New York University has developed partnerships with select institutions to provide pathways for students to transfer seamlessly from their college or university into New York University, or earn cross-university minors.
Each agreement is unique and has a detailed course of study that a student should follow in order to be eligible. General information about each agreement is below, but any specific questions should be directed to the contacts listed below.
CCTOP is a scholarship and assistance program for students transferring from partnership community colleges into NYU Steinhardt. Students from the following community colleges may be eligible to transfer to NYU’s Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development, Silver School of Social Work, or School of Professional Studies:
For more information about CCTOP, visit the Steinhardt website, or contact Jacqueline McPhillips, Director, at 212-998-5065 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The P.O.I.S.E. Program is administered in collaboration with the Borough of Manhattan Community College (BMCC). The purpose of the program is to create a pipeline for promising sophomore-standing BMCC students pursuing STEM (science, technology, engineering, psychology, and math) related majors.
For more information about this program, visit the P.O.I.S.E. website, or contact William J. Long, Associate Dean for Advising and Student Services, at email@example.com.
The NYU College of Arts and Science (CAS) has developed a partnership with American Honors to promote and enhance transfer opportunities for highly qualified community college students who wish to transfer to NYU to complete their Bachelor’s degree at NYU CAS.
NYU Meyers has developed articulation agreements with Skidmore College, the Yeshiva University Stern College for Women, and St. Lawrence University for students completing a baccalaureate program who would also like to complete their BS degree at NYU.
For more information about these agreements, visit the NYU Meyers website, or contact the NYU Meyers Office of Student Affairs and Admissions at 212-998-5317 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Through an innovative agreement between NYU Steinhardt and Yeshiva University designed to expand opportunities for students to prepare for a career in teaching, juniors and seniors at Yeshiva University may enroll as non-degree, visiting students in selected math education or science education courses at NYU. You may count those courses toward your undergraduate degree from Yeshiva University and reduce the number of credits you will need for a master’s degree in math education or a master’s degree in science education from NYU Steinhardt.
For more information about this program, visit the Steinhardt website, or contact Mark Perez, Certification Officer and Adviser for the Yeshiva University Program, at email@example.com or 212-998-5033.
The Coordinated Engineering Program offers two years of engineering study at Brooklyn College and transfer to NYU Tandon School of Engineering.
For more information about this program, please visit the Brooklyn College website, or contact Viraht Sahni, Professor of Physics and Director of the Coordinated Engineering Program, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 718-951-5000 x2866.
The GUIDE program is a partnership between NYU’s Gallatin School of Individualized Study and the Borough of Manhattan Community College (BMCC). Gallatin faculty and advisers mentor several high-achieving BMCC students with an interest in social justice, preparing them to succeed as full-scholarship juniors and seniors in Gallatin’s rigorous liberal arts BA-degree program. For more information about this program, visit the G.U.I.D.E website or email email@example.com.
Both New York University (NYU) and UoPeople believe in the value of education and its positive impact on individuals, communities and societies. Education is a key ingredient of world peace, vital to economic development and a pathway out of poverty. It is a right and not a privilege. NYU and UoPeople recognize the vast disparities in access to higher education both in the US and around the world. NYU and UoPeople believe in promoting access to higher education for students facing financial constraints and are agreed that UoPeople is a means to enable such access. NYU seeks to help UoPeople achieve its mission by providing support to UoPeople through the establishment of a collaboration. UoPeople seeks to assist NYU to reach students who would not otherwise be able to access NYU.
For more information about transferring to NYU from University of the People, please contact Asaf Wolff at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have general questions about admission requirements for NYU, please contact the NYU Office of Undergraduate Admissions.