Possibly! But I’m sorry I honestly don’t know the answer to that question! I’m in Tisch so our criteria is a little different than Stern’s! My best advice would be to keep your grades up and show that you have a productive and ambitious mentality when it comes to business. Best of luck to you!
Of course not! You’ll meet loads of people during welcome week. If you’re uncomfortable reaching out across social networks you’ll be fine as long as you’re outgoing in person. It’s all what you make of it.
Because music is a passion point for the soul.
Yup! In fact we had an accepted student gathering (it was only about 5 of us) in New York a couple weeks after ED1 got accepted. Sometime during the spring you should be getting an invitation to Weekend on the Square— a huge NYU open house for all admitted students. That was a great opportunity to meet Facebook classmates in person as well.
Hey! Sorry I’m not really sure what your question was. But the most advice I can give to you is go with your heart, keep doing what you believe you’re most passionate about. Start from your hobbies, and find a way to work those aspects of fun and relaxation into your future career. Someone on this website mentioned that you have the same number of hours in your day as Beyonce has in hers. So if you put your mind to it and focus on the right things you’re bound 2 reach your goals. Best of luck to you & happy new year :)
Funny you ask me that. Haha probably the only reason why I’m class president now is because of my avid participation in those Facebook groups when I first got accepted. Honestly it was just a way for my friends and I to harbor our excitement for the city until we got here. But honestly most of the TRUE and lasting friendships you’ll make are the people on your floor, in your classes, in your major, etc. I don’t even talk to half of the people I met online last year or see them as often as I’d like to. It just gets busy and after a while the people I hang out with are only the people who its convenient to hang around. So honestly if you don’t feel like saying anything in the groups, don’t sweat it. By the end of welcome week you’ll have more numbers in your phone than you’ll need! :) Meanwhile, start applying to scholarships and building your list of things to bring to college ^_^
As of right now they’re just regular floors and anyone could have a chance at being placed on them. I know they USED to be explorations floors but I don’t know if they’re ever going to return to that arrangement.
With stern I’m not entirely sure. My guess though: they’d probably love seeing ec activities that are relevant to your future interests (such as DECA or FBLA). But if you’ve specified somewhere on your application that you are a first gen. student & you at least showed some effort going into those activities along with growth and exposure from participating in them, I’m sure you’ll be fine. Good luck! I hope you get in :)