To be considered for any type of financial assistance, you must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by March 15 for fall semester applicants and by October 1 for spring semester applicants and be eligible for federal aid. New York University’s institution code is 002785.
Full-Time and Part-Time Students
Graduate Gallatin Scholarship
A Gallatin scholarship may be awarded to eligible students based on financial need and academic merit.
To apply: Click "Yes" for the question "Do you wish to be considered for financial assistance?" in the Enrollment Information section of the Application for Admission. You must also submit the FAFSA by March 15 for fall semester applicants and by October 1 for spring semester applicants.
Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) Fellowships
Summer Study Only
Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) fellowships provide financial support to students who are studying a modern foreign language as part of their academic program on Latin America, the Caribbean, or the Middle East in preparation for a career that will utilize their language studies. The fellowships are administered for the U.S. Department of Education Title VI Program by the two designated National Resource Centers at New York University. Gallatin students may apply for a FLAS Fellowship for summer study only.
The centers and the eligible languages of award are as follows:
Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies (CLACS)
Summer FLAS may be used for intensive study of any approved priority or less commonly taught language, including Quechua, Mixtec, Nahual Haitian Kreyol, and Portuguese.
To apply: Contact one of the designated National Resource Centers at NYU above.
Application for Supplemental Scholarship Aid
The Supplemental Scholarships are small tuition awards given to eligible incoming and current Gallatin students who have filed a current FAFSA that demonstrates need.
To apply: Applications are available online beginning the first day of registration for awards for the following semester and is called the Application for Supplemental Scholarship Aid on the Gallatin website. The deadline to submit the Application for Supplemental Scholarship Aid is the first day of classes of each semester and the first day of the first summer session for summer aid.
To apply: Submit the FAFSA by March 15 for fall semester applicants and by October 1 for spring semester applicants. FAFSAs submitted after the deadline will be reviewed for federal aid eligibility.
Federal Work-Study Program
The Federal Work-Study Program for domestic students enrolled for at least 6 units combines federal and University resources to fund a limited number of part-time jobs, usually in campus offices and organizations. Students are considered for Federal Work-Study funds when they submit the FAFSA. Federal Work-Study jobs are not guaranteed for eligible students.
Students who need to cover their graduate study expenses and who are enrolled for a minimum of 6 units may also apply for student employment by contacting the Wasserman Center above.
Work-Study earnings are not credited on your Bursar bill, but are paid directly to the student on a bi-weekly basis. Money earned from employment is normally used for books, transportation, and personal expenses.
The Gallatin School of Individualized Study awards four $25,000 Dean’s Graduate Scholarships to eligible incoming MA students. These scholarships provide support for outstanding students who are pursuing innovative programs of study that investigate questions and themes within four broad areas of interdisciplinary academic inquiry.
Resident Assistants (RAs), Resource Center Assistants (RCAs), and Residential Life Assistants (RLAs) . The Office of Residential Life and Housing Services offers graduate students opportunities to work with both graduate and undergraduate residential communities in various positions to promote students’ educational and social pursuits.
For additional information and to apply: visit the office’s website.
Note: The selection process for a given academic year commences in the fall of the prior academic year (i.e., applications are available in fall 2015 for 2016-2017 positions).
NYU America Reads and Counts is the largest program of its kind in the nation and provides an excellent opportunity for graduate students to earn money while working in a local NYC public school. Working under the supervision of classroom teachers, NYU students help school children acquire literacy and/or mathematical skills. Tutors need not be enrolled in a teacher preparation program or have prior tutoring experience, but must be able to make a minimum weekly commitment of six hours in blocks of no less than two hours. Tutors must have a Federal Work-Study allotment determined on the basis of their FAFSA in order to participate in the program.