Campus: Manhattan Major: Behavioral Science, B.S., concentration in Social Work
My name is Ndoumbe Fall. I came to NYIT in the fall of 2012. I am majoring in Behavioral Science/Psychology, which I find to be a very interesting field of study. I decided to come to NYIT when I was accepted into the Arthur O. Eve Higher Education Opportunity Program (HEOP) because I knew it would allow me the opportunity to pursue my goals.
NYIT encourages students to become active and engaged in our campus community and that is why I have been fortunate to be an executive board member for two clubs. I am currently the senator for Roots and the secretary for the Muslim Student Association (MSA). I have also worked for the Office of Counseling and Wellness and the Office of Student Activities and Leadership Development.
My experience at NYIT is nothing like I expected. I graduated high school thinking that college was going to be extremely difficult and stressful, and that I would have to go through everything on my own. Being at NYIT has not been that way at all. I have met such wonderful people. The staff here are very eager to provide help whenever I need it. Having the opportunity to be a part of HEOP has been an experience beyond explanation. In HEOP, I have not only found great people and an amazing staff, but I have found a family. I can count on them to be there for me, and that is more than I could ever ask for in a college experience.
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