I Had Many College Choices. Here’s Why I Picked NYU
A first-generation studentʼs college decision story: NYU wasnʼt my first choice, nor was it my second. I picked NYU because I didnʼt have to compromise.
Applying to so Many Schools Is Hard. Choosing NYU Isn’t.
Choosing NYU is the easiest, best way to ensure you end up somewhere you’ll love. Take it from someone who had no idea what they wanted and still found it all in a school: there’s a place for you and all of your interests at NYU.
How to Choose Your Future Home When You Can’t Make It to Campus
Can’t physically visit campus? You’ll need some creativity, an open mind, and virtual resources to help you make your final college decision.
From Liberal Studies to Gallatin: Jakiyah’s NYU Journey
Jakiyah Bradley explored her interests in the Liberal Studies Core program, then brought them all together at Gallatin.
First-Generation College Student? NYU Has Resources for You
Nearly 20 percent of NYU students are first-generation college students. Youʼre in good company.
Adapting During Remote Learning: My Dramatic Evolution
Are you having trouble adapting during remote learning? Here’s the dramatic evolution of how I diversified my skills as an acting student turned filmmaker.
You Belong Here: How to Overcome Imposter Syndrome
Doubting your abilities in college is a part of imposter syndrome. Here are ways to overcome it as you achieve great things in a new chapter of your life!
5 Senior Words of Advice to Live By Your First Year
Worried about college in New York City? Read these words of senior advice to make your first-year experience at NYU less stressful and more memorable.