While you are at New York University you may wish to supplement your program or pursue a special interest by taking classes in other divisions of the University. The following procedures have been designed to help you learn what courses may be available to you within the guidelines of your school and academic program.
Check with your advisor about your school's policy governing registration in another division. You will need to know how many outside points your division allows. In some divisions, your advisor's written permission may be required.
Check the Bulletin of the division which offers the course you wish to take for the course description and information about prerequisites and permission requirements. If you have questions about specific requirements or need further information, you should meet with the appropriate liaison (listed below). In some divisions, you will need written permission from the respective liaison. Please check the registration information to see if written approval is required.
As part of NYU's commitment to increase the opportunities for undergraduates, the Undergraduate Advisement website is available to help students obtain accessible, accurate, and consistent information on issues related to academic advisement, as well as individual and cross-school registration. Here you will find, in an organized fashion, the array of programs, policies, and procedures relevant to undergraduates in their formulation of a meaningful curriculum. In addition to information regarding general advisement procedures, this site provides facts related to combined-degree, independent research, and study abroad programs.
Listing of Schools
- College of Arts and Science
- Gallatin School of Individualized Study
- Graduate School of Arts and Science
- Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service
- School of Continuing and Professional Studies - Division of Degree Studies
- Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development
- Silver School of Social Work
- Tisch School of the Arts
- College of Nursing
- Leonard Stern School of Business - Undergraduate Division
- Leonard Stern School of Business - Graduate Division
- School of Law
- College of Dentistry
- School of Medicine
- Liberal Studies
- Master's Program in Global Public Health
- Polytechnic Institute of NYU
College of Arts and Science
CAS Advising Center
100 Washington Square East, Room 905
General Advisement - CAS Advising Center (212-998-8130)
Special Problems - Associate Dean William Long (212-998-8130)
Gallatin School of Individualized Study
Office of Advising
1 Washington Place, 5th Floor (212-998-7320)
Office of Student Services
1 Washington Place, 8th Floor (212-998-7378)
Graduate School of Arts and Science
Admission to any course in GSAS requires departmental approval for all non-GSAS students. The department Director of Graduate Studies or Program Director must approve admission to graduate courses. Most departments require the permission of the instructor as well. Please check appropriate department here (pdf).
Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service
295 Lafayette St., Room 2209
Registration - Peter Jaffe (212-998-7422)
Consult the Wagner School Web site for course schedules, course descriptions, and prerequisites
School of Continuing and Professional Studies
Division of Degree Studies
726 Broadway, 6th Floor
Paul McGhee Program
Academic Advising & Student Services (212-992-9055)
Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development
82 Washington Place, 2nd Floor
General Advisement - Contact appropriate program office.
View the NYUSteinhardt Program Directory for contact information.
Registration Questions: NYUSteinhardt Registration Services (212-998-5054)
Silver School of Social Work
1 Washington Square North, Room 304
Undergraduate - Assistant Dean for Undergraduate Programs (212-998-5944)
Graduate - Manager of Registration Services (212-998-5960)
Tisch School of the Arts
Tisch Academic Services
General Questions: 726 Broadway, 2nd Floor (212-998-1900)
Registration: See appropriate department
Also visit: Open Arts Courses website.
College of Nursing
Office of Academic Advising & Learning Development
726 Broadway, Room 1016 (212) 998-7386
Also visit: Office of Academic Advising & Learning Development website.
Leonard N. Stern School of Business
Office of Academic Advising
40 W. 4th Street, Room 616 (212-998-4020)
Leonard N. Stern School of Business
Management Education Center
44 W. 4th Street, Room 6-100
Graduate business courses are not listed in the NYU Directory of Classes. Students may register for Stern graduate classes through their department/program advisors. They must meet all prerequisite requirements. Reservations will be accepted for after the Stern School's initial registration period has been completed. The maximum number of credits permitted by non-Stern graduate students is six.
For course schedules, course descriptions, and prerequisites refer to the Stern School website.
School of Law
245 Sullivan Street, Room 474
Law courses are not listed in the Directory of Classes. Graduate students may be permitted to enroll for law courses that have no prerequisites if they have permission of their Dean or Department Head, and from the course instructor and the Director of Academic Services. Permission to enroll is subject to space availability toward the end of the Law School's add/drop period. The maximum number of credits permitted by a non-law matriculated student is six. Non-law students can use the (Spring 2010) Request to Register form.
Amy Chu, Senior Director of Academic Services and Registration - email@example.com / (212-998-6020)
College of Dentistry
421 First Avenue, Room 107A
Dentistry courses are not listed in the Directory of Classes. For more information on procedures and class times, call the Office of Student Records and Registration.
General Advisement (212-998-9818)
School of Medicine
Office of the Associate Dean
Schwartz Lecture Hall, 530 First Avenue
Courses in the basic medical sciences are taught at the Medical Center and are offered by the Sackler Institute of Graduate Biomedical Sciences. The Institute is a component of the NYU Graduate School of Arts and Science. The courses are designed for Ph.D. and M.D. candidates. Information about pre-requisites and course availability is available from the Sackler Institute Office (212-340-5648).
Clinical courses are available only to enrolled medical students.
General Advisement and Registration: Registrar's office (212-263-5291)
726 Broadway, 6th Floor
Master's Program in Global Public Health
113 University Place, 9th Floor
General Inquiries - Zachary Maggio (212-992-6741)
Advisement and Registration - Marcia Thomas (212-998-4364)
Polytechnic Institute of NYU
6 MetroTech Center, Brooklyn, NY 11201
Consult the NYU-Poly Class Schedule for course offerings, schedules and locations. To view course descriptions and pre/co-requisites, consult the NYU-Poly Academic Catalog. Also see the Guide and Discipline Codes in order to become familiar with NYU-Poly-specific course labeling.
Notes: Students should notify their academic adviser if they intend to enroll in a NYU-Poly course.
If a course has prerequisites, students will need to obtain permission from the NYU-Poly professor of the course before enrollment. Students should email the professor outlining all prerequisite coursework in order to obtain permission. Once course approval is granted, students will be registered for their NYU-Poly class by the appropriate NYU-Poly department.