Our Students

New York Tech students are makers, doers, innovators, and inventors, eager to make the world a better place. They take on real-world problems and tackle them inside and outside the classroom. Our undergraduate and graduate students conduct groundbreaking research, pursue internships at top companies, volunteer at organizations in need, and attend professional conferences to network with industry leaders. When they graduate, they are ready to lead, heal, and create.


NYIT students chatting on campus

Features and Videos

Spread the Holiday Cheer!

There was a blizzard of activity for this year’s Tech Winter Wonderland “drive-through” event on the Long Island campus.

Student Profile: Samiha Gaffar

New York Tech student Samiha Gaffar believes tech is the future, which is why she decided to pursue a career in computer science.

Student Profile: Christine Lee

Christine Lee believes there should be more women in medicine. As a future physician, she plans to focus on health policy and global health to address the needs of her community and beyond.

News Byte: Grad Programs Top Woman Engineer’s Annual Rankings

New York Institute of Technology has been named a 2020 Reader’s Choice “Top 10 Graduate School” by Woman Engineer magazine.

Student Profile: Joseph Olivieri

Joseph Olivieri always had a passion for the arts. But he felt a career in theater wouldn’t give him the stability he needed. He found that interior design would fulfill his artistic passion.

Student Profile: Cameron Little

As a summer intern with National Grid, mechanical engineering major Cameron Little used his New York Tech education to develop a Python script, saving the company money in workers’ travel time and labor. The company was so impressed with his work, he was offered a full-time post in gas field operations.

Student Profile: Leah-Sarah Clayton

A love of the arts and thirst for knowledge drew freshman Leah-Sarah Clayton to a rigorous education in architecture at New York Tech.

Student Profile: Kelly Borges

First-year NYITCOM student Kelly Borges sat down with The Box to discuss her plans for medical school and how she intends to use her passion for wellness to help improve public health outcomes.

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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