New York University

No other school says “New York, New York” like NYU. With programs as diverse as the city’s boroughs, dorms converted from apartment buildings and hotels, and the ultimate “metropolitan” campus culture, New York University has all of the excitement and wow factor of its namesake city. Medicine or law, philosophy or math, drama or business, NYU’s got it all.

Features


New York City

NYU is its own little village within the Village. NYC offers limitless possibilities to round out any education through cultural events, lectures, museums, theaters, and internship opportunities in virtually every field.

The Gallatin School of Individualized Study

Academic daredevils might just love Gallatin, one of the undergraduate colleges at NYU. Gallatin allows students to create their own concentration, such as Mo Money Mo Problems: Comparative Hip Hop Economics, and There’s An App For That: the commercialization of individuality.

The Stern School of Business

NYU is also home to the Stern School of Business, one of the top business programs in the country. As an undergraduate, students can apply to study at Stern and start their finance careers early. Even students enrolled in one of the other undergraduate colleges at NYU can still take business courses offered by Stern.

Rankings


  • US News & World Report 32
  • Admissionado 19

Student Body


  • Male
  • Female
  • Applicants 45779
  • Accepted 14829
  • Enrolled 5207

Admissions


1340-1520
Average SAT
28-32
Average ACT
28%
Acceptance Rate

Cost & Financial Aid Info


$46,170
Tuition Cost
51%
% Receiving Aid
$21,738
Average $ Received

Important Dates


Nov 1, 2017
Early Decision
Jan 1, 2017
Regular Decision Deadline
Feb 15, 2017
Financial Aid Deadline

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Famous/Notable Alumni

Rudy Guliani, Lady Gaga, M. Night Shyamalan.

5 Most Popular Majors

(1) Visual/Performing Arts, (2) Business, (3) Social Science, (4) Liberal Arts, (5) Communications

Fun Fact!

NYU has a long history of senior pranks. From sneaking horses into classrooms, stealing light bulbs from subway stations, or hanging dummies from university building windows, NYU’s pranks date back to 1890.

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