NYU Precollege students are enrolled college students during the summer. They take a variety of undergraduate courses with other undergraduate students. For all college students, the academic experience begins with registration. Precollege students are responsible for choosing their own courses, creating their own schedules, registering for classes online, and seeking help through advising and academic resources whenever needed.
A team of advisors is available to help you with all of your program preparations. Whenever you have questions about class registration, resources on campus, dates and deadlines, events, orientation or anything else about NYU Precollege, contact your advisors at 212-998-2292 or email@example.com. Tip: be sure to include your name and student ID (N#) in any email so your advisors know who you are.
NYU’s schools and departments set aside seats in their summer college courses for Precollege students. Students may browse the online course search to view all classes open to Precollege. Precollege advisors have created a helpful tutorial on how to reach the course search to learn more about each class.
As you consider the courses you wish to take, here are a few things to keep in mind:
Each course at NYU is worth a set number of college credits (or units). When deciding on which courses you want to take this summer, keep in mind the registration requirements for the program.
Students can register for their courses online in Albert approximately 24 hours after accepting their admission offer.
The Stern School of Business offers a concentrated business track for Precollege students called Summer @ Stern. Because space in the courses is limited and demand is high, the Stern School requires students to submit an application to be considered for this track. Information is online here.
Once your course registration and schedule are set, you can map your class locations.
NYU Precollege students are enrolled undergraduate students at the university during the summer, and they must follow the same policies and procedures as all college students at NYU. Below are academic policy highlights. For more information and questions, contact your NYU Precollege advisors at firstname.lastname@example.org or 212-998-2292.