Financial Aid for MD Students
NYU Long Island School of Medicine is proud to offer full-tuition scholarships for three years to all matriculated students who maintain satisfactory academic progress and professionalism standards, regardless of merit or financial need. Enrolled students receive a bill that includes a tuition charge along with a credit for a full-tuition scholarship that offsets this cost.
We also offer federal loans to help our students cover additional costs associated with attending medical school, including books and supplies, room and board, health insurance, and fees.
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid® (FAFSA®) is required to be considered for federal loan aid. The following information is needed:
- federal income tax returns, including all pages and schedules filed
- W-2 form(s)
- NYU Long Island School of Medicine FAFSA® institutional code, 002785
- a federal student aid identification number (FSA ID), issued by the U.S. Department of Education’s Federal Student Aid office
Because you are a graduate student, you are considered an independent applicant under federal guidelines. That means that your parents’ financial information is not required to complete the FAFSA®.
Cost of Attendance
Tuition and expenses for the upcoming academic year, listed below, can help you calculate the approximate cost of attending NYU Long Island School of Medicine. Your exact cost-of-living expenses depend on your individual circumstances. The following rates are used to determine your eligibility for financial aid.
Estimated Tuition, Fees, and Expenses
|2020–21 Costs||FIRST-YEAR STUDENTS (12 Months)||SECOND-YEAR STUDENTS (12 Months)|
|Optional Health Insurance||$6,720||$6,720|
|Room and Board||$16,703||$13,095|
|Total Living Expenses||$20,411||$16,803|
|Books and Supplies||$1,800||$800|
|USMLE® Fees (Step 1, Step 2 CK, CS)||$2,590|
|Total Educational Expenses||$2,142||$3,732|
|Cost After Full-Tuition Scholarship||$32,723||$30,705|
Financial Aid Tax Information, Dates, and Deadlines
Students planning to attend school in the 2020–21 academic year can submit the FAFSA® as early as October 1, 2019, using income and tax information from 2018.
We recommend that you submit your FAFSA® as early as possible, and no later than the May 1 deadline, so that the broadest range of funds is available.
For questions about the financial aid process or to schedule a counseling session, contact NYU Long Island School of Medicine’s Office of Financial Aid at email@example.com.
Office Hours and Address
We are open Monday through Friday, 9:00AM to 5:00PM.
We are located at:
Office of Financial Aid
NYU Long Island School of Medicine
101 Mineola Boulevard
Mineola, NY 11501