Paying Your Tuition

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Fall 2024 Students: Check out the "Graduate Financial Success: Navigating Your Finances at NYU GPH" workshop as part of our in-person and online student onboarding series to understand the financial aspects of graduate life.


NYU Office of the Bursar

The Office of the Bursar is responsible for managing University billing, collecting and refunding. They assist students and parents with various activities related to paying bills and financial services. 

For additional information, please visit the NYU StudentLink section on the Student Services page.

Tuition and Fees

Tuition rates and fees are available online. Please note that tuition and fees are calculated per credit. 

Billing Date and Payment Due Dates

See billing dates and payment due dates. Be sure to look at the dates under the Graduate section.

Payment Information

Students have a number of options when it comes to paying their bill. Students can pay their tuition bill in full or enroll in one of NYU’s payment plans. There are also different payment methods, including international payments available for students to use. Learn about making payments, payment methods, payment plans and international payments.

Refunding your Payment

A refundable credit balance may result on your student account because of financial aid disbursements, over-payments and/or account adjustments. Refunds caused by financial aid and loan payments are issued after the initial disbursement of financial aid, which generally occurs 10 days prior to the start of the semester. Refunds are processed continually during the semester as aid is credited to the student account.

The fastest way to receive your refund is to enroll in the direct deposit of student refunds. Students who do not enroll in the direct deposit of student refunds will have their refund issued by check.

Refund checks for graduate students who have not enrolled in direct deposit will be mailed to the student’s local address. To ensure receipt of your refund check, it is important to maintain your address in Albert Student Center.

If you have not paid your fees in full, any credit balance you are eligible to receive will be applied to your unpaid balance. If you withdraw from the University or lose eligibility for financial aid due to a change in enrollment, your refund will be returned to the financial aid programs.

NYU Electronic Suite (eSuite)

Students can view their bill by going to the NYU Electronic Suite (eSuite). eSuite is a one-stop shop for Student Financial Services.

Each time a bill is generated, students are notified at their NYUHome email address; the eBill notification will only be sent to this address. is an integrated e-Bill and online payments web portal that provides students and their invited parents/authorized users with the following services:

  • Viewing the student’s electronic bill
  • Viewing current account activity information
  • Making an online payment on a student account

Student Login: Students can access their eSuite account via Albert.

  • Log in to the NYU Albert Student Center using your NYU NetID and password. 
  • Click the Academics tab, then click Albert Login.
  • Click on the Student Center.
  • Once in the Albert Student Center, click on the View Bursar Account link located under the Finances menu. This will take you to the secure eSuite website. Students can also invite parents/authorized users to access their eSuite account. (See instructions below. )

Click here to learn how to access and use e-suite.

Authorized E-Suite Users

If you are a person other than the student, like a parent, guardian, grandparent, spouse, or anyone helping pay tuition and fees other than a third party sponsor, you will not automatically receive a bill for the semester charges unless the student gives you access to view and pay the bill on-line in eSuite. This process is called authorizing a user.

Once you are authorized as a user in eSuite:

  • The Office of the Bursar has permission to discuss financial information with you related to the student
  • you can submit an electronic check payment from a U.S. checking account
  • you can check the student's account balance in real-time
  • you will receive an email notification when the tuition and fee bill is available online for viewing and paying
  • you can enroll for in the Deferred Payment Plan
  • you can view 1098T information

Learn How to Invite Parents/Authorized Users to access eSuite.

NYU Office of Financial Aid

The NYU Office of Financial Aid coordinates and administers the many types of federal, state, and private assistance programs available to eligible students at New York University.

Financial Aid counselors provide guidance and information to students and families that enable them to maximize their eligibility and make the best decisions about investing in an education at NYU.

For additional information, please visit the NYU StudentLink section on the Student Services page.

NYU Financial Aid Explained


Learn about Financial Aid & Loan ServicingStudents who wish to be considered for federal or state financial aid, including loans, should complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Students apply for federal financial aid electronically. Be sure to complete all required sections of the FAFSA. The federal school code number for NYU is 002785. This process is for U.S. citizens and eligible non-citizens only.

After the FAFSA has been filed, reviewed and processed, which can take a few weeks, you will receive an email notification that directs you to log onto the ALBERT system and view your suggested financial aid awards. These awards will include information about federal loans and work study (if eligible).

If you have any questions or you need further guidance do not hesitate to speak with a Financial Aid Counselor.

Important financial aid dates and deadlines are posted one month in advance on the Events Calendar (Under Event Type, select Dates & Deadlines).

Scholarships and Grants from Other Organizations

In addition to loan servicing, you may also be eligible for a private scholarship or grant from an outside organization or agency. Some sources to explore are employers, unions, professional organizations, and community and special interest groups.

The alphabetical list below is a representative survey of free scholarship search services and related information. New York University is not affiliated with, and does not endorse, any of the organizations included in this sample.

See also: National Scholarship Competitions (only for students already enrolled at NYU as application requires NYU endorsement).

You must notify the Office of Financial Aid if you receive funds from any outside organization.