Each course has its own tuition charge. Some courses may also have a fee for supplies or equipment. These charges may be found on the Bursar’s website.
For further information about tuition and fees, visit the January Term website.
NYU offers tuition insurance to students in case the student suffers a serious illness or injury and needs to leave the University before the semester is complete. For information about the Tuition Insurance Refund Plan, please visit the NYU Bursar website.
All students are responsible for following University policies regarding withdrawing from courses. Students may be eligible for a tuition refund depending on the date by which they drop a course or withdraw from the University. The course refund schedule and complete semester withdrawal refund schedule are set by the NYU Bursar.
Please note that NYU does NOT offer scholarship or grant funding for visiting students. If you are an NYU January Term visiting student, the following options may be available to you:
- Consortium Agreement: If you are currently enrolled at another college or university, contact your home school’s financial aid office to inquire about receiving aid from your school via a consortium agreement with NYU.
- Private Loans: If you are not currently enrolled at another college or if your school will not authorize a consortium agreement, you may be eligible for private loans.
In addition, visiting non-NYU students who are receiving institutional scholarship or grant funds from their home school while attending January Term at NYU must notify New York University. Visiting non-NYU students will receive further information and instructions upon registration for January Term at NYU.
For further information, please visit the January Term website.
The bill payment deadline for January is December 6. Your payment deadline will be included in your e-bill. Students who do not pay their accounts by the deadline may be de-enrolled from their courses. Therefore, you are strongly encouraged to pay your account by the deadline. If you enroll in a course after this date, you will receive an e-bill shortly thereafter with a payment deadline.
Notifications of electronic bills (e-bills) are sent to students at their NYU email accounts with instructions on how to view bills via Albert online. The preferred method of payment is electronic check. If you are unable to pay using an e-check, other methods are available. NYU does not accept payments by credit card. Students can view their bills at any time on Albert via NYUHome.
Students may also grant their parents access to their account and billing information via Albert. For step-by-step instructions on how to view and pay your bill and/or include your parents as authorized users of your account, view the Bursar’s website.