The annual New York University College Access Leadership Institute (NYU CALI) is designed for high school sophomores and juniors to demystify the often daunting college admissions process.
This program will include workshops and small group sessions on a variety of topics:
Program graduates will be certified College Access Ambassadors and will be required to act as mentors and advisers in their respective high schools by conducting their very own college application workshop.
Successful applicants to the NYU CALI program come from underrepresented communities and are academically strong high school students from the New York metro/tri-state area. They also demonstrate exceptional leadership abilities within their schools and communities. If selected, students are awarded a full scholarship to the institute, and they are only expected to cover travel expenses to and from the NYU campus.
The application for the 2016 NYU CALI program is now available.
Complete the online application.
For guidance in submitting the components of the online NYU CALI application, refer to the chart below.
|CALI Application Materials||Submission Method*|
|Activities List/Resume||Online (part of application)|
|Essays #1 and #2||Online (part of application)|
|Recommendation Letters (2)||Online as part of application OR mailed by recommendor|
|Test Scores||Varies by type of test score**|
Applications materials can be uploaded to the application or mailed to:
NYU - College Access Leadership Institute
Office of Undergraduate Admissions
665 Broadway, 11th Floor
New York, NY 10012
** SAT or ACT scores can be submitted directly from the testing organization. (NYU Code for SAT: 2562; NYU Code for ACT: 2838.) PSAT scores can come directly from your guidance counselor or principal. You may also print PSAT, SAT, ACT scores directly from the College Board website and send them via postal mail to our address, above. You may also submit screen shots of any test scores via email to email@example.com.
All students who complete the NYU CALI program receive an NYU Application Fee Waiver, which they may use should they decide to apply to NYU for college in their senior year of high school.
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College Access Leadership Institute
Phone: (212) 998-4551