The diversity of academic opportunity at NYU is extraordinary – and might at times be overwhelming to undergraduate students who are just beginning their journeys, or who are thinking about changing paths. Academic Advisement at the Academic Resource Center provides an opportunity for students to start a conversation with advisors outside of their main programs and to begin to explore the areas beyond their primary focus. For example, a Stern student might talk to a Tisch advisor about opportunities through the Open Arts curriculum, while Tisch student might talk to a CAS advisor about liberal arts courses. Students can discuss the Social Work minor in further depth, or explore other cross-school opportunities.
Throughout the year, Academic Advisors from across the University and from various programs will be present in the ARC for walk-in advising and information sessions. Check our calendar for our programs and events, or drop by for a walk-in advising session!
No appointments are needed – students can simply sign-in at our SMART Bar and a SMART Aide, our “academic concierge”, at the front desk of the Academic Resource Center will assist them in checking in to see the advisor on duty.
Cross-school advising hours begin during the first week of the spring semester and conclude the week of May 9, 2016.
|CAMS (Minor in Child and Adolescent Mental Health)||Thursdays, 5pm - 6pm |
|College of Arts & Science||Wednesdays, 9am - 11am |
|College of Arts & Science - BA/MA||Hours TBD|
|College of Arts & Science - Preprofessional Advising ||Fridays, 12pm - 1pm|
|College of Nursing||Mondays, 9:30am - 10:30am|
|Gallatin School of Individualized Study||Fridays, 10am - 12pm|
|Global Programs (Study Away)||Tuesdays, 12pm - 2pm|
|Global Liberal Studies and Liberal Studies Core ||Wednesdays, 2:30pm - 5pm|
|Office of Global Services (OGS)||Wednesdays, 5pm - 7pm|
|Silver School of Social Work||Thursdays, 4pm - 5pm|
|Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development||Mondays, 1pm - 3pm |
|Stern Undergraduate School of Business||Thursdays, 9:30am - 12pm|
|Tandon School of Engineering||Tuesdays, 3pm - 5pm|
|Tisch School of the Arts||Fridays, 1pm - 3pm|
|University Programs/Visiting Students|| |
Mondays, 10am - 12pm;
Tuesdays, 10am - 12p;
Wednesdays, 4:30pm - 6:30pm;
Thursdays, 1pm - 3pm
|Wasserman Center for Career Development||Tuesdays, 5pm - 6pm|
The CAS Preprofessional Advising Center maintains a satellite office in the Academic Resource Center. Students are welcome to visit a preprofessional advisor in Silver 901 or at the Academic Resource Center during their weekly walk-in hours to talk about their prehealth or prelaw questions and concerns.
Preprofessional Walk-in Hours at the Academic Resource Center: Fridays, 12pm - 1pm
Preprofessional Walk-in Hours in Silver 901: Monday through Thursday: 3:30pm-4:30pm
Isaac Amad, University Programs & Visiting students
Emily Badin, CAMS (Minor in Child and Adolescent Mental Health Studies)
Belkis Baez, Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development
Rebecca Bjorklund, Wasserman Center for Career Development
Kristen Bush, College of Arts & Science
Michael Campbell, Tandon School of Engineering
Taylor Claire Culbert, College of Arts & Science, Preprofessional Advising
Patricia Decker, Tisch School of the Arts
Amanda Dye, College of Arts & Science
Soomie Han, College of Arts & Science
Juan Iturralde, School of Social Work
Annie Le, College of Nursing
Anna Ortega Chavolla, Opportunity Programs, CSTEP
Melinda Parham, Tandon School of Engineering
Susmita Saha, College of Nursing
Gracy Sarkissian, Wasserman Center for Career Development
Tassamai Saweitipul, Tandon School of Engineering
Joshua Shirkey, Gallatin School of Individualized Study
Mary-Grace Tomecki, Stern Undergraduate School of Business
Fatiah Touray, College of Arts & Science
Richard Toth, Tandon School of Engineering
Claudine-Lonje Williams, College of Arts & Science
Anna Zirkel, Liberal Studies
TBD , College of Arts & Science, BA/MA Programs
Advisors from Global Programs will be available for walk-in hours at the ARC to help you discover unparalleled opportunities available throughout NYU's global network. Students can stop by for information about the Global academic centers, and then work with their school academic advisors to plan their curriculum and make sure they are meeting their graduation requirements.
Every Friday during the academic year, representatives from NYU Global Programs provide you with details about NYU's Global Academic Centers in Abu Dhabi, Accra, Berlin, Buenos Aires, Florence, London, Madrid, Paris, Prague, Shanghai, Sydney, Tel Aviv and Washington DC as well as a brief overview of summer study abroad programs, exchanges, and school-specific study abroad programs.
To register please complete the Registration Form.
You can also visit the Office of Global Programs at their location in UHall, 110 East 14th Street, Lower Level.
18 Washington Place
New York, NY 10003