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25 40 miles kilometers to New York City

3 student-faculty ratio

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39 average class size accreditations total accreditations the 2008, 2012, and 2016 election cycles, and is the only university to ever host three consecutive presidential debates.

LIVE IN THE BEST OF BOTH WORLDS

FIND YOUR PROGRAM OF STUDY

Accounting

Africana Studies

Anthropology:

Anthropology

Anthropology - Archaeology

Art: Art

Fine Arts

Fine Arts - Design

Art History

Asian Studies

Audio/Radio Production and Studies

Biochemistr y

Biology: Biology

Biology - Cell and Molecular Biology

Biology - Ecology and Evolution

Biology - Marine Biology

Biology - Pre-Medical/Pre-Dental/ Pre-Veterinary

Biology - Pre-Allied Medical Professions

Business Analytics

Chemistr y Chinese

Classics:

Classics - Classical Civilizations

Classics - Classical Languages and Literatures

Community Health:

Community Health

Community Health - Nutrition Science

Comparative Literature and Languages

Computer Science

Computer Science and Cybersecurity

Computer Science and Mathematics

Criminology

Dance

Drama

Early Childhood and Childhood Education

(with a dual major in a liberal arts discipline)

Economics:

Economics

Economics - Business (within Hofstra College of Liberal Arts and Sciences)

Economics - Mathematical Business Economics

Economics - Mathematical Economics

Engineering - Bioengineering:

Engineering - Bioengineering - Bioelectricity

Engineering - Bioengineering - Biomechanics

Engineering - Bioengineering - Premedicine

Engineering - Civil Engineering

Engineering - Computer Engineering:

Engineering - Computer Engineering

Engineering - Computer EngineeringArtificial Intelligence

Engineering - Electrical Engineering:

Engineering - Electrical Engineering

Engineering - Electrical EngineeringComputer Engineering

Engineering - Industrial Engineering

Engineering - Mechanical Engineering:

Engineering - Mechanical Engineering

Engineering - Mechanical EngineeringAerospace

Engineering Science:

Engineering Science - Biomedical

Engineering Science - Chemistry

Engineering Science - Environmental

Engineering Science - Physics

Engineering Science - Production and Manufacturing

English:

English - Children’s and Young Adult Literature

English - Creative Writing and Literature

English - Literatures in English

English - Publishing Studies and Literature

Entrepreneurship

Environmental Resources

Exercise Physiology:

Exercise Physiology - Exercise Science and Allied Health

Exercise Physiology - Pre-Medical Studies

Exercise Physiology - Strength and Conditioning

Film Studies and Production

Filmmaking

Finance

Forensic Science

French and Francophone Studies

Geographic Information Systems

Geography: Geography

Geography - Geographic Information Systems

Geology

German

Global Studies

Health Science

Histor y

Information Systems

International Business

Italian

Japanese

Jewish Studies

Journalism: Journalism

Journalism - Broadcast

Journalism - Sports Media

Labor Studies

Latin American and Caribbean Studies

Legal Education Accelerated Program (LEAP):

BA/JD

Linguistic s

Management

Marketing:

Marketing

Marketing - Digital Marketing

Mass Media Studies:

Mass Media Studies - Media and Culture

Mass Media Studies - Media, Law and Policy

Mass Media Studies - Urban and Suburban Communication

Mathematical Finance

Mathematics:

Mathematics

Mathematics - Actuarial Science

Mathematics - Applied Mathematics

Mathematics - Chemistry

Mathematics - Computer Science

Mathematics - Engineering

Mathematics - Physics

Music:

Music

Music - History/Literature

Music - Jazz and Commercial Music

Music - Music Business

Music - Performance

Music - Theory/Composition

Music Business:

Music Business - Business Concentration I Music Business - Business Concentration II

Neuroscience

Philosophy

Physical Education

Physician Assistant (PA) Studies Program: BS/MS

Physic s:

Applied Physics - Biochemistry

Applied Physics - Computer Science

Applied Physics - Engineering

Physics

Political Science:

Political Science

Political Science - International Relations

Pre-Health - Pre-Medical Studies with a Concentration in Humanities or Social Sciences

Pre-Medical Studies

Psychology

Public Policy and Public Service

Public Relations and Strategic Communication: Public Relations and Strategic Communication

Public Relations and Strategic CommunicationEntertainment Public Relations

Public Relations and Strategic CommunicationSports Public Relations

Religion and Contemporary Issues: Religion and Contemporary IssuesIssues in Health

Religion and Contemporary IssuesIssues in Law, Ethics, and Politics

Religion and Contemporary IssuesIssues in Media and Pop Culture

Rhetoric and Public Advocacy:

Rhetoric and Public Advocacy - Health

Communication

Rhetoric and Public Advocacy - Political

Communication

Russian and Post-Soviet Studies

Secondary Education:

Dance Education

Fine Arts Education

Music Education

Secondary Education

(with dual major in another discipline):

English Education

Mathematics Education

Science Education - Chemistry

Science Education - Earth Science

Science Education - Physics

Social Studies

Education

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World Language Education - French and Francophone Studies

World Language Education - German

World Language Education - Italian

World Language Education - Russian Sociology

Spanish

Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences:

BA/Speech-Language Pathology: MA

Sports Management

Sports Media

STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics)

Supply Chain Management

Sustainability Studies

Television

Television and Business

Television and Film

Television Production and Studies

Theater Arts

Urban Ecology

Women’s Studies

Writing for the Screen

Writing Studies

PRE-ADVISING OPTIONS

Pre-Professional Programs:

Pre-Chiropractic

Pre-Dental

Pre-Law

Pre-Medical

Pre-Optometry

Pre-Osteopathy

Pre-Physical Therapy

Pre-Physician Assistant

Pre-Podiatry

Pre-Veterinary

92%

of Hofstra University undergraduate degree recipients are employed or attending or planning to attend graduate school within a year of graduation.*

STUART AND NANCY RABINOWITZ HONORS COLLEGE

Entrance to the Stuart and Nancy Rabinowitz Honors College is by invitation only and occurs after a student’s acceptance to the University.

DUAL-DEGREE PROGRAMS

A dual-degree program may allow the student to earn both an undergraduate and graduate degree in less time than if each degree were pursued separately. Hofstra University offers more than 100 dual-degree programs, many of them in the Zarb School of Business. These programs take more than four years to complete. Visit hofstra.edu/dualdegree for more information.

For an up-to-date list of program options, visit hofstra.edu/majors

8%

2+

Ranked in the TOP 8% of colleges and universities nationwide for mid-career salary according to the 2023 PayScale College Salary Report.

On average, our students who participate have 2+ internships during their time at Hofstra.

*Results are based on data collected up to 1-year post graduation from the Alumni Outcomes survey, LinkedIn, National Student Clearinghouse, and Hofstra enrollment.

Hofstra students have access to a multitude of internship opportunities in New York City and on Long Island:

YOU WILL BE SUPPORTED. YOU WILL BE MENTORED. YOU WILL BE PREPARED FOR SUCCESS. ABC Atlantic Records CNBC ESPN Facebook GEI Consultants Google IBM JPMorgan Chase & Co. KPMG, LLP Magellan Aerospace Morgan Stanley Mount Sinai Health System NBC New York Jets, LLC Northwell Health NYC Department of Education SiriusXM Sony United Nations The Walt Disney Company Warner Music Group
hofstra.edu/outcomes
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International students may apply to Hofstra using the Hofstra application or the Common Application, both available at hofstra.edu/apply. Please note that we are a test-optional university. Accepted students will be considered automatically for meritbased scholarships if eligible. International applicants must submit the following:

• Completed application

• Nonrefundable application fee

• Secondary school transcript: Your complete 9th-, 10th-, and 11th-grade transcripts and official translations in English, or any national exams or government certificates earned (e.g., CBSE, CSEC/CAPE, IGCSE/GCSE/O or AS/A level reports, and WASSCE)

• Demonstrated English proficiency (Acceptable exams include SAT, ACT, TOEFL, IELTS, Duolingo, or documentation that your curriculum was taught in English.)

• One letter of recommendation

We advise you to submit the following financial documents to expedite the application process:

• Financial bank statement • Copy of passport identification page

• I-20 Application Form • Affidavit of Support Form

For country-specific credentials/transcripts, accepted standardized tests/English proficiency requirements, and acceptable financial documents, please visit hofstra.edu/internationalapply. All documents can be uploaded to the Hofstra portal at my.hofstra.edu or submitted via email to applicationupdate@hofstra.edu as PDF attachments. If you submit the documents via email, be sure to include your full name and Hofstra ID number in the subject line. For questions and information about our forms and requirements, contact us at internationaladmission@hofstra.edu

INTO HOFSTRA UNIVERSITY PATHWAY PROGRAMS: For students who do not meet the stated English proficiency requirements for direct entry into the University, the INTO Hofstra University pathway programs provide students with additional English and academic support to ensure their successful transition into their degree programs. The pathway programs allow students to earn credits toward their degree while also improving their English and academic skills. If you are a good fit for our pathway programs, you will be notified with your admission decision. For information on your student visa, please visit hofstra.edu/prearrival

HOFSTRA UNIVERSITY SCHOLARSHIPS FOR FIRST-YEAR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

For all scholarship opportunities, candidates are selected based on a holistic review of the information supplied on their admission application. For our fall 2024 award criteria and additional scholarship opportunities, please contact us via email at internationaladmission@hofstra.edu.

• Presidential Scholarship: $28,000-$29,000 per year (typically offered to over 25% of admitted students)

• Provost Scholarship: $26,000-$28,000 per year (typically offered to over 35% of admitted students)

• Dean’s Scholarship: $11,000-$25,000 per year (typically offered to over 20% of admitted students)

• Grant Programs: Up to $5,000 per year

ANNUAL COSTS (2023-2024 rates)

Estimated 2024-2025 rates will be available April 1, 2024. Rates typically increase an average of 4.5%.

• Tuition and Fees: U.S. $55,450

• Room and Board: Suite-style living: U.S. $14,700 High-rise living (double room): U.S. $12,160

• Health and Accident Insurance: U.S. $2,214

• Dining Dollars: U.S. $5,320 (level 5 plan; visit hofstra.edu/dining for all available dining dollars contracts)

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(nonbinding)

fall 2023 applicants’ scores reflected the

Hofstra currently enrolls undergraduate students from 77 countries.

Please note that Hofstra awards credit for A-level and AP courses, Abitur, and the IB Diploma. Advanced standing and collegiate-level credits may be awarded based on students’ scores on these exams and certain upper-secondary school certificates. Students should send score reports to the Office of Admission for evaluation. An official evaluation of a student’s secondary school record is often helpful in this process and can be provided by organizations such as World Education Services (WES, wes.org).

Fall Semester (September) Application Deadline Notification Date Enrollment Deposit Due Housing Application Due
December 15 May 1 May 1
May 1 Rolling
1 Within 2 to 3 weeks of receipt May 1 May 1 Spring
1 Within 2 to 3 weeks of receipt January 15 January 15
Early
1
November 15 Approx.
Early
2 (nonbinding) December 15 Approx. January 15 May 1
Admission August
Semester (January) December
following: Minimum TOEFL iBT® score 80 (internet-based) Minimum IELTS score 6.5 Average SAT score 1320 (evidence-based reading and writing + math) Average ACT composite score 30 Average grade point average 3.7 (on a 4.0 scale)
Our

YOU CAN CHANGE THE WORLD.

Questions about Hofstra University?

Office of International Undergraduate Admission

100 Hofstra University, Hempstead, NY 11549-1000 USA

Email: internationaladmission@hofstra.edu

Phone: +1-516-463-6700 | Fax: +1-516-463-5100

hofstra.edu/internationalfaq

Take a virtual tour at hofstra.edu/virtualtour or arrange a campus visit at hofstra.edu/visit. Visit hofstra.edu/internationalwebinar to sign up for our webinars.

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Nondiscrimination Policy: Hofstra University is committed to extending equal opportunity to all qualified individuals without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, national or ethnic origin, physical or mental disability, marital or veteran status (characteristics collectively referred to as “Protected Characteristic”) in employment and in the conduct and operation of Hofstra University’s educational programs and activities, including admissions, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs. This statement of nondiscrimination is in compliance with Title VI and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act, the Age Discrimination Act, and other applicable federal, state, and local laws and regulations relating to nondiscrimination (“Equal Opportunity Laws”). The Equal Rights and Opportunity Officer is the University’s official responsible for coordinating its overall adherence to Equal Opportunity Laws. Questions or concerns regarding any of these laws, other aspects of Hofstra’s Nondiscrimination Policy, or regarding Title IX as it relates to reports against employees or other nonstudents, should be directed to the Equal Rights and Opportunity Officer, who also serves as the Title IX Coordinator for Employee Matters, at HumanResources@hofstra.edu, 516-463-6859, 205 Hofstra University, Hempstead, NY 11549. Student-related questions or concerns regarding Title IX should be directed to the Title IX Coordinator for Student Issues at StudentTitleIX@hofstra.edu, 516463-5841, 127 Wellness & Campus Living Center, Hempstead, NY 11549. For additional contacts and related policies and resources, see hofstra.edu/eoe

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