New York Institute of Technology is again ranked among the top 25 universities in the North, improving its position to No. 21 in the regional ranking, and for the 13th consecutive year, is ranked among the top 50 universities in the North in the U.S. News & World Report 2024 Best Colleges ranking.
In addition to the university’s ongoing efforts to enhance the student experience and improve overall graduation and retention rates, New York Tech’s strong ranking position is supported by increases in its peer assessment and Pell grant graduation rate ranks.
New York Tech’s 2024 rankings include:
- #21 Best Regional Universities (North), up from #22 in the 2022-2023 ranking
- #5 Best Colleges for Veterans (Regional Universities North), up from #9 last year
- #50 Top Performer in Social Mobility (Regional Universities North), maintaining last year’s position
- #49 Best Undergraduate Engineering (National, no doctorate), maintaining last year’s position
In the Regional Universities (North) group, New York Tech also was ranked above all other private universities on Long Island and was the second most highly ranked private university in the New York metropolitan area. Among all public and private universities in the state, it was ranked tenth.
“The rankings continue to underscore our unwavering commitment to the quality of the student experience at New York Tech,” said President Hank Foley. “Providing access to education for all qualified students is a cornerstone of our mission, and a key determinant of social mobility. Our ranking in New York and the region reflects that we are operating from a position of strength as we educate the next generation of doers, makers, healers, and innovators.”