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New York University

New York University is a private D3 university located in New York, New York. The tuition to attend is $44,848 and is the same for both in state and out of state students The average net cost to attend New York University is $37,971 and 32% of students get in. There are roughly 22,172 students that attend New York University.

More information on New York University can be found by going to their academics page or their admissions page.

You can contact the Men's Wrestling Head Coach Bruce Haberli at 998-2050 bh7@nyu.edu or by filling out the recruitment questionnaire.


New York University (NYU) is a private research university based in New York City. Founded in 1831 by Albert Gallatin as an institution to "admit based upon merit rather than birthright or social class", NYU's historical campus is in Greenwich Village. As of fall 2019, the university has a total of 51,848 enrolled students, including 26,733 undergraduate students and 25,115 graduate students. NYU is classified among "R1: Doctoral Universities – Very high research activity". NYU is the largest private university in the United States by enrollment. The university also has two degree-granting campuses overseas (NYU Abu Dhabi and NYU Shanghai), and has academic centers in Accra, Berlin, Buenos Aires, Florence, London, Los Angeles, Madrid, Paris, Prague, Sydney, Tel Aviv, and Washington, D.C. NYU is organized into 25 schools, including 10 undergraduate schools and numerous graduate schools. The university has numerous research efforts, including founding the American Chemical Society and holding research partnerships with the Inception Institute of Artificial Intelligence and with major technology firms such as Twitter and IBM. The university has also since launched various internal research centers in the fields of artificial intelligence, history, culture, medicine, mathematics, philosophy, and economics. NYU is one of the top feeder schools for careers in finance and investment banking on Wall Street, accounting for 3.9% of hires in major financial institutions. Admissions is considered highly selective.As of October 2020, 38 Nobel Laureates, 8 Turing Award winners, 5 Fields Medalists, 31 MacArthur Fellows, 26 Pulitzer Prize winners, one U.S. Supreme Court justice, five U.S. governors, 37 Academy Award winners, 30 Emmy Award winners, 25 Tony Award winners, 12 Grammy Award winners, 17 billionaires, and seven Olympic medallists have been faculty or alumni. The university has produced six Rhodes Scholars, three Marshall Scholars, and one Mitchell Scholar.