Our Students

NYIT students are makers, doers, innovators, and inventors, eager to make the world a better place. At NYIT, they tackle real-world problems in and out of the classroom. They conduct groundbreaking research, pursue internships, and network with industry leaders. And when they graduate, they are ready to lead, heal, and create.

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Features and Videos

Student Profile: Clement Banahene

When Clement Banahene was growing up in Ghana, lack of electricity was a major issue. He asked his teacher what the solution was and when he replied electricians and engineers, Banahene decided at that moment he would become an electrical engineer.

Q&A: Suicide Awareness and Prevention

In recognition of Suicide Awareness and Prevention Month, The Box sat down with NYITCOM’s Liat Jarkon, D.O., psychiatrist and director of the Center for Behavioral Health, to learn about the resources available to at-risk individuals and their loved ones.

Student Profile: Diego Consuegra

When Diego Conseugra first arrived at New York Tech, he felt like he found his second home. As a student orientation leader, he strives to make all new students feel the same.

Students Awarded Department of Defense Cyber Scholarship

Department of Defense (DoD) Cyber Scholarship winners Zachary Singleton and Michael Valenzuela will each receive the full cost of tuition, books, and required fees in exchange for a service obligation with the DoD.

Future Makers Mentor the Next Generation

Four New York Tech students taught middle school students technological skills from 3-D modeling to Arduino programming at the Middle School Maker Academy.

Building a Community of Care

At the “We’re in This Together: A Community of Resources to Support our Students” discussion, New York Institute of Technology faculty and staff learned about ways to support students and how to be a resource for one another during difficult and uncertain times.

Student Profile: Kamille Williams

New York Tech students are in good hands with student orientation leader Kamille Williams. With her positive attitude and friendly demeanor, she’s there to help all incoming students feel welcome.

Getting Hands-On with Concussions

NYITCOM research explores whether osteopathic techniques can improve concussion symptoms and help clinicians to better understand the impact of these injuries.

By the Numbers

    • Undergraduate: 51%
    • Graduate: 42%
    • Medical/Professional: 7%
  • International Makeup

  • Racial and Ethnic Makeup

    • American Indian/Alaska Native: <1%
    • Asian: 18%
    • Black/African-American: 5%
    • Hispanic/Latino: 9%
    • Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander: <1%
    • Non-resident alien: 27%
    • Two or more races: 1%
    • Unknown: 11%
    • White: 27%
  • Gender Ratio

  • Scholarship Recipients

  • Pell Grant Recipients

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