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based on 246 reviews
  • Ellen from Danville, PA

    NYU is super diverse, which makes it perfect for all types of people. The classes, professors, and extra curriculars all look amazing. I'm really looking forward to attending in the fall. read full review

  • Becky - New York, NY

    You must be proactive and not reactive in taking initiative to understanding all of the different facets at nyu; financial aid, insurance, meal plans, academics, etc. Financially, the school is not very flexible and more specifically, transfers are… more read full review

    You must be proactive and not reactive in taking initiative to understanding all of the different facets at nyu; financial aid, insurance, meal plans, academics, etc. Financially, the school is not very flexible and more specifically, transfers are at an extreme disadvantage in amount of aid to be considered for by the university. Overall, it is a large school with many opportunities and potential to excel, but it is your job to really maximize your time and experience while at NYU. read full review

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