Tuition & Fees

Whether you're looking to kick off a new career or sharpen a specific set of skills, New York School of Interior Design expertly prepares interior designers for professional success. Because of our strong professional focus, you'll have access to internships and designers with real-world experience--invaluable connections that will help you throughout your career. Financial aid is available for those who qualitfy.

Undergraduate Tuition

For Basic Interior Design, AAS, BFA, and BA programs,
& Non-matriculated undergraduates 

Tuition per credit

$915
Enrollment deposit
(nonrefundable, applied to tuition)

$350

 

 

 

Graduate Tuition

MFA candidates pay annual tuition billed on a semester basis (fall and spring)
& separately for summer.

Tuition per semester (MFA-1 , MFA-2)

$15,520
MFA-1 qualifying workshop

$1,035
Cost per credit
(for students who exceed 30 credits in fall & spring semesters combined)

$1,035
Tuition per credit for any required or elective course taken during the summer

$1,035
Tuition per credit (MPS programs)

$1,035
Enrollment deposit (nonrefundable, applied to tuition) $500
   
   
   

Fees

 
Admission application fee

$60
Admission application fee for international students

$100
Registration/Technology fee (fall & spring semesters)

 $295
Registration/Technology fee (summer session)

$255
Graduate print/materials fee
(fall & spring semesters, summer session)

$80
Student services fee (fall and spring semesters)

 $80
Health Insurance fee

$2,513
Replacement ID

$25
Late registration fee

$100
Drop fee

$50
Returned check fee

$35
Transcript fee

$10
Completion of program/ diploma fee

$50


Most courses require additional expenses for lab fees, textbooks, supplies, and museum admissions.

Each graduate student will be provided with a computer at their desk, the cost of which is included in tuition.

NYSID reserves the right to alter the tuition and fee schedule. Accepted students who choose to attend NYSID must pay a nonrefundable tuition deposit to secure their place in the program. All fees and tuition deposits are nonrefundable.

DELIQUENT ACCOUNTS: If a delinquent account is referred to a collection agency the student agrees to reimburse the College the fees of any collection agency, which may be based on a percentage at a maximum of 50% of the debt, and all costs and expenses, including reasonable attorneys’ fees, the school incurs in such collection efforts.

The College offers a variety of financial aid programs, and Tuition Management Systems offer a plan under which students may arrange to finance tuition with monthly payments on a per-semester basis for a nominal fee.

EXPENSES

Typical expenses in addition to tuition and fees for the academic year (9 months) are estimated as follows based on full-time enrollment(12 or more credits):

Financial Aid Budgets

Dependent Student – On Campus

Housing

$16,000

Living Expenses

$5,000

Transportation

$1,800

Books and Supplies

$1,500

Personal Expenses

$2,000

Dependent Student – Off Campus

Housing

$16,000

Living Expenses

$5,000

Transportation

$1,800

Books and Supplies

$1,500

Personal Expenses

$2,000

Dependent Student – With Parent

Housing

$8,000

Living Expenses

$5,000

Transportation

$1,800

Books and Supplies

$1,500

Personal Expenses

$2,000

Independent Student – On Campus

Housing

$16,000

Living Expenses

$5,000

Transportation

$1,800

Books and Supplies

$1,500

Personal Expenses

$3,000

Independent Student – Off Campus

Housing

$16,000

Living Expenses

$5,000

Transportation

$1,800

Books and Supplies

$1,500

Personal Expenses

$3,000

 

Independent Student – With Parent

Housing

$8,000

Living Expenses

$5,000

Transportation

$1,800

Books and Supplies

$1,500

Personal Expenses

$3,000

 

The above are estimates only. Use the Net Price Calculator for a more individualized cost of attendance.

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