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Film & Video – Tuition and Fees


I learned not only about filmmaking and how to become a better filmmaker but also about the importance of collaboration.”

This program was a huge push for me in terms of inspiration and understanding! Thank you so much – I will be grateful forever!”


2024 Tuition

5-Week Programs: $7,200

Acting on Camera



Need-based Scholarships and Financial Aid are available.


Once You Have Been Accepted

Upon acceptance, we will create a student account for you and send your login information via email. A $1,000 non-refundable tuition deposit will be required within 1 week of receiving your account information to reserve your spot in the Film & Video program.

If you are applying for Financial Aid from the NHSI, you will not be required to make a deposit until you have been notified of your aid award.

The full tuition balance is due by May 24, 2024. If the tuition balance is not received by May 24th and we haven’t heard from you, your spot will no longer be guaranteed and may be offered to someone on the waitlist.

If a student withdraws from NHSI before June 3, 2024, the University will refund 100% of tuition, including room and board charges, minus the non-refundable $1,000 deposit.

There will be no tuition refunds after June 3, 2024.  In the unlikely event that a student is dismissed from the program, tuition payments are non-refundable.

*If NHSI is unable to move forward with our in-person, residential program as planned, students will be notified and offered refunds accordingly for deposits and tuition payments.

Other Fees

  • $50 NHSI Application Fee for first application; $20 Application Fee for each subsequent application if applying to more than one concentration or program
  • $40 FACTS Financial Aid Application Fee (collected directly through the FACTS application)
Film & Video Division  –  Application Information and Deadlines  –  Tuition and Fees  –  Scholarships and Financial Aid