New York University in New York: Applying information

New York, NY

Average number of applicants to one enrolled

10 : 1

Admission considerations

Required

  • Secondary school GPA
  • Secondary school record
  • Recommendations
  • Formal demonstration of competencies
  • Admission test scores
  • Other Test (Wonderlic, WISC-III, etc.)

Neither required nor recommended

  • Completion of college-preparatory program

Recommended

  • Secondary school rank

Acceptance Rate

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35%

The percentage of students given offers out of all those that applied.

In comparison to National Average

New York University acceptance rate is below national average.

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35%
BELOW AVERAGE

In comparison to state Average

Average acceptance rate for institutions in state is 67%, so acceptance rate value is below state average for 32%.

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35%
BELOW AVERAGE

In comparison to an average acceptance rate in of colleges in $30k - $40k price range

Average acceptance rate for all institutions in state in the same net price range is 61%, so New York University acceptance rate value is below state net price average for 26%.

Admissions yield

Of those that receive offers to enroll, this is the percent of students that actually do enroll. It is equal to the number of students that enroll divided by the number of accepted students multiplied by 100.

Total

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33%

Full time

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33%

Part time

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0%

Retention rate

Full-time retention rate

93%

Part-time retention rate

66%

The New York University full-time retention rate is 93% and part-time retention rate is 66%.

Retention rate is the percentage of the institution's first-time first-year undergraduate students who continue at that institution the next year. E.g., full-time students who study in the fall semester and continue studying in the same program next fall semester are included in the retention rate.

Retention rate is an important indicator: if it is high, it shows that school offers quality curriculum, positive student environments and cultures as more students choose to continue their studies.

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