Features and Videos
Research from NYITCOM-Arkansas’s Jason Bourke, Ph.D., finds that humans have more in common with endangered crocodiles than we think—namely, a deviated septum.
As part of a new agreement, NASA has contracted with New York Tech to have ETIC student employees build unique technology prototypes based on existing NASA patents and create professional marketing materials to help commercialize the technology.
On November 15, family and friends gathered at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre to celebrate New York Tech-Vancouver’s Class of 2021.
New York Tech initiatives promote conversations around diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) through literature.
NYITCOM students discuss how the Art in Medicine Interest Group has enhanced their medical education, bridging the gap between medicine and the humanities.
The Office of Student Life held a two-part virtual series titled “Culture + Media + Academia: The Impact on the Gen Z Learning Experience” to explore the role of technology on how the current generation of students learn, communicate, gather information, and conduct live their lives.
Chemistry major Tiffany Roberts’ already packed class schedule just got a little busier as she takes on roles with the Black Student Union, academic senate, and a fellowship with the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators.
College of Osteopathic Medicine alumni shared their experiences and insights with current medical students during a recent “Medicine in the Military” event.
By the Numbers
- Undergraduate: 3,637
- Graduate: 2,477
- Medical/Professional: 1,821
Racial and Ethnic Makeup
(New York/online only)
- American Indian/Alaska Native (0.2%)
- Asian (19.2%)
- Black/African-American (9.2%)
- Hispanic/Latino (15.5%)
- Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander (0.4%)
- White (24.4%)
- Two or more ethnicities (3.8%)
- Unknown (10.8%)
- Non-resident alien (16.5%)
Percent of International Students