Final Reminders

Thank you for following our blog! We hope this has been a helpful guide to acclimating to life at NYU. Now that we are moving into October, we will no longer be updating this blog (but it will be available as a static reference). For updates on important dates, deadlines, and upcoming events, be sure to check your NYU email for our biweekly newsletter and join the Fall in NY Facebook group.

Some final reminders:

The deadline to designate a class as pass/fail is Friday, October 7th.
Applications for January Term will be available on Monday, October 3rd
Applications for Spring in NY will be available on Tuesday, November 1st 

Remember that important dates and deadline can be found on the Academic Calendar.

As always, if you have any questions, feel free to contact us.

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Finding Your Classes

To find the location of your classes, the first thing to do is to log into your NYUHome account, and pull up your class schedule via the Student Services Center in Albert. Your schedule will tell you where your classes are being held. Look up the building code to find out which building your class is in. Then, find your building on the NYU campus map. You can use the interactive map or download a PDF map with a key. Students taking classes at the Tandon School of Engineering can find directions to our Brooklyn campus online here.

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You can also access a campus map (and more!) by downloading the NYU Mobile App.

Fall in NY Events!

We’ve been busy promoting Welcome Week events…but did you know that Fall in NY students have additional events available to them– for free? Some of the semster highlights include dinners, Broadway shows, sporting events, museums, and more! Below, check out what we at University Programs have planned for you for the first month of the fall semester:

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  • Mon, Aug 29: Fall in NY Check In, 6pm-7pm
    Fall Dinner by Patsy’s,  7pm-8:30 pm
  • Tue, Aug 30:   Fall in NY Check In, 11am – 12pm
  • Fri, Sept 2:      Fall in NY Check In, 4pm-5pm
    Fall Dinner by La Palapa, 5pm- 6pm
  • Tue, Sept 6:    Fall in NY Check In, 6pm- 7pm
  • Thur, Sept 8:  Fall Event: An American in Paris,  7pm- 10pm
  • Mon, Sept 12: Fall Event: Empire State Building, 6pm-8pm
  • Tue, Sept 20:  Fall Event: Merchant House Museum, 6:30pm-8:30pm

 

Fall in NY Orientation & Check In

With the Fall semester beginning in about three weeks, it’s time to start familiarizing yourselves with the important material we have provided in our Fall in New York Admitted Students Page. In particular, you’ll need to review the Online Orientation and sign up for a Check-In session. Please review all dates, locations, and RSVP links below, and feel free to contact us at up.advising@nyu.edu if you are unsure which session(s) you need to attend.

Online Orientation: The Fall in NY Online Orientation is now available! Before hopping on a plane (or bus, or car, or subway…) we strongly encourage all visiting students to utilize this self-paced interactive slideshow. It will give you a better idea of what to expect from your semester at NYU. The orientation is best viewed in Firefox, Safari, or Internet Explorer. Access the Orientation here.

Check-In Session: All Fall in NY students are required to attend one of the check-in sessions. Choose from one of four dates and times we’ve made available for you. At check-in, we will cover the information you need to have a successful semester at NYU. You will also have a chance to ask any questions you have about the University or city and to meet your fellow Fall in New York students. Review all dates/times and RSVP Here!

International Student Check-In: A reminder for all International students that check-in with the Office of Global Services (OGS) is required by both NYU and the Department of Homeland Security. Review details and RSVP here.

CAS International Exchange Orientation: International Exchange students at the College of Arts and Sciences are required to attend Orientation with CAS Advisors on Sunday, August 30, from 1:00-3:00 p.m. in the Silver Center, Room 909D (Zimmer Conference Room). Please see the International Exchange website for further information.

Welcome Week: Welcome Week will take place from Sunday, August 28 through Saturday September 3. Nearly 500 events and programs will be offered to introduce all new students to NYU life and culture. Fall in NY students are welcome to attend all events, especially those offered by Transfer Student Programs. Get a head start on the semester and RSVP for events here! Or, for added convenience, download the NYU Guide app!

Lastly, just a reminder: join our Fall in NY Facebook Group!

Again, please email up.advising@nyu.edu with any questions. We hope you find this material helpful as you prepare for Fall in New York!

NYU Resources

As the summer winds down, we thought we’d share a few resources that you will want to be familiar with, as we hope you will be utilizing them as soon as you get here. This is just a sampling of what will be available to you once the term begins:

The Academic Resource Center
The Academic Resource Center (ARC) is the place to go when you don’t know where to go with academic navigation questions.  It offers a variety of academic support resources, including cross-school advising and peer tutoring through the University Learning Center, as well as referrals to other academic resources from our SMART Bar (see below) Additional resources at the ARC include an Argo Tea Café, computers and ITS printer, and a variety of study spaces

Student Resource Center
The SRC specializes in answering questions about NYU and New York City, and providing all kinds of information to the NYU community. They also help students navigate university resources and services, provide academic referrals, and promote and provide ways for students to get connected and stay informed at NYU. Ask them just about anything!

Bobst Library
NYU has nine libraries in total! Bobst serves as the flagship library. Subject librarians are available to help you in your research. There are also study rooms, computer labs, and even laptops for rent, as available resources to you.

NYU Bookstore
The NYU Bookstore provides textbooks for all of the NYU schools and colleges. They also carry general trade books, study aids, NYU clothing & gifts, school supplies, stationery items, and more.

NYU Computer Store
The Computer Store offers the best selection of academically priced Hardware & Software: Apple, Lenovo, Dell, Epson and HP. They also carry computer accessories and ITP parts. They are an authorized Apple, Dell and Lenovo repair center. You can also save money with their inkjet cartridge refill service.

NYU Ticket Central
Ticket Central is your destination to access tickets to the movies, Broadway, and Off-Broadway shows, sporting events, musical concerts, and more, all at a reduced price, with your NYU ID Card.

NYU Athletic Facilities: 
Palladium Athletic Facility, 140 East 14th Street
404 Athletic Facility, 404 Lafayette Street
Cardio and weight equipment are available along with a swimming pool (Palladium), volleyball court, basketball court, rock wall, and much more!

Transfer Student Programs (available for Visiting Students!)
Transfer Students Programs is here to help you understand what it is like to be an NYU student and help you navigate a new campus, new policies and procedures, and a new school culture. They help both transfer and transitioning students get involved and become familiar with the variety of resources that will help you acclimate to a new campus.

AND SO MUCH MORE!

As always, feel free to contact us with any questions!

Important Dates

Please mark your calendars for the following important dates and deadlines, which can also be found in the Fall in NY Student Handbook.

  • September 5: Labor Day (University Closed)
  • September 6: First day of fall classes
  • September 19: Last day of waitlists
    Last day to add/drop on Albert online
    Last day to drop a course and receive a full tuition refund*
    Last day to drop a course and not receive a ‘W’ grade*
  • October 7: Last day to declare a course pass/fail
  • October 10: Fall Recess (No classes)
  • November 23-27: Thanksgiving Recess (University Closed)
  • December 16: Last day of fall classes
  • December 19-23: Fall final exams

Don’t forget to participate in NYU’s Welcome Week, which runs from Sunday, August 28 – Saturday, September 3

As always, feel free to contact us with any questions.

Checks & Balances

Now that you’ve hopefully registered for your Fall in NY classes, it’s a good idea to check your class schedule and account balance. You can do both of these in Albert via NYUHome.

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To check your account balance, click on the “Academics” tab in NYUHome. Then click on the bright pink “Student Center” link. Once you’re in your Student Center, locate the “Finances” tab, under which you can find “View Bursar Account.” This will bring you to your eSuite, where you can review or pay your account balance. More detailed instructions can be found on the Bursar’s website. Students applying for a consortium agreement between NYU and their home institution should submit this to NYU by July 15.  All students may contact the Bursar’s Office directly with further inquiries about their account.

To check your class schedule, follow the above instructions to access your Student Center. Your courses should automatically populate and look something like this:

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If your courses do not automatically appear, click on the “My Class Schedule” link under “Academics,” select “Fall 2016″ and review your schedule! Use the Building Key Code and Campus Map to plot the locations of your courses. As always, if you have any questions about Fall in NY do not hesitate to contact the University Programs Team.