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Nestled among more than a hundred wooded and landscaped acres, NYIT's Dorothy and Alexander Schure Old Westbury Campus looks and feels like a private estate. In fact, the campus comprises several former North Shore estates.
Many of the former C.V. Whitney and estate buildings were reconstructed for educational use with special attention given to exterior charm. Classroom buildings and parking fields are connected by walkways through woods and meadows. Spacious plazas act as outdoor classrooms for students and faculty as well.
Students spend time between classes dining at one of the many cafès on campus, playing games at the Student Activity Center, listening to lectures on various issues, attending student organization meetings, or exercising in the Sports Complex.
College life is about more than books and classrooms. You can learn from every experience, and we encourage you to take advantage of all that NYIT has to offer.
Residence Life & Off-Campus Housing
Students who plan to take courses at the Old Westbury campus are encouraged and invited to live in the residence halls located just around the corner from the NYIT campus.
Resources for Students
Students have a wide range of helpful things available to them.
Student Affairs Office
You've got questions, we've got answers.
Six NYIT students traveled to Syracuse, N.Y., from Oct. 11 to 13 to attend the Association for the Promotion of Campus Activities (APCA) Northeast Regional Conference. They were accompanied by Mehtap Donuk, director of student activities and leadership development at NYIT-Old Westbury, and APCA Northeast regional coordinator. APCA has been around since 1994 helping college students across America with their programming needs.
Students included Greek Life Council e-board members Jatinder Saini, Prattasha Paul, Bernadette Connell, Brian Church, and Pooja Berdia as well as Navpreet Sachdev, president of the NYIT-Old Westbury Campus Programing Board and student delegate for the APCA Northeast region. They were nominated and elected to be national interns for the conference and assisted with registration, announcing national speakers, running icebreakers, and leading roundtable discussions. Brian Church, who works as a student employee in NYIT's Academic Computing Lab, was also asked to work with the conference's professional stage management staff members, who were so impressed with his contributions that they offered him a job on the spot to travel the country with them in summer 2014.
Faculty, staff, and students are invited to attend a screening of the documentary, Girl Rising, about the stories of nine unforgettable girls born into unforgiving circumstances. The film captures their dreams, their voices, and their remarkable lives. It also symbolizes a movement dedicated to empowering and achieving educational equity for girls around the world. Screenings will be held at:
The event is hosted by the offices of International Education and Counseling and Wellness. Light refreshments will be served.