New York University

New York University Transfers: 2020 Requirements, Dates, GPAs & More

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This is the complete guide for transferring to New York University. We suggest you read until the end - you can also use the below calculator to estimate your likelihood of being able to transfer to New York University.

What are your chances at New York University?

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    This free college chances tool calculates your acceptance chances at New York University or any other U.S. college

    Please note all chances are estimates based on test score and GPA averages.

    *or select a school above for a specific calculation

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    I get it - transferring colleges can be confusing, time-consuming and overwhelming. You are not alone. In fact, more than 700,000 students transfer colleges every year.

    At New York University, 3.19% of the entire student body are transfer students, so you won’t be alone.

    To read about regular admission requirements for New York University, click here

    What are the transfer requirements for New York University?

    New York University requires a number of completed documents for consideration. The table below summarizes the most important pieces of information:

    Admission Item Required?
    High School Transcript Required of All
    College Transcript Required of All
    Essay or Personal Statement Required of All
    Interview Not Required
    Standardized Test Scores Required of Some
    Statement of Good Standing from Prior Institution Required of All

    In addition to the above requirements, New York University also requires a minimum number of credits completed to apply to be a transfer student.

    New York University requires a minimum of 16 credits.

    What are New York University’s Transfer Deadlines?

    Many universities accept transfer applications during each semester. For this reason, we break down New York University transfer deadline by fall, winter, spring and summer.

    Closing Date Reported Deadline
    Fall Transfer Deadline April 1
    Winter Transfer Deadline
    Spring Transfer Deadline November 1
    Summer Transfer Deadline April 1

    Waiting until the last minute to finalize your application could result in a silly mistake.

    We recommend you complete your application at least 1 week before the required deadline.

    In fact, take a full 2 day break from looking at anything related to your application and then come back to look for errors. I bet you’ll find a few 😉

    When are decision dates for New York University transfer applicants?

    If you applied to transfer to New York University on or before the reported deadlines then you should have your decision date by the notification dates in the below table.

    Deadline Notification Dates
    Fall Transfer Deadline May 15
    Winter Transfer Deadline
    Spring Transfer Deadline December 15
    Summer Transfer Deadline May 15

    Note this data is current as of 2019 and to the best of our knowledge this hasn’t changed.

    What is New York University’s transfer acceptance rate?

    In 2019, New York University received 8138 transfer applicants.

    The school accepted 2004 students. Therefore, the transfer acceptance rate for New York University is 24.63%.

    This indicates how hard it is to transfer into New York University. You can use the free calculator below to predict your chances of getting accepted.

    What are your chances at New York University?

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    This free college chances tool calculates your acceptance chances at New York University or any other U.S. college

    Please note all chances are estimates based on test score and GPA averages.

    *or select a school above for a specific calculation

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    Additionally, of the 2004 accepted transfer students, 922 students enrolled - that means the yield was 46.01%.

    New York University accepts 25 out of every 100 transfer applicants.

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    What are the New York University transfer GPA requirements?

    New York University requires a minimum college GPA of 2.5 - this is on a 4.33 point scale.

    In addition, New York University requires a minimum high school GPA of 2.5.

    Additional Transfer Info. for New York University

    New York University has noted the additional policies: Steinhardt Sch of Culture, Education, and Human Development offers articulation agreement with metropolitan New York City area community colleges..

    Will you enjoy transferring to New York University?

    There are a lot of reasons to transfer to New York University. Maybe your plan has always been to attend community college, and then move to a four year college to save money while completing your degree.

    Maybe you had a bad experience at your first school - don’t worry this is more common than you think.

    Or perhaps you’re drawn to New York...

    Regardless of your reason for transferring, you’re already enrolled at another college or university so you know that the most important element in your college experience is the people and community

    Finding success at New York University is dependent on feeling comfortable - will you be able to find a place to find home and grow?

    These are the questions that numbers and data cannot answer, but CampusReel can.

    If you’re considering transferring to New York University then I highly recommend that you watch the school’s videos on CampusReel. These are real students with real stories.

    Final Verdict: How to transfer into New York University

    Let’s wrap up everything we’ve learned. If you still have questions about transferring, check out the New York University website for more info.
    New York University accepts 24.63% transfer applicants, which is competitive.

    To have a shot at transferring into New York University, you should have a current GPA of at least 3.62 - ideally you’re GPA will be around 3.76. In addition, you will need to submit standardized test scores.

    The below tables show the SAT and ACT breakdown of New York University students.

    25th Percentile 75th Percentile Average
    SAT Math 630 760 695
    SAT Reading 620 720 670
    2018 Total SAT Score 1250 1480 1365
    25th Percentile 75th Percentile Average
    ACT Math 0 0 0
    ACT Reading 0 0 0
    2018 Total ACT Score 0 0 0

    New York University’s average SAT score is 1365. To be a competitive applicant for New York University your SAT score should come close to the average - for the ACT you should be aiming for the equivalent.

    What are your chances at New York University?

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    This free college chances tool calculates your acceptance chances at New York University or any other U.S. college

    Please note all chances are estimates based on test score and GPA averages.

    *or select a school above for a specific calculation

    Need chances at another college?

    If you’re considering transferring to New York University, you may also want to consider the schools:

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