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.

NYIT students chatting on campus

Features and Videos

Engineering Students Walk Away With Jobs at SWE Conference

NYIT College of Engineering and Computing Sciences students received summer internship offers at WE19, the Society of Women Engineers (SWE) annual conference in Anaheim, Calif.

Student Profile: Aleksandra Zatorska

When Aleksandra Zatorska was a professional dancer, physical and emotional balance played a role in her success. Balance has taken on a new meaning as she pursues her master’s in architecture.

Student Profile: Denesia Mitchell

When Denesia Mitchell was deciding on a major, she randomly selected engineering management. At Preview Day at New York Tech, a professor opened her eyes to the opportunities available to her with this degree and Mitchell hasn’t looked back since.

The Scope: A Medical School Podcast

In October, NYITechnology College of Osteopathic Medicine (NYITCOM) launched its first podcast: The Scope, a unique podcast tailor-made for medical students.

Student Volunteers Build Skills While Serving

Through its Consultants for the Public Good program, New York Tech connects student, faculty, and staff volunteers with non-profit and government partners.

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.

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

More Facts & Rankings