New York, NY

American Musical and Dramatic Academy

www.amda.edu/ ⟶

Graduation Rate
59%
Tuition (In-State)
$44,260
Acceptance Rate
26%
Enrollment
1,480
AMDA provides rigorous, performance-based training and an industry-focused education experience, one that inspires excellence and prepares artists with an appreciation for the universal power of transformation through art. AMDA’s educational philosophy is based on close collegial interaction between instructors and students — in class, in production and through active mentorship. AMDA is committed to providing an unsurpassed performing arts education to a diverse community of creative artists. AMDA serves as both school and stage where students are given the support and opportunity to define their own personal objectives and to develop and refine their own distinctive artistic voices. AMDA strives to create an environment for students to develop the skills, confidence, imagination and power to contribute to their community as artists, entrepreneurs, visionaries, lifelong learners and conscientious citizens of the world. Above all, AMDA wants to teach students that commitment and passion are the hallmarks of a successful and joyous career.

Costs and Financial Aid

$63,820
Tuition
$44,260
Room and Board
$14,860
Books and Supplies
$1,200
Other Expenses
$3,500

Gross Annual Cost

Estimated Annual Cost

$63,820
Gross Annual Cost
Out of pocket:
$43,915
Estimated Annual Cost
Estimated annual cost generated from the Department of Education. Actual costs may vary based on individual circumstances.
$63,820
Tuition
$44,260
Room and Board
$14,860
Books and Supplies
$1,200
Other Expenses
$3,500

Gross Annual Cost

Estimated Annual Cost

$63,820
Gross Annual Cost
Out of pocket:
$43,915
Estimated Annual Cost
Actual costs may vary based on individual circumstances.
$63,820
Tuition
$44,260
Room and Board
$14,860
Books and Supplies
$1,200
Other Expenses
$3,500

Gross Annual Cost

Estimated Annual Cost

$63,820
Gross Annual Cost
Out of pocket:
$43,915
Estimated Annual Cost
Actual costs may vary based on individual circumstances.
Federal Grants
38%
$5,821
State/Local Grants
2%
$8,379
Institutional Grants
100%
$10,856
Loans
68%
$12,333

Percent Receiving Aid and Average Aid Amount

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Acceptance Rate and Test Scores

26%

Acceptance Rate

Data not available

Applicants Submitting Test Scores

Data not available
0-0
SAT
Verbal
0-0
SAT
Math
0-0
ACT
Composite

Typical Test Scores of Admitted Students

Diversity and Demographics

1,480
Students
99% Undergrad
1% Graduate

Degree Type

100% Full-time
0% Part-time

Full-time vs Part-time Status

1,471
Undergrad
Students
73% Female
27% Male

Gender Ratio

American Indian or Alaskan Native
0%
Asian or Pacific Islander
2%
Black
17%
Hispanic
19%
White
33%
Unknown
8%
Non-resident
14%

Race and Ethnicity of Undergrad Students

Graduation Rate and Most Popular Majors

59%
4 years

Graduation Rate

Data not available
Liberal Arts
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Research and Experimental Psychology, Other
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Computer Engineering, General
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Accounting
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Political Science and Government, General
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Most Popular Majors and Number of Graduates

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