If you live within commuting distance of NYUS, we strongly encourage you to attend a career seminar and have an in-person interview with an admissions representative.
Candidates who have been accepted to the University may be required to meet with an academic advisor to discuss the need for college preparatory courses, if applicable, and register for their first semester of study.
The overall objective of academic advising is to help students realize the maximum educational benefits available to them at NYUS
Important Information for Resident Applicants:
Applicants living withing NYUS should consider, along with the general application guidelines, these following points:
- To be eligible to attend NYUS, you must have earned a high school diploma or its equivalent (GED) by time of admittance. For GED assistance.
- All financial aid paperwork should be submitted before your semester commences. NYUS residents may be eligible for several financial aid awards, including Federal PELL Grant and NYUS Tuition Assistant Program (TAP). It's important you visit the Financial Aid Department to discuss your tutition payment options. Furthermore, NYUS offers many scholarships and students are encouraged to apply.
- In accordance to New York State Public Health Law, all students, present and incoming, who were born on or after January 1, 1957 must provide written proof of adequate immunization records against measles, mumps and rubella. Acceptable proof of immunity consists of a certificate of immunization signed and stamped by a physician or licensed health care provider.