New York Institute of Technology’s 60th Annual Commencement was held on Sunday, May 23. The school/college ceremonies incorporated all of our traditional ceremonial components, including addresses by President Hank Foley, Board of Trustees Chair Kevin Silva, and the conferral of student degrees. You can access the ceremonies by clicking on the links below (no Zoom account required):
School/College Ceremony Videos
Featuring individual slides of the graduating students.
- College of Engineering & Computing Sciences
- School of Health Professions
- School of Architecture & Design
- School of Management
- College of Arts & Sciences
List of Degrees
Use this list to help you find your school/college.
- There are over 3,000 members of the Class of 2021.
- 36% of graduates are earning undergraduate degrees
- 64% are receiving graduate, doctoral, or advanced certification degrees.
- Graduates range in age from 19 to 65 years old.
- The Class of 2021 represents 37 states and 68 countries.
- There are 41 veteran students graduating.
Student Orators and Student Singer
Messages from Elected Officials
Senator Chuck Schumer
Senator Kirsten Gillibrand
Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul
Town of Oyster Bay Supervisor Joseph Saladino
You are almost an official New York Tech alum! Our bookstore has a variety of alumni merchandise to celebrate your new status and show your Tech pride.
Class Rings, Announcements, and Frames
To purchase a class ring, announcement cards, or a diploma frame, visit the Herff Jones website. For more information, call 631.757.3040.
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Making the Most of Your Merit Page After Graduation
While you were enrolled at New York Institute of Technology, the institution created an online profile for you using a platform called Merit Pages, which published stories about your accomplishments as a New York Tech student.
In addition to appearing on your personalized Merit Page, these stories appeared on nyit.meritpages.com and may have showcased successes such as being named to the Presidential Honor List or Dean's List, landing an internship, or participating in club activities and community service, among other accomplishments.
This collection of college achievements, much like a resumé, can be a great benefit as you move forward in your academic career and provide a competitive advantage when you enter the workplace. After you graduate, your Merit Page will become inactive to the university but remain fully accessible to you. We encourage you to continue updating your Merit Page after graduation so that you can use it as a tool to begin your career or pursue additional educational opportunities.
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