Paying for your graduate education.
Choosing to continue your education is an investment in your future: It can open doors, advance your career, and help you have a greater impact on the lives of others and their communities. At Bank Street, our goal is to help you make the best choice to achieve your goals and provide you with the resources to help you fund your education.
Each year, Bank Street’s Office of Financial Aid administers over $8.5 million in financial aid to students. More than 50% of our students receive financial aid, and incoming students who earn up to $80,000 a year (or significantly more for students with families) are likely to qualify for a need-based scholarship at Bank Street. Our scholarship program makes the cost of attending Bank Street Graduate School of Education competitive with most other private schools in the New York region.
We encourage you to apply for financial aid at the same time that you complete your admissions application. To apply, follow the steps below.
How to Apply
Priority Submission Dates
We encourage you to complete your financial aid application by the priority submission date below for primary scholarship consideration If you submit your applications after the priority submission date, we are committed to reviewing it and awarding the most generous scholarships we can based on remaining availability.
|PRIORITY SUBMISSION DATES||SUMMER LONG/SUMMER 2/FALL||SPRING|
|FAFSA for Scholarship||February 1||November 1|
|FAFSA for Loan||No Priority Submission Date||No Priority Submission Date|
Bank Street Scholarships
- External scholarships
- Diversity initiatives
- Public school-focused programs
- Career changer opportunities
- Bank Street scholarships for first-year students (generally for two years or for the entire master’s degree program)
- Bank Street scholarships for continuing students (one-year scholarships)
To learn more about scholarships at Bank Street, follow the link below.