Tuition and Fees
Attending graduate school is an investment in your future and a serious commitment of time and money. NYU Steinhardt is committed to assisting graduate applicants in the process of financing their education. To better meet the needs of our physical therapy students, a Secured Tuition Plan is in place. Tuition and fees for the entire 133-credit, 10-semester DPT program will total $174,782 for the class entering Summer 2024. This means that you will not incur annual tuition increases during your course of study. Additionally, payment will be billed each semester as outlined below.
Summer 2024 Entering Class
Summer Semester 2024 - $17,478.20
1st Year Fall 2024, Spring & Summer 2025 - $17,478.20 each semester
2nd Year Fall 2025, Spring & Summer 2026 - $17,478.20 each semester
3rd Year Fall 2026, Spring & Summer 2027 - $17,478.20 each semester
Annual Health Insurance (8/21/24 – 8/20/25)
Basic Plan - $4,346
Comprehensive Plan - $4,832
Anticipated Program – Related Costs
Includes required textbooks, laboratory fees,
clinical education, and related costs - $10,861
Financial Fact Sheet
The Financial Fact Sheet provides detailed information related to student costs as required by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education (CAPTE)
Entry-level DPT applicants are automatically considered for school-based scholarships which are approximately $25,000 per year for three years ($75,000 total), on average. These tuition scholarships provide significant support towards the cost of your DPT degree.
Salant Physical Therapy Scholarship Fund
The Department, through the generosity of friends and alumni, has established a scholarship fund to assist a limited number of students during their course of study.
Incoming students may be selected to receive a Salant Scholars Award that is given each year for the three years. Students are selected at the time of acceptance into the DPT program. Scholarship amounts vary.
Supplemental scholarship aid is also available through the Salant Physical Therapy Scholarship Fund for second and third-year students based on documented financial need and successful academic performance. To apply for the supplemental scholarship, you must demonstrate financial need, be in good academic standing, and complete an application form that includes a financial aid profile. Notification of action will be rendered by the faculty. Students should consult with the Scholarship and Awards Committee Chairperson, Kevin Weaver, regarding the above information.
Federal Financial Aid Application Procedures
- To be eligible for the scholarships listed above, complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online. The University's institution code is 002785.
- Deadline: Submit the FAFSA by March 1 for Summer enrollment. Do not wait to be accepted for admission. Applying after the deadline will delay the processing of federal aid and student loans. NYU's Office of Financial Aid will begin mailing official award letters in late March.
Online Financial Aid Information Sources
More External Scholarships and Loans
The following organizations offer additional professional opportunity scholarships to physical therapy students and are available by direct application to the agencies concerned.
America Mensa Education and Research Foundation
Deadline: January 15
General Foundation of Women's Clubs
Contact the Women's Club in your community about scholarship opportunities.
International Order of the King's Daughters and Sons
Deadline: April 1
Japanese American Citizen League
Deadline: April 1
Leopold Schepp Foundation
Application requests will automatically be cut off after a certain number of requests have already been received.
National Hispanic Scholarship Fund
Deadline: February 14
American Association of University Women Fellowships and Grants
AMBUCS Scholarship Program
Deadline: May 7
The Roothbert Fund, Inc.
Deadline: February 1
Scholarships & Resources for Hispanic & Latino Students
Multiple scholarship opportunities are available, please visit the site for specific details.
The department posts information about available scholarships and/or financial aid as it becomes available. Class advisors will announce this information.