It’s best to find your courses through the Precollege course search found here. You can use the search function on the right hand side of the course list in order to narrow your search by subject, session, or by open/closed status. Make note of the 4-digit class number which you will use to enroll in the course. Log into your Albert Student Center to register. Helpful guides on how to register in Albert are on the NYU Registrar website. The registration requirements for Precollege are:
- Commuter students: Must be registered in at least one credit-bearing course.
- Residential students: Must be registered in at least two courses.
- International students: Must be registered in at least six credits/units total.
- The maximum amount of credit/units any student can take is eight.
If you are blocked from registering for a course for any reason, please submit an Enrollment Request Form. You must be logged into your NYU email to access the form. You can contact your academic advisors with course and registration questions at email@example.com. Please include your full name and NYU ID Number (your N number) in all communications.
NYU Precollege students have the option to live on campus or to commute. Students who indicated an interest in housing their Precollege admissions application will receive an email with housing application instructions within a week of being accepted to the program. Space in housing is limited, so it is important to submit your housing application early.
Residential students are automatically enrolled in the 10-meal/week meal plan, the minimum required for Precollege. If you are interested in a higher meal plan, you can contact NYU Summer Housing to change your plan. For more information about housing and dining, visit NYU Summer Housing.
If you did not indicate an interest in campus housing in your admission application and wish to live on campus, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
To learn more about housing and meal plans, visit the Living on Campus web page.
Once you are registered for your summer courses, you will be required to pay your bill. Notification regarding your tuition bill will be sent to your NYU e-mail address beginning in mid-April. For any registration activity that takes place after your bill deadline, credits or debits will be reflected in your student account. Specific payment dates will be outlined in your bill.
You can access and pay your bill via Albert 24 hours a day.
- Log in to your NYUHome account.
- Open Albert.
- Enter your student center.
- Click on ‘View Bursar Account’ (bottom right hand corner under ‘Finances’).
- Follow the instructions to make a payment.
NYU's preferred method of payment is by electronic check. There is no additional fee for this safe and secure service. If you are unable to pay using an electronic check, please select one of our other methods of payment.
If you would like to a parent or guardia to have access to your student account, follow the directions online here. Account activity can be viewed by clicking on 'View Activity' under the 'My Account' tab.
Note that, at NYU, failure to pay your bill on time will result in being de-enrolled from your courses. If you are de-enrolled from a waitlisted course, another student will automatically take your spot. If you are de-enrolled from a course that is full, you can only register again to be placed on the waitlist. For these reasons, students are strongly encouraged to pay their bills by the deadline to avoid being dropped from courses.
The NYUCard is a multipurpose identification card issued to all registered students. For security purposes, all students are required to have their NYUCard in their possession at all times.
Simply submit a photo online and, once approved by the NYUCard Center, you can pick up your card in person. The NYUCard Center is at 7 Washington Place. You must bring a valid photo ID with you to get your card. Photos submitted and approved by 3:00 p.m. can be picked up the following business day. More information about submitting your NYUCard photo and information is available online
Students are asked to turn in their NYU ID Card at the end of the program. It will be deactivated at the end of the summer. If a student doesn’t return their ID card and returns for ANY future term he/she must produce their original card or pay a $25 replacement fee.
The NYU Bookstore provides a list of required and optional textbooks for your courses. Textbooks can be ordered through their website, or you can purchase them at the store.
To generate a list of books requested by your professors, click on "Search Textbooks" on the NYU Bookstore homepage and enter the required information. If no textbooks are listed, do not worry. It is common in college to not get the full list of books or readings for a course until the first day of class in the class syllabus.
A mandatory orientation for all Precollege students will take place on Sunday, July 2, covering all the basics you should know to get the most out of your summer experience at NYU. Orientation is mandatory for all students, living on or off campus, and optional for parents.
2017 Precollege Orientation
Sunday, July 2, 5:00-7:00 p.m.
Kimmel Center for University Life
60 Washington Square South
In addition to orientation, all international students must attend a mandatory check-in workshop upon starting their classes at NYU. Please refer to the Office of Global Services webpage for more information.
Move-in: Residential students should plan to move into the residence hall between 8:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. on Sunday, July 2; If you need to arrive in New York before that day, you will need to arrange for your own accommodations; students will not be able to move into the residence hall prior to the start of the program.
Move-out: All students living on campus must check out no later than 7:00 p.m. on Friday, August 11. Most students will not have class that day. If you need to remain in New York after August 11, you must arrange for your own accommodation; students will not be able to extend their stays.
Last Day of Class: Friday, August 11 is the last day of summer class, although most students will be done with classes that Thursday, depending on their class schedule.