May 8, 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 Classes, Reading Day, and Exam Schedule!
The academic year is just about over. Please take a moment and read over the upcoming dates. Monday, May 13 marks the final day of classes. Tuesday, May 14 is Reading Day. And final examinations will take place from Wednesday, May 15 through Tuesday, May 21. Please check with your professor regarding you respective exam date and testing location.
Once you have completed your spring courses at NYU, you may view your final grades via Albert by going to the Student Center and selecting "Grades" from the drop down menu. More detailed instructed can be found on the University Registrar's "Viewing Grades" tutorial guide.
Please allow 2-3 weeks for your final grades to be posted on Albert. If you have not received your grades at that point, please reach out to your individual faculty members to inquire as to when they plan to post final grades on Albert.
Requesting Official Transcripts
Academic transcripts are not automatically sent out at the end of the semester. If you would like an academic transcript to be sent to you or your home institution, you can request one by signing into Albert and going to the Student Center. From the drop down menu, select "Transcript-Official." Transcripts can be requested at any time. More detailed instructions can be found on the University Registrar's website.
Please wait until all of your grades from your spring semester courses are appearing on Albert before you request a transcript.
Reminder: Complete the Spring in New York Exit Survey!
To help us evaluate the Spring in New York program, we ask each of you to complete the Spring in New York Survey online. The survey helps us learn more about your experience at NYU this term and identify ways we can make Spring in New York even better for students. We want to hear from you! Students who complete the survey will be entered into a raffle for a chance to win a new Kindle Fire! The survey should take no more than ten minutes to complete.
Responses are anonymous, so please be honest and provide us with as much feedback as you would like.
Milk and Cookies
This Thursday will be the final time the Office of University Programs and the Spring in New York cohort will meet for milk and cookies. Please come out and indulge in one final Insomnia cookie and share stories about your Spring semester at NYU!
A tradition for over 20 years, Strawberry Festival gathers students, staff and faculty in celebration of wellness, community, and of course, strawberries! This street fair includes carnival games, give-a-ways, interactive booths, live music, and NYC's longest strawberry shortcake. You can find more information on the Strawberry Festival here.
Spring in New York Farewell Dinner
Don’t leave just yet! Let us say goodbye and wish you well at this final dinner where all Spring in New York students can enjoy a free dinner before finals begin and reminisce about the great times they have had this semester.
NYU Relaxation Station
Self-care is key to staying healthy, managing stress, and living a more productive and enjoyable life. Make time today and every day to slow down, relax, and take care of YOU! Drop by the Health Promotion Office for your daily dose of relaxation and rejuvenation. Throughout the week, the Health Promotion Office will feature different activities ranging from drinking tea and eating passion fruit, to power naps, and much, much more.
Rejuvenate, relate and release in the last event of NYUCMEP's monthly Take-A-Break series. Meet new and old friends, play games, watch a movie, have a snack or get a massage, and learn more about NYUCMEP. Each break is different. All students are welcomed to attend. For more information on this event, please email email@example.com.
An Evening With David Sedaris
The master of sardonic wit presents his latest essay collection, Let's Explores Diabetes with Owls, with a reading and discussion. Admission is free.
NYC Ultimate Frisbee
Take a break from studying and let lose with a game of Ultimate Frisbee! Players from all over the city descend on Riverside Park and team up for frisbee pick-up games. All skill levels are welcome! But you must first RSVP on their MeetUp page.
Any questions about the information in this newsletter? Contact the Office of University Programs at the Academic Resource Center, 18 Washington Place, via email at firstname.lastname@example.org