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Degree: Psychology
Graduation Year: 2017

New York University was the school of my dreams! NYU prides itself on being "in and of the City" and it is exceptionally true. NYU's campus allows you the opportunity to make the City your classroom and the city grid your canvas. Very quickly, the City gives you an independence you've never known. It can sometimes make you feel small- like you know no one and no one knows you. But, if you allow yourself to live by the rush and the beauty of the people, architecture, business, and art around you, you will soon forget the smallness and rather feel an immense empowerment. NYU's social atmosphere challenged me in many ways. It pushed me to become an active participant in important conversations, to care for and give action to the causes that were important to me, to reach out to others and learn in every capacity and circumstance. The academic courses were rigorous but not unreasonable, and the facult are unlike any other; they are truly experts in their fields, and an amazing source of knowledge and experience. If you are looking for a place to be expressive, to learn, to experience, and to grow- NYU is it.

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