The New School is committed to making college affordable for our students and their families. The Net Price Calculator allows families to see an example of average net cost (net price) for attending The New School.
Step 1.
General Information
Type of student, residency & high school information
Freshman or transfer student? Program of Interest? Which state do you live in? Where are you planning to live?
High school CEEB code Follow this link to find your high school CEEB code
Step 2.
Financial Information
Dependency status and financial aid information
Are you an independent student?
Applying for financial aid?
Expected family contribution Follow this link to calculate EFC
Step 3.
Academic Information
GPA, HS class rank and test scores data
HS GPA (on a 4.00 scale)
Transfer GPA (on a 4.00 scale)
HS Class Rank
Number of Students in HS Class
New SAT Score – Evidence Based Reading and Writing + Math (for SATs taken after February 2016) If you took the Old SAT, please click here to convert your score to the New SAT
ACT Score - Composite

DISCLAIMER:
This calculator is designed for use by undergraduate students who are U.S. citizens and all monetary data must be reported in U.S. dollars. Most colleges and universities employ a different formula to determine eligibility for students from outside the U.S. that is not available with this calculator.

This anonymous Net Price Calculator tool helps families plan for educational costs by providing an estimated financial aid package. The package includes an estimated net cost figure that reflects cost of attendance minus any scholarship or grant aid based on the 2017-2018 awarding rules.

If the amount you're expected to contribute is less than the cost of this school, the difference is your "financial need" for the 2017-2018 academic year only. Students must re-apply for financial assistance each year based on their most current economic circumstances.

Since students are rating their own portfolios without knowledge of their actual scores, award amounts may vary from what is shown here.