The below is a list of what all students should do before class begins to make sure they are ready for their time at NYU.
Students are not charged tuition or fees until after they register for class. Once they register, an e-bill will be sent to their NYU email beginning mid-April. The payment deadline will be listed in the student account. Information about methods of payment is online. Please contact the NYU Bursar Office with any questions.
Please note: Students who do not pay their balance by the deadline may be de-enrolled from courses and they will not be able to be added back into classes if they are full. Therefore, students and families are encouraged to pay their account balances by the deadline. In addition, charges may be added to a student’s account at different times, and students and families are encouraged to check their account balance regularly for any new charges. Students who decide not to attend the program must notify the program of withdrawal in order to have charges removed from their account.
Students who apply for and receive a scholarship may have their scholarship amount adjusted based on final enrolled course credits. Adjusting the credit total will impact a student’s account balance. For more information, please contact email@example.com.
Students will receive an email with information about the required forms for the program. The forms must be completed and signed by both the student and a parent or guardian, and they are submitted online via DocuSign. Information is available online here.
New York State law and NYU policy requires students registering in 6 credits or more to submit immunization records for MMR and meningitis. Immunization forms and information is available on the NYU Student Health Center website. Please contact the Immunization Office with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org or 212-443-1199.
Some NYU professors may order books for your class at the NYU Bookstore. You can search for course textbooks online. If no textbooks are listed, do not worry. Not all professors use the Bookstore, and it is common in college to not get the full list of books or readings for a course until the first day of class.
Below is a suggested list of items to bring for the program.
For the Residence Hall:
Orientation is required for all NYU Precollege students, residential and commuter. Orientation is two parts:
Sunday, July 5, 5:00-7:00 p.m.
Kimmel Center for University Life
60 Washington Square South
Offered at various times the first two weeks of class. Students will receive more information via their NYU email prior to the start of the program.
Students who indicate an interest in housing on their NYU Precollege application will receive housing application information via email after they are admitted. If you do not receive a housing email, please contact email@example.com or 212-998-2272.
Students who indicate an interest in financial aid on their NYU Precollege application will receive scholarship application information via email after they submit an application. The deadline to apply for a scholarship is April 1. If you do not receive a scholarship email, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 212-998-2272.
Please note: On the scholarship application, students are asked to list the total number of course credits they plan to take during the program. If you receive a scholarship, the funds you receive are based on your anticipated tuition cost. Therefore, you should register in the number of credits you indicated in your scholarship application. If you later add or drop a course and your total credits change, your scholarship amount may be adjusted up or down accordingly. For questions about matching your scholarship amount to your credit total, please contact NYU Financial Aid at email@example.com or 212-998-4444.
Students applying for housing and living on campus will be automatically enrolled in the 10-meal per week meal plan. Residential students may register in a bigger meal plan at an increased cost, and commuter students may register in a meal plan if they desire. Information about registering for or changing your meal is available on the NYU Dining Services website.
Students with support needs are encouraged to contact the Moses Center early to register with that office and have their needs evaluated. The Moses Center determines appropriate accommodation for students inside and outside the classroom. Accommodations range based on need but can include emotional support animals, assistance in class, alternative exams, and special housing.