Transfer & Transitioning Events
Valentine's Day Social
Monday, February 13th from 8:00pm to 10:00pm|
Join your TA's for a Valentine's Celebration! WE will be making Valentine's Cards for children receiving treatment at the Hassenfeld's Children's Center for Blood Disorders, a part of the NYU Cancer Institute at the NYU Langone Medical Center. We will also be decorating Valentine's Day cookies for ourselves to enjoy while we make cards and watch "Valentine's Day," starring...well everyone! This event is entirely FREE so please bring all of your friends! Co-sponsored by Colleges Against Cancer and Relay For Life at NYU. Join us on FACEBOOK.
Ice Skating in Bryant Park
Friday, February 17th at 6:00pm | Meet in Kimmel Center Lobby
Want to catch the last bit of winter? Didn't get a chance to do any winter activities? Come ice skaring in Bryant Park with your Transfer/Transition Ambassadors and enjoy one of NYC's trademarks. Balance yourself on the ice or enjoy some hot cocoa safely from the sidelines! We'll meet at the Kimmel Center and travel to Bryant Park together. If you plant to meet us there, let us know ahead of time. Bring $8 to cover the skate rental fee (we will cover the difference!). Don't forget to RSVP.
NYU MLK Week 2012 "The Future of Diversity: Here and Now"
For the seventh-consecutive year, the University will commemorate Dr. King's vision and his legacy by hosting a week-long schedule of special events and programs. This year's theme is intended to open up critical dialogue around where we are, and where we are going, on the path towards social change and social justice. There are a variety of events throughout the week, so be sure to stay connected via the website, Facebook, Twitter and Tumblr. Also, check out MLK Week of Service, February 6-11, sponsored by the Center for Student Activities, Leadership and Service.
Financial Aid Information Sessions
Various Dates throughout February
Spotlight Session: Tuesday, February 21st from 6:30 to 8:00 pm | 721 Broadway, Room 648
The Office of Financial Aid is hosting several Financial Aid Information sessions this month to assist students with the financial aid application procedure and to review and answer questions about every aspect of the student aid process before the FAFSA priority deadline on March 1st. Counselors explain how to avoice common mistakes and how to maximize your eligibility for all types of aid programs. Special attention is given to the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and also the Master Promissory Note (MPN) process for those seeking federal loans. See the full schedule of sessions here.