An emotional look at what getting into NYU really means to our students.
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We want to see your students’ faces light up too. Below you’ll learn about our admission process, as well as changes and events we have planned for 2016. But first, here is a look back at a few highlights from what was a remarkable 2015:
From deadlines to submitting documents and portfolios to scheduling interviews and auditions, our How to Apply page has all the information about NYU’s application process.
Note that supporting documents not submitted through the Common Application can be sent here:
New York University
Office of Undergraduate Admissions
665 Broadway, 11th Floor
New York, NY 10012
NYU, which has one of the most flexible testing policies of any college or university, will no longer require the ACT Writing Test and we will not require the SAT Essay Test when it becomes available in March.
We are thrilled to announce that NYU will be hosting the College Board's 42nd annual Summer Institute for International Counselors from June 19-24. The event will also offer a condensed two and a half day version at NYU Abu Dhabi in February and in NYU Shanghai in March.
On May 26, we’re hosting a Counselor Open House, where you can learn more about the different schools and colleges at NYU, and gain a unique perspective on academic offerings and student life. Information and registration is coming soon.
Not in the area? Not a problem. Attend an off-campus counselor event to learn about academics and student life at NYU's campuses in New York, Abu Dhabi, and Shanghai. Dates and locations for 2016 are coming soon.
NYU’s Faculty Fellow in Residence pairs faculty members with residence halls to create educational, cultural, and social programs and experiences, giving our on-campus students a “small college” feel within the larger NYU community.