NYU Facts

2002 — 2012


Rankings Data

Between 2002 and 2013 NYU’s rankings, in almost all disciplines, and as an institution, both domestically as well as internationally, have improved.

US News and World Report

US News and World Report Best Colleges and Universities / National Universities

US News and World Report Graduate School Rankings / Professional Schools

US News and World Report Graduate School Rankings / Ph.D. Programs/ Humanities and Soc. Sciences

US News and World Report Graduate School Rankings/Ph.D. Programs/ The Sciences

Times Higher Education

In just the last three years alone, NYU has swiftly risen in the World and US reputational and university rankings as measured by Times Higher Education.

Times Higher Ed (THE) World Reputation Rankings

Times Higher Ed (THE) World University Rankings

World University Rankings

In other world university rankings NYU has also made dramatic advances.

Shanghai Jiao Tong University Academic Ranking of World Universities

Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) World University Rankings*

*The QS rankings were originally published in collaboration with The Times Higher Education from 2004 – 2009 as the Times Higher Education – QS World University Rankings. In 2010, the collaboration ended; QS continued to publish using the existing methodology, with THE creating a new methodology (above) with Thompson Reuters

Capital Investments

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The following projects were the significant capital projects during the past ten years. The vast majority were either renovations of existing space or newly acquired space that replaced leased space.

Academic Investments

There was $905 million invested in academic capital improvements across nine schools between 2002 and 2011

Student Investments

Between 2002 and 2011, there was $628 million invested in student housing and student services. Part of that investment was a move from leased to owned space, which will result in a cumulative cash flow surplus of $275 million over 30 years.

Design and Build of Kimmel Student Center (2002—2003)
$79 million
University Hall and Palladium Dorms (2002—2003)
$21 million
Gramercy Green Dorm (2008)
$295 million
12th Street Dorm (2010)
$138 Million
Global Center for Academic and Spiritual Life (2009—2011)
$95 Million