For academic support services, the ARC offers tutoring, cross-school advising, and resources for when you don’t know where to go with academic navigation questions. The ARC is also home to the University Learning Center, and and the Arthur O. Eve Higher Education Opportunity Program and Collegiate Science and Technology Program.
Advisement begins and is centered in a student’s school. Because each student's needs differ and change, academic advising at NYU is multi-layered and available through multiple access points. For an overview on how advisement works, including contact information by school or program, visit www.nyu.edu/advisement.
For submission of your Final Report and final high school transcript, AP or IB test scores, as well as other next steps, click here.
The NYU Bookstore carries textbooks, general trade books, school supplies, and NYU clothing.
The NYU Computer Store carries computer hardware, software, accessories and iPods at
exclusive NYU discounts.
Responsible for billing and collections (via eSuite in Albert) of all tuition, housing, dining, and fees associated with attending NYU, and administers payment plans and the Tuition Insurance Program.
Everything related to dining on campus, including locations, hours, and meal plans.
Provides guidance regarding Federal, state and University financial aid available to NYU students. Financial Aid is made available to eligible students in the form of grants, scholarships, loans, and/or Federal work study.
This office provides specialized support to NYU's international students, scholars, and their dependents including immigration advising and guidance, programs and events, cultural adjustment resources, and more.
The Moses Center helps determine qualified disability status and assists students in obtaining appropriate accommodations and services.
Produces intentional and sustained educational initiatives and campus-wide programs in the area of diversity and social justice. Through collaborations with a broad range of students, faculty, administrators, and community partners, our efforts are designed to make an institutional impact in enhancing intercultural awareness and offer compelling ways to explore the complex intersection of race, gender, religion, socio-economic class, ethnicity, sexual orientation, national origin, and other aspects of identity in our daily lives.
Phone: 1-212-998-4343 |www.nyu.edu/cmep
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Not sure where to direct your question or find assistance for a particular issue? Let us help you. The Parent Helpline provides information about the Parent email list, Parents Day, and other resources.
For questions about registering for classes, enrollment certifications for health insurance,
requesting NYU transcripts, classrooms, degree audits, and VA certifications.
For questions related to housing applications, assignments, special accommodations, and
Special Interest or Explorations programs.
For general information about health and mental health resources, services provided,
immunization and health requirements, NYU sponsored Student Health Insurance Plans
and the enrollment or waiver process.
This office specializes in answering questions about NYU and New York City, and providing all kinds of information to the NYU community. In addition to coordinating Welcome Week activities, staff provide assistance to new transfers and commuter students.
For all aspects of career planning, including work study placements, and on-campus and
off-campus part-time jobs and internships.
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