Advisement works best when you understand it as a process, utilize it broadly to get the most out of your NYU education, and take the initiative to participate actively throughout your undergraduate years. Students are encouraged to view advisement as an ongoing partnership and to keep in mind that, while advisors are available to help, students ultimately are responsible for their own learning and academic progress.
Here are some tips for getting the most out of academic advisement:
The more you invest in making the most of advisement opportunities, the more likely you will be satisfied with your courses, progress toward degree, personal growth, and overall college experience.
These calendars include important dates and deadlines from the Offices of the University Registrar, the Office of the Bursar, and the Student Resource Center.