- 4 Year
- OLD WESTBURY, NY
New York Institute of Technology
- grade B minusOverall Grade
- 4 Year
- OLD WESTBURY, NY
- Rating 3.42 out of 5 643 reviews
- Academicsgrade B minus
- Valuegrade A minus
- Diversitygrade A+
- Campusgrade D+
- Athleticsgrade B minus
- Party Scenegrade C minus
- Professorsgrade C+
- Locationgrade B minus
- Dormsgrade D minus
- Campus Foodgrade B
- Student Lifegrade D+
- Safetygrade A
New York Tech is dynamic, highly ranked, and accredited not-for-profit university, we're committed to educating the next generation of leaders, inspiring innovation, and advancing entrepreneurship. Our 90+ tech-focused degree programs prepare students for jobs of the future, give them an edge in the marketplace, and help them grow as people, citizens, and professionals. Our nearly 8,000 students representing 76 countries and 40 states become engaged, technologically savvy physicians, architects, scientists, engineers, business leaders, digital artists, healthcare professionals, and more.
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Most Popular Majors
- Information Science88 Graduates
- Architecture84 Graduates
- Electrical Engineering78 Graduates
- Biology71 Graduates
- Finance68 Graduates
- Mechanical Engineering50 Graduates
- Nursing43 Graduates
- Information Technology39 Graduates
- Communications25 Graduates
- Business22 Graduates
- Mix of Online and on Campus32%
- On Campus67%
- Anti social11%
- Full of competitive students54%
- Potential Students21%
- Not worth the money.17%
New York Institute of Technology Reviews
The faculty doesn't care about anything. Most of my professors are either really old, or have really thick accents which makes it impossible to understand what they're saying.
For the zoom classes, the school has a policy of keeping cameras off, so there's no social interaction in classes. The professors teach dully, and most people don't pay attention.
There was nothing to do here, as there were very few clubs and they did not meet up often.
The school is full of international students, and as a result it's hard to fit in if you're not a international student yourself. But on the other hand, you could perhaps learn something about their backgrounds by interacting with them.
Plus the fees for NYIT are 9K, which the college cannot justify. Hunter College's tuition fees are 4K, so if you want to go to a affordable college in the city, go there.