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Seven medical students will participate in a robust practicum experience with local, state, and federal leaders that will allow them to contribute to decision-making that will affect the health of communities in Arkansas and across the Delta.
NYITCOM students and faculty volunteered at this year’s TCS New York City Marathon, providing medical support and cheering on the athletes.
Three New York Tech students attended the AFROTECH conference, where they met with prospective employers gained a new perspective on networking, professional connections, and pursuing career opportunities.
In honor of Veterans Day, NYITCOM alumni, including military physicians, shared stories of caring for veterans and active service members.
New York Tech is one of nine New York City-area universities in a new consortium through which engineering doctoral student can take courses at each other’s institutions without any additional tuition, as part of a new multi-school agreement.
Physics student Ali Gedawi did not see physics in his future—he thought he would become an engineer. But as he balances his studies with his role as president of the New York City campus Student Government Association, his professors have instilled in him a love for the field.
Participate in an array of programs throughout the week in support of Bear Bytes and the Grizzly Cupboard to bring awareness to basic needs issues on campus and across the country.
A biology student, a Student Government Association president, and a mixed martial artist walk into a classroom. There’s no punchline here—that’s just Yamini Bhaveshbhai Patel.
By the Numbers
- Undergraduate: 3,419
- Graduate: 2,490
- Medical/Professional: 1,762 (NY and AR)
Racial and Ethnic Makeup
(New York/online only)
- American Indian/Alaska Native (0.2%)
- Asian (20.5%)
- Black/African-American (9.9%)
- Hispanic/Latino (17.0%)
- Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander (0.4%)
- Non-resident alien (14.6%)
- Two or more ethnicities (3.7%)
- Unknown (6.4%)
- White (27.3%)
PERCENT OF FIRST-TIME FULL-TIME DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS RECEIVING INSTITUTIONAL AID
Percent of International Students
First-Generation Undergraduate Students
Financial Aid Award
- $33,016 average financial aid award for first-time, full-time degree-seeking students at our New York campuses