1. owouwu

    NYU Grossman (MD-PhD) vs Mt. Sinai (MD-PhD) - thoughts?

    I am having a really hard time choosing between these two schools for their MD-PhD programs. They have comparable financial packages, which is free tuition with ~46k/year stipend for 8 years. I want to have my own laboratory upon graduation and lead initiatives in psychiatric care. (... yes...
  2. medshousing

    Renting West Harlem NYC Furnished Room in large shared 2 bed 1 bath Apartment

    MedsHousing.com Listing #2228 467 West 143rd Street, Apt2, New York, New York, United States Large two-bedroom apartment with option to rent in its entirety or to share, located in one of the most sought after, historic and safe neighborhoods in West Harlem off of Convent Ave. Unit is on the...
  3. J

    NYU’s Dental School Costs ~$600,000 Before Interest

    It costs about $600,000 before interest to attend NYU’s dental school, including all costs. It costs about $100,000 extra before interest to specialize there. That means students who specialize at NYU graduate with $700,000+ in student loans. I’m curious as to what current NYU dental students...
  4. partypat

    NYU vs MSKCC vs NYP HPM Fellowship

    I'm a third year internal medicine resident who is looking to move to NYC for my HPM fellowship. I've been very fortunate to have interviewed at the palliative medicine fellowship programs for NYU, New York Presbyterian (Columbia+Cornell Bicampus), and Memorial Sloan Kettering. I know that I'm...
  5. H

    WAMC Looking for help making a school list. URM cGPA 3.89/3.81sGPA 521 MCAT Great ECs/Research

  6. N

    Postbacc: NYU vs. UCLA extension vs. Loras College? (or more?!)

    Hi all, I've been heavily debating which postbacc program I should begin in the fall. For reference, my uGPA is 3.09 and my science GPA (general chemistry, plus 2/3 of the general bio series) is around a 2.6-2.8. I will be retaking general chemistry and biology. I only got into 1 formal program...
  7. LindaAccepted

    Medical New York University Grossman Medical School Secondary Application Essay Tips & Deadlines [2021 – 2022]

    NYU’s Medical School is consistently ranked very high by physicians and students. The program is focused on developing physicians who are innovative and prepared to be leaders for the next generation of healthcare providers. NYU med students tend to be creative and diverse as well as...
  8. medshousing

    Unfurnished NYC Upper East Side Gem 1 Bedroom in Elevatored building

    Www.MedsHousing.com Listing # 1925 Classical Living on the Upper East Side | A jewel among Upper East Side Apartments. a 7 minute walk to NYP Cornel Weil. a 10 minute walk to Lennox Hill and a quick subway ride to NYU Med/Columbia Midtown . Modern and updated 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom apartment in a...
  9. DK2

    NYU vs SIUE (IS)

    So I already paid the deposit for NYU and about to sign for an apt but SIUE just gave me an acceptance call. Here are the pros and cons from my perspective: School 1: NYU Pros: Prestige of having a DDS degree from one of the Top 5 dental schools in the nation Experience living in an urban area...
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  11. D

    NYU Brooklyn

    Does anyone know literally anything about this residency program? It’s formerly known as Lutheran. NYU says residents get the “same degree” as residents at the Manhattan location but everyone I speak to says they lab to rank the Brooklyn track much much lower than the Manhattan track. If any...
  12. S

    NYU (free) vs. University of Toronto (international student)

    NYU Pros Offered a full scholarship, including tuition, fees, and housing Solid program that has been climbing in ranking over the past couple of years Will make the transition to residency in the U.S. easier Cons I don't know anyone in New York (my closest friends/relatives will be a 12...
  13. F

    NYU 3-Year MD Prgram

    Hi guys! I'm so happy to be in the fortunate position of choosing between two amazing medical schools in NYC (NYU and Columbia) and I can't be more grateful for this amazing opportunity. While I loved both schools, one thing that's complicating my decision is the alleged competitive culture at...
  14. D

    General Admissions & OTCAS NYU Masters vs. Kean OTD

    Hi everyone! I'm choosing between the NYU OT Masters program, and the Kean OTD program and I'm having a hard time deciding which program is best. The price and student to professor ratio are unbeatable at Kean. Yet, NYU has a strong name and great alumni connections. I love the curriculum at...
  15. M

    NYU vs. WASHU pre med post bacc program

    I’m considering both WASHU and NYU’s pre med post bacc programs. WASHU seems to have a good reputation that students and med schools alike value, but I’m nervous about going to live in St. Louis because of crime rates, etc. Thus, I began looking into NYU’s program which seems to have a similarly...
  16. Biggytooth

    Reapplication Success Story

    Hi everyone, I am writing this to share my experience about applying and reapplying to dental school. I am doing this because I was a rather peculiar applicant and feel my experience may be helpful and informative to some of you sharing similar circumstances. Last year (2018), I applied to 9...
  17. monkeym8

    2020 MHA: Applied, Interviewed, Rejected, Attending

    Just because I did not see one yet :) Good luck to everyone applying this cycle! School: GPA: Cumulative and Major GRE: Major: Experience (professional or otherwise) Special Factors: Applied: Interview: Waitlist: Rejected: Accepted: Attending:
  18. quarterdollar

    4.0 GPA, Unsure ECs: NYU chances?

    Hi guys, I want to apologize first for the long post, but I think providing the details of my situation may be helpful. First things first - I just completed my first year. I am a double major in biology and physics, and have a 4.0 GPA (with mostly 2nd and some 3rd year courses like ochem or...
  19. S

    Your experience with these MPH/MHA programs

    Hello, So it is almost time to finalize and commit to a program for the fall and I wanted some insights on your experience with the following schools: UIC - MHA Rutgers (New Brunswick) - MPH Drexel - MPH NYU - MPA Cornell - MHA Out of these programs, what was your experience through the...
  20. S


    Hi All, This application cycle is finally winding down for me. I've narrowed it down to two schools, NYU and UCLA. I'm California born and raised, and eventually I would love to settle down in Northern California, near my family and significant other. UCLA seems like a great fit in terms of...
  21. Princeton Medical Student

    NYU announced a new med school in Long Island. Focus on primary care.

    NYU to Open New Medical School on Long Island | Washington Square News NYU to establish Long Island medical school at Winthrop
  22. Biggytooth

    NYU vs. Touro

    Hello, If you had to choose between NYU and Touro, what would you decide? NYU pros: Large patient pool, well established NYU cons: price (duh)-- A good $25,000 more a year. Touro pros: New clinic, a bit less expensive than NYU Touro cons: Patient pool Worth noting that Touro could increase...
  23. C

    MSW NYU or Rutgers-Newark?

    Hello everyone, I got into both NYU and Rutgers-Newark for Social Work! However, I'm still wondering which one is a good fit for me. While Rutgers is more said to be affordable and it's closer to friends and family, I'm not sure how much financial aid I'll be offered. NYU offered me a $12,000...
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  27. LindaAccepted

    Medical NYU School of Medicine Offers Free Tuition to All Med Students

    According to an NYU press release, NYU School of Medicine will become the first top-tier U.S. medical school to offer full-tuition scholarships to all current and future MD program students. These scholarships are available regardless of need or merit. More than $450 million of the estimated...
  28. Pricefield

    What are my chances of getting into a top 50 NIH Funded Medical School

    Hello all, First of all: Thank you so much for taking the time out of your day to reply to my thread. The reason why I want to get into a top 50 NIH funded school is because graduates from these schools in particular have an increase in matches into a Dermatology residency, which is the field...
  29. AZRobbins

    In the Area Notification Etiquette- How far should you be, and should you mention which school?

    Hello all, I have received an II in the NYC area for September, and I am a bit confused by the conflicting advice on the internet regarding In the Area emails/calls. I go to school about 5 hours from NYC, and the train is expensive. I know that this is nothing compared to students who have to...
  30. T

    BSN Student applying to Post Baccs

    Hi so I just graduated from nursing school and am wanting to go back to a post bacc so I can hopefully can go to med school. I will end with around a 3.5 gpa and lots of healthcare experience from nursing school. I did get two cs as a freshman in biology and chemistry but have improved my grades...
  31. sherer1

    NYU secondary: Academic Fluctuations

    Hi all, sorry if this is a stupid question, just wanted other people's opinions. NYU asks to explain any academic fluctuations if applicable. My GPA is solid and my MCAT chem/phys and bio portions are 97th percentile but my psych/soc is 65th percentile :( should I try to explain this? I was...
  32. S

    NYU vs Cornell

    I recently got off the waitlist at NYU and now I am deciding between these two relatively similar schools and wanted to see what folks' thought. I don't really have a preference financial or otherwise- they both seem great. Below are my impressions. Thoughts? NYU Pros: trending up, bellevue...
  33. S

    Sophie Davis 7 yr BS/MD vs NYU, BostonU, or Bing

    I am a concerned parent and would really appreciate some input!My daughter is deciding on the best route for pre-med, with hope of orthopedics specialty. She is leaning toward the Sophie Davis 7 yr BS/MD program, and I am nervous that she will be undermining her ability to get good orthopedics...
  34. S

    NYU or Maryland?

    Hello everyone. I'm having a hard time deciding between NYU and UMB. I'm a Maryland resident, so yes large cost difference. However, I don't like Baltimore and if it doesn't negatively affect my education or cripple me with debt in the future, the extra $ may be worth it for me to live the last...
  35. E

    OOS/International Friendly Colleges + How Many to Apply To?

    Hello all! I am considered an international student even though I have spent most of my life in the states (since 3rd grade), and finished my undergrad here. So when I apply, I have to look at OOS/international student friendly schools. Here's my working list, and I don't know how many (or...
  36. theNDhopeful44

    NYU Summer Orthopaedic Surgery Summer Program

    Hey guys, I just got accepted to be a part of the NYU ortho research/surgery program for this summer. Has anyone done this program and would be willing to share experiences, like research done and how program directors might view this experiences as opposed to just spending a summer in some...
  37. P

    [Canadian] NYU vs. Pitt (OOS)

    Hi everyone, I wanted to get your opinions and feedbacks. First of all I know previous years others have asked for similar comparisons. I need an updated one and specifically between these two schools. I'll give my own opinion based on what I have read, heard, seen in the interview, etc. I've...
  38. F

    General Admissions & OTCAS NYU & Columbia 2018

    Has anyone heard back from NYU or Columbia yet?
  39. M

    How are my chances getting into NYU

    Guys please help what’s your opinion considering an international applicant has/is Female, 21 yo 1. GPA of 3.4 (low), electrical engineering from highest ranked uni in the country 2. 526 MCAT score 3. Extra: she’s a founder of a startup tech company (an application highly known in the...
  40. LGM

    NYU vs Rutgers, Which to Pick

    I am an Army veteran trying to transit into dental school. Currently, I got an acceptance from both Rutgers and NYU. To break down my situation and integrate into each institution: Rutgers - Tuition+fee will be covered for 36 months (Post 9/11 GI Bill) - Additional $2.5k/mo for housing...