Applying to CITYterm
Applications for both the Fall 2018 and Spring 2019 semesters must be submitted by February 15, 2019. CITYterm will notify students of our admissions decisions by March 15, 2019. If applications are received after the February 15 deadline, we will consider them on a rolling admission basis.
We recognize the time and effort involved in completing an application and are eager to read your submission. If you have admissions related questions, please contact Manyata Berbick at email@example.com or call (914) 479-6502.
CITYterm does not conduct personal interviews with applicants. However, we do welcome prospective families to visit our campus and speak with current students and faculty. Visits must be scheduled in advance as CITYterm students and faculty are often off campus in New York City. To schedule a visit, please reach out to Manyata Berbick at firstname.lastname@example.org or 914-479-6502.
Cost of Attending
Tuition, room and board for a CITYterm semester is one-half the annual boarding tuition at The Masters School plus a transportation fee to offset the costs of travel to, from, and within New York City. For the 2018-2019 Academic Year, the cost of a CITYterm semester will be $33,500. We also require students to have $650 to cover book purchases and incidental expenses.
Applying for Financial Aid
Families wishing to apply for financial aid should do so by submitting the Parents’ Financial Statement with School and Student Services (SSS) by the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS). Please also indicate your desire to apply for financial aid on the Financial Aid Supplement portion of the application. To be considered for a financial aid award, the Parents’ Financial Statement must be filed by February 15, 2019. Please reference the Financial Aid Supplement portion of the application for details and instructions about applying for financial aid.
Transfer of Credits and Grades
Students receive full honors-level credit for the work completed within CITYterm’s Urban Core curriculum, as well as up to two additional courses from our broad range of additional classes, including math, language, science, and U.S. History* courses.
*U.S. History is taught based on enrollment needs, which vary from semester to semester.
Calendar of the 2018-2019 Academic Year
Fall 2018 Spring 2019
August 30th – Opening Day January 24th – Opening Day
October 4th- 9th – Long Weekend (no classes) March 8th- 24th – Spring Vacation
November 18th- 26th – Thanksgiving Holiday April 27th- 29th Extended Weekend
December 21st – Closing Ceremony May 24th – Closing Ceremony