The 2014 Summer in NYC Visiting Students application is now closed. The 2015 application will be available on February 1, 2015.
If you are eligible to participate in Summer in NYC as a visiting student, please follow the steps below to apply. Current NYU Students do not need to follow these steps and can register for courses directly via Albert. Please note: Visiting students may only apply to one NYU program at a time.
Summer in NYC is a selective program, and decisions are based on the strength of your academic work. Our most competitive visiting student applicants have a cumulative 3.0 GPA or higher.
Students must not currently be on academic, disciplinary, and/or medical leave or probation at your current institution. In certain cases, appeals to this policy may be reviewed when made in writing to email@example.com. Students may take a personal leave for the semester(s) they are studying at NYU if such a leave is required by their home institution to maintain matriculation.
Once you receive your enrollment letter, which includes your NYU ID Number and NetID, you will be able to complete this step. Instructions to register can be found under Critical Instructions for Summer Students.
Any supporting documents sent by mail must be postmarked by the deadlines listed below.
|February 1, 2014||Online application available|
|February 18, 2014 ||Course registration opens|
|March 15, 2014||International student application deadline to University Programs |
|April 1, 2014||I-20/DS-2019 application deadline for International students to OGS* |
|First day of each session ||Final application deadline**|
* After submitting the application, international students will receive the 1-20/DS-2019 application via e-mail. The I-20/DS-2019 application is due by April 1, 2014.
** Students who are United States citizens or permanent residents may submit their applications for Summer Sessions up until the first day of each session. Please be mindful of any financial aid deadlines that may be required in order for your home institution to offer you aid through a consortium agreement.