With an expansive network that includes three degree-granting campuses and 11 academic centers—nine of which are open to non-NYU students—in major intellectual hubs across the world, NYU offers opportunity on a global scale. Together, these locations serve numerous majors and disciplines allowing students to seamlessly complete their undergraduate degrees as they experience new environments, cultures, and peoples.
NYU is committed to building a culture that respects and embraces diversity, inclusion, and equity, believing that these values – in all their facets – are, as NYU President Andrew Hamilton said, “…not only important to cherish for their own sake, but because they are also vital for advancing knowledge, sparking innovation, and creating sustainable communities. They should be indispensable elements of an NYU education on all of our campuses. A diverse population encounters and appreciates all perspectives of an issue with a wealth of different approaches to confront it. The result is a higher quality of debate, and a more excellent and advanced academic enterprise.”