Selecting courses is the first step in registration at New York University. Students who enroll for courses will receive an e-mail at their official NYUHome e-mail address (firstname.lastname@example.org); notifying them to log onto the NYU Electronic Suite (eSuite), and view an eBill for tuition, fees and housing.
The eBill will show charges and credits for the upcoming semester and any balance from a previous term. You must pay both the current and prior term balances in order for your registration to be processed.
- Billing and Due Dates - Know when term bills are issued and when payment is due
- Tuition, fees and other charges - View the types and amounts of the charges that appear on a student account
- Authorized Payers - Find out how parents, guardians and family members get access to view and pay the bill on-line
- View/Pay Student Account on eSuite - Steps to login to eSuite
- Payment Methods - Pay by electronic check, cash, cashier's check, money order, 529 plan, international payment, financial aid, payment plan
- Direct Deposit of Student Refunds - Find out how to enroll for direct deposit to receive your student refund faster
- Waiving Health Insurance - Students are charged for student health insurance unless an on-line waiver is completed
- Financial Clearance - Check on your status to ensure you are cleared
- Applying for Financial Aid - Find out about the types of financial aid offered and deadlines to apply
- Financial Aid Not Appearing on Bill - Find out the reasons why the financial aid you are expecting is not appearing on your bill
- Withdrawing or Dropping Courses - Find out the University's Refund Policy if a student has to withdraw or drop classes
Never tell anyone your password. Not even if they claim to be a system administrator or support staff. Sharing passwords is a violation of NYU policy, and NYU staff will never ask for yours. If someone to whom you provide your password were to use your account in an inappropriate manner, you could be held responsible for their actions. If you need to delegate access to your Email or Calendar for business purposes, contact the IT Service Desk for assistance.
Never email your password to yourself or anyone else. There are programs out there that have the ability to spy on traffic sent over the internet. If you send out a message with your password in it, there is a possibility that it could be intercepted and then your account would be compromised.