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New York, NY 10003
President: Andrew Hamilton
Founded in 1831, New York University is the largest private university in the United States with 19 schools and colleges in Manhattan along with campuses in Abu Dhabi and Shanghai.
The center of NYU is its Washington Square campus in the heart of Greenwich Village. One of the city's most creative and energetic communities, the Village is a historic neighborhood that has attracted generations of writers, musicians, artists, and intellectuals.
NYU has 12 different graduate schools offering study in medicine, law, business, nursing, dentistry, social work, the arts and public service.
There are 53,576 students enrolled at NYU as of Fall 2021 including 29,700 undergraduates, 18,300 graduate students and 5,576 in non-credit programs.
NYU has nearly 500,000 alumni from all 50 states and 163 countries.
Tuition for the 2021-22 school year for undergraduates is $54,880. Including fees, room and board, supplies and personal expenses, an NYU student would need a budget of $80,000 for the entire school year.
Andrew Hamilton was inaugurated as NYU's 16th President in September 2016.
NYU is also one of New York City's largest employers with more than 19,000 employees which includes the School of Medicine. There are 5,050 full-time faculty at NYU overall.
The budget for fiscal 2022 at NYU was $3.7 billion, which is only for the Washington Square campus. NYU Langone Health has a budget of $11.4 billion.
NYU had an endowment of $5.8 billion as of 2021.
NYU offers excellent benefits and the amount varies depending on whether employees are faculty, professional, clerical or maintenance staff. More info about benefits can be found here.