Various tuition assistance opportunities are available to students who are enrolled in our One-Year Certificate Programs. Students enrolled in our Part-Time Programs or individual courses and workshops are not eligible for the tuition assistance programs described below.
Scholarships and Fellowships (One-Year Certificate Programs)
A large number of ICP’s One-Year Certificate Program students receive scholarships ranging from $2,500 to the cost of full tuition, including:
- Arnold Newman Scholarship
- Galina Fecher Scholarship
- Mary Ellen Mark Memorial Scholarship
- Director's Fellowships
Fellowships for current students, such as the Documentary Arts and New Media Arts Fellowships for projects that offer new perspectives on history and culture, and alumni, like the Rita and Alex Hillman Foundation Fellowships for projects that address critical issues in health care, are also available.
For more information about scholarships and fellowships contact [email protected].
Work-Study (One-Year Certificate Programs)
At the beginning of the academic year, students meet with the full-time program manager and are given work-study application materials and a list of institution-wide work-study opportunities. Students contact the departments where they are interested in working and schedule interviews to discuss their applicable skills and availability. Work-study opportunities are awarded in the following ICP departments: Exhibitions, Community Programs, Library, Alumni Affairs, Post-Production, and the Teaching Assistant Program.
ICP work-study students receive an hourly wage and are allowed to work a maximum of 4 hours per week.
International Student Loans
International students who are able to have a U.S. citizen or permanent resident co-sign a loan, please visit:
For loans where a U.S. citizen or permanent resident is not required to co-sign, please visit: