Diversity & Inclusion

A professional portrait of nursing assistant professor Jasmine Travers.
Nursing at NYU: Better Care for a Better World

Jasmine Travers teaches NYU Meyers students to provide exceptional nursing care and advocates for health equity and workforce diversity.

NYU scholarship recipient Kaeley Rice in a winter jacket at Times Square.
An NYU Scholarship for First-Year Native American Students

For Kaeley Rice, coming to NYU and receiving the Lenape Scholarship is just the start of big plans for improving lives in her tribal communities.

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Ready, Set, Summer: For NYC High Schoolers, ARISE Offers Hands-On STEM Experience

NYU Tandon’s Applied Research Innovations in Science and Engineering (ARISE) program offers free STEM experience and the opportunity to participate in college-level research this summer for motivated high school students.

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Finding Your Fit: Why Academics Is Only Part of the College Fit Story

Finding the right fit for college is more than just the majors or programs offered. Read why our students think NYU is the best.

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The City Is Your Campus, For Real

New York University is located in the heart of Greenwich Village. Our “campus without walls” enables students to immerse themselves in New York City!

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How NYU Is Doing Back to School in 2021

Whether you’re a first-year student heading to campus or a high school senior about to start your NYU application, here’s what to expect from NYU this fall.

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Meet the South Asian Community at NYU

An NYU studentʼs experience with the South Asian community, and cool clubs and organizations to check out if you want to get involved on campus!

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The Green Zone: Where Sustainability and Justice Intersect

NYU’s One Zone trainings provide community members with the education and tools to make an impact. The Green Zone focuses on building a more sustainable and equitable future.

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CMEP: Exploring Identity and Creating Community

NYU’s Center for Multicultural Education and Programs creates a supportive space for students of historically marginalized backgrounds.

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Identity: A Big Ideas Course Series Offering at NYU

This Big Ideas Course Series brings together students and speakers from across disciplines—and around the world—to academically explore important topics and challenges. In the Identity course, they joined forces to discuss the complicated nature of identity through many lenses.