New York School of Interior Design, NYSID, was established in 1916. Founded by architect Sherrill Whiton, the institute was chartered in 1924, and received degree granting authority in 1976. NYSID's campus is located in New York, New York.
New York School of Interior Design awards the Associate of Applied Science, Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Fine Arts, Master of Fine Arts, and Master of Professional Studies degrees. Undergraduate programs are available in basic interior designing, and history of interior and decorative art, while graduate courses are provided in interior designing, and sustainable interior environments.
The student body of New York School of Interior Design includes representatives from more than 20 states and over 25 foreign countries. NYSID is home to a number of student organizations like the American Society of Interior Designers Student Chapter, the Contract Club, and the Student Council. The school also hosts various lectures, trade shows, and exhibitions throughout the year.
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New York School of Interior Design
170 East 70th Street
New York , NY 10021
General Phone: (212) 472-1500
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Number of programs and degrees for New York School of Interior Design in 2008-2009:
|Award of at least 1 but less than 2 academic years||15||1|
In 2007-2008, New York School of Interior Design had a total enrollment of 577 students (370 full-time equivalent).
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The school does not offer campus housing.
The school does not offer students a meal plan.
Expenses and Financial Aid:
|In-state tuition and fees||$ 15,890|
|Out-of-state tuition and fees||$ 15,890|
|Books and supplies||$ 1,000|
New York School of Interior Design participates in Federal Title IV financial aid programs. (The school's OPE ID is 2069000)
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What Sets New York School of Interior Design Apart:
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Accepts some high school credits
Offers credit for life experience
Grants credits for AP courses
Offers weekend classes
Student employment services
Remedial classes for students
Option to study abroad
Offers part-time study
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