The term financial aid can encompass many different types of financial support, ranging from scholarships to educational loans. At NYU GPH, students are eligible to be considered for merit-based program scholarships which are awarded as part of the admissions process. In addition to scholarships, many students who are U.S. citizens or permanent residents take advantage of federal forms of student aid, such as direct loans and federal work study. In addition to these forms of aid, many students are able to take advantage of on-campus employment opportunities at NYU to help defray the cost of their tuition. For more information about financial aid, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
GPH Undergraduate Funding Opportunities
Summer programs and passion projects are instrumental ways through which GPH students have taken their learning outside of the classroom, but they can also be expensive. The GPH Office of Undergraduate Programs has created the following funding opportunities to support GPH students as they enrich and expand their academic experience while also supplementing their professional journeys. Additional details can be found here.
Undergraduate Public Health Diversity Traineeship Award
The GPH Office of Undergraduate Programs is pleased to offer a competitive, need-based, traineeship award to encourage diverse, GPH undergraduate students to participate in and/or study public health issues through an established summer program. Students must be accepted into a summer program of their choice (within or outside of NYU). This award can be used towards transportation, lodging, program fees, and other relevant expenses.
Undergraduate GPH Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Justice Microgrant Program
The GPH Office of the Undergraduate Programs is pleased to announce the Undergraduate GPH Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Justice (DEIJ) Microgrant Program. The goal of the program is to support undergraduate, student-led projects and initiatives that have a public health and DEIJ focus within the following categories:
- Activism and Advocacy
- Community Service
- Inclusion through Arts
- Suitable for students interested in conducting an independent study exploring public health and DEIJ issues on campus. However, it is important to note that some research projects may require IRB approval.