Welcome to the Class of 2027!

Congratulations! We are so excited to welcome you to the NYU community. We want to celebrate your accomplishment and encourage you to take advantage of on-campus and virtual events taking place throughout the month of April.

Learn more about what's in store below. Registration for our admitted student events will open around April 1. To register, navigate to your admitted student Home Base portal and look for the "Events" tab. 

In-Person Events (New York)

April 15th & 16th: Weekend on the Square

Our marquee admitted student weekend is taking place April 15th and 16th. For two days, admitted members of the NYU Class of 2027 are welcomed to our New York campuses to celebrate, connect, and learn first-hand what makes student life and academics at NYU so unique. 

Space for in-person events is limited, so register early! Registration for Weekend on the Square and all admitted student events are now open on the Admitted Student Events portal.


Meet Us @ The Square

Throughout April on select Fridays, NYU is welcoming newly-admitted members of the Class of 2027 to our New York campus to attend a student-hosted panel and special campus tour. 

Learn More and register to Meet Us @ The Square in your Admitted Student Events Portal.


Virtual Events

Whether you can make it to campus or not we've got you covered! You can connect with NYU students, faculty, and fellow admitted classmates throughout the month of April with interactive virtual events. Check out what's in store below!

Just navigate to your Admitted Students Events Portal to view, register for, and connect to live virtual sessions that will give you a deep dive into academics at your NYU school of admission, campus resources and student life, and much more. 


Get the inside info on what student life is all about at NYU's campus without walls. From living in residence halls, to joining student-led clubs and exploring NYC, these sessions will help you envision how you'll find your community here at NYU. Check out what's in store below and visit your admitted student Homebase Portal to register

You @ NYU 

With an undergraduate population over 20,000 students, NYU is home to students from all around the world with varied interests who have found exciting and innovative ways to create unique communities within the larger NYU community. Learn about student life and the different ways to continue lifelong passions and discover new interests at NYU!

Understanding Your Financial Aid Offer 

Questions about your financial aid? Start here. Before signing up for a 1:1 with one of our financial aid counselors, get your FAQs answered at this live session! We’ll talk about how NYU’s Office of Financial Aid supports students (and families!) throughout your four years, walk you through how to navigate your financial aid package, and provide real-time answers to your most pressing financial aid questions.

Your Future In Focus

In the Your Future in Focus series, NYU Alums across a variety of communities, join current students in conversation to discuss their journey post-graduation and the experiences that shaped their time at NYU. Come with questions and a listening ear -- who knows what insightful gems you’re bound to hear!

Beyond the Classroom 

At NYU, we believe educational experiences should be without limits. In this session, learn about internships, service and experiential opportunities that happen outside the classroom and how they prepare you to excel in college and beyond.

How Can I Succeed at NYU?

NYU is the largest private research university in the United States, which means our students have unmatched access to academic resources, opportunities, world-class faculty, and state of the art facilities. But navigating a large university like ours isn’t always easy. The Office of Student Success is here to help you make this big place feel small! In this session, you’ll get an overview of the people, technologies, and resources available to support you through your journey.

Money Matters: Financial Education

College is all about preparing for your future—and that includes your financial future. NYU’s Office of Financial Education is all about helping you understand the full cost of attending college, including living and travel expenses, books, and more. In this session, presenters from the Office of Financial Education Program will highlight NYU resources that will empower your financial knowledge and show you how to effectively manage your finances through graduation and beyond.

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More Ways to Connect

Here are some other ways you can connect with us and other members of #NYU2027.

  • Give us a call. We love getting to talk to admitted students and their families. If you have questions about your offer of admission or just want to share your excitement with us, you can contact the admissions office by phone at +1-212-998-4500 or by email at admissions@nyu.edu. As a reminder the Admissions Office is open 9:00am-4:00pm ET (Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays).
  • Show your NYU Pride. The NYU Bookstore is offering a discount to all newly admitted students. Log into the Admitted Student Portal for your discount!
  • Stay tuned for information on the Class of 2027 Discord server. The server will be a place where you can introduce yourself and connect with other admitted students, find answers to your new-to-NYU questions, and, most importantly, have fun! 
  • Like “NYU Class of 2027” on Facebook. Stay up to date on the latest news for the Class of 2027 as well as stories from current students, webinar invites, and more. Please note: This Facebook Page is the only official page or group for the Class of 2027 on Facebook. Any other group is not sponsored by the University and we urge you to be cautious of sharing any personal information with other groups.

Parents and Families of #NYU2027

We’d never forget about the parents and families that have helped their students reach this exceptional milestone. Keep an eye on your email for an invitation to join our Class of 2027 Parents & Families Facebook Group. We’ll also be hosting  virtual and in-person events for parents and family members for each of our degree-granting campuses in April. This is a chance to celebrate your student, hear from University leadership directly, and get any of your questions answered.