Tuition & Financial Aid

Location
New York, NY
Undergrads
195
Tuition
$30,650
Admission Difficulty
Average
Branch Campus Of
American Academy of Dramatic Arts
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5 College Senior

Tuition & Financial Aid: The aid there is very flexible and lenient to every student who needs help.

3 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: The tuition is expensive, as well as housing, but I do believe I am getting my money's worth.

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4 College Senior

Tuition & Financial Aid: Point Blank, the Academy is expensive but worth it. The teachers you come in contact with, the skills you develop and even the other actors you come in contact with while there makes the money worth it.
The Financial Aid is really good, but it's first come, first served. Financial Aid is not something you want to do at the last minute, because there could very well be none left. As a First Year (when you enter the school), there is a Honor Scholarship, and a Need Base Scholarship. This is added to both the FASFA and TAP (If you are a NY resident).
Roberto Lopez, he's the one you sit down with to discuss Financial Aid, does his best to get you the financial aid you need. I had to take out loans even with the financial aid I received but I see it as investing in my future, (I realize this option is an absolute no for some.) He answers any questions you have and he gives you a breakdown as to what your Aid pays and what you will have to pay, if there's any left. He also discusses loans with you if your interested.
The good thing about the schools policy is that you have at least a month to get your money back if you decide their school is not the school for you.
There's also a payment plan, which tells you how much you would have to pay each month in order to fill the gap. (This is a last resort, Roberto Lopez does all he can to ensure that your tuition is payed for.) There is also work-study available: from working in the library to working with the costume department.
The best way to get financial aid is do it on time, and keep in touch about updates or concerns.

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Have you come across any unexpected extra fees associated with going to school here?    Based on 8 responses

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