There’s a Place for You at New York Tech

Do you imagine yourself as an engineer, health professional, architect, or physician, and have personal reasons that are keeping you from going away to college? For almost seven decades, New York Tech has been making dreams come true for students like you, who need to study close to home in the greater New York metro area but don’t want to sacrifice their professional ambitions. You can have it all at New York Tech: a great education at a fair price, right in your own backyard!

Mindful that the pandemic has been difficult for students and their families, New York Tech has instituted a test-optional policy and offers priority deadlines for early admission and financial aid consideration; virtual, in-person, and one-to-one admissions and financial aid events let students connect with the university at their convenience.

Preparing Students for the Jobs of the Future

At its suburban Long Island and urban New York City campuses, students are prepared for careers of the future and are helped to grow as people, citizens, and professionals. Nearly 7,000 students from 76 countries and 40 states pursue degrees in computer science and cybersecurity; architecture and design; life sciences, pre-med, chemistry, and physics; electrical and mechanical engineering; nursing, medicine, and allied health; digital arts; management; and more. New York Tech recently introduced future-focused programs in data science, architectural/digital technologies, construction engineering, applied & computational mathematics, user interface/user experience design, business analytics, and risk man­age­ment as well as a new master’s in public health (M.P.H.) and Ph.D. programs in computer science, engineering, and medical & biological sciences.

The curriculum, labs, and incubators foster research, innovation, entrepreneurship, and exploration, underscored by a growth mindset, challenging students to think beyond their major, take risks, and learn from their successes and mistakes. The caring faculty, experts in their fields, know how to leverage technology and best-in-class pedagogy, whether they’re teaching on campus, remotely, or in a hybrid model. They encourage students to showcase their abilities through industry challenges, internships, re-search, and service projects.

Highly Ranked and Accredited

New York Tech programs are valued by ranking organizations and accreditors because the university delivers on its promise: to provide a rigorous, quality education that gives graduates a noticeable edge in the workplace.

New York Tech consistently appears in U.S. News & World Report’s top tier of best regional universities (North) and rankings for social mobility, diversity, and best schools for veterans.

Its ranking in The Wall Street Journal/Time Higher Edu­cation survey, focused on student success, has skyrocketed.

In the 2021 Educate to Career rankings, New York Tech is a Tier 1 College, based on affordability and quality education.

But perhaps most impactful, New York Tech is No. 7 among nonprofit institutions with the highest socio-economic mobility rates, according to The Chronicle of Higher Education.

Moreover, New York Tech is among the top 20 percent of colleges based on the salary potential of graduates, according to the PayScale College Earnings Report.

Affordability and a Diverse, Vibrant, Caring Community

Understanding that a college degree is a serious investment, New York Tech offers generous financial aid packages (98 percent of first-year students receive assistance). In addition to having one of the lowest out-of-pocket tuitions among private colleges in New York State, it offers special scholarships for veterans, transfer students, alumni, and children of police, firefighters, EMS, and K-12 teachers.

New York Tech comprises individuals from all racial, ethnic, religious, gender, gender presentation, geographic, age, ability, and socioeconomic groups. The College supports all its students’ success through myriad services, ranging from its new Bear Bytes program to address food insecurity, to its Achieving College Excellence initiative offering academically at-risk students personal academic support, to its financial literacy program to extracurricular research and entrepreneurial opportunities. Throughout the pandemic, counseling, health, and wellness services were provided to New York Tech campuses by its medical school and chief medical officer, a leader in public health and preventive medicine.

Delivering on New York Tech’s Promise to Reinvent Your Future

Nothing reveals the value of a New York Tech degree better than its alumni. Data shows 94 percent are employed or continuing their education within six months of graduation. Recent grads are pursuing successful careers at Fortune 500 companies and high-tech startups. Others are in prestigious graduate programs at Georgia Tech, Harvard, and the University of Pennsylvania. And in this global health crisis, graduates of its medical school and health professions programs are eagerly moving into critical roles.

By pursuing a degree at New York Tech, you’ll discover and follow your passion, balance your education with other priorities, build a professional network, graduate career-ready, and receive excellent returns on your investment. Discover your next step at