In 2011, NYU replaced its legacy student information system (SIS) with Oracle's PeopleSoft Campus Solutions system.
The primary objective of the SIS is to provide NYU with a fully integrated student
administrative system that will allow NYU to deliver outstanding service to its students, faculty and administration.
Basic Training Guides
This guide will give you an opportunity to learn the basics of the new SIS and understand the terminology.
The new SIS includes a wide range of renamed Subject Areas.
This quick reference guide explains User Defaults and Favorites, and includes instructions on how to set them up.
Many login issues can be resolved by clearing your browser cache. Also, please note that SIS access is only available from NYU-NET (connections from on campus or VPN).
Clearing your cache can significantly improve the speed and performance of your browser.
There are many reasons why you may get a "Your Session Has Expired" message, there are four most common reasons.
These are typical troubleshooting tips from the ITS website
In this video presentation, we will discuss how to activate your NYU NetID and use our online registration system.
Students can use the Albert Course Search feature to query course related information during an academic year. This guide illustrates how students can search for courses.
The Albert Student Center is a "one-stop shop" for a student's self-service needs in terms of academic information. This guide illustrates how students use the Student Center pages to register for courses.
This webpage provides details and guides on how students can grant other individuals access to their Albert records.
The Degree Audit report used to monitor degree progression for students. This guide illustrates how to produce a Degree Audit report using the Albert Student Center.
Using the what-if advising tool, you can run a simulated advisement report that shows degree progress based on courses you intend to take. This guide illustrates how to produce a What-If report using the Albert Student Center.
Students can view their grades using the Student Center pages of Albert. This guide illustrates how students use the Student Center pages to view their grades.
Students can make personal data changes such as addresses, phone, email, and emergency contacts in the Student Center.
Admin / Faculty Training Guides
To proceed to the Training Area for Admin and Faculty, please login using the form below.