Student Resources @ NYU

The spring semester is just around the corner, though it might be hard to imagine it in light of the recent weather! If it’s too cold to venture outdoors and away from your blankets and laptop, check  out some of NYU’s  student resources. Below, find a small (but important) sample of all that’s available to you at NYU once the term begins:

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The Academic Resource Center
The Academic Resource Center (ARC) is the place to go when you don’t know where to go with academic navigation questions.  The ARC offers a variety of academic support resources, including cross-school advising and peer tutoring through the University Learning Center, as well as referrals to other academic resources from our SMART Bar (see below) Additional resources at the ARC include an Argo Tea Café, computers and ITS printer, and a variety of study spaces

Student Resource Center
The SRC specializes in answering questions about NYU and New York City, and providing various kinds of information to the NYU community. They also help students navigate University resources and services, provide academic referrals, and promote and provide ways for students to get connected and stay informed at NYU. Feel free to ask them just about anything!

Bobst Library
NYU has nine libraries in total, but Bobst serves as the flagship library. Subject librarians are available to help you in your research. Additionally, study rooms, computer labs, and even laptops for rent, are all resources Bobst provides for you.

NYU Bookstore
The NYU Bookstore provides textbooks for all of the NYU schools and colleges. They also carry general trade books, study aids, NYU apparel & gifts, school supplies, stationery items, and more.

NYU Computer Store
Also housed in the bookstore is the NYU Computer Store, which offers the best selection of academically priced Hardware & Software: Apple, Lenovo, Dell, Epson and HP. They also carry computer accessories and ITP parts. They are an authorized Apple, Dell and Lenovo repair center. You can also save money with their inkjet cartridge refill service.

NYU Ticket Central
Ticket Central is your destination to access tickets to the movies, Broadway, and Off-Broadway shows, sporting events, musical concerts, and more, all available at a reduced price with your NYU ID Card.

NYU Athletic Facilities
Check out 404 Lafayette, the brand-new fitness center at NYU. Opening January 25th, 404 Lafayette will provide estate-of-the-art cardio and weight equipment. Alternatively, visit The Palladium Gym for access to a swimming pool, volleyball court, basketball court, rock wall, and much more.

Transfer Student Programs (available for Visiting Students)
Transfer Students Programs is here to help you understand what it’s like to be an NYU student; they will help you navigate a new campus, new policies and procedures, and a new school culture. Transfer Student Programs helps both transfer and transitioning students to get involved and become familiar with the variety of resources that will help you acclimate to a new campus.

AND SO MUCH MORE!

Remember, there are many resources available to visiting NYU students– these are just some of the highlights. As always, feel free to contact us with any questions!

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Important Dates: Check-In & Welcome

Important Dates

Please mark your calendars for the following important dates and deadlines, which can also be found in the Spring in NY Student Handbook

  • January 25: First day of spring classes
  • February 8: Last day of waitlists
    • Last day to add/drop on Albert online
    • Last day to drop a course and receive a tuition refund
    • Last day to drop a course and not receive a ‘W’ grade
  • February 15: Presidents’ Day (No classes)
  • February 26: Last day to declare a course pass/fail
  • March 14-20: Spring Recess (No classes)
  • May 9: Last day of spring classes
  • May 11-17: Final exams

 

Check-In Dates

This is also a good time to start planning which of the following Check-Ins you will attend. All Spring in New York students must attend a check-in session, which provides a chance to meet University Programs staff members and other students in the program. At these sessions, staff will review important information you need to know to have a successful semester at NYU and answer any questions you might have. RSVP for a session online at the Admitted Students’ website. (Please note that you must be logged in to NYUHome to access the RSVP form.)

Mandatory Program Check-In Dates:

 Monday, January 25 – 1:00 – 2:00 p.m., Kimmel Center, Room 912

 Tuesday, January 26 – 1:00 – 2:00 p.m., Kimmel Center, Room 903

 Wednesday, January 27 – 6:30 – 7:30 p.m., Academic Resource Center (ARC), LL01

 Thursday, January 28 – 9:30 – 10:30 a.m., Kimmel Center, Room 905

 

Spring Welcome

Spring Welcome

Finally, be sure to check out NYU’s Spring Welcome activities, which run from January 25 – February 12. You can download the Spring Welcome 2016 schedule to your iPhone or Android via the NYU Guides App, available in the iTunes store.

As always, feel free to contact us with any questions.