Estimated school-year expenses are posted on the New School Student Services website under
Tuition and Fee Schedule.
The New School provides a comprehensive program of financial aid services including significant institutional scholarship support based on merit and need. All applicants who file the
Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) are considered for Parsons institutional scholarships.
The New School participates in all available federal and state aid programs, including the Federal Pell Grant, Equal Opportunity Grant, and Federal Family Educational Loan programs.
Applicants to all academic programs at Parsons are automatically considered for scholarships based on merit. There is no separate application for a merit scholarship.
For more information about FAFSA, university and external scholarships, student loans, campus employment, and other possible funding resources, visit
Student Financial Services.
The Office of Student Financial Services works with students and families of all income levels to explore financial options. One option is a monthly payment plan that allows families to spread tuition payments over the school year. Contact Student Financial Services at 212.229.8930 or
The Higher Education Opportunity Program (HEOP) offers support to residents of New York State whose family incomes meet guidelines established by the State Department of Education and whose college success may not be readily predictable by such traditional methods as high school grades and standardized test scores. Candidates for HEOP must exhibit the exceptional art and design talent
expected of all Parsons students. Applicants must be residents of New York State. Students and art teachers interested in HEOP should contact
Parsons School of Design
72 Fifth Avenue, 4th floor New York, NY 10011