Resources

Academic Support

The University Learning Center (ULC) offers free support in a wide range of courses. Services include one-to-one walk-in tutoring, study skills workshops, and their popular series of Study Slams. Review sessions and other workshops are announced via Twitter & Facebook and are noted on their website. Check out the University Learning Center's website.

Career Development

NYU’s Wasserman Center for Career Development offers in-person and web-based resources, workshops, and programming that can help you find your fit within the health professions.  Check out the Wasserman Center’s website.

Writing Center

The Writing Center, supported by NYU’s Expository Writing Program, offers one-on-one appointments to support students’ writing projects. From conceptualization to final draft, the Writing Center can assist with academic assignments and your personal statement for your professional programs. Check out the Writing Center.

Study Away

NYU has always encouraged its students to think of themselves as participants in and shapers of a complex and changing environment. NYU pledges to prepare students for lives in a diverse world. Qualified students in most majors can enroll in prehealth courses at NYU London, Sydney, Tel Aviv, Abu Dhabi, and Shanghai during the academic year. Students may also choose to study at other sites and should work with an advisor to plan for future completion of prehealth requirements. Check out how you can study away during your career at NYU.

Scholarships and Funding

There are a variety of ways to partially or fully fund your professional education upon enrollment or through loan forgiveness programs. Learn more about Scholarships and Funding.

Underrepresented Students

The Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) states that "Underrepresented in medicine means those racial and ethnic populations that are underrepresented in the medical profession relative to their numbers in the general population." These programs and opportunities are, however, open to students from all backgrounds. Check out opportunities for underrepresented students.