One of the best classes I’ve taken at NYU is Intro to Urban Agriculture through the Steinhardt Food Studies program. In it, my classmates and I worked on NYU’s urban farm lab planting, maintaining, and harvesting fruits and vegetables, many of which we got to take home and eat after each class. Read More
Now that you’ve clicked submit on your applications, don’t think that your work is done! The next step in your college application process is to apply for financial aid.
Not applying for financial aid is like, well:
I’ve been home for the holidays for about a week now, and have spent a lot of time ridding my childhood bedroom of unnecessary clutter. (Read: my mom does not want me to turn into a hoarder.) Oddly enough, I came across not only my college decision letters but also a print out of my very own Common Application. Read More
Our offices closed early this evening here in New York City. We will do our best to respond to emails throughout the holidays, but personal contact will be limited until January 5. While we won’t be open for phone calls or visitors, we will be open to process applications and supporting credentials thoughout the holidays.
My last blog post was written a couple of months ago while I was still in Ghana, but after a short hiatus, I have returned! However, before I dive back into life in New York City, I wanted to tie up the loose ends of my time there. Read More
On Monday, December 15th, the New York University community lost a colleague, mentor, and dear friend.
Vivian Cipolla, age unknown, as a true lady would never reveal her age, dedicated more than 50 years of service to NYU when she retired just a few years ago. Not only was she an ambassador for NYU, but indeed, she was also an ambassador for higher education around the world. Read More
Today the NYU Office of Undergraduate Admissions celebrated the start of the holiday season, and our Early Decision I notification day, with our Third Annual Heritage Potluck. Taking a short break from processing and reviewing applications and responding to student inquiries, we shared a meal meant to celebrate our cultural heritages and our mutual love of all things delicious. From Poland to Puerto Rico to Pakistan, the dishes came from around the world!
I am happy to announce a new financial aid initiative for New York undocumented applicants. Undocumented students who are currently applying to begin their undergraduate studies at NYU as freshmen for the Fall of 2015 are now eligible to receive scholarship aid. Read More
As much as we had hoped to deliver admission decisions early this year, we will be sticking with our December 15 Early Decision I notification date. With a slight increase in Early Decision applications, we simply need the time to thoughtfully and accurately complete our process.
With all of the recent posts about application tips and the Writing Supplement, I wanted to reach out to the thousands of students who will be applying from outside the United States this year for a chance to join the Class of 2019! (Especially, after our recent rankings by the Institute of International Education has cemented NYU as the destination of choice for students coming from around the globe, if you ask me.) Read More