SUPPORT NEW ARTISTS

BEST PRACTICES

  1. Begin planning early. Early applications are eligible to receive extended payment plans.

  2. A semester with NTI can be treated as: study abroad, off-campus study, an internship, or a leave of absence. Check with your school to see which option is best for you.

  3. Work with your financial aid officer to determine what aid will travel from your home institution.

  4. Consider asking family and friends to donate with a crowd-sourcing campaign with GoFundMe.

  5. If you are taking a personal loan, educational loans from local banks and credit unions are usually the best option as NTI is not considered a "degree-granting institution" by national lenders.

  6. View the sample NTI Scholarship Application to get an idea of the questions you'll be asked when you apply.

SCHOLARSHIPS

WE ENDEAVOR TO ENSURE ACCESS AND OPPORUNITY FOR THISE SEEKING THE INTENSIVE, TRANSFORMATIVE EXPERIENCE OF NTI, REGARDLESS OF RACE, GENDER, OR ECONOMIC CIRCUMSTANCE.

Varying levels of tuition assistance are awarded each semester. Explore current scholarship opportunities below, discover everything our comprehensive fees include, or learn how to support young artists of the National Theater Institute. 

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