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    New York Fall Accepted Students Info

  • Information for the New York Fall Class

    Welcome to the CIA family!

    We can’t wait to have you on the CIA’s New York campus on September 7, 2021.

  • CIA student deposit gift box

    Deposit by March 20

    Submit your deposit by March 20 and we'll send you something special. Find out what's inside the box—deposit today!

    Deposit Now

  • CIA SAFE Plan

    Learn about the CIA SAFE (Shared Accountability for Everyone) Plan and what everything the CIA is doing to ensure the health and safety of its community.

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  • Events for NY Accepted Students

    Join current students and CIA staff to learn more about your future home. We encourage you to turn your camera on, ask questions, and get to know your future classmates.

    Next Steps and Student Portal

    Thursday, March 11
    4–5 p.m. ET

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    Accepted Student Day with Special Guests

    Thursday, March 18
    5–7 p.m. ET

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    Cook-Along

    Thursday, March 25
    1–2 p.m. ET

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    Parent Session:
    New York Campus

    Thursday, April 1
    6–7 p.m. ET

    RSVP now

    We hope you can join us for all our upcoming sessions—if you attend three or more events, you’ll receive a special CIA gift. What will it be? You’ll choose!

    Free on a Friday? Take a Behind-the-Scenes Campus Tour

    Join the CIA admissions team as they lead a live virtual walking tour highlighting important places at our Hyde Park, NY campus.

    March 5

    3–4 p.m. ET

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    March 12

    3–4 p.m. ET

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  • File your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

    The CIA federal code is 007304. Every year, students are able to file the newest FAFSA (for the following year) beginning in October.

    Which FAFSA Should I File?
    Entry Date FAFSA Year
    2020–21 2021–22 2022–23*
    Fall 2021 No Yes
    Fall 2022 No No Yes


    * Please note: The 2022–23 FAFSA will be available in October 2021. Students will need to file a FAFSA each year while in attendance.

  • CIA Chefs Present: Lessons From Home

     

    Knife Safety and Care

    Safety first! Chef Tobias checks in to show you how properly handle and sharpen your knives.

     

    Knife Types

    Learn the best knife for the job with Chef DelleRose and get a peek at his personal collection.

     

    Knife Cuts

    Get cutting with Chef Garniero. He walks you through some basic cuts you’ll learn in Culinary Fundamentals.

    Keep Watching!

    Check out additional instructional videos from your future CIA chefs.