Admission to the College of Arts and Science at New York University is highly selective.Applicants are admitted as freshmen and as transfer students.
Admission to the College of Arts and Science at New York University is highly selective.Applicants are admitted as freshmen and as transfer students.It is strongly recommended that all applicants take mathematics and language courses in the senior year of high school.
If you wish to apply as an Early Decision candidate, you must complete and submit as an attachment the Early Decision Contract that is located in the Forms section of the electronic application.
If you wish to be considered for Early Decision admission you have submitted your online application, please complete the Early Decision Contract.
New York University actively seeks students who are varied in interests, talents, and goals, as well as in economic and social backgrounds.
Particular attention is paid to the degree to which candidates have made the effective use of opportunities available to them, however great or limited those opportunities may have been.
If your application is not complete by February 15, we will try to respond within 12 weeks of its completion, but we cannot guarantee a decision by a particular date.
Please note that the Committee on Admissions may choose to return applications filed after the February 15 deadline.Each applicant is reviewed carefully to identify academic strength, potential for intellectual growth and creativity, and promise of fully utilizing the special offerings of the University and the city.Each applicant's record is considered objectively and evaluated for participation in extracurricular and community services, in addition to scholarly pursuits.The completed contract should be faxed, scanned and emailed, or mailed to: New York University School of Law Office of JD Admissions Wilf Hall 139 Mac Dougal Street New York, NY 10012 Fax (212)995-4527 Email [email protected] late April.Your LSAC Credential Assembly Service (CAS) report must be complete and ready to be requested by our office by February 15.Applicants who wish to be considered for the following School of Law's Scholarship Programs must complete their application by January 1 and must have a complete law school report ready to be requested by the Office of Admissions no later than January 1: An Bryce Scholarship Program, Cybersecurity Service Scholarship, Furman Public Policy Scholarship, Latinx Rights Scholarship, Leadership Program in Law & Business or Law and Social Entrepeneurship, and the Root-Tilden-Kern Public Interest Scholarship Program.Applicants must take the LSAT or GRE no later than November 2018.You must indicate your intention to apply for Early Decision on your application, and you must submit the Early Decision contract which is a separate form.You may not apply for another binding early decision program.Candidates are accepted on the basis of predicted success in the specific programs in which they are interested.If the applicant meets formal course requirements, his or her capacity for successful undergraduate work is measured through careful consideration of secondary school and/or college records; recommendations from guidance counselors, teachers, and others; scores on standardized tests; and the personal essay.