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The New York Institute of Technology

Instate Tuition (2013-2014)
$30,780
Out-of-state Tuition (2013-2014)
$30,780

NYIT Address

NEW YORK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY-OLD WESTBURY
NORTHERN BLVD
OLD WESTBURY NY 11568-8000
General information:(516) 686-7516
Financial aid office:(516) 686-7680
Admissions office:(516) 686-7520University Homepage

Tuition + NYIT Housing (2013-2014)

Meals Per Week:19

Undergrad Application Fee: $50
Grad Application Fee:$50

Tuition Payment Plan:Yes
Campus Housing Capacity:671
Freshman Must Live on Campus: No

University Makeup (2013-2014)

# of Undergrads: 5,209
# of Grad students: 3,500
# of Part time: 11
Total Students: 8,709
Male

55.6%
Female

44.4%
International

15%
African-American

8%
American Indian

0%
Asian

15%
Hispanic

10%
Pacific Islander

12%
Caucasian

29%
Unknown

23%

Financial Aid

92% First time, full time students receive federal aid and the average amount is $467

47% of students receive State/Local grants and the average amount is $3,168

90% receive instiutional grants and the average institutional award is $12,636

56% receive student loans and the average amount is $6,725President's Scholarship, Theodore K. Steele Memorial Scholarship, B.S./D.O. Scholarships, Transfer Scholarships, Brett Kaufman Memorial Alumni Scholarship, NYIT Academic Scholarship Program, Pat Curcio Scholarships, NYIT Scholarship, NYIT Grant

Paying for your education may be one of the biggest challenges you encounter as a student. At first glance, the figures for tuition might seem out of your reach. At NYIT, we understand the importance of balancing your desire for a high quality college education with the reality of your financial situation. And we want to help.

NYIT is proud to offer a number of generous financial aid options to students who might otherwise have difficulty paying for college. Some of these options are NYIT-sponsored; others are offered through federal, state and local government programs. The Office of Financial Aid coordinates all of these programs and works with students to determine eligibility, sort through all the different options and create a financial aid package that can make an NYIT education a reality.

Part of NYIT's mission is to offer access to educational opportunity for all qualified students. We believe every qualified student deserves the chance to earn a quality college education, regardless of his or her financial status. We have worked hard to keep our tuition moderate, one of the lowest of any private college or university in New York State. And we offer generous scholarships and financial aid opportunities that bring tuition costs down to even more affordable levels.

As part of our mission to offer access to opportunity to all qualified students, we have created a number of generous, NYIT-exclusive academic and merit scholarships for incoming first-year students, incoming transfer students and continuing NYIT students. These scholarships are available through the generosity of trustees and friends of the college, NYIT alumni and members of the business community.

In order to apply for these scholarships, you must first file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid or FAFSA, then contact the Office of Financial Aid for more information.

NYIT guarantees that any full-time first-year student who files the FAFSA will receive at least $1,500 in financial assistance from NYIT for the first year of study. This may include funding through any NYIT scholarship or grant program.

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Special Programs

Architectural Technology/Management Architectural Technology/Energy Management Life Sciences/Osteopathy Dual Life Sciences/Physical Therapy Life Sciences/ Occupational Therapy Mechanical Engineering/Energy Management Accelerated Program for Emigre Physicians Osteopathic Medical Program
Teacher Certifications

Admissions Requirements

Secondary School Record Required
Secondary School GPA Required
Secondary School Rank N/A
Test Scores Required
Competencies N/A

Special Credits

HS College Credit: Yes
AP Credit: Yes
Life Experience Credit: Yes
Special Credits(other): No

Applicants Admitted

73% men vs 75% women admitted

Applicants vs Admissions (2013-2014)

Men Applicants:3,242
Women Applicants:2,191
Men Admitted:2,374
Women Admitted:1,650

Student Services

Library On Campus
Remedial Services
Counseling Services
Employment Services
Placement Services

Majors

• Accounting
• Accounting Technology/Technician and Bookkeeping
• Advertising
• Architectural Technology/Technician
• Architecture
• Bioinformatics
• Biological and Biomedical Sciences
• Biology/Biological Sciences
• Biotechnology
• Business
• Business Administration and Management
• Chemistry
• City/Urban
• Commercial and Advertising Art
• Community and Regional Planning
• Computer and Information Sciences
• Computer and Information Sciences and Support Services
• Corrections and Criminal Justice
• Counselor Education/School Counseling and Guidance Services
• Design and Applied Arts
• Digital/Multimedia and Information Resources Design
• Education
• Educational
• Electrical
• Electrical and Electronics Engineering
• Electronic and Communications Engineering Technology/Technician
• Elementary Education and Teaching
• Energy Management and Systems Technology/Technician
• Engineering Technologies and Engineering-Related Fields
• Engineering Technology
• Engineering/Industrial Management
• English Language and Literature
• Entrepreneurial and Small Business Operations
• Environmental Control Technologies/Technicians
• Finance
• General
• Health Professions and Related Clinical Sciences
• Hotel
• Human Resources Management/Personnel Administration
• Information Technology
• Instructional
• Interior Design
• International Business/Trade/Commerce
• Labor and Industrial Relations
• Management
• Management Information Systems
• Marketing
• Marketing/Marketing Management
• Marriage and Family Therapy/Counseling
• Mathematics Teacher Education
• Mechanical Engineering
• Medical Scientist
• Motel
• Multi-/Interdisciplinary Studies
• Nutrition Sciences
• Occupational Therapy/Therapist
• Osteopathic Medicine/Osteopathy
• Other
• Physical Sciences
• Physical Therapy/Therapist
• Physician Assistant
• Physics Teacher Education
• Political Science and Government
• Psychology
• Public Health
• Radio and Television
• Radio and Television Broadcasting Technology/Technician
• Registered Nursing/Registered Nurse
• Securities Services Administration/Management
• Sociology
• Substance Abuse/Addiction Counseling
• Technical Teacher Education
• Technology Teacher Education/Industrial Arts Teacher Education
• Visual and Performing Arts
• Web Page
• Curriculum Supervision
• Related Support Services
• Restaurant Management
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