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Consumer Information Disclosure Form

A uniform website public disclosure form for DETC accredited institutions.

General Information:

Name of Institution
New York Institute of Photography
192 Lexington, Suite 701, New York, New York 10016
Year Founded
First Accredited
June 2006
Accreditation Expires
January 2018
Rob Klapper CEO, Jay Johnson Director
Accreditation and Agency E-mail Contact Information
Distance Education and Training Council –
State Approval and E-mail Contact Information
New York State Education Department, Bureau of Proprietary School Supervision (BPSS) -
Participation in Funding Programs
(G.I. Bill, DANTES, Title IV, etc.) – G.I. Bill, MyCAA

Mission & Description:

Institution Mission Statement
NYIP provides the highest level of distance education training in the art, technique, and business of photography using multi-media training materials developed by our staff and faculty, while providing a high level of service and support to every student.
Areas of Special Focus
Description of Institution
NYIP was founded in 1910. The school has had a distance education division since 1922, and has taught exclusively via distance education since 1975.
Student Demographic Profile
NYIP enrolls students of all ages. Permission of a parent or guardian is required for students under 18. Over 90% are from the United States, 5% from Canada, and the rest of the students are from over 40 different countries.
We offer nine certificate programs –
  • Complete Course in Professional Photography
  • Complete Course in Video Making and Storytelling
  • Complete Course in Digital Photography
  • Wedding Photography
  • Portrait Photography
  • Travel Photography
  • Photojournalism
  • Marketing for Photographers Course
  • Fundamentals of Digital Photography
Average Program Tuition/Cost per credit hour

Success Indicators:

Average Completion/Graduation Rate for Students
Percentage of students surveyed who responded that they— Achieved their learning goals
Would recommend the institution to a friend
Were satisfied with their studies