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What is Cost of Attendance?

The cost of attendance (COA), also known as the "budget," represents the student's maximum financial aid eligibility. The budget is determined by the university and consists of tuition and fees plus living expenses. If you are a U.S. citizen or a U.S. permanent resident (with a green card), you may submit a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Once a FAFSA is on file, full-time students are packaged up to the Cost of Attendance using a combination of Stafford and Graduate Plus loans. Please note though that the Graduate Plus loan (should you decide to accept) is contingent upon a credit check.

Cost of Attendance for Fall Start Students


2013-2014 Budget for MBA1 Students
NYU Stern Tuition & Fees
Tuition & Fees* $61,274
 
Living Expenses
Room & Board $25,986
Books & Supplies $1,980
Local Travel $1,008
Miscellaneous** $8,322
Loan Fees $216
 
Total $98,786
*Includes a one-time fee for Launch (Orientation)
**Includes NYU Student Health Insurance costs

Cost of Attendance for Summer Start Students


Summer 2013 Budget for Summer Start Students
NYU Stern Tuition & Fees
Tuition & Fees for 6 credits* $13,592
 
Living Expenses
Room & Board $5,438
Books & Supplies $490
Local Travel $224
Miscellaneous** $1,152
Loan Fees $108
 
Total $21,004
*Includes Summer Start Program Fee
**Includes NYU Student Health Insurance costs

2013-2014 Budget for Summer Start Students
NYU Stern Tuition & Fees
Tuition & Fees* $50,182
 
Living Expenses
Room & Board $25,986
Books & Supplies $1,980
Local Travel $1,008
Miscellaneous** $8,322
Loan Fees $216
 
Total $87,694
*Includes a one-time fee for Launch (Orientation)
**Includes NYU Student Health Insurance costs