No one should decide against applying to a Media Studies program for financial reasons. A variety of financial assistance is available to qualified students. It is not necessary to have an admission decision to begin the financial aid process. The Office of Student Financial Services can answer questions about applying for financial aid, figuring the overall cost of attendance; and billing and payment options.
In some industries, students can obtain employer/sponsor reimbursement for the costs of a graduate program. They can defer payment of tuition and fees by presenting a signed, official authorization on employer/sponsor letterhead at registration.
students in the School of Media Studies, including certificate students, who
indicate on the application their interest in these awards will be
considered for a competitive tuition
scholarship. Awards are
based on the strength of the application and the contributions the
admissions committee believe the applicant can make to the School of Media
Studies community. No additional application components are required.
Scholarships cover a percentage of tuition from 10 up to 50 percent.
The New School is one of the few universities eligible to enroll
students who have been selected to receive graduate fellowships through
the Paul D.
Coverdell Fellows Program. Our similar mission of social responsibility,
our Master's degree programs, and the unique environment at The New School have
been a strong attraction for Paul D. Coverdell Fellows.
The Peace Corps Description of Service must be accompanied with your
application in order to be eligible for these competitive scholarships. This
competitive award can cover up to 50 percent of tuition for either the MA in Media
Studies or the MS in Media Management program. The application fee is waived.
In order to be eligible for
an assistantship with the School of Media Studies, students must meet the
following minimum standards and eligibility criteria in the semester for which they would like to apply:
will support teaching and learning outcomes through non-instructional
activities. Duties may include attending class, making photocopies,
demonstrating use of equipment, taking attendance, proctoring exams, collecting
assignments, assisting with classroom set-up (e.g., coordinating tech set-up
with Audio/Visual), uploading course content online, tracking students’
participation online, assisting students having difficulty with the online
environment, and grading.
Student will support ongoing
research projects and substantive academic tasks associated with coursework.
will support program's use of technical resources by maintaining them,
assisting faculty and students in using them, and/or supervising them.
Resources may include online resources (websites, Web-based platforms) and on-site resources (tech
shops, camera equipment). Duties may also include recording, editing, and
posting classroom activities online.
Duties may include on-site support of technical resources during class and associated Saturday tech lab if assigned to a course with lab component.
must be able to commit to 8 hours of assistantship work per week during the
semester. Assistantship applications will be available in early April for the fall
semester, and in early November for the spring semester.
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