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Reopening Information: Students

New York Tech looks forward to welcoming students back to campus and offering a range of in-person, hybrid, and online/remote courses for fall 2020. We continue to update and finalize course schedules while enhancing our facilities with additional technology to ensure the safest and best learning environments possible.

In leveraging our mix of in-person, hybrid, and online/remote course deliveries, we also have invested in both our physical infrastructure and our online platforms to ensure the continued quality and rigor of our programs as specified by the New York State Department of Education and our accrediting bodies.

Students First

New York Tech students have been participating in the weekly Students First Series to discuss topics relevant to the student experience, including their health, student life, return to campus, and more.

Upcoming Students First Events

Watch videos produced by students for students, featuring campus administration and experts in the fields of health and wellness, campus design and planning, technology, and more.

Dispelling Myths About Covid

Dispelling Myths About Covid

  1. How does COVID-19 spread and how can we prevent it? What are the testing and treatment options?
  2. Find out how New York Tech is working to protect students and members of the community.
  3. Key Takeaways

Students First: Community Conversations

Getting To An On-Campus Experience

  1. Procedures and facility changes at the Long Island and New York City campuses due to COVDID-19.
  2. Outline of the university’s four-step “LEAD” plan, detailing the strategy for reopening campuses for the fall semester.
  3. Key Takeaways

Overall Health and Nutrition to Boost Immunity

Overall Health and Nutrition to Boost Immunity

  1. Boosting our immune system and brain health through nutrition.
  2. Important vitamins, nutrients, and exercises to prevent COVID-19 and other diseases or to minimize its impacts.
  3. Key Takeaways