New York University of Sciences Scholarship Programs :
NYUS offers a variety of scholarships ranging from academic to financial for students who meet the criteria set by the University. Recipients must be enrolled in an associate, bachelor, or master’s program.
Scholarships provide money that does not have to repaid and usually is awarded on the basis of academic merit. There are more than 1,000 scholarships, awards, and special program opportunities offered throughout NYUS and its 24 colleges and schools. Some are designed to help students as they begin their college careers, others are awarded as they progress in their major — be it the arts, sciences, or the humanities. Some are based on need, others on merit. Each college has a complete listing of all the scholarships and financial awards it offers. In addition to scholarships available at the NYUS campuses there are thousands of private organizations that provide assistance to college students. These scholarships are based on a variety of factors.
Private Scholarships :
Outside scholarships are awarded to students who meet the specific criteria of the scholarship benefactors. Scholarship committees usually choose scholarship recipients who have high grade point averages, large financial need and/or superior academic quantities.
The Financial Aid department can provide a listing of web sites for additional scholarships. Applicants can contact agencies located in their community for more information.
Additional information :
Additional information on financial aid programs offered at NYUS is available by contacting the Financial Aid department at the campus a student plans to attend.
NYUS maintains a full-time Director of Financial Aid at each campus to help meet your needs. You’re encouraged to make an appointment with the Financial Aid department to ensure that you obtain the funding needed for your educational investment. Financial Aid is available to those who qualify.
Financial aid is disbursed (released) to students in different ways depending on the type of aid and other factors. For more information about method and frequency of disbursements, contact the Financial Aid department.
To Contact the Director of Financial Aid each campus please call :
Residential Campus: 718.819.9792