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Steve Brodner, Graduate Illustration
Steve Brodner, Graduate Illustration
Steve Brodner, Graduate Illustration
Visual Communicator
No offense, Bill Clinton, that Brodner turned you into a baboon. Don’t take it hard, John McCain, that Brodner’s depictions of you are “becoming more and more like a potato.”
Louis Lucci, Photography Student
Louis Lucci, Photography
From Aircraft Carrier to FIT
I’m not really a fashionable kind of guy, so I thought it would be a stretch for someone like me to go to the “Fashion Institute.”


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Costs and Financial Aid

FIT is a college of the State University of New York. In addition to state funding, it receives support from the Board of Education of the City of New York. This means that we can share access to our world-class faculty and relevant curricula at an affordable cost.

The Financial Aid Office will assist you in seeking financial aid to pay for your college education which may come in the form of scholarship, grant, loan, Federal work-study, or a combination. Your financial Aid will be determined by the Cost Of Attendence (COA) and your Expected Family Contribution (EFC) which is determined by your financial aid application, the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

The Office of the Bursar is responsible for the collection of student tuition and fees; staff can also help you determine what payment options and other college/financial services might be right for you as well as determine New York State residency.

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