During the May 22 commencement, all people are required to wear masks when indoors and on shuttle buses. Outdoor spaces (including tents) will not require masks, although we do encourage mask wearing. While we will make hand sanitizer available throughout the venue, we request no hand-shaking during ceremonies.
In today's digital world—where everyone and everything is connected as never before—the most valuable players are those who can think critically, solve problems creatively, communicate effectively, and adapt easily across many disciplines, cultures, and situations.
In the College of Arts and Sciences, whatever your major—from biology to physics to interdisciplinary studies to education—we’ll fortify your education through an emphasis on innovation and the integration of new technologies into every course of study. You’ll be part of a community pursuing fields as diverse as life sciences like biology and chemistry; behavioral sciences like psychology school counseling; math and physics; and more. You’ll emerge with a highly valuable degree and the broad skills and perspectives to lead and succeed in the global marketplace.
New York Institute of Technology graduates, family members, and friends joined faculty, staff, and administration in person on May 22 at the university’s Long Island campus to celebrate its 61st annual commencement.