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Posted by  Mike Ryan on May 23, 2003 at 18:26:54:

In Reply to:  NYIT posted by patty nolan on May 23, 2003 at 10:07:33:

I have just graduated from NYIT (Manhattan Campus) and can tell you that MAYA has given you mostly accurate information. I can't compare the school to any other institution, except for the other campuses of NYIT but there is a tremendous difference in the quality of work from campus to campus. Maya hits it right on the head attributing it to the professors. They have some of the best. (some horrible ones too but consulting with the dean who is very good and happy to guide students can help you avoid them) You should know though that NYIT has its faults like Iím sure does every other school. Bottom line is though, the Manhattan campus has all the resources and if youíre a serious student you can do tremendous work there: but you have to be of the mind to make the best of them.
As for the weeding out process, it's true. The first couple of years are tough and after you go through the process, it starts to become clear why they do this. Your work benifits by working with others who are serious. They become your best critics.
Go visit the school
Ask to meet with the dean,Prof Diamond, tell him your concerns, ask him questions. He won't sugar coat things but I guarantee he'll help you out for sure.
Prof Taylor,Nolan,Di Domenico,Rochon and O'Keefe are all worth stopping in to see while your there
Good Luck!

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