With a student population representing 75 countries, Hofstra University is committed to providing the resources that all students need to become integral parts of the Hofstra community.
Since its founding in 1935, Hofstra has evolved into an internationally renowned university that continues to achieve recognition as an institution of academic excellence.
Hofstra prides itself on its small class sizes, emphasizing both the creation and dissemination of knowledge. Hofstra’s proximity to New York City offers a wide range of academic, cultural, and career opportunities and state-of-the-art campus facilities, and strong community connections help students develop into confident and competent graduates.
Hofstra University offers students the opportunity to pursue master’s and doctoral degrees, advanced certificates, and professional diplomas. Hofstra welcomes students to a select and collaborative community of scholars, faculty, and professionals who value both theory and practice.
The graduate programs promote and facilitate the pursuit of lifelong education in traditional and nontraditional arenas. Hofstra’s graduate programs also help students further their careers in fast-growing fields by constantly adapting curricula to meet current needs.
Hofstra University is ranked #162 in National Universities, #33 in Best Undergraduate Engineering Programs and #92 in Best Value Schools.