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Questions before i enroll.

sloth83sloth83 Registered User Posts: 557 Member
For the deposits i have to pay when i enroll (i think 500 tuition and 1000 dorms) those would get taken out of freshman tuition and housing costs right? like if tuition is 45,000 then after the deposit it would be 44,500, and the same with dorms, right? Also, are there any expenses i should know about before i enroll?

Replies to: Questions before i enroll.

  • sloth83sloth83 Registered User Posts: 557 Member
  • sfxchrissfxchris Registered User Posts: 104 Junior Member
    Correct, deposits are taken off the top of the tuition
  • jazzcatastrophejazzcatastrophe Registered User Posts: 774 Member
    Yes, the deposits count toward tuition and housing costs. As for the tuition, there are usually fees as well that may already be included in the totals you already have. I would do a google search for tuition and fees at NYU to check.

    Non-included expenses to be aware of: food (if you plan to cook), restaurants, transportation if you need to go places (subway is $2.50 a ride), textbooks
  • sloth83sloth83 Registered User Posts: 557 Member
    @jazzcatastrophe‌ So im about to enroll now. I have to accept all the fin aid first right? then accept the offer of admissions? then pay the 500 tuition thing (which will be deducted from tuition once my financial aid comes in?)? then the same with the 1000 housing thing (which will be deducted from my housing costs once my financial aid comes in?)?
  • jazzcatastrophejazzcatastrophe Registered User Posts: 774 Member
    Not sure about the order of accepting aid and accepting the admissions offer, but the tuition and housing deposits do go towards tuition and housing costs respectively
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