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New York University, New York City

(4.2/5 based on 65+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • Visited with my son who is considering applying to the school. Definitely register for tours on line. They will try to accommodate you if you didn't, but no guarantees. Our tour was packed and I don't...  more »
  • This is not really a campus in the traditional definition. Rather it is Manhattan, centered in Greenwich building and landmarked by Washington Square and Union Square. If you enjoy New York City you w...  more »
  • My wife and I visited the campus and enjoyed walking around and exploring. This is an attractive campus.  more »
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  • I love the school, and it's somewhere I want to go, but my rating is more on my campus tour experience. They probably talked about academics for a total of 10 minutes the entirety of the tour, and maybe dedicated 45 minutes to their study-abroad program. My entire tour was spent hearing about how amazing NYC is, how diverse NYC is, how "NYC is your campus," and how they have campuses in two other countries. I learned nothing that wasn't common knowledge or I could get from a quick google search of the school. I didn't get to see a dorm room, only saw one classroom, didn't get to see the library(although we did get to go inside of the hall leading up to the library as if that means anything), didn't even get to see a dining hall. I understand that the diversity, culture, and big city/big apple experience is an important selling point for the school, but it's also important to inform the people who went out of their way to visit your campus about clubs, ACADEMICS, teachers, dorms, and the things that actually matter. I went to that tour to become more informed so that I'd finally be able to 100% say that this is the school I want, but I left more confused, with a bunch of subjective "facts" of importance.
  • 20 years ago NYU was cutting edge,...recently I returned to support my daughter's enrollment process and was speechless. My daughter is a very respectful, quiet and educated student. The university serves somewhat an opposite agenda. I had faith in the quality I once knew yet, my daughter was apprehensive. After we had lunch and went to a movie she decided the violence and inequality was overbearing. Sorry NYU, there seems to be an integrity shift. The Castles
  • My big brother went there, and now he works as a transplant surgeon! The reason why there isn't 5 stars is because of the cost. Really expensive. Otherwise, the graduation ceremony was great, and I plan on going there too!
  • my name Pierce Jackson nice meet to you good faith good respect good listen i am good player strong basketball on future we bless of new york university safe way
  • If madison Tart doesnt get in, then this place sux.