Congratulations on your admission to the NYU Tandon School of Engineering!
When you join us, you will become a part of a 160-year legacy of inventors, innovators, and entrepreneurs. The NYU Tandon School of Engineering is more than just a school; it’s a gathering place for today’s passionate thinkers. We have a diverse network of locations, wide-ranging opportunities, forward-thinking faculty, and an active student body. Prepare for your NYU Tandon School of Engineering experience with these helpful links.
Confirm Enrollment with a Deposit
The first thing you have to do: Confirm your enrollment with a tuition deposit. Your confirmation will reserve your place in the incoming class and let us know to send you additional materials and information for enrollment and new student orientation. Please note that the tuition deposit is non-refundable.
Read the Welcome Guide
Log in to your Personalized Portal
Use the email address you provided on your application to access all the information you will need — from securing housing to a sampling of electives available in your program.
Attend Admitted Students Events
Next, look at our schedule of admitted student events. Sign up for a session near you (or online), where you’ll meet with NYU Tandon School of Engineering staff members. Receive answers to your questions on everything from life on campus to obtaining a visa.
Get social with your future classmates
Use the social media resources of the NYU Tandon School of Engineering to connect with other admitted students, get to know us, and tell your friends about your acceptance. Access our social media channels.
Admission Document Requirements
Official Transcripts and Proof of Degree
All admitted students are required to submit final official transcripts for all years of study (including your final semester/term), along with a proof of degree, graduation certificate, or diploma prior to the start of their first semester in order to attend NYU Tandon. Please note that if you do not submit all required official documentation by the deadline, you will be de-enrolled from classes and your admission may be revoked.
What are "official documents"?
Documents are considered official when they are requested directly from your university’s registrar’s office and sent to NYU Tandon admissions (see instructions below). Documents must be original, watermarked, and have an embossed seal from the institution on diplomas. Sealed photocopies of original documents, attested by the degree granting institution (autonomous college), can also be accepted. Documents will not be considered official if they are opened, copied or scanned by the student. We do not accept credential evaluations such as WES or ECE. Translations are also required for documents issued in a language other than English, in addition to original language transcripts. Translations do not have to be submitted in a sealed envelope. For additional information on specific cases and how to submit your documents, please see below:
- United States
Documentation must be requested from your university’s registrar’s office and should include all semesters of study with grades, and include a date that indicates when your degree was awarded/conferred. You do not need to provide a physical diploma from a U.S. institution if your final semester of transcripts indicates a degree was awarded or conferred. Transcripts can be submitted electronically via the transcript service Parchment.
CHESICC verification reports are accepted, but not required. If using CHESICC, documentation must indicate a degree was awarded in order for it to be accepted in lieu of the original Certificate of Bachelor’s degree. Submit original language transcripts from all years of study, the Certificate of Bachelor’s degree, the Certificate of Graduation, and full English translations.
Individual mark-sheets or consolidated mark-sheets can be submitted. However, please note, copies originally submitted for review purposes will be compared to the official transcripts for accuracy, therefore official documentation should include all course names with grades for all years of study.
Provisional degrees from the autonomous college are accepted in lieu of a final certificate if you have graduated within one year of the term you are admitted into. Please note, provisional degrees are only accepted temporarily, the final graduation certificate will still be required once it is available.
In almost all cases, a passing certificate is NOT accepted in lieu of a degree certificate or a provisional certificate. However, there are two exceptions: for the Savitribai Phule Pune University, we will accept the Passing Certificate as the provisional degree and we will accept the Provisional Passing Certificate from Veermata Jijabai Technological Institute. Please keep in mind, this still does not replace the final graduation/degree certificate.
- How to submit official documents
Transcripts and/or Proof of Degree will be considered official ONLY if received directly from your undergraduate institution (electronically or via mail). A document is not considered official if submitted, uploaded, scanned, emailed or opened by the student.
You can have your official documentation sent:
- electronically to email@example.com
- mailed to:
NYU Tandon Graduate Admissions Processing Center
458 Pike Road
Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006
Please be sure to submit any outstanding official documentation to finalize your admission. These holds will block registration for the upcoming term until the requirements are satisfied.
College Graduation Documentation Needed (RMC hold): The registrar office is missing your official proof of degree (such as a degree certificate or final transcript) verifying your earned degree. The registrar office can remove this hold once the proof of degree is received and processed by Graduate Admissions.
Resources for Admitted Students
- Graduate Academic Advisers
- Graduate Student Employment
- International Admitted Students
- Off-Campus Living
- Zoom Backgrounds
Deferring an Offer of Admission
Deferral requests of any kind will not be accepted or permitted. If you are unable to attend, you can reapply for a future term but please keep in mind that admission is not guaranteed. Certain documents may be moved from the previous application at the candidate’s request.
New Graduate Student Orientation is a chance to register for classes, learn more about graduate student life, meet new people, and experience New York City. Orientation attendance is mandatory for new students.
Find out how to prepare for your arrival.