The New York University is a private university established in 1831. The university is spreading over 230 acres gets enrollment of 26,135 undergraduate students and 24,205 postgraduate students every year. As per the gender distribution, 43 percent students out of total students are male and 57 percent students are female. New York University has more than 25 fraternity and sorority chapters. In order to provide the entertainment to the community of university, hundred of students operate TV Channel and Movie Channels.
Location and Facilities
This beautiful university is located in the lively Greenwich Village neighborhood of Manhattan. The university provides number of facilities to its students including women’s center, health service, placement service, health insurance, nonremedial tutoring, 24-hour emergency telephones, campus safety, student patrols, lighted sidewalks/pathways, controlled dormitory access, student patrols, 24-hour foot and vehicle patrols and late night transport/escort service.
The University is divided into a number of schools and colleges:
- College of Arts & Science
- Tisch School of Arts
- Stern School of Business
- Steinhardt School of Culture
- School of Law
- School of Medicine
- Silver school of social work
- Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service
Major Courses Available at the New York University
- Visual and Performing Arts
- Social Sciences
- Liberal Arts and Sciences
- General Studies and Humanities
- Health Professions
- English Language and Literatures
- Computer and Information Sciences
- Communication and Journalism
- Biological and Biomedical Sciences
At the New York University, 50 percent of students get scholarships and financial grants on the basis of their needs and the cost of scholarship grants are around $29,971. The university ensures that applicants or students can apply regardless of their financial backgrounds.
Following are the grants or Scholarships available at College:
- Federal Pell Grants
- Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants (FSEOG)
- Teacher Education Assistance for College and Higher Education (TEACH) Grants
- Iraq and Afghanistan Service Grants
The overall ranking of the university is as follows:
- Ranked as #30 in National Universities
- Ranked as #10 in Best Colleges for Veterans
- Ranked as #55 in Best Value Schools
- Ranked as #22 in High School Counselor Rankings
- Ranked as #20 in Most Innovative Schools
- Ranked as #5 in Business Programs
- Ranked as #61 in Best Undergraduate Engineering Programs
New York University provides equal opportunities to all students and does not biased on the basis of citizenship status, national origin, religion, sex, marital or parental status, age, race, color, and disability. Be it an volunteer position at a theatre company or hospital or an internship at a multinational corporation the university offers tremendous career opportunities to each of the students.
Mission & Vision
The university is running on the mission of empowering students and alumni to make them succeed at every stage of career by developing professional skills.
The university provides professional and post-professional higher level education in order to meet the changing trend of the society.