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Explore key facts and figures about NYU Stern's academics, global opportunities, social impact, professional development, and vibrant community

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Key Facts

All numbers are approximate

Undergraduate College Key Facts Number/Percentage
Founded 1900
Faculty (includes tenured, tenure-track, clinical, visiting, and adjunct faculty) 417
Program enrollment 2,831
Tuition & Fees Tuition and Fee Rates by Year
Program applications Approximately 15,000
Available spots 620
Mean SAT2 1531

Academics

Academic Key Facts   Number/Percentage
Degrees offered   
5:
– BS in Business
– BS in Business & Political Economy
– BS in Business, Technology and Entrepreneurship 
– BS in Business/MS in Accounting
– BS in Business/BFA in Film & Television
Faculty (includes tenured, tenure-track, clinical, visiting, and adjunct faculty)   417
Coursework in the liberal arts   50%
Students minoring in the liberal arts   38%
Student participants in the Stern Program for Undergraduate Research (SPUR) since 2012 (unique)   863
Faculty-led student academic research projects since 2012   527
 
International Experiences Number/Percentage
Partner schools in NYU Stern's International Business Exchange Program 17
Students studying abroad at least one semester Approximately 50%
 
Social Impact Number
Year first Social Impact course taught 1998
Year Social Impact Core started 2004
Required courses in Social Impact Core 4
Social Impact stipends awarded to students since 2006  $451,900

Students

Student Geographic Breakdown2 Number
States represented 34
Countries represented 27

 


Admissions

 

Admissions Key Facts Number/Percentage
Total applications2 Approximately 15,000
Acceptance Rate2 7%
Mean SAT2 1531

Alumni

 

NYU Stern Alumni Key Facts Number/Percentage
Total alumni 111,000+
Total undergraduate alumni 49,000+
Countries represented 139
Stern Legacy (Graduating) Class Gift participation3 59%

Professional Development

 

Professional Development Key Facts Number/Percentage
NYU Stern professional clubs and organizations 29
Hours of career coaching conducted annually by Stern PDCE Peer Mentors and staff 1,000+
Students with internships/paid work experience during junior summer1 98.7%
Placement within 6 months after graduation1 95%
Mean annual salary1 $78,747

1 Class of 2020
2 Incoming first-year class, Class of 2025
3 Class of 2019