FC: ESTHER CHAN AVID 2011-2012 NEW YORK UNIVERSITY
1: TABLE OF CONTENTS Pg. 1 Table of Contents 2 Vital Statistics 3 Student Profile 4-6 Financial Aid 7 High School Requirements 8 Academics 9-10 Athletics and Recreation 11-12 Campus Life 13 Transportation 14-15 School Spirit 16 Sources 1
2: VITAL STATISTICS Location of the School- New York,New York Address and Phone Number- 70 Washington Square South 212-998-1212 Enrollment Numbers Graduate and Undergraduate: 212-998-4500 2
3: STUDENT PROFILE Enrollment- 43,404 students ACT/SAT- 31/1430 3
4: FINANCIAL AID In-State Tuition- $40,082 Out-of-State Tuition- $40,082 Scholarships and Grants- Total of 6 scholarships: Arch Scholarship- *For people who show positive impact to the world:) Martin Luther King,Jr.- *For freshmen that show outstanding leadership,academic achievement, and commitment to the principles of community service, humanitarianism, and social progress:D Path to Peace- *To train future leaders:) 4
5: AnBryce Scholarship- * For people who maintain a G.P.A of a 3.5 each year, participate actively in program activities, and are also the first generation to attend college in their family:D Lewis Rudin City- *Rudin scholarships are outstanding entering freshmen selected from public and parochial high schools in all five boroughs of New York City. In addition to their scholarship the scholars participate in academic and cultural activities in New York City:) Phi Theta Kappa- *These scholarships are awarded to outstanding community college transfer students who are members of the Phi Theta Kappa, a national honors society for 2-year colleges:D 5
6: Grants- 22%, $6,482 on average HIGH SCHOOL REQUIREMENTS- Class Rank- Upper 20% High School Courses Taken- English, History, Mathematics, Laboratory Science, and Foreign Language G.P.A.- 3.6 6
7: ACADEMICS- Graduation Requirements- (For Business) -Supporting Learning for work place -Colloquium in work place -Business Education on a college level -Etc. Graduate Within 6 Years- 95%(part time) 7
8: ATHLETICS AND RECREATION- NCAA Program- Basketball, Cross Country, Swimming and Diving, Tennis, Volleyball, and Wrestling 8
9: INTRANMURAL SPORTS- Volleyball, Bowling, Indoor Soccer, Softball, Tennis Singles, Tennis Mixed Doubles 9
10: Student Recreations- Coles Sport Center Student Organizations- HIstory Club, Media Club, Quiz Bowl, Communication Club, Fine Arts Society, Support Our Troops, Arts in the Community, World Faith,Community Agriculture Project, Speech & Debate Team, Etc. 10
11: Campus Life- Libraries- Total of 22 Libraries: -Elmer Holmes Bobst Library -SCPS Jack Brause Library -Courant Institude of Mathematical Science Library -Ettinghausen Library - IFA Stephen Chan Library of Fine Arts -Etc. 11
12: Dining Facilities- Total:13 -Dunkin Donuts -Peet's Coffee -Argo Tea -Hayden Dining Hall -Starbuck's Coffee at Faye's 12
13: On and Off Campus Housing- (On Campus) -20 Resident Halls -Hall Government -7 First Year Halls -8 Upper Class Hall -4 Graduate Halls (Off Campus) -Elevator Buildings -Walk-Ups -Less Space and Privacy -More Noise 13
14: Requirements To Live On Campus- (On Campus) -Meet all payment Deadlines -Can't Cancel Contract -Meet All Reapplication Deadlines -Maintain Matriculated Status 14
15: Requirements To Live Off Campus- -Leave Apartment in Original Condition -Don't MAke Too Much Noise -You Must Pay All of Your Rent -Don't be Late With Rent -Keep Apartment in good Condition -Have Permission to hang things up on the walls 15 -
16: Meal Plans- -Maintain a minimum of 10 meals per week or 175 flex meal plan. -No refunds will be made if you miss meals. - NYU Campus Dining Services offers a variety of meal plans (including two kosher meal plans) which can be utilized at more than a dozen convenient dining locations. -All meal plans are a two-part package combining a "meal allowance" with "dining dollars". 16
17: Student Government- -The SSC is made up of 16 Student Senators elected by the students of the various schools and colleges of NYU. - 7 Student Senators appointed at-large by the Executive Committee of the University Senate with the advice and consent of the elected Student Senators. 17
18: Book Stores- The Main Bookstore Store Hours Monday - Friday 10am - 9pm Saturday & Sunday 11am - 6pm 18
19: Student Health Service- Infomation: 726 Broadway (at Waverly Place) 3rd & 4th Floors - New York, NY 10003 General Information: 212-443-1000 19
20: Transportation- -For transportation, there is a bus and it goes on three routes during the fall and spring semester. (Student Parking) -Overnight parking typically costs $20 - $28 a day. All parking garages and lots in Manhattan charge a 10.25% tax and an 8% surcharge. 20
21: Parking Places- -Master Park -Brevoort Parking Corp. -Champion Parking -Eighth Street Parking Corp. -Etc. Total:9 Other Ways of Transportation- -New York City Subway System 21
22: School Spirit- Alma Mater- (website) http://www.gonyuathletics.com/sports/2009/1/23/GEN_0123092829.aspx?tab=almamaterfightsong School Mascot- Bobcat"Violet" School Traditions- -Strawberry Festival -All-University Commencement 22
23: Famous Alumnus- -Lucy Liu -Ashley Olsen -Adam Sandler -Andy Samberg -Alec Baldwin -Etc. -The Alumna Association- Supporting the Fund for NYU (annual giving) -Fostering leadership among alumni from all schools, regions and constituencies -Engaging students as future alumni -Etc. 23
24: University President- John Sexton | 24
25: School History- -1831 NYU was Established -1922 -Undergraduate Department of Fine Arts Founded -1926 School of Architecture Founded -1941Architecture School Closed -1975Grey Art Gallery Created 25
26: WORDLE- 26
27: Sources- . "NYU Scholarships." [Online] 24 April 2012.
28: Sources- . "NYU Home." [Online] 24 April 2012.
29: Sources- . "Number of Students that Apply." [Online] 26 April 2012.
30: Sources- . "NYU Dining Info.." [Online] 11 May 2012.