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: Jaclyn Del Pozzo

Jaclyn Del Pozzo’s close relationship with her family inspired her to pursue a career as an Obstetrician-Gynecologist so she can care for women who are starting families of their own.

Student Profile: Bersibeth Pfel

Pfel’s military training instilled in her the discipline to overcome any challenge. At New York Tech, the architecture major is an ambitious student taking what she learned in the United States Marine Corps and applying to her studies as well as projects outside the classroom.

Undergrads Use Computing to Detect Cancer

Christopher Garzon and Brian Nguyen worked on a study to standardize and computerize the detection of abnormal cells of the cervix.

NYITCOM Goes Big at OMED 2019

New York Institute of Technology College of Osteopathic Medicine (NYITCOM) students, faculty, staff, and alumni made an impressive showing at the 2019 national Osteopathic Medical Education Conference (OMED).

Student Profile: Kaela Bell

Kaela Bell may consider herself an introvert, but the marketing major showed her strong leadership skills at her internship with Mikkeller Brewing NYC at Citi Field, home of the New York Mets.

News Byte: Nursing Students Receive White Coats

The Class of 2021 received their white coats, signifying the transition from the classroom to clinical practice.

New York Tech Student, Mentor Win Partnership Award

he Moxxie Mentoring Foundation honored Eboni Odom and her mentor for their dynamic partnership.

Student Profile: Olivia Flores-Nieves

As a child, Flores-Nieves knew she wanted to pursue a career in the arts. At New York Tech, she discovered the many possibilities a degree in digital arts can offer.

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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