To produce and support the leaders of tomorrow, we will provide excellence in research and education in engineering, computing, science and related fields for the New York region and the world.
|Institution Type:||Private not-for-profit|
|Campus Setting:||Large city|
|Highest Degree Offered:||Doctor's degree - research/scholarship|
|Level of Institution:||Four or more years|
The student population, as a majority, is pleasant but expect to see conceited or ego-inflated nerds. The tutoring services are great if the tutors understand what they're explaining, but majority of the tutors are there to earn money. They are still students and will not want to do anything excessive or requires too much effort. The writing center is highly beneficial though.» Read More
Relatively small college compared to some, but the community is very helpful, and if you lose something, no one takes it, so you can pretty much expect to see that same item the very next day or so. That is, for the most, the faulty might take it and send an email about a lost item.» Read More
At first it's a little awkward, because Poly is transforming into a school of NYU. But right now, we're kind of the awkward step child, so some resource we share, and some we don't. For instance, we can join clubs at main campus, but we can't be officers in those clubs. It's the same for Main campus students too, they can join our clubs, and we can enroll in classes there after the first year» Read More