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As with all of NYU’s study away programs, Spring in New York is a truly immersive experience—your classes will take you out in the city, and your peers will encourage you to explore. Whether you take an art history class that sends you to the Met or the Guggenheim, a music class that brings you to Carnegie Hall, or an economics class that connects you with Wall Street business leaders, your academic experience will extend far beyond the classroom. The countless opportunities at NYU are inextricably linked to the infinite possibilities of New York City.

Spring in New York allows you to build your own unique schedule by choosing from thousands of course options from all of NYU's nine schools and colleges, in almost any area of academic interest you can imagine!

Albert, NYU's course registration system, is where you can enroll in the courses of your choice. Use the search function on the right hand side of the course search to narrow your search by subject, session, or by open/closed class status. You may also browse the many different course listings and descriptions to see what best fits your interests.

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Questions about Registration?

The Spring in New York staff are available to meet you in person during our walk-in hours. We are located at the Academic Resource Center at 18 Washington Place, New York, NY 10003.

Check back soon for our Spring in New York 2017 walk-in hours.

You can also email us at or call us at 212-998-2292.

Spring at Tisch

Spring at Tisch is an opportunity for undergraduate students from other colleges or universities to attend Tisch School of the Arts for one semester and focus on one of the following artistic disciplines: Acting, Cinema Studies, Dramatic Writing, Film Production, Games, Photography and Imaging, Recorded Music, or Theatre Production and Design.

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