The Cooper Union was founded on the principle of providing access to higher education regardless of race, creed, gender or financial means. Tuition assistance has been integral to the make-up of the institution since it began over 150 years ago. Our admissions process is need-blind which means your financial circumstances have no bearing on your admissions decision.
At Cooper Union, every admitted undergraduate student receives a half-tuition scholarship currently valued at $22,275 per academic year (2019-2020). All Cooper Union institutional scholarships, assistance and grants require full-time enrollment and satisfactory academic progress eligibility. Students will automatically be considered for additional merit based scholarship through the admissions process. In order to be considered for need-based aid, students must file the FAFSA form. For more information, review the financial aid priority deadlines. For more detailed information on requirements for scholarships and grants, visit here.
FAFSA (Title IV Institutional) Code: 002710
NYS TAP Code: 0170
The Cooper Union’s Office of Financial Aid helps students and their families understand the financial requirements of a Cooper Union education and explore options and funding to meet educational expenses. We provide assistance with all aspects of the financial aid application process and help individuals and families financially plan their academic careers at the institution.
The Financial Aid Office reserves the right to change or modify your financial aid package at any time without prior notifications.
Cooper Union is committed to providing all enrolled students access to information to help acquire the skills needed to manage their finances. Cooper Union students have free access to Financial Avenue, an on-line resource providing comprehensive information about financial literacy. In order to obtain login and password information, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your full name and program of study.
Feel free to contact us with any questions.
Office of Financial Aid
30 Cooper Square, 2nd Floor
New York, NY 10003-7120