Advising is a fundamental element of every student’s experience in Global Liberal Studies. Thus, each GLS student is assigned both a faculty advisor and a professional staff academic advisor. Students are urged to take advantage of the advising opportunities made available by proactively arranging for regular visits with both their faculty advisor and their academic advisor.

Faculty advisors engage students in conversations about the GLS curriculum, its relation to students’ junior year site selection and their total undergraduate experience. They are also interested in pursuing conversations about how those experiences impact lifelong intellectual and professional pursuits, shape interests and aspirations, and inspire dispositions regarding what constitutes a meaningful life. GLS students also enjoy rich interactions with other faculty, such as those who teach in concentration areas or the senior colloquium, and the senior year thesis supervisor.

Academic advisors provide students practical information about the GLS curriculum, the administrative aspects of class selection and registration, and junior year site selection. They offer advice about how to navigate the various administrative offices at NYU and the complexities of NYU policies and procedures. Academic advisors also have current information regarding declaring a cross school minor, and the transition to the junior year abroad. They also can provide comprehensive information about university-wide student support services.



(Sophomore students currently studying abroad should counsult with Global at


August 27, 2014 (Wednesday) - Submit completed, signed Plagiarism certificate to your advisor during  Group Advisement Meeting


September 2, 2014 (Tuesday) -  Fall classes begin


September 15, 2014 (Monday) - Last day to drop/add on Albert.*


September 22, 2014 (Monday) - Last Day to Drop Fall 2014  Classes and not receive Grade of “W.”*


October 6, 2014 (Monday) - Pass/fail deadline must submit a Pass/Fail form to the Liberal Studies Advising Center.


Mid October  - Course listings available for Spring 2015 registration


November 3, 2014 (Monday) - Last day to drop classes. After this date you cannot drop any classes for the term.


Mid to late November - Registration for Spring 2015





* Please verify all University deadlines (notated by the *) with the official NYU Academic Calendar for any changes or additional information


















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