Are You a First-Year Student?
You're a first-year (freshman) student if you didn't enroll in college after completing high school, regardless of the number of college credits earned while in high school.
Apply today! First-year applicants can apply today using the Common Application or NYIT's Online Application.
To complete your application you must submit the following:
- Official high school transcript
Official SAT Reasoning Test or ACT scores
NYIT code: SAT- 2561 and ACT- 2832
- Letter of recommendation
Students who are applying to the B.S./D.O., nursing, occupational therapy, physician assistant studies, and physical therapy have specific application requirements.
Early Action: Completed Early Action applications for the fall 2014 semester submitted prior to Dec. 1 will receive a decision by Dec. 31 and will be given first consideration for merit scholarships awarded by the Admissions office.
Regular Admission: Applications for the fall semester and Early Action applications completed after Dec. 1 will be reviewed on a rolling admission basis as long as space is available.
Physical Therapy: Applications for Physical Therapy must be complete prior to Jan. 16.
Fine Arts: Once your application has been received, you must submit a portfolio by Aug. 15 for the fall semester and Dec. 15 for the spring semester.
Please address all application materials to:
Office of Admissions
New York Institute of Technology
Old Westbury, NY 11568
Or have documents faxed to 516.686.1116.
For a traditional paper application or more information:
- Complete an online admissions inquiry form,
- Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or
- Call 800.345.NYIT (6948)
- Download and print a paper application. NOTE: To view and print the paper application, you need a PDF reader such as Adobe Acrobat Reader, which can be downloaded at the Adobe Web site.
To become a nonmatriculated student:
Students may take a limited number of credit-bearing undergraduate courses without being matriculated in a degree, diploma, or certificate program. Undergraduate students may not take more than 24 credits without matriculating. In order to apply as a nonmatriculated student, you may contact the Office of Admissions and complete a Nonmatriculated Application, which must then be approved by Admissions and the department(s) in which you are registering for courses.