NYU Tandon School of Engineering dates to 1854, when the NYU School of Civil Engineering and Architecture as well as the Brooklyn Collegiate and Polytechnic Institute (widely known as Brooklyn Poly) were founded.
At the School of Engineering, academics are focused on cultivating students’ research, thinking and problem-solving skills so that they can be members of such teams. Our rigorous coursework is built on the fundamentals; hands-on projects promote active learning. Freedom to experiment with new solutions and unconventional approaches allows students to enter their profession or go on to an advanced degree program with confidence and unmatched experience.
NYU Tandon School of Engineering is a place where great ideas converge to push the frontier of a technology-enabled world. It’s a place where students and professors work closely among their peers, other research institutions and industry partners to advance their fields. Their research helps us better understand our world and contributes to making our world better.
Finding a job or internship can feel overwhelming at times. The Wasserman Center is here to give you the tools to find the opportunities that are right for you.
Career coaches at the Wasserman Center provide professional, individualized career guidance and support throughout the career exploration process. We can help you identify career interests, explore professional goals, and discuss job search strategies in your specific area of interest. Assessment tools and interest inventories are also available to students who need additional guidance in identifying appropriate career options.
The Office of Student Affairs supports the School of Engineering's academic mission by enhancing students’ education through a range of programs that build intrapersonal, professional, emotional, and other essential life skills. We work in partnership with academic, support, and service departments to tailor our activities to students’ needs. Our programs address emerging issues and foster community building.
The Office of Residential Life and Housing Services is responsible for the overall administration and operation of NYU’s 22 residence halls and two graduate living communities, home to approximately 12,000 undergraduate and graduate students during the academic year and summer session. Our office works in coordination with many departments and student groups to provide and maintain comfortable, safe and secure living environments for New York University residents.
We are committed to addressing the physical and mental health needs and ensuring the safety of all members of our campus community. Our goal is to provide a comfortable and confidential environment for students, faculty, and staff to maintain their well-being through the variety of services we offer.
Many of NYU's campus buildings are located right in the heart of Manhattan's vibrant Greenwich Village neighborhood. If you live on or off campus, if you're here for the academic year or for the summer, if you're a member of the faculty or a student, check out our residence hall communities, commuter resources, NYU Summer Housing, or faculty housing. All of our students and residents find themselves having a dynamic and engaging "in and of" New York City experience.
NYU Tandon School of Engineering (Polytechnic Institute) is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education and New York State to award masters and advance certificate degrees.
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