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:
- Academic and personal counseling
- Financial counseling
- Academic workshops and seminars
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.
Moses Center for Students with Disabilities
726 Broadway, 2nd Floor
New York, NY 10003