Required State Disclosures


For Maryland students enrolled in the Speech@NYU program, New York University will refund students in accordance with Maryland’s refund policy.

The minimum refund that an institution shall pay to a Maryland student who withdraws or is terminated after completing only a portion of a course, program, or term within the applicable billing period is as follows:

Proportion of Total Course, Program, or Term Completed As of Date of Withdrawal Or TerminationTuition Refund
Less than 10%
90% refund
10% up to but not including 20%
80% refund
20% up to but not including 30%
60% refund
30% up to but not including 40%
40% refund
40% up to but not including 60%
20% refund
More than 60%
No refund
Tuition Refund Table

A refund due to a Maryland student shall be based on the date of withdrawal or termination and paid within 60 days from the date of withdrawal or termination.

Complaints should be directed to:

Maryland Attorney General
Consumer Protection Division
200 St. Paul St.
Baltimore, MD 21202
410-528-8662/888-743-0823 (toll free)


New York University’s Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development is not regulated in Texas under the Chapter 132 of the Texas Education Code.

New York University is regionally accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education.

After exhausting the institution’s grievance/complaint process, current, former, and prospective students may initiate a complaint with THECB by sending the required forms either by electronic mail or by mail to:

Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board
College Readiness and Success Division
P.O. Box 12788
Austin, Texas 78711-2788

Facsimile transmissions of the forms are not accepted.

All submitted complaints must include a student complaint form, a signed Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) Consent and Release form, and a THECB Consent and Agreement Form. Submitted complaints regarding students with disabilities shall also include a signed Authorization to Disclose Medical Record Information form.

The following forms are required to start the complaint process:

Full details can be found on the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board’s Student Complaint website.