Funding Your Education
Both Teachers College and The Klingenstein Center offer various types of need- and merit-based financial aid and scholarships.
Teachers College Financial Aid
Teachers College offers grants, scholarships, federal loans, and federal work-study programs.
As part of the application for admission, students are able to request to be considered for scholarship funding. All applicants are encouraged to apply online for financial aid through the Teachers College Office of Financial Aid.
Klingenstein Center Scholarships
The Klingenstein Center works to ensure that as many qualified applicants as possible can attend our programs regardless of their financial circumstances. The Klingenstein Center for Independent School Leadership is made possible by the generosity of the Joseph and Esther A. Klingenstein Family Fund. The Center has enjoyed scholarship support from the Klingenstein Fund, the Altman Foundation, the Ahmanson Foundation, the Barnes Foundation, the van Otterloo Family Fund and the Benedict Foundation along with the Scholars Fund, supported through donations by alumni and friends. To gain access to the Klingenstein Center funding, you must complete the Teachers College Financial Aid application.
Living in NYC
In addition to tuition, students must consider living expenses for the nine months of the program. See the Living in NYC page for information about affordable housing, transportation and more.
Cost of Attendance
Tuition in the Full-Year Program is charged per credit and can vary according to credit load and advance credit standing. Current information on Teachers College tuition, fees, and cost of living estimates is available on the Teachers College Office of Admission website.