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.


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Features and Videos

News Byte: NYITCOM Tops “Diverse Issues in Higher Education” Health Sciences Rankings

NYITCOM topped the list for colleges of osteopathic medicine in Diverse Issues in Higher Education’s lists of the top 100 producers of degrees, including at the doctoral level, awarded to minority students.

One Giant Leap for the ETIC

New York Tech has extended its contract with NASA, giving student employees of the ETIC an opportunity to build five new prototypes for the agency.

Building a Bridge Between Engineering and Medicine

The interdisciplinary Engineering in Medicine initiative connects medical students with students from New York Tech's other schools and colleges, creating an interprofessional experience for everyone involved.

Student Profile: Rejath Jose

NYITCOM student Rejath Jose’s research on orthostatic hypotension was the first outcome of the university’s Engineering in Medicine initiative to be published.

Student Profile: Faiz Syed

Through the Engineering in Medicine initiative, NYITCOM student Faiz Syed was able to conduct research on orthostatic hypotension with fellow students in the medical school and the College of Engineering and Computing Sciences. Their findings were the first outcome of the initiative to be published.

Lessons From the Best Years of My Life

In a lecture on November 9, visual designer, illustrator, and art director Charis Tsevis recounted the lessons he learned during his college years but only learned to appreciate later in life.

Talk the Walk

At the “Talk the Walk: The Power of Communications” lecture, guest speaker Tim Bravo, director of communications at Lamborghini, spoke about the power of public relations and communications for corporations and individuals.

The Thrill of Discovery

Faculty and students in the Department of Anatomy are pushing boundaries with cutting-edge research to advance knowledge in areas including animal locomotion and evolutionary biology.

By the Numbers

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    • Undergraduate: 3,419
    • Graduate: 2,490
    • Medical/Professional: 1,762 (NY and AR)
  • International Makeup

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  • Racial and Ethnic Makeup

    (New York/online only)

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    • 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%)
  • Gender Ratio

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  • PERCENT OF FIRST-TIME FULL-TIME DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS RECEIVING INSTITUTIONAL AID

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  • Percent of International Students

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  • Student-to-Faculty Ratio

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  • First-Generation Undergraduate Students

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  • Financial Aid Award

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    • $33,016 average financial aid award for first-time, full-time degree-seeking students at our New York campuses
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