Faculty Stats: On This Page You'll Find the Answers to the Following Questions
- What's the student to faculty ratio?
- How many faculty actually teach classes?
- How much does this college rely on adjuncts?
Plenty of Tweed at the Campus Bookstore. Faculty-to-Student Ratio is Crazy High.
Student to faculty ratio is a common metric used to gauge the amount of teaching resources a school provides for its students. With 10 students for every one instructional faculty member, New York University ranks among the best colleges when compared to the national average of 15.
How Many of The People Who Work at This School Actually Teach Classes?
The following table shows all the employees the school considers instructional, and therefore, part of the above student-to-faculty ratio. These include both those employees designated as either "primarily instructional" or as "instructional combined with research/public service". It does not include employees that have been designated by New York University as primarily performing research or public service.
|Total||Full Time||Part Time||Percent Full Time|
|Total of Instructional Employees||6,670||2,579||4,091||38.7%|
|Total of Those With Faculty Status||6,670||2,579||4,091||38.7%|
|Non-Tenured Faculty, on Tenure Track||296||295||1||99.7%|
|Not on Tenure Track / No Tenure System||5,244||1,158||4,086||22.1%|
|Without Faculty Status||-||-||-||-|
Maybe You Could Work Here After Graduation; They Certainly Need More Full-Time Faculty.
39.0% of the teaching staff are full time at New York University, which places this college below average in its use of full-time teachers, when compared against a nationwide average.