Maximize Your Summer
This summer at NYU, you can choose from an array of 3-, 6-, or 12-week courses designed to help you enhance your transcript, nurture your interests, and prepare for an increasingly competitive marketplace. Along the way, you’ll work with some of our most innovative, talented, and engaging faculty members. By the end of the summer, you’ll have the sense of accomplishment that comes from beginning to master a new language, embarking on a new minor, or making tangible strides toward your chosen career.
You have hundreds of courses to choose from. However, to make it easier for you to find classes and co-curricular opportunities that align with your goals, we’ve gathered some highlights into four convenient categories. To maximize your experience, you can pair academic coursework with professional development modules or internships. Explore the possibilities below and start planning your summer. For a view of all Summer 2023 courses, visit the NYUAlbert portal.
Interested in studying remotely this summer? Check out the pre-filtered list of online courses being offered across the university during NYU's 3-, 6-, and 12-week summer sessions.
Explore innovative summer courses open to all students.
Designed to complement just about any major, these courses will challenge you to broaden your thinking while empowering you to explore topics and ideas you may never have otherwise considered.
Tap into online academic offerings taught from around the world at NYU's Global Sites.
Accelerate your progress toward your major or minor from any time zone.
Making Summer Work for You
Earn money, gain practical job experience, and make progress toward your degree through one of these unique internship or work-study opportunities.
Summer Session Dates
Choose from 3-, 6-, and 12-week sessions this summer at NYU! Use the Session filter in the Summer 2023 course search to view the classes offered during each session.
|12-Week Session||Monday, May 22 to Wednesday, August 16|
|6-Week Sessions (2)||
Monday, May 22 to Wednesday, July 5
Thursday, July 6 to Wednesday, August 16
|3-Week Sessions (4)||
Monday, May 22 to Monday, June 11
Tuesday, June 12 to Wednesday, July 5
Thursday, July 6 to Wednesday, July 26
Thursday, July 27 to Wednesday, August 16
Summer 2023 Registration
Visit the NYUAlbert portal to find and register for Summer 2023 courses. Use the “session” filter on the right hand side to help determine your options.
Tuition & Financial Aid
Specific information about tuition and fees can be found on the Office of the Bursar page. Students enrolled in 6 or more credits over the summer may be eligible for financial aid. Visit the Financial Aid website to learn more about financial aid options for summer study.
NYU offers safe, convenient, and affordable housing options for summer students.
You can enroll in NYU Housing for the full 12-week summer session (May 22–August 16), or either Summer Session I (May 22–July 5) or Summer Session II (July 6–August 16).
NYU students do not have to be enrolled in courses in order to apply for summer housing. Housing is available to students on a first-come, first-served basis. Visit NYU’s Summer Housing website to view residence hall options, rates, and deadlines, and to apply for housing.
Connect With An Academic Advisor
Undergraduate Students: Log in to NYU Connect to view your personalized Success Network. Click the ellipses next to your academic advisor’s name to find their full profile and contact information.
Graduate Students: You can find your academic advisor’s contact info in your Albert portal in the "Academics" section.
Admitted Visiting Students can make an appointment with a program advisor.
Events and Activities
Supplement your courses and engage with the dynamic NYU community this summer. NYU will offer hundreds of virtual and in-person events that will empower you to connect with students, explore NYC, and delve into fascinating topics.
Additional Summer Course Opportunities
NYU also offers summer programs for both visiting (non-NYU) students, as well as programs for both high school and middle school students.