The Arthur O. Eve Higher Education Opportunity Program (Arthur O. Eve HEOP) at New York University is sponsored jointly through a grant from the New York State Education Department and New York University.
Since 1969, we have been integral to NYU’s commitment to a diverse student body. Our program provides a means for traditionally underserved, low-income students to obtain admission as well as academic and financial support. As an accepted NYU and Arthur O. Eve HEOP student, you will be required to complete a six-week introductory non-credit academic program during the summer prior to your freshman year.
Your summer course schedule is determined by your individual academic needs, and will expose you to first-year courses and activities, ensuring a smooth entry into university life. More on our Pre-Freshman Program requirements. As one of our students, you will have access to our support system, which includes:
For questions related to the Arthur O. Eve HEOP program you may call (212) 998-5690.
If you are an incoming NYU student in need of accommodation due to chronic, psychological, visual, mobility and/or learning disability, or are Deaf or Hard of Hearing, you should register with the Moses Center for Students with Disabilities.
First-time college applicants must meet the following requirements:
The table below lists financial eligibility requirements for Arthur O. Eve HEOP students entering in July 2014.
|# of members in household (including head of household)||Total annual income in preceding calendar year|
*Add $7,696 for each family member in excess of 7.