Tuition & Fees
The Silver School of Social Work charges students per enrolled credit/point each semester. These are the only charges a student will be billed for directly by NYU.
Students will only be billed for the courses in which they are enrolled. Wait-listed courses will not be counted until the student is officially enrolled in the course.
Please visit the website of the NYU Office of the Bursar for the most up-to-date information on payment options, payment plans, and payment due dates.
Tuition Per Pathway
NYU and the Silver School of Social Work reserve the right to change our courses, pathways, tuition, and fees at any time.
Full-Time MSW Pathways Course Load Totals for Academic Year 2019-2020
Based on the figures found on the Office of Bursar website, below are the projected total charges in tuition and fees for a typical first-year student enrolled for the fall/spring academic year (spring/summer for students beginning in January).
$46,604 based on 32 points total: 16 points in the fall ($23,302) and 16 points in the spring ($23,302)
$48,033 based on 33 points total: 17 points in the fall ($24,731) and 16 points in the spring ($23,302)
Part-Time MSW Pathways Course Load Totals for Academic Year 2019-2020
$18,024 based on 12 points total: 6 points in the fall ($9,012) and 6 points in the spring ($9,012)
$22,311 (based on 15 points total: 7 points in the fall ($10,441) and 8 points in the spring ($11,870)
Student Health Insurance Plan Rates
|Coverage Period||Basic Plan||Comprehensive Plan|
|Annual, 8/21/19 – 8/20/20||$3,518||$3,912|
|Fall Term, 8/21/19 – 1/8/20||$1,355||$1,507|
|Spring/Summer Term, 1/9/20 – 8/20/20||$2,163||$2,405|
|Summer Term, 5/14/20 – 8/20/20||$952||$1,058|
NYU Silver students are automatically enrolled in the Comprehensive Plan. Students may switch between plans, waive the plan entirely (with proof of other acceptable health insurance), or select the NYUHC Only Plan. For details about NYU student health insurance, dental insurance, rates for family or dependant coverage, and options to waive out of NYU insurance, please visit NYU Student Health Insurance.