Dates & Deadlines (for Spring Starts)
Important dates for Spring Admit students are highlighted below. Note that your school or department may have additional tasks for you, specific to your program, to complete before arriving on campus.
Activate your NYU email account now at the NYU Start page — and check your inbox regularly. Also be sure you maintain a current mailing address on Albert. Your school and other University offices will supplement the information below with important communications sent to your official NYU email or home postal address.
We will be updating this page regularly, so please check back often.
Page Last Updated: January 4, 2023
October 15. On-Campus Housing Portal Opens.
Any new student who is interested in living on campus may submit a Spring 2023 housing application via the housing portal in NYU Home. Note: students currently living in Fall 2022 NYU-NY housing do not need to take any further steps to secure their Spring housing.
Now: Begin Registering for Accessibility Services and Accommodations
The Moses Center for Student Accessibility provides services and programs for students with a wide range of accessibility/disability needs. Please refer to the Center's website for information about arranging for accommodations before or after you arrive at NYU. You can request accommodations at any time, however, doing so early will help to ensure you have access to services the moment you arrive at NYU.
Now: Update your U.S. mobile phone number in Albert
- Using your NYU Net-ID (i.e abc123) and password, log in to NYU Albert.
- Select "Personal Info" then "Edit Phone Numbers" in the "Phone Numbers" section.
- Under "Phone Type" find or select "Mobile" option and ensure that the correct U.S. number is listed.
- Be sure to click "Save."
- Note: If you do not have a U.S. mobile phone number yet, you can do this at a later time.
Now: Access Leadership Development Programs and Global Awards Advisement
Find Leadership Initiative events, explore leadership programs and learn about global awards opportunities. The Office of Global Awards, housed within the NYU Leadership Initiative, advises undergraduate students through the application process for a diverse catalogue of scholarships and fellowships. Schedule a one-on-one appointment or join drop-in office hours with Global Awards advisors to learn more.
Early November. Submit a Photo for Your NYUCard
Your NYU student ID, also known as your NYUCard, is your sidekick on campus. New students may submit their photo online. Once submitted, be sure to check your NYU email for next steps from the Card Center team. When your photo is approved, they will notify you via email to let you know when and how to get your NYUCard.
November 15. International Students Submit I-20/DS-2019 Application
For new international students, the Office of Global Services strongly recommends that applications be filed as soon as possible, though please be prepared for potential delays in securing consular appointments and visa processing.
November 17. NYU Student Health Insurance Portal Opens
Most students are automatically enrolled in and charged a premium for an NYU-sponsored Student Health Insurance plan as part of the course registration process. Students who maintain alternate health insurance coverage that meets the University’s minimum health insurance criteria may waive the NYU-sponsored student health insurance plan entirely.
November 20. Deadline to Apply for Project OutReach
Project OutReach is a pre-orientation program for incoming first year and transfer students to join in a service and civic engagement prior to NYU Welcome. Participants and peer mentors gather for daily reflection sessions, build a tight community through days of service, and contribute to local non-profits.
Mid-November. Course Registration Begins
While there is some variation, students can register for classes in mid-November. As a new NYU student, you will work with an academic advisor who will help craft a schedule that fits your academic, career, and goals while meeting your school's requirements. You can expect to hear more details regarding advisement from your school or degree program directly. For more details, review your school's website below:
November 30. Access Spring 2023 Bill
Students should use eSuite via NYU Albert to view and pay the spring semester bill and to invite others (e.g. parents) to be authorized payers. Financial Aid Recipients: Any NYU scholarships/grants that were offered should be listed as "anticipated aid" on your bill. Students planning to utilize federal loans should accept the amount they would like to borrow on NYU Albert and complete the required entrance counseling and master promissory note on studentaid.gov.
December 1. First Day to Review Meal Plan and Make Changes
NYU requires all first-year, transfer, and visiting students living in an NYU residence hall to participate in the NYU meal plan program for two semesters. All first year, visiting, and transfer students living in NYU residence halls will automatically be assigned the 225 Flex meal plan but allowable changes can be made online starting at 12PM ET through the NYU Dining Portal. For dining hall and meal plan information, including rates, please visit the NYU Dining website.
December 2. Last Day for New First Year Students to Cancel Housing
Any newly admitted Spring 2023 first year student can cancel their application in the housing portal without penalty by December 2nd. Beyond this date, students are committed to the terms of the housing license.
Mid-December. Download NYU Apps
The Wellness Exchange is your greatest mental health resource at NYU. Our 24-hour hotline can be reached at (212) 443-9999. Download the Wellness Exchange App to chat with a counselor anytime. Literally 24/7. Available in six languages.
NYU Mobile was designed to enhance the NYU student experience and help students to navigate NYU on the go. NYU Mobile offers features such as real-time shuttle tracking, campus map and building locations, a schedule of University events, job postings, and emergency notifications.
Safe NYU is NYU’s campus safety app that goes where you go! Providing safety information for more than 190 countries on six continents, Safe NYU provides preparedness tips, transportation information, and emergency numbers, while connecting students to support resources including victim assistance, the Wellness Exchange, and the bias response line.
December 31. Last Day to Submit a Photo for Your NYUCard
Don't miss this deadline to submit a photo to be used on your NYUCard, which is required on all NYU campuses.
Early January. Housing and Residential Life Update
If you applied to live on campus, check your NYU inbox for an update regarding your housing assignment, move-in time, and roommate contact information. Check-in dates and times may vary depending on updated health and safety guidance as we get closer to the start of the spring term. Please also note the following helpful information:
Early January. Complete the NYU Student Experience Survey
This is your chance to share your expectations for college, your habits and experiences, and what influenced your college choice — all things that help us better understand and support your journey at NYU. Your answers will help us personalize your college experience and guide you through your first year at NYU based on what you need most.
January 9. Move-In Webinar
Attend the residential life move-in webinar. This is an opportunity for students who plan to move into NYU residences halls to learn tips for a smooth move-in day and to learn about your new home! We hope that you join us on Monday, January 9, 2023 at 7:30PM EST. Register for the Move-In Webinar.
January 15. Submit Mandatory Health Forms
Deadline to submit proof of immunizations, the Student Health History form, and the Wellbeing Questionnaire. If you are under 18 years of age, you must also submit the Treatment of a Minor form so that you can access services at the Student Health Center. Failing to meet these requirements can result in de-enrollment from classes.
Mid-January: Access to Job Listings, On-Campus Employment and Coaching
The Wasserman Center for Career Development’s career sevices platform, Handshake, is the best place to start your job search for on- and off-campus employment opportunities and internships. You can schedule coaching appointments, access career resources, and view job search guides to prepare for the hunt. All students registered for Spring 2023 will receive access to Handshake in mid-January 2023.
Mid-January: Pick up your NYUCard
Visit a Card Center to pick up your NYUCard. Your NYUCard is required to enter NYU buildings.
ID Cards for NYU community members based primarily in Brooklyn will be available only at the 2 MetroTech Card Center. ID Cards for all other NYU community members will be available at 7 Washington Place Card Center. If you would like to pick up your card early avoid lines, you can go before Welcome and Move-In Day on January 18th.
- Washington Square (WSQ)/Manhattan: 7 Washington Place | 8am-6pm
- Tandon/Brooklyn: 2 MetroTech Center | 9am-5pm
January 18. NYU Spring Welcome Day and Residence Hall Move-In
The big day — when you start your on-campus experience and move into your home at NYU. This thrilling day includes residence hall move-in, a parent and family welcome session, and socials to meet other students.
January 19-21. School Orientations
Each school will host an orientation that will introduce you to specific academic policies and procedures, academic advisors, fellow classmates, as well as deans and directors who can help with academic and personal success. Exact schedule and more details will be sent from your academic school.
January 18-February 3. NYU Spring Welcome
NYU Spring Welcome features an exciting series of programs and events for all students to build connections and community for the start of Spring semester. There will be specific events designed for first year students to meet each other as well as opportunities to connect with the broader NYU community.
January 23. First Day of Classes
Spring classes begin. Prior to class, log into Brightspace to review class syllabi (if available) and arrive to class prepared — and on time.
January 25. Presidential Welcome and Reality Show
Paired with a welcome to the new academic semester by University President Andy Hamilton, the Reality Show: NYU features a musical sketch comedy written and performed by NYU students and alumni. Open to all NYU students with a special welcome to new spring start and transfer students!
February 1. Attend International Student Orientation and Submit the New International Student Arrival Form
OGS International Student Orientation is mandatory for your first semester in the US and comes in two parts: the US Immigration Requirements Training (a self-paced online module) and the International Student Meeting. Both parts of the orientation are required for all new international students in F-1 or J-1 status at NYU. Learn more and sign up for OGS orientation. The US government also requires all international students in F-1 and J-1 status to report their arrival to their schools. You officially report your arrival to NYU through the OGS arrival form.
February 6. Last Day to Cancel or Change Meal Plan
This is the last day to submit allowable changes or cancellations through the NYU Dining Portal. For dining hall and meal plan information, including rates, please visit the NYU Dining website.
February 10. Last Day to Enroll in or Waive Student Health Insurance
Deadline to confirm your enrollment in an NYU-sponsored Student Health Insurance Plan, make changes to a plan, or to opt out due to alternate coverage.
February 15. Complete AlcoholEdu: Part One
All new students must complete the “AlcoholEdu” course online — even those who are over 21, or do not drink alcohol for personal, health, religious, or other reasons. Everyone will benefit from a shared basic knowledge of the effects of alcohol, potential problems, ways to reduce risk, and resources to help ourselves and others. “AlcoholEdu” is presented in two parts. Failing to complete both parts will hinder your ability to register for future classes. Check your NYU email a few weeks before the deadline for an invitation to take the course.
February 15. Complete Think About It
In an effort to maintain a safe and aware campus community, all NYU students must complete the sexual misconduct prevention online training program called “Think About It.” Failing to complete this training will hinder your ability to enroll in future classes. Check your NYU email a few weeks before the deadline for an invitation to take the course.
February 20. Presidents' Day
No classes are scheduled and University offices are closed.
March 15. Complete AlcoholEdu: Part Two
“AlcoholEdu” is presented in two parts. You will receive an email invitation to complete Part Two 30 days after completing Part One. It is important to complete Part One by the February 15 deadline so you can also complete Part Two on time. Failing to complete both parts will hinder your ability to register for future classes.