In the interest of protecting the health of our community, NYU will be conducting all Summer 2020 courses remotely. Read more about NYU’s response to Covid-19.
For many students, taking courses over the summer is a great way to stay on track, complete degree requirements, or even accelerate their progress towards graduation. For others, summer offers an opportunity to explore new interests by taking courses outside of their area of study. Below you will find instructions and resources for registering for classes, summer tuition, and connecting with an academic advisor.
Visit the NYU Albert portal to choose from and register for summer courses. We have hundreds of courses available, so it's possible to be enrolled part-time or full-time from home. Students can use the "session" filter on the right-hand side to help determine their options.
This summer, select courses that were planned as study abroad opportunities will continue to be available through remote learning. These courses may be taught by faculty at one of NYU’s global sites and will incorporate local culture, bringing the world to your current location. These courses can be found on the NYU Albert portal by choosing the filter to the right titled Global & Other Study Away Sites.
Summer offers a variety of flexible options that vary in length. They include twelve, six, and three week courses. Six and three week courses may take place between May 26 - July 5 or July 5 - August 16.
|Full Summer Session||5/26/2020 - 8/16/2020|
|6-Week Session I||5/26/2020 - 7/5/2020|
|6-Week Session II||7/6/2020 - 8/16/2020|
|3-Week Session I||5/26/2020 - 6/14/2020|
|3-Week Session II||6/15/2020 - 7/5/2020|
|3-Week Session III||7/6/2020 - 7/26/2020|
|3-Week Session IV||7/27/2020 - 8/16/2020|
Summer tuition is dependent on a student's academic level and the school in which they are enrolled. Specific information about tuition and fees can be found on the Office of the Bursar website. Because all summer courses will be offered remotely, housing expenses are not included in the cost of attendance.
Undergraduate students who are eligible for summer scholarship will be notified by the Office of Financial Aid. Students who have qualified for federal financial aid must be enrolled in a minimum of 6 credits that will count toward their degree. Students who have not yet been offered summer financial aid will receive their updated financial aid package upon enrolling in summer courses.
While a majority of graduate students are not eligible for summer scholarship, federal financial aid and private loans are available for those who are qualified. Graduate students must be enrolled in a minimum of 4.5 credits that will count toward their degree (or have an approved equivalency) to receive federal financial aid. Those who have not yet been offered summer financial aid will receive their updated financial aid package upon enrolling in summer courses.
Undergraduate students can log in to NYU Connect to see their personalized Success Network. Here students will find their academic advisor as well as the others in their NYU community. Click the ellipsis next to a name to see their full profile and how to reach them. Graduate students can engage with their advisors and their schools' support teams to learn more about their options. Contact information for academic advisors can be found on their school's websites.