New York University visits CHS


On Sep. 27, Priti Ravani, the Assistant Director at the Office of Undergraduate Admissions for New York University (NYU), visited CHS. Ravani grew up in the Detroit Metro Area. At the time, she believed it to be a relatively diverse place, however, attending NYU opened her eyes.

“I really love the diversity [at NYU],” Ravani said. “The diversity is unparalleled. People are coming from around the world. [When] I moved to New York, I was like ‘Oh my god. There’s nowhere more diverse than New York City in the U.S.. There’s so much diversity here.’”

NYU seems to embrace the diversity of New York City. According to the informational pamphlet given out at NYU’s visit, 30 percent of the NYU class of 2023 is made up of international students. NYU also provides opportunities for study abroad, with 11 global academic centers in Accra, Ghana\; Buenos Aires, Argentina\; Tel Aviv, Israel\; London, England\; and more. There are three campuses at NYU where you can get a degree: New York City\; Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates\; and Shanghai, China.

That’s what I really love about NYU,” Ravani said. “It’s representative of New York City.”