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New York University in New York, New York - NY - Learning Disability Student Information

New York University
22 Washington Square North
New York, NY  10012-1091
Phone: (212) 998-1212
President: John E. Sexton
Founded in: 1831
Campus Size:   acres
Student Faculty Ratio: 11 to 1
Entrance Difficulty: Most difficult
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Learning Disabled Student Information for New York University:

Financial Aid Phone: (212) 998-4444
 Admissions Phone  : (212) 998-4500

Learning Disabled Student Application Requirements:

 SAT I is required; Diagnostic tests are required; A personal interview is required; An essay is required and it may be typed; Untimed tests are accepted; GED certification is accepted;

Application Requirements same as for other Students:  
SAT I Required: is required
ACT I Required:  
GED Certification:  is accepted
Un timed Tests are:  accepted
Diagnostic Tests:  are required
Personal Interview:  is required
Essay: is required and it may be typed
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Learning Disabled Student Services at New York University:

  Diagnostic Testing Services; Note-taking Services; Oral Tests; Readers; Tutors; Talking Books; Reading Machines; Tape Recorders; Video-taped Classes; Untimed Tests; Learning Center; Learning Disabled students are tutored individually. Credit is not given for remedial courses taken.

Campus Handicap Access: 95% of campus is accessible to physically disabled students.
Program Term for Learning Disabled Students:  full
Lighter Course Load given for Learning Disabled Students: YES
Additional Time given to complete Degree : YES
Extra Cost for Learning Disabled Students: NO
Number of Full Time Staff : 2
Number of Part Time Staff: 4

Office for Learning Disabled Student Services at New York University:

Contact Name & Title: Jack Gentul, Director, Moses Center for Students With Disabilities
Contact Phone: 212 998-4975