Financial Aid Policies & Application

All financial aid requests (including requests for scholarship assistance, loans, and tuition deferrals, reductions, or waivers) will be considered by a standing¬†Financial Aid Committee consisting of the Institute’s Executive Director, the Director of Administration, and graduates of the Institute.

In keeping with the mandate of the Board of Trustees, financial aid is be need-based only. In order to document financial need, applicants will be asked to provide with their request the following information: most recent personal tax return, including all schedules and Forms W-2; current pay stubs for all salaried positions held by all household members; documentation of any unemployment insurance benefits received; documentation of housing cost (current rent bill or mortgage/maintenance bills); current tuition statement(s); documentation of any outstanding loan debt (including educational loans), including loan note and current loan bill and statement of account; schedule of trust funds, if any, including trust principal and current income generated by the trust. In addition, the Financial Aid Committee may request further information from applicants seeking financial aid, and applicants may document need by addressing areas not necessarily listed above.

Confidential applications for financial aid should be made in writing to: Elizabeth Krimendahl, Executive Director and Rich Herman, Director of Administration, at 20 West 74th Street, New York, NY 10023. Applications are due September 1, 2023 for the 2023-24 academic year.

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