January 30, 2013
Spring in New York (n): A program at NYU for visiting and exchange students attending the University during the spring semester.
Last Day of Active Waitlists and Add/Drop Period
Sunday, February 10 will be the last day of active waitlists. It is also the last day to add or drop any courses from your schedule without receiving a withdrawl mark on your transcript. If you have any questions you can contact your academic advisor.
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NYU Transfer and Transitioning Students Luncheon
As a Spring in New York student, you are automatically considered a Transfer/Transitioning student. Join the Transfer/Transition Ambassadors, Transfer & Transitioning Student Association, and the Student Resource Center for a welcome (and Welcome Back) lunch. Current students will answer questions you might have as you transition to NYU, share advice they wish they knew when they started here, and of course there will be FREE food! Click here for more information on Transfer and Transitioning Students at NYU.
Get CENTERed: Find Your CMEP Swag!
The Center for Multicultural Education and Programs (CMEP) invites you to "chill" in the CMEP Lounge, meet the CMEP staff, learn about CMEP's events, programs, services and resources, and participate in an activity that gives you a taste of what our Center is all about!
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Center for Student Activities, Leadership, and Service
Did you miss Club Fest on January 29? Don't worry! If you're interested in becoming more involved with the NYU community, you can check out The Center for Student Activities, Leadership and Service (CSALS). CSALS provides comprehensive programs, activities, and services that enhance the student experience, support student organizations, encourage effective citizenship, develop student leaders, and create community.
Enjoy Freeseums with your NYUCard! Through NYU's Museum Gateway, students get free admission to some of New York City's best cultural institutions. This is your chance to experience the MoMA, the Whitney, and more while you're visiting New York! And it's free!
Chinese Lunar New Year Firecracker Ceremony
Up to 200,000 people converge on Chinatown for this new year do-over, and the Better Chinatown Society will light just as many rounds of fireworks to ring in the Year of the Snake. The parade will loop from Little Italy to the Lower East Side. Come for the dancing troupes and Pan-Asian food booths, and stay because the firecrackers will drive away every evil spirit for miles! You can find more information here.
Ice Skating at Citi Pond Bryant Park
Citi Pond at Bryant Park is Manhattan's first and only free admission ice skating rink. Back for its eighth season, Citi Pond is one of NYC's most treasured winter destinations. Ice Skating at Bryant Park is fun--day or night! Ice Skate rental prices are available here.
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