New York Institute of Photography Launches New Student Benefits Program
The New York Institute of Photography has launched a student benefits program for the thousands of photographers around the world who enroll in their home-study programs each year.
NYIP, the world’s largest and oldest photography school, has a long tradition of delivering high quality photography courses to people anywhere in the world. Serving over 20,000 active students in over 70 countries, it can be difficult to provide deals and discounts to everyone. However, with the launch of this new student benefits program, students all over the world will be able to enjoy discounts from retailers and service providers that also reach a global audience.
The world famous home-study photography school is partnering with Collegiate Services, Inc., based in Chicago, IL. Collegiate Services provides one of the largest and longest running discount programs in the North America, serving over 100 schools in the US alone. Through this program, students in any of NYIP's programs will be able to save on purchases from companies like Verizon, Adobe, Best Buy, and Nik Software.
"We've always tried to do right by our students," said Chuck DeLaney, Director of NYIP, "and when we had an opportunity to offer aspiring photographers discounts on products they need, we jumped at the chance."