Info Sessions

Students in the Meyers Simulation Lab

Prospective students are invited to attend either in-person information sessions or our virtual chats to learn more about our degree programs, requirements for admission and scholarship opportunities. 

Virtual Information Sessions

All prospective students are invited to attend our online information session to learn more about the undergraduate programs offered at NYU Rory Meyers College of Nursing. We will discuss the four programs in which you can earn your baccalaureate degree, the application process, requirements for admission and scholarship opportunities.  Admissions counselors, current nursing students will answer questions about the program, the profession, and their experiences in NYU.

Please be on the lookout for upcoming sessions!

BS On-Campus Information Sessions

The following sessions are for prospective first-year, college transfers, and college graduates interested in the 15-Month Accelerated BS Program, and Registered Nurses who do not already hold a Bachelor's degree in Nursing.

Please note that WE DO NOT host a tour of NYU Meyers (433 First Avenue) during our on-campus information sessions.

Prospective first-year students may arrange a tour of the Washington Square Campus and general undergraduate information session through the Undergraduate Admissions Office website


Thursday, July 11 4:30 - 6:00 PM

433 First Avenue, Room LL1-10

New York, NY 10010

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Tuesday, July 30 4:30 - 6:00 PM

433 First Avenue, Room LL1-10

New York, NY 10010

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Wednesday, August 14 5:00 - 6:30 PM

433 First Avenue, Room 110

New York, NY 10010

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MS and Advanced Certificate Information Sessions

Open to students who already have an RN license and a bachelor's degree.

Summer and fall sessions will be posted soon.

Doctoral Program Information Sessions

Open to students who already have an RN license and a bachelor's degree. Applicants to our Advanced Standing DNP and PhD programs must also have a master's degree.

Summer and fall sessions will be posted soon.