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The world and the workforce are changing rapidly. While we face many challenges, NYU SPS is focused on the future and the opportunities that lie ahead. So are our students! Their innovative spirit and resilience are an inspiration to us all.

Your support helps to ensure that our mission of providing access and opportunity to a stellar NYU education for students from every walk of life and every corner of the globe, remains relevant and viable. Give Today!

Ways to Give

Access and Opportunity

Access & Opportunity

At SPS, our goal is to ensure our students have access to an affordable NYU education. Your generous support can have a tremendous impact on their ability to pursue their dreams.
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Future of Work

Future of Work

At the forefront of industry and innovation, SPS is deeply invested in the Future of Work. Our programs and initiatives prepare students for opportunities now and in the years to come.
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Career Development

Career Development

SPS career development takes many forms including internships, networking events, hackathons, applied learning, and upskilling options—all providing a wealth of invaluable experience.
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Inspirational Outcomes...

Oyindamola Shoola

Born and raised in Ibadan, Nigeria, Oyindamola Shoola '20 is fascinated with the written word—its artistic use, as well as its ability to expose social injustices. A gifted writer, blogger, and feminist, she transferred to the NYU SPS Division of Applied Undergraduate Studies (DAUS) after earning an associate degree, to pursue a bachelor’s degree that would hone her skills as a writer and communicator. Through her contributions to “Dovetail,” the Division’s literary magazine; a deep immersion in the social sciences, which offered the insights and proficiencies hiring managers seek; and an internship at Elsevier, she gained the experience to unlock a wealth of new personal and professional opportunities. Financial aid and scholarships afforded the assistance to complete her degree with little monetary burden. Today, she is co-founder and fellowship coordinator for SprinG, a literary movement that aims to promote, revitalize, and improve Nigerian writers and literature.

Surina Jain

Surina Jain has always loved to write and has a deep passion for the editorial aspects of book publishing. When she enrolled in the MS in Publishing: Digital and Print Media, she had already earned a graduate degree in English language and literature, and had held a number of editorial jobs in India. She was on her way to a dream career, but knew she needed additional insights and connections in the publishing industry to ensure her success. A standout student, she received the Bantam Publishing Studies Fellowship and the Cornerstone Campaign Scholarship. It was an NYU SPS Wasserman Center Internship Grant, however, that allowed her to pursue an unpaid internship at the Tessler Literary Agency—a full-service boutique agency that represents best-selling and emerging authors. The experience has provided her with knowledge of the entire publishing process and the network to excel.


Questions about ways in which you can support NYU SPS and its students? Please don’t hesitate to reach out to Michael Foote at