
Housing Resources Beyond NYU
Educational Housing Services provides college students with furnished housing at reasonable prices and without having to pay broker fees. Buildings are located in Manhattan and in Brooklyn.
Please note that this service is not verified or endorsed by New York University.
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