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Introduce yourself to your fellow classmates and the NYU community by participating in the “One Word. One World.” video and photo contest on facebook.com/hashtagnyu.
Join us for an interactive live webinar to learn more about the Commuter Overnight Retreat, Commuter Assistants, a variety of programs to help you get connected before school begins, access to lockers on campus, commuting tips, and more. This is a great opportunity to ask questions as well!
This new program welcomes incoming first-year undergraduate commuter students to the NYU community through an overnight retreat. Deadline to register is July 31.
Students living on campus will begin to receive instructions for accessing their housing assignment, move in time, roommate contact information , and residence hall online-webinars. For questions about your housing assignment, please call the Office of Residential Life and Housing Services at 212-998-4600 or send an email to email@example.com.
Meal plan changes can be made online beginning 12:00noon (EST) via the NYU Housing Portal available through NYU Home. (NYUHome > "Housing Forms" log-in channel > Housing Forms options). For dining hall and meal plan information please refer to the NYU Dining website.
For students who will live on campus this semester, this email contains frequently asked questions and answers regarding Residential Life and Housing Services, on campus dining, as well as helpful information to help you prepare for moving-in, mailing packages, and other helpful resources.
Join Residential Life staff for an orientation to your new home. During these 60 minute live webinars, your Residence Hall Director will present information about the residence hall and provide useful tips to help you prepare for move-in day and a successful year living at NYU. There will also be an interactive question and answer period following the presentation. All times are Eastern Daylight Time:
Students should visit eSuite in Albert (NYU's online student information system) to view and pay the fall semester bill and to invite others (e.g. parents, guardians) to be authorized payers.
Provides information on three important and distinct campus initiatives focused on diversity and cross cultural engagement; sexual misconduct; and alcohol use and misuse.
Contains information about the options available to students related to Study Away and other travel programs.
* All communications identified as "mailings" are emailed to students with an international address on record.