Financial Aid

Ferkauf School of Psychology

Tuition and Fees for 2014-2015   

Tuition:  

All Students - per credit 

  

$1,640 per credit 

All Students- full time 

  

$17,875 per semester 

Maintenance of Status 

  

$1,590 per semester 

  

  

  

Fees:  

Registration Fee 

  

$65 per semester 

Activity Fee 

  

$75 per semester 

Maintenance of Status Registration Fee 

  

$60 per semester 

Internship Registration Fee 

  

$60 per semester 

Materials Fee (on specified courses) 

  

$150 per course/per semester 

Doctoral Internship 

  

$500 per semester 

Dissertation Fee 

  

$350 original copy 

Dissertation Additional Copy 

  

$30 per copy 

Graduation Fee 

  

$150 

 

Sign up for Direct Deposit for Student Refunds via MYYU

To enroll in direct deposit, please complete the following steps:

1. Visit www.yu.edu/myyu 

2. Click on "Faculty, Students and Staff"

3. Log in

4. Select "Student Account Summary By Term"

5. Click on "Make a Payment"

6. Click on the "e-refunds" tab on the top of the screen

7. Click on the "Set up Account" tab

8. Submit all of the required information within the "Set Up Refund Account"

 

 

Financial Aid 

 

Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology and the Office of Student Finance assist students in putting together a funding package through a variety of resources--grants or scholarships, loans and work study, which can help cover the cost of your education. Students seeking financial assistance from Ferkauf who are U.S. citizens or eligible noncitizens are required to submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The FAFSA is also the application used to determine the student’s eligibility for the Federal Stafford Loans.


The Yeshiva University school code is 002903; campus code: 00.


 Federal Direct Stafford Loan Program  

In order to qualify for a Federal Stafford Loan, the student must complete the FAFSA. Masters student will be eligible for $20,500/year and Doctoral Students are eligible for $33,000. To apply for the loan, the student must complete the Stafford Loan Request Form. First time borrowers must also complete Entrance Counseling and a Master Promissory Note at www.studentloans.gov.

If a student requires more loans, after having applied for the Stafford loan, they can apply for a Grad PLUS loan. This loan is credit based, and the student must give the government permission to run a credit check. In order to apply for this loan, the student must complete the Grad PLUS Loan Request Process


 Scholarships, Fellowships, Assistantships and Grants  

No additional applications are required for these, and accepted students are notified at the time of acceptance to Ferkauf. The Program Directors and the Ferkauf Dean's Office determines scholarships based on the amount of funds available each year and the number of requests received.   

 

At the end of the first year, students can re-apply for very limited scholarship funds for their second year (e.g., $2,000 per year) following the required steps below. 


 Outside Scholarships and Financial Assistance 

We've also compiled a list of outside scholarships and other financial assistance (PDF) that all students should review. 

Additional funding sources are often available through programs funded by outside groups such as community centers, labor unions, women's organizations and fraternal and civic organizations. Students are encouraged to research possible external sources of funding for their education. 


 Renewing Your Financial Aid Package 

Students must reapply for financial assistance each year. Since personal finances are subject to change, the Office of Student Finance continually works with students to assure the continuity of the student's education. 


 Ferkauf Student Scholarship Procedures 

  1. Complete the FAFSA (processed FAFSA information is received by the Office of Student Finance). 
  2.  Complete the Financial Aid Questionnaire (New Applicants) or Financial Aid Questionnaire (Continuing Students)  
  3. The Financial Aid Questionnaire can be completed online and printed out. It must then be emailed to stufin@eintein.yu.edu . 
  4. The deadline to the Finacial Aid Questionnaire is May 1st.  
  5. Faculty and the Academic Standards Committee review FAFSA information and the needs of students and rank the order their recommendations based on need, academic standing and special circumstances 
  6. The Office of the Dean awards funds based on availability to recommended students. (Note: scholarship funds are available at the beginning of each academic year and are awarded at that time for the entire year; funds may become available throughout the year and are distributed as received.) 

 

For More Information 

The Office of Student Finance provides additional information about graduate financial aid. You can contact the office at Albert Einstein College of Medicine, 1300 Morris Park Avenue, Van Etten room 230, Bronx, NY 10461, 718-862-1810, stufin@einstein.yu.edu.  

  

 

Information For:

Tuition & Fees and Financial Aid

Masters in Bioethics
Ferkauf School of Psychology
MD Program 

 

New Students

Welcome to the Albert Einstein College of Medicine Office of Student Finance. Learn about the many options available to you, from student loans to payment plans.

 

Student Accounts

Through Student Accounts, you can pay your bill, check on your refund or disbursement dates, or apply for an emergency loan.

 

Recent Graduates

Find information on loan repayment, consolidation, public service loan forgiveness, or Einstein and Homan loans.

 
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