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Instructions

Follow these steps to apply as a transfer student to NYU.

Step 1: Start and Complete the Common Application Online

You’ll need:

  • Contact information for a professor or instructor who taught you at the college/university level and will complete your Instructor Evaluation.
  • Contact information for your adviser or a school official who will submit The College Report. This report verifies your previous or current enrollment at a college or university.
  • Contact information for a counselor or school official at the secondary/high school you attended who will complete your Common Application Final Report and submit your secondary/high school transcript. Please note that your transcript (or General Education Diploma) is required regardless of when you graduated, unless you received an associate’s degree or higher.
  • Nonrefundable $70.00 application fee.

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Step 2: Gather and Submit Necessary Documents

You’ll need:

  • Official score reports that meet NYU’s standardized testing requirements.
  • English language testing if English is not your native language. 
  • Official college/university transcripts from all institutions you have attended. Have the registrar send them to NYU.
  • A letter of recommendation from your previous guidance counselor if you have been enrolled in a college or university for less than one year. This is preferred, but not required.

Step 3: Review and Complete Any Additional Program Requirements


Sending Documents

You can send documents you don’t submit through the Common Application:

by mail

New York University

Office of Undergraduate Admissions

665 Broadway, 11th Floor

New York, NY 10012

USA

by fax

212-995-4911

by email

admissions.ops@nyu.edu

Note: Transcripts and test scores must come from an official source to be processed.


Remember To ...

Use your name exactly as it appears on your passport or birth certificate on your application and supporting documents.

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