Student Remote Learning
Last Updated: October 31, 2022
If it's not feasible to meet for class in a physical classroom, hybrid or remote classes provide academic continuity. Instructors may ask you to complete assignments, watch lectures or otherwise participate in online discussions and chat rooms. Help is available for you to complete these tasks!
Communication should come directly from your instructors on what is available. To interact with your instructors remotely, use NYU Zoom to get started.
Successful Study Habits
Set Up Your Computer For Hybrid or Remote Learning
Check to see if your computer meets the following requirements:
- Operating System: Windows 10 or macOS 10.14 (Mojave) or later
- RAM: 8GB
Students who do not have a computer, please contact: email@example.com.
Tablets and cell phones can be useful as supplementary equipment.
Check Your Internet Connection
We encourage all students to check their internet connection to ensure they are able to use the NYU remote learning online services. You can test your internet connection by going to www.speedtest.net and click GO. 10-20 Mbps upload and download speeds are considered fast enough for typical online activities. If your speed isn't adequate, please contact your internet provider to troubleshoot.
If you do not have the technology or services needed to learn and study remotely during this period, please contact the Office of Student Success at firstname.lastname@example.org and a team member will be in touch to explore options.
Hybrid or Remote Learning NYU Services
Services you access via NYUHome (or www.nyu.edu) will function with a stable internet connection and a valid NetID and password. Remember to approve your connection through Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA), see below for set up details including new devices.
Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA)
MFA is required when logging into NYU's online services. Ensure you are able to access MFA via push notification, phone call, or Duo passcode. Below are MFA support resources. Please contact the NYU IT Service Desk with additional questions.
Communicating with instructors and classmates
|Participating in online discussions|
|Creating, viewing, and submitting documents and media|
|Completing class assessments||
|Student success support|