You've probably spent tons of time reading about college tuition, financial aid, scholarships, and loans - but that shouldn't be the end of your college financial research. When you get to campus, you may want extra help navigating the next four years and all of the financial decisions along the way.
Find out how the school you attend can help you with the dollars and cents through its programs and resources. Here's what NYU offers.
New York University's Financial Aid Office provides a wealth of information and resources to it’s prospective and current students. On their site they also offer answers to several commonly asked billing questions. You will also find NYU's Financial Aid Pamphlet which is an 18-page PDF with information about paying for New York University along with important financial aid deadlines, costs, and other helpful tips.
Student Link Services offers a locations in Brooklyn and Manhattan for students to visit during specific times where students can ask professionally cross-trained counselors who understand the Registrar, Bursar, Financial Aid, and international student services. These counselors can also be reached via text, online or in person and provide answers to a plethora of questions. These services allow students to access counselors who are knowledgeable in many areas of expertise, thus making it efficient for everyone. Courtesy Meals is an initiative to help other students by sharing meals from their meal plan.
New York University offers Financial Literacy Programs in the form of coaching, workshops, webinars, articles, online tools, and campus events. These programs help students understand various financial aid processes and how to make the best, most educated choices financial in regard to college, life, and the future.
NYU’s iGrad is another component of NYU’s financial literacy programs with a host of interactive tools, calculators, games, and recommendations.
NYU Financial Education Coaching and Presentations provides personalized services through individual sessions and presentations.
NYU provides a comprehensive compilation of References/Resources including calculators, financial guides, worksheets and forms.
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