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Registration and advisement for classes varies by school and will be communicated throughout the month. For more information on the advisement process, registration procedures, including links to individual school websites, please click on the School Orientation and Registration tab on the right of this page for additional information.
For new international students, the Office of Global Services (OGS) strongly recommends that applications be filed at least three months prior to intended NYU start date in case of visa delays or security checks for administrative processing at U.S. consulates abroad.
The Wasserman Center's Job Search Database System, CareerNet, is the best place to start your job search for on and off campus positions, as well as internship positions.
Getting your NYU student ID, known on campus as your NYUCard, is now easier than ever. Visit photoid.nyu.edu to submit a photo that meets the requirements listed online, then keep an eye on your NYU email for details and next steps from the Card Center team. When your photo is approved, they will let you know how to pick up your NYUCard during the summer or on NYU Welcome Day.
Information about the Academic Resource Center, NYU Bookstore and Computer Store, on-campus dining options, the NYUCard and Campus Cash, and a first glimpse at Welcome Week — NYU's jampacked schedule of events, programs, and services for incoming students held the week before the start of classes, as well the Commuter Overnight Retreat, Project Outreach, the "One Word. One World initiative, and the NYU Welcome Day event on Move-In Day.
Contains information about the options available to students related to Study Away and other travel programs, as well as summer and January course options.
Students living on campus will receive instructions for accessing their housing assignment, move in time, and roommate contact information online. 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.
* Note that communications identified as "mailings" are emailed to students with an international address on record.