July 15, 2019

DAUS Featured in NYU's "Q" Magazine Summer Edition

By Zachary Elmassian

DAUS was recently featured in NYU’s Q magazine. Mailed domestically to NYU's inquiry pool and also featured online, Q explores many facets of the university and highlights diverse activities happening on campus.

NYU Q's article on DAUS captures the essence of the division. In effect, the Division of Applied Undergraduate Studies (DAUS) provides flexible undergraduate pathways for “post-traditional” students, defined as students who—for any number of reasons—may have delayed pursuing their associate’s degree or who started a bachelor’s degree, but never finished. To those looking for a flexible alternative to the four-year college education, DAUS is the answer. “DAUS is special because it enables transfer, part-time, adult, and other post-traditional students to pursue a degree at NYU in a way that fits their needs,” affirms Dr. Billie Gastic Rosado, Associate Dean and Clinical Associate Professor at DAUS. “At DAUS, students don’t have to choose between work, family, or other important aspects of their lives. In fact, our classes are enriched because students are so well rounded and engaged in different things.”

This article highlights the important mission and distinctive aspects of DAUS and its role in the broader university community.

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