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NYU is located right in the heart of one of the largest, busiest cities in the US. This private, not-for-profit university, which was founded in 1831, is large enough to accommodate its more than 50,000 students. The school’s doctoral university carries a Carnegie classification of having very high research activity, which displays its high academic value. Students who have passed advanced placement exams will receive credit for those exams and students who wish to earn dual credits in high school and their first year of college are able to do that as well. And students who have life experiences are able to earn academic credits for them in specific situations as well.


Overview of New York University


To serve a large student body, this university needs a large faculty. The total faculty stands at 5,723. Once students begin their classes at NYU, they will be able to venture out beyond the university to learn about their new home—New York has many sights to see. These include the Empire State Building and the Statue of Liberty National Monument. If they don’t want to go to the dining center for a meal, they can go off-campus and enjoy a meal in the city, though costs are high in the city so they may not want to do so too often.

General Information


School Type Private not-for-profit
Campus Setting City: Large
Campus Housing Yes
Student Faculty Ratio 9:1
Graduation Rate 89%
Year Founded 1831

Student Enrollment


Total Students51,847

Undergraduate
26,733
Graduate
25,114

Undergraduate Student

Male 11,228
11,228
Female 15,505
15,505

Graduate Student

Male 10,548
10,548
Female 14,566
14,566

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Admissions


APPLICATION71,834

Male 29,356
Female 42,478

ACCEPTANCE14,367

Male 5,871
Female 8,496

Acceptance Rate20%

Male 20%
Female 20%

Enrollment 6,178

Male 2,780
Female 2,533
Admissions
Application Fee $80
High School GPA Required
High School Rank Recommended
High School Transcripts Required
College Prep Courses Required
Recommendations Required
SAT/ACT Required
TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) Required
Application Deadline November 1
Common Application Accepted Yes

Tuition Cost & Financial Aid


The sticker price (tuition, fees, books, supplies, room/board, and other) is around $75,500. For a family that can’t afford this, they may think that it’s too expensive for their student to attend BYU. However, if the student fills out the FAFSA and learns they do qualify for financial aid, these awards can bring down the final cost considerably.

The average net price, the tuition and fees remaining once financial aid has gone into effect, for a recent academic year was around $39,900. You can see it broken down by family income below.

  • Families earning up to $30,000 pay around $29,080
  • Families earning between $30,001 and $48,000 pay around $28,607
  • Families earning between $48,001 and $75,000 pay around $36,729
  • Families earning between $75,001 and $100,000 pay around $57,678
  • Families earning more than $100,001 pay around $57,678

Federal and institutional financial aid is awarded to 45% percent of freshman students. Grants or scholarships are paid to 2,716 or 45%, with an average award of $29,832. Institutional grants and scholarships coming from NYU are paid to 2,641 or 44% of students. The average award is $27,303.

Average net price 2017-2018
Net Price $39,935
Average Total Aid $29,832
Students Receiving Financial Aid 51%
Room & Board $18,684

Sticker Price


  • Tuition In-State - $53,308
  • Tuition Out-of-State - $53,308
  • Books and Supplies - $752
  • Room & Board - $18,684
  • Other - $2,758

Academics


NYU posts a 94% retention rate; this means that most freshmen return to the university after their first academic year of instruction. The 4-year graduation rate is 76% and the 6-year graduation rate is 9 points higher at 85%. This follows a national trend toward students spending longer in their degree programs before graduation.

The student-to-faculty ratio stands at 9 to 1, which makes it somewhat easier for students to have one-on-one time with their professors, should they have difficulty with one of their classes.

The total student body was mentioned earlier as including more than 50,000 students; undergraduates make up 26,733 members of the student body. Graduate students are a little less than one-half that number, at 25,114. Evening classes are not offered to undergraduates or graduates at NYU. Instead, students who hold down daytime jobs are able to access classes via online classes.

The most popular degree programs at NYU include biological and biomedical sciences; business, management, marketing, and related support services; communication journalism and related programs; and computer and information sciences and support services. Other majors that are offered here include education, engineering technology and engineering-related fields, English language and literature/letters, foreign languages and linguistics, health professions and related programs, legal professions and studies, liberal arts and humanities, mathematics and statistics, psychology, public administration and social service professions, social sciences, and visual and performing arts.

Student Population Total


Student Population 51,847

Undergraduate
26,733
Graduate
25,114
Evening Classes : No
Online Learning : Yes

Most Popular Programs & Majors

(# of Diplomas Awarded by Subject)


Visual and Performing Arts 1094 Total Graduates / 18%
Cinematography and Film/Video Production 372 Graduates
Drama and Dramatics/Theatre Arts, General 371 Graduates
Visual and Performing Arts, Other 94 Graduates
Playwriting and Screenwriting 50 Graduates
Music Performance, General 49 Graduates
All Social Science Majors 839 Total Graduates / 14%
Econometrics and Quantitative Economics 366 Graduates
Political Science and Government, General 181 Graduates
Social Sciences, Other 81 Graduates
Economics, General 36 Graduates
Sociology 35 Graduates
All Business Majors 831 Total Graduates / 14%
Business/Commerce, General 409 Graduates
Management Information Systems, General 136 Graduates
Business, Management, Marketing, and Related Support Services, Other 99 Graduates
Real Estate 52 Graduates
Hotel/Motel Administration/Management 51 Graduates
Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities 550 Total Graduates / 9%
Liberal Arts and Sciences/Liberal Studies 533 Graduates
Biology/Biological Sciences 100 Graduates
Humanities/Humanistic Studies 17 Graduates
Health Professions and Related Programs 521 Total Graduates / 8%
Registered Nursing/Registered Nurse 411 Graduates
Public Health, General 73 Graduates
Audiology/Audiologist and Speech-Language Pathology/Pathologist 22 Graduates
Dental Hygiene/Hygienist 15 Graduates
All Computer Information Science Majors 435 Total Graduates / 7%
Computer and Information Sciences, General 331 Graduates
Information Technology 63 Graduates
Computer Software and Media Applications, Other 32 Graduates
Computer and Information Sciences and Support Services, Other 3 Graduates
All Other Diplomas 31%

Outcome & Salary


Earning a degree from NYU gives graduates a definite salary advantage. Their average salary is $75,000, while their early-career salary is $56,000 and their mid-career salary is $77,400. Keeping these numbers in mind, an average graduate’s return on investment (ROI) from their education ranges from $590,260 (10-year projected ROI) to $1,364,260 (20-year projected ROI).

Their 10-year salary earnings potential is $750,000 and their 20-yer salary earnings potential is $1,524,000. Given their four-year cost of education ($1,59,740), it’s easy to see that graduates do realize a substantial ROI.

High school graduates who don’t go to college earn a national average salary of $37,960. Their 10-year projected income is $379,600 and their 20-year projected income, $759,200.

Graduates Salary
College Grads Early Career Salary $56,000
College Grads Average Salary $75,000
College Grads Mid Career Salary $77,400
Return on Investment (ROI)
10 Year Salary Earnings Potential $750,000
20 Year Salary Earnings Potential $1,524,000
Cost of Education (Net Price) 4 Year $159,740
10 Year Projected ROI $590,260
20 Year Projected ROI $1,364,260
No Colleage Education Salary Comparison
National Average Salary $37,960
10 Year Projected Income $379,600
20 Year Projected Income $759,200

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