Connect with your schools of interest, experience our campus without walls, meet other prospective students, and more at our Fall Open House!
Prospective Student Events To Make You “Fall” in Love With NYU
Want to learn more about NYU? Join us online and on-campus this fall for a bunch of prospective students events that you won't want to miss!
Visit NYU (virtually & in person)
Visit our Campus Without Walls! We now offer in-person and virtual opportunities to experience campus highlights, hear from current students, and picture your future here at NYU.
Kuniya Asobayire Lives at the Intersection of Fashion, Function, and Representation
College of Arts and Science student Kuniya Asobayire is a Public policy major and model honoring her roots while reaching for the unexpected.
What’s New About Applying to NYU in the 2022–2023 Academic Year?
This year, applying to NYU is a little different. Find out what’s changed and learn how to make the most of it.
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Join us in NYC for our Fall Open House October 15th and 16th!
Register today to connect with your school(s) of interest, experience first-hand @nyuniversity‘s campus without walls, meet other prospective students, and much more! Head to the link in our bio to discover more about what makes Fall Open House an event you won’t want to miss!
Any place can be a study spot ✏️ 📘
#Tandon has some pretty spectacular faculty of both past and present, including Gordon Gould. In 1967, Gould began working as a professor at Tandon, which was then known as the Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn. He’s credited with inventing the laser and at Tandon, proposed several new laser applications and even arranged government funding for laser research. #NYUTandonMade @nyualumni
Ready to add a new language to your répertoire? (That’s French for repertoire 😏). You can learn French, Arabic, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, or Spanish here at NYU Shanghai.
At last Friday’s World Language Course Fair, students engaged with faculty in person and learned more about courses through videos, handouts, interactive activities, and by joining and starting new conversations.
🗓 Reminder: The deadline to sign up for language courses is this Friday, September 23❗️
📧Contact [email protected] for questions or details about any World Languages courses.
Photos by: Jingyan Huo, World Languages
With the new academic year underway and students reacclimating to campus life, we’re excited to reintroduce the Tisch Undergraduate Student Council (TUSC) and its board members. TUSC comprises a governing body responsible for managing clubs, freshman orientation week, year-round student events, and more. For our undergraduate community, this team of student leaders is among your greatest resources.
As we move through the semester, follow @nyu_tusc for more updates, including a new student newsletter set to launch soon. The TUSC team can also be reached for questions, collaborations, and ideas at [email protected](R-L Danielle Gould, President; Rindy Ding, Vice President; Anna Lowry, Secretary; Kailynee Lee Chiu, Treasurer; Lyncis Niu, Diversity Officer; Peng Guo, Publicity Director; Victor Marroquin-Merino, Senator; Ray Qian, Operations Manager)
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