Tuition and Fees

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TUITION and FEES // Effective July 1, 2018 - June 30, 2019

Quarterly Tuition

Quarterly Tuition

Student Fees Include:

Student Fees

Bachelor’s Degrees

Information reflects USDOE mandated metrics based on historical data & may not reflect future experience. Program costs reflect current tuition, excluding any scholarship or tuition reductions, & the stated program length. Off-campus Room and Board is not charged by or paid to NewSchool of Architecture & Design, but reflects what a student may be eligible to borrow for personal living expenses. Time to completion & cost are not estimates of individual experience & will vary based on factors including but not limited to: individual progress, part-time vs. full-time enrollment, credits transferred, changing specializations, unsuccessful course completion, tuition increase, leaves of absence, job obligations or other personal circumstances. USDOE cites 4 years as on-time completion for undergraduate programs. At NewSchool of Architecture & Design, completion of an undergraduate degree can take up to 6 years or more as some students are working adults attending part-time.

Master’s Degrees

Information reflects USDOE mandated metrics based on historical data & may not reflect future experience. Program costs reflect current tuition, excluding any scholarship or tuition reductions, & the stated program length. Off-campus Room and Board is not charged by or paid to NewSchool of Architecture & Design, but reflects what a student may be eligible to borrow for personal living expenses. Program length is based on performance of past graduates; continuously enrolled full-time students are more likely to complete in the timeframe listed. Time to completion & cost are not estimates of individual experience & will vary based on factors including but not limited to: individual progress, part-time vs. full-time enrollment, credits transferred, changing specializations, unsuccessful course completion, tuition increase, leaves of absence, job obligations or other personal circumstances.