High School Counselors
NYU is continuously monitoring developments around COVID-19 and adjusting University operations accordingly. Out of an abundance of caution, we have suspended all on-campus visits until further notice. We look forward to welcoming you to campus in the future, and have curated several resources for you to experience campus virtually in the meantime.
Resources for Applying
At NYU, we try to make the application process as straightforward as possible. But we recognize that applying to a university with multiple schools, colleges, and campuses can be complex. We want to provide you with all the resources you need to help your students navigate through applying to NYU, so below you will find links to specific information about our application, deadlines, financial aid, and more.
We also encourage you to reach out to us directly via email at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions.
- How to Apply
- First Year Applicants
- Early Decision
- Standardized Testing Requirements
- English Language Testing
- Applying for Financial Aid
- NYU's Scholarship Review Process
In light of the COVID-19 global pandemic potentially impacting student's abilities to safely access standardized testing we have modified our standardized testing policy for students applying to the Class of 2025. Read the full statement from the Assistant Vice President for Undergraduate Admissions
Submit original or certified copies only. A certified copy has an original signature of the registrar or other designated school official, or the institution's seal.
Transcripts and test scores must come from an official source to be processed.
Official sources only include directly from a school official employed by the school, nationally or internationally recognized testing agency, or other community organizations as permitted by the Office of Undergraduate Admissions. Any other sources will need approval by the Office of Undergraduate Admissions.
Documents not submitted through the Common Application can be mailed to:
New York University
Office of Undergraduate Admissions
383 Lafayette Street
New York, NY 10003
Or sent via email to:
Students attending non-U.S. institutions are required to have their final graduation documents authenticated by our partner, Educational Credential Evaluators (ECE). Please review our Proof of Graduation Requirements for Students Attending Non-US. Institutions for instructions.
Agents & Third Parties
NYU does not support the use of agents or for-profit organizations in the Undergraduate Admissions application process. We work directly and exclusively with applicants, schools, local governments, Education USA, the Institute of International Education, and non-profit and community based organizations. An applicant hiring or enlisting anyone to complete any portion of their application is a violation and will be considered fraud. NYU regularly verifies documents and submissions to protect against fraud and plagiarism.
Events in NYC and Around the World
Events for High School Counselors
Every year, we invite high school counselors from around the world to join us for our NYU Counselor Open House, an event designed to help you learn more about NYU. You'll have the chance to meet with administrators, admissions staff, and current students.
Events for Prospective Students
We want your students to know what it's like to be part of the NYU community. And there’s no better way to get the inside scoop than meeting us. We host virtual information sessions nearly every day of the week led by admissions staff members and encourage your students to take our virtual campus tour to get more familiar with NYU.
Contact Your Regional Representative
Our team of 40 admissions counselors cover every corner of the globe. If you would like to contact your regional admissions representative, find your state, county, or country on our Admissions Counselors page.
When you email email@example.com, your email will be routed to the correct admissions counselor, or you can call our office at 212-998-4500 and ask for your regional representative by name.