Coronavirus Updates Regarding Admissions

Updated at 1 p.m. on 7/6/2020

The health and wellness of our community is of the utmost importance to New York Institute of Technology. Due to the rapidly changing nature of the coronavirus, we are continuing to monitor the situation and its impact on our guests. For updates, visit‚Äč

How to Visit New York Tech
Our administrative offices, including the Offices of Admissions and Financial Aid, are operating remotely. We are hosting variety of virtual events for you to find out more about New York Tech. We strongly encourage you to join us at a virtual event or speak with a representative via phone or email. Please note that our on-campus events and tours are canceled.

View our events calendar to see upcoming virtual events.  In the meantime, you may also take a virtual tour of our Long Island and New York City campuses.

Admitted Students

  • Undergraduate Students: We are still accepting deposits for Fall 2020. We have reduced the tuition deposit to $200 for undergraduate students.
  • Graduate Students: We extended the deposit deadline for Fall 2020 to May 1 for graduate programs, not including the health professions programs. Deposits are now being accepted 4 weeks after acceptance date.

Virtual Admitted Undergraduate Student Events:

Join us virtually to see why New York Tech is right for you! You can view recorded videos about your major, and connect with your future faculty in your program through a live Q&A webinar held on Zoom. You can view videos about your next steps to enroll and what to expect as a New York Tech student, as well as chat live with experts in admissions, financial aid, and student support services. View all events.

Keep Updated
As you consider joining us at New York Tech, we encourage you to keep updated on what New York Tech is doing for our current students, faculty, and staff.  View Frequently Asked Questions about next steps for admitted students and our plans for the fall semester.