Tuition and Fees

The New York Institute of Technology Board of Trustees has established the following annual schedule of tuition and fees1 for 2024–2025:


Class
of 2028
First
Year
Class
of 2027
Second
Year
Class
of 2026
Third
Year
Class
of 2025
Fourth
Year
Tuition $66,050 $66,050 $66,050 $66,050
Student Activity Fee 250 250 250 250
Lab Fee 175 175 - 0 - - 0 -
New Technology Fee 475 475 475 475
Simulated Patient Lab Fee 600 600 525 375
Healthcare Fee* 100 100 100 100
Life/Disability Insurance (variable/annually) 129 140 140 140
Graduation Fee - 0 - - 0 - - 0 - 475
Total $67,779 $67,790 $67,540 $67,865
* Students who elect to be inoculated with Recombivax HB vaccine in preparation for clinical clerkships will be charged the appropriate fee.

1 Tuition and fees to be paid by students are subject to change at any time, at the discretion of the New York Institute of Technology Board of Trustees.

The university will not be responsible for any costs or damages, including tuition or fee refunds, for any failure or delay of performance resulting from a force majeure/act of god or other conditions beyond its reasonable control. Force majeure events include but are not limited to fire, flood, natural disasters, epidemics, and government action.

Additional Fees

There is a $500 fee for all remediation programs. Note: For any student approved to repeat an academic year, during the repeat year, the student will be charged 50 percent of the regular tuition charges for any billing period for which the student had already paid 100 percent in the prior year. The student will pay full fees in the repeat year.

M.S. in Academic Medicine: $810 per credit for applicable cost-bearing courses (please contact the Office of Pre-Doctoral Academic Medicine Scholarship Program).

Global Health Certificate: $550 per credit (please contact the Office of Global Health or the Bursar for more information).

Medical students enrolled concurrently in the M.B.A., M.S. in Clinical Nutrition, or M.S. in Medical/Healthcare Simulation degree programs will pay the medical school tuition and fees, and 2/3 of graduate program tuition charges. Please consult a medical school financial aid officer for specific details and financial aid eligibility.

Supplemental Application Fee (payable upon completion of supplemental application–NONREFUNDABLE): $80.

Enrollment Confirmation Deposit (payable upon notification of College of Osteopathic Medicine acceptance, applied to first year's tuition, NONREFUNDABLE): $1,500.

All College of Osteopathic Medicine students are required to enroll in the medical and dental insurance plans unless an acceptable waiver is provided in a timely manner as stated in the student handbook. Costs for insurance plans will be provided to students prior to the onset of the academic year.


Class
of 2028
First
Year
Class
of 2027
Second
Year
Class
of 2026
Third
Year
Class
of 2025
Fourth
Year
Medical/Dental Insurance $TBD $TBD $TBD $TBD

Fees are neither refundable nor transferable.

Students whose tuition and/or fees are unpaid and who have not received an official deferment may be barred from classes until their accounts are cleared by the bursar's office.

The tuition payment schedule for tuition, fees, and medical and dental insurance due dates for the first billing period is April 15, 2024. Students will be billed for the second half of tuition in November 2024. All other college fees will be billed on the first billing period.

Collection Agency Fees

If your account is not paid, it may be forwarded to an outside collection agency or attorney. At that time, you will be responsible for paying New York Institute of Technology all fees and costs associated with the collection of your delinquent account. In addition to payment of the principal amount due, the additional fees and costs may include collection agency fees constituting 33 to 50 percent of the principal amount due if the university engages a collection agency to collect payment, legal fees of 33.3 percent of the principal amount due if the university engages legal counsel to collect payment, any and all interest on the outstanding balance at the maximum legal rate allowed by law, and any and all other costs associated with collection of the amount due to the university.

In the event that the balance is not paid in full in accordance with the above referenced due dates or officially deferred by the College of Osteopathic Medicine Office of Financial Aid, student account will accrue interest. Interest charges will be assessed at the rate of 12 percent per annum, based on the outstanding balance at the end of each month.

Interest will continue to be assessed on any outstanding balance until the account is paid in full, even if the student applies for financial aid and receives financial aid after the due dates referenced above. Interest charges will not be waived.

Payment plans are available at through the Office of the Bursar. We encourage students to apply for financial aid by March 1.

Students applying for financial aid must complete a FAFSA. You may complete the application online by visiting studentaid.gov. Contact the College of Osteopathic Medicine Office of Financial Aid at 516.686.7960 if assistance is needed.

Questions regarding a balance due should be directed to the Office of the Bursar at 516.686.7511 or via email at bursarow@nyit.edu. Office hours are Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.