Admissions
Breaking Barriers: Undergraduate Student Diversity Panel

The Office of Admissions welcomes you to attend an undergraduate student panel, as part of our new series "Breaking Barriers" which aims to elevate the voices of underrepresented communities! During this one-hour interactive session, you will hear from current SPS students and alumni of color who will discuss their undergraduate school experience, as well as provide tips for how to submit a competitive application. We will also make sure there is plenty of time left in the session to hear from you!

This webinar will provide the following for prospective undergraduate applicants:

  • Learn how NYUSPS demonstrates its commitment to diversity and provides an inclusive learning environment for its students.
  • Key factors for a competitive application
  • What NYU SPS looks for in applicants
  • Learn about the career and networking opportunities available to NYU students

RSVP

DATE NOVEMBER 10, 2020
TIME 7PM EST
LOCATION Virtual
AUDIENCE Open to the Public
Contact nyusps.appliedug@nyu.edu
DATE NOVEMBER 10, 2020
TIME 7PM EST
LOCATION Virtual
AUDIENCE Open to the Public
Contact nyusps.appliedug@nyu.edu

The Office of Admissions welcomes you to attend an undergraduate student panel, as part of our new series "Breaking Barriers" which aims to elevate the voices of underrepresented communities! During this one-hour interactive session, you will hear from current SPS students and alumni of color who will discuss their undergraduate school experience, as well as provide tips for how to submit a competitive application. We will also make sure there is plenty of time left in the session to hear from you!

This webinar will provide the following for prospective undergraduate applicants:

  • Learn how NYUSPS demonstrates its commitment to diversity and provides an inclusive learning environment for its students.
  • Key factors for a competitive application
  • What NYU SPS looks for in applicants
  • Learn about the career and networking opportunities available to NYU students

RSVP