Contact a Sternie

NYU Stern second-year Graduate Ambassadors are here to answer your questions

Interviews with the Admissions Committee are by invitation only, but we encourage you to contact current second-year MBA students to ask any questions about our program. Feel free to email them at mbaga@stern.nyu.edu or reach them by phone at 212-998-0616.

More details about our incoming Graduate Ambassadors for the 2016-2017 academic year will be available soon.

Contact a Sternie

NYU Stern second-year Graduate Ambassadors are here to answer your questions

Interviews with the Admissions Committee are by invitation only, but we encourage you to contact current second-year MBA students to ask any questions about our program. Feel free to email them at mbaga@stern.nyu.edu or reach them by phone at 212-998-0616.

More details about our incoming Graduate Ambassadors for the 2016-2017 academic year will be available soon.

Print a Bursar Receipt Online

Students can go on line to print out their Bursar Receipt/bill.

For receipts prior to 2009, students can fill out the Request a Bursar Receipt Online Form to receive a receipt by mail.

Refund Schedule for students who Withdraw from all classes

Refund Schedule for students who Withdraw from all classes 

The refund schedule below is for students who "Completely Withdraw" from ALL classes during the semester.

Fall 2016
First day of Classes - September 6, 2016

Withdrawal through the Official First Day of the semester (September 6, 2016) 100% of Tuition & Fees
(less your non-refundable deposit). The Launch/Orientation fee will not be refunded after August 1
Prior to 9/07/2016
September 7, 2016 through the end of the first calendar week of classes 100% of Tuition only 9/07/16 - 9/12/16
Second calendar week of classes 70% of Tuition only 9/13/16 - 9/19/16
Third calendar week of classes 55% of Tuition only 9/20/16 - 9/26/16
Fourth calendar week of classes 25% of Tuition only 9/27/16 - 10/03/16
After the Fourth week of classes NO REFUND 10/04/16 - forward

Please note that students who completely withdraw from the program, ALL fees (including school related fees) are non-refundable after the Official First Day of the semester, September 6, 2016.

 

 

Refund Policy

  • Per course refunds do not apply to full-time students who pay “flat rate tuition fee”.
  • For a refund schedule for complete Withdrawals, see the Refund Schedule & Policy page
  • Langone students taking DAY CLASSES, please click on the following link to see the individual class refund date for 100% tuition and registration & service fees:  Refund and Withdrawal Dates
  • Incoming students must notify NYU Stern that they no longer plan to enroll by the following deadline in order to still receive a Launch/Orientation fee refund: August 1, 2016.
  • The Business Writing, Math and Accounting Workshop fee is refundable if you drop prior to the start of each workshop.

Refund Policy

Students who drop their courses during the above stated schedule periods will be refunded according to the stated refund percentage. The “effective date” of any drop or withdrawal is the date the student completed the request on-line, in person (add/drop form done at the Office of Records and Registration) by fax (date on fax: [212] 995-4424) or by mail (postmark date). Please refer to the Tuition Refund Schedule to determine the refund you will receive.

The difference between a “Drop” and a “Withdrawal” is:
  • A Drop is done during the refund period (see the Tuition Refund Schedule) and the course is deleted from the transcript.
  • A Withdrawal is done after the refund period (see the Tuition Refund Schedule) and the course appears on the transcript with a non-credit grade of “W”. There is no refund for a withdrawal and students will have to pay for the additional credits they must take to make up for the “W”.
Students wishing an exception to the published refund schedule may appeal to the MBA Academic Policy Board in writing and document the circumstances warranting consideration. Serious illness or military service may be considered causes of exceptions. Travel required for a job or other job-related issues are not reasons for exceptions to the refund policy.

Email your appeal to the MBA Academic Policy Board at http://www.stern.nyu.edu/AcademicAffairs/Policies/index.htm

Electronic Check Payment

Escape the hassles, pay your NYU tuition with an electronic check… Paying tuition is EZ (easy) with E-check!

A convenient way to pay your tuition balance is online by using an Electronic check. Paying your bill by an electronic check will post to your student account immediately, and will initiate the transfer of funds from your bank account within one to two business days. New student paying by electronic check for their Tuition Deposit, payment will be posted to their account the next business day. This service is free of cost.

Benefits of E-checking

24/7 available access

You can pay your bill online from anywhere in the world, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Convenience

No waiting on lines, no stamps, no licking the envelope.

Reliable and Faster

Your payments are applied to your account faster, eliminating the 3 to 10 day check mailing time.

Security

E-check is safe and secure. Your check cannot become lost or stolen.

Avoid Late Fees

Bypass late fees, by e-checking your tuition and fees payments.

New and Continuing Students

New and Continuing students paying their TUITION and FEES ONLY via electronic check: Click on this link.

Students having problem with the above link ONLY, can use this link to pay their TUITION and FEES via electronic check: click here.

Please have the following information available before you proceed:

  1. Student identification number
  2. Amount due
  3. Home address and phone number
  4. E-mail address
  5. Check Information
    • Bank Routing Number (the nine digit number between the two colons on the bottom left of your check)
    • Checking account number

Before the payment process is complete, the system will:

  1. Inform you of the total amount that will be debited from your checking account.
  2. Allow you to confirm the information provided.
  3. Allow you to print a confirmation and receive an e-mail confirmation of payment.

PLEASE NOTE:

Only checking accounts with U.S. financial institutions may be used for making payments. Please be advised this service is not available if payment is being made from a Home Equity Line of credit account. You must submit your line of credit check directly to the Stern Graduate Bursar Office. Paying with an electronic check will initiate the transfer of funds from your bank account within one to two business days. Payments for Tuition deposit made before 3:00 p.m. EST (Monday through Friday, excluding bank holidays) will be posted to the student's account at New York University on the next business day. Payments received after 3:00 will be posted to the student's account on the second business day after payment is made. Please note that payments made between 3 p.m. EST on Friday and 3 p.m. EST on Monday will be posted to the student's account on Tuesday. Payments made for Tuition and Fees by an electronic check will post to your student account immediately.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is E-check?

New York University has contracted with an outside service to permit students to make electronic payments toward their student account. The e-check payment option enables you to make payment toward your student account over the web by using an electronic interface with your bank.

When will the funds be transferred from my bank account?

Paying with an electronic check will initiate the transfer of funds from your bank account within one to two business days.

When will my payment be posted to my NYU student account?

Payments made for Tuition and Fees by an electronic check will post to your account immediately. Payments for Tuition Deposit made before 3:00 p.m. ET (Monday through Friday, excluding bank holidays) will be deposited to the student's account at New York University on the next business day. Payments received after 3:00 will be deposited to the student's account on the second business day after payment is made. Please note that payments made between 3 p.m. ET on Friday and 3 p.m. ET on Monday will be posted to the student's account on Tuesday. Please keep this in mind to avoid late fees.

What if I make an e-check payment on the tuition due date, but the funds are not transferred from my bank account until one to two business days later.

E-checks payments for Tuition and Fees entered on the tuition due date will be posted to your account immediately and be considered on time. Please note that if bank account information is entered incorrectly, the bank will return your payment and we will treat it as a return check. If you have enrolled for classes but do not meet the tuition payment deadline date, your class reservations will be cancelled and you must re-register. To avoid the possibility of your selected courses being closed, we strongly recommend that you meet the tuition payment deadline.

Does my bank/financial institution have to be in the United States?

Yes, only checking accounts with U.S. financial institutions may be used for making payments.

Can I use either a checking or savings account?

Payment using an electronic check must be made only from a checking account.

Can I use a Home Equity Line of credit account to make an e-check payment?

No, please be advised this service is not available if payment is being made from a Home Equity Line of credit account. You must submit your line of credit check directly to the Stern Graduate Bursar's Office.

Can a parent, spouse or employer make payment on behalf of a student?

No, the Tuition and Fees E-check is a secured site and require student log in with their account and password.

What happens if I do not have enough sufficient funds in my checking account when the electronic check is processed?

Insufficient funds will be assessed a returned check fee of $20.00 (plus $100 late payment fee) by NYU and you will be prevented from using a personal check in the future. Your bank may also require you to pay an additional returned check fee.

Can I use a check from my credit card company to make an E-check payment?

No, you must submit a check from your credit card company directly to the Stern Graduate Bursar's Office.

50/50 Agreement & Application


Deferred Tuition Plan (50/50)

50/50 Application & Agreement 2016-2017 Form

Degree candidates may participate in this plan under the following conditions:
  • Not in arrears (past due) for any NYU charge or loan;
  • Without a previously unsatisfactory NYU credit record;
  • Matriculated and registering for 6 credits or more.
Under the Deferred Tuition Plan, an initial payment of 50 percent of tuition, plus a non-refundable application fee, are due in full upon registration. Under this plan, financial aid awards, student loan credits and any other type of credits given by NYU or an outside agency cannot be used as part of the initial payment. To calculate this initial payment, subtract the financial aid and student loan credits and any other type of credits given by NYU or an outside agency from the TOTAL CHARGES and divide this NET BALANCE in half. THIS IS THE INITIAL 50% PAYMENT.

The second payment of 50 percent of tuition is due in full by November 1. A 12 percent interest fee per annum (1 percent per calendar month or any part of) will be charged on the unpaid balance. Failure to meet payment on time will result in a penalty charge of $100. (See the penalty schedule in the Stern Bulletin).

EXAMPLE:   How to calculate your first payment on the 50/50 Plan

 

          Charges                                                          Loans , Scholarship & Other Credits

     Tuition             =          $20,000.00                  Student Loan   =          $10,148.00

      Reg/serv fee    =          $  1,500.00                 Scholarship      =          $  1,800.00

     TOTAL CHARGES  = $21,500.00                  Total credit      =          $11,948.00

         

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Total charges   =          $21,500.00

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Total credit      =         ($11,948.00)

            NET BALANCE   =     $ 9,552.00    divide this in half = $4,776.00

 

Your first payment on the 50/50 Plan is  $4,826.00      
($4,776.00 +$50.00 Application fee)

 
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