College of Arts & Science

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NYU’s Proud to Be First Program Empowers First-Generation Students

The Proud to Be First program at the College of Arts and Science offers peer mentorship, networking opportunities, social events, and more to help first-generation students navigate college life.

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An NYU Humanities Education Never Expires

NYU humanities students learn to think critically about culture, society, and beliefs.

A collage: 1.) A large building with columns; 2.) Rows of books stacked vertically; 3.) Two men looking at a phone; 4.) A close-up of a person working on a computer; 5.) A network of neurons; 6.) A group of runners in a race.
Research at NYU: Everything Is on the Table (Part 2)

Learn even more about how NYU undergrads conduct rigorous, impactful, and innovative research across all disciplines.

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Math at NYU: So Many Ways to Study

It’s foundational. It’s expansive. And it can even improve lives. The world of mathematics is inspiring—explore the many ways to study math at NYU.

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Discover and Rediscover the Classics at NYU

If turning to the past to better understand the present seems intriguing, the Classics major at NYU may be the perfect fit for you.

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Why Should I Go to Office Hours? With Stephen Small

Biology and Genomics Professor Stephen Small wants you to love life science as much as he does.

Students with a Global Public Helath major combined with Nursing being taught by a professor how to use a stethoscope on a medical mannequin
13 Ways to Be a Global Public Health Major

At NYU, Global Public Health majors take the lessons of 2020 to heart, immersing themselves in the study of health across academic disciplines and national boundaries.

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This or That: Economics @ Stern or CAS

Tell me you want to work on Wall Street without telling me you want to work on Wall Street.

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The Neuroscience of Exercise

Learn how NYU professor Wendy Suzuki taps into the neuroscience of exercise in her lab, in the classroom, and in her life.