The Academic Resource Center (ARC) serves as the academic home for visiting students admitted through the Office of University Programs at NYU. In addition to housing academic advising services for visiting students, the ARC also provides academic support services, such as the University Learning Center (ULC), and study spaces that are available for use by visiting students.
If you have already been admitted by the Office of University Programs as a visiting student at NYU, please carefully review the academic policies and important dates for your program. It is your responsibilty to be familiar with the policies and deadlines that pertain to your program.
Please note that due to the inclement weather, New York University will be closing at 4:00 p.m. today, Monday January 26th and all day tomorrow, Tuesday January 27th. As a result, the MONDAY and TUESDAY check-in sessions are cancelled.
Students are welcome to come to one of other check-in sessions on Wednesday January 28th, or to meet with Isaac Amad, the Academic Advisor, during walk-in hours. We also recommend that you sign up NYU's emergency alerts system.
Please remain safe and exercise caution in these weather conditions!
The Office of University Programs is a centralized office at NYU that provides support and services to visiting students during all semesters, including January Term, Spring in NY, Summer Sessions, and Fall in NY. In addition, the Office of University Programs provides support to NYU schools and departments with processes for semesters that fall outside the regular academic year, such as January Term and Summer Sessions.
The Office of University Programs also offers the NYU Precollege program, which provides rising juniors and seniors in high school the exciting opportunity to experience academic and student life at NYU during the summer. Students in NYU Precollege take college-level courses for academic credit, which may be applied towards a future degree. Students in the NYU Precollege may choose to live on-campus during the program, and programming is provided to both residential and nonresdiential students throughout the program.
If you are interested in taking classes at NYU as a visiting student and would like more information on programs available to visiting students and the application process, please visit their application page.
If you have questions about applying as a visiting student, the Office of University Programs can be reached by phone at 212-998-2292212-998-2292 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.