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Financial Aid

The School of The New York Times is committed to fostering a culture that embraces the values of diversity, equity and inclusiveness. We believe that a diverse community enriches learning and is a driver for new ideas, creativity and academic excellence. We are dedicated to creating a climate of dignity and respect as well as recruiting and retaining a diverse student body. Our mission is to provide affordable educational opportunities to as many qualified applicants as possible and Financial Aid is available for all Pre-College programs.

Who Should Apply

2020欧洲杯网址APPAnyone can apply for Financial aid. If tuition is a barrier to your attendance in any way, we encourage you to apply. Financial Aid is awarded based on need first and foremost, followed by merit. Please note that a student’s need for Financial Aid has no bearing on admission to The School’s programs. Aid is available to both domestic and international students.

How to Apply

Summer Academy

2020欧洲杯网址APPStudents must submit a completed program application, followed by a Financial Aid application at the same deadline (Early or Regular) in which they are applying.

Learn how to apply for Summer Academy Financial Aid

Gap Year

Students must submit a completed program application, followed by a Financial Aid application at the same deadline in which they are applying.

Learn how to apply for Gap Year Financial Aid

August Writers’ Workshop

Registration for August Writers’ Workshop opens in January 2020. Students who wish to be considered for Financial Aid do not need to register in advance and only need to complete the online Financial Aid application .

Review Process

2020欧洲杯网址APPFinancial aid applications are reviewed on a rolling basis. When a decision has been determined, students will be sent a registration form to enroll in the program. When all aid has been allocated, the Financial Aid application will close.

*International students with income outside of the US must submit their country’s equivalent of tax forms or proof of income. Families without tax forms, must submit a secondary proof of income, or documentation if student is in foster care or ward of the State or county

Scholarships

The School of The New York Times is committed to making its programs accessible to students from all backgrounds. We believe financial circumstances should not be a barrier to world-class, pre-collegiate education. The Diverse Voices Scholarship Fund aims to improve availability, access and equity of learning opportunities for historically underrepresented and economically disadvantaged students by offering full-tuition scholarships. Students interested in Summer Academy, Gap Year and August Writers’ Workshop are eligible to apply.

Learn more about the Diverse Voices Scholarship Fund.

Support a Student

The School of The New York Times is committed to fostering an inclusive environment and giving underrepresented students the opportunity to participate in our programs. We regularly work with schools, foundations, education and community-based organizations that work with underrepresented student populations. If you are interested in supporting a student or partnering with The School, please contact us at info@meltportland.com.

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