Welcome to NYU Washington, DC! We’re delighted that you’ll be spending your first year with us and can’t wait to greet you in Washington, DC. In the meantime, this page will guide you through everything you need to get ready for your year in our nation’s capital.
Please submit information via the Enrollment Portal by May 10th.
More information for incoming Fall 2019 students will be shared through the internal study away portal in the upcoming weeks. Stay tuned!
Please update your contact information in NYUHome to ensure that all materials get to you promptly.
NYUHome is an excellent resource which provides you with an NYU email address, information on your bursar account and access to NYU classes where you'll be able to access a bunch of information we've put together on Florence for you to read before you leave. Once you have access to NYUHome, please make sure to update your addresses and phone numbers in our system—that ensures that we're able to contact you with important information, including essential mailings as we'll use the contact information you provide there. You can find instructions on how to start using NYUHome's basic functions here.
International Students--i.e. any student who is not a US Citizen or Permanent Resident of the United Students -- must work with the Office of Global Services (OGS) at NYU to determine their eligibility for study at NYU Washington, DC. In most cases, students will need to obtain an F-1 or J-1 visa to legally study at NYU Washington, DC.
In the first instance, incoming NYU Washington, DC. students should refer to these OGS guidelines for securing the appropriate documentation to legally study in the United States.
Students with questions can also email the Office of Global Services directly with questions at firstname.lastname@example.org. Make sure you identify yourself as an incoming student beginning in DC.
All students are required to submit a combination of paper and online forms prior to entry to NYU for the first year. These forms are used to collect needed information for your upcoming year or to ensure that you are compliant with university or government deadlines and regulations.
A partial (but not complete) list of deadlines, information and documentation include:
More information is available for incoming Fall 2019 students through the internal enrollment portal.
Keep up with dates and deadlines at the Washington DC guide.