This program runs for two years (four full-time semesters, plus 1 summer session in the first year). We aim to try to keep classes to Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays to allow for film shoots and part-time employment.
For the most up-to-date tuition & fee information, please refer to the website of the CCNY Bursar’s Office via: https://www.ccny.cuny.edu/bursar/tuition-and-fee-information#overlay-context=bursar/archieved-page. The Bursar’s Office is located in the Administration Building (Room A-103), and their telephone number is 212-650-8700.
Tuition is set by the University Board of Trustees and is subject to change without notice. Students should arrange to pay their total tuition, fees and charges to complete their registration if they wish to be admitted to classes. Students who may be eligible for financial assistance or grants should consult with the Financial Aid Office as early as possible.
New York State Residency Requirements: Students are assigned residency status when admitted to the College. Since residency determines tuition rates, students should know their classifications. If there is a question of status it is the responsibility of the student to prove residency. An “Application for Proof of Bona Fide Residency” is available at the Office of the Registrar. New students must apply through the Office of Admissions.
The Financial Aid Office administers federal and state funds, as well as those provided by special programs and the College itself. Federal funds may be disbursed only to those students who maintain their academic standing and are not in default on a student loan or owe a refund on a federal grant. For the most recent information on application filing procedures, deadline dates, and eligibility criteria for the various programs, students are urged to contact the Financial Aid Office.
It is the responsibility of each individual student to plan and apply for financial aid/loans/payment plans/out-of-pocket expeses according to the number of semesters/sessions required for this program (this includes 1 part-time summer session in the first year of study, in addition to 4 full-time semesters over the course of 2 years).