Located in one of the world’s great centers for culture and business, the New York City campus provides you with educational and recreational opportunities at every corner. Our campus is steps from Columbus Circle, Lincoln Center, major museums, Central Park, theaters, great food, live music, and shopping. A mass transit hub right outside our door takes you anywhere you want to go in the five boroughs, including our residence hall. And employment opportunities abound: 12 percent of the world’s Fortune 500 companies are in New York City.
Life on Campus
While New York City may be your campus, we’ve still got places for you to hang out with friends, grab a bite between classes, and hunker down for some serious study time.
There’s a Place for You
Stay career-focused with an academic or professional organization, join a fraternity or sorority, explore intercultural and identity-based groups, volunteer and contribute to the community, or join others with similar hobbies and interests. You’ll make friends with students from around the world (and around the corner)!
New York Tech is ranked seventh in the U.S. for the highest student mobility rates among four-year private, nonprofit institutions. 37% of students who come from families with household incomes in the bottom 20% jumped to the top 20% of earners. In addition, we offer lifetime career assistance to all New York Tech graduates.
Your Safety is Our Priority
New York Tech is regularly recognized as one of the safest campuses in the country. And when it comes to health and wellness, we rely on our faculty’s medical expertise and the resources of the Office of Counseling and Wellness.
Get ready to reinvent the future in one of our with our 90+ in-demand STEM-infused degree programs, certificate programs, and minors. Your success is our success, so we make sure you have the tools you need to get the most out of your coursework, help you through any rough spot, and keep you on the path toward getting your degree.
Engage with Community
Volunteer and engage with the community on campus and around you through community-wide activities and discussions, and hands-on experiential and field-based learning. Find your voice, make a difference, become the change that needs to happen in our world.