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

Everybody Counts in the 2020 Census

Civic engagement expert Luzia Ogureck, M.A., talks to The Box about why everyone—including college students—should participate in the 2020 Census.

Students Supply Protection to Health Care Workers

When reports predicted looming shortages of masks, gloves, and supplies, New York Tech students stepped up to help local health care workers and organizations.

News Byte: Fox 5 New York Features NYITCOM in Early Medical School Graduation Story

NYITCOM was featured in a Fox 5 New York segment on medical students being offered the opportunity to graduate early and help fight COVID-19.

Engineering Student Founds Club for Hispanics in STEM

Electrical and computer engineering major Kevin Dominguez founded the New York City campus chapter of the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers to help empower his fellow engineering and technology students.

2020 Big Give: A Big Thank You!

The 2020 annual Big Give campaign raised $301,470 to support students and programs that further scholarship, undergraduate research, athletic success, and much more.

Student Profile: Mohammed Alam

When he was in middle school, Mohammed Alam became fascinated with computer engineering. When it came time to choose a school to pursue his dream, he chose New York Tech.

Accentuating the Positives of Online Teaching

While students adjust to new learning environments, New York Tech faculty are finding new and creative ways to deliver courses in virtual modalities.

TB Vaccine Could Be a Valuable Weapon in COVID-19 Fight

NYITCOM researchers published findings that suggest nations without universal TB vaccination may be more vulnerable to COVID-19 mortalities.

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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