Where Are Classes?

If you are a new summer student attending Summer Session II courses and wondering how you’re going to find your first class, look no further than our previous post about deciphering your schedule and finding your class location.



Summer Session II: Final Reminders

cropped-nyc_-_washington_square_park_-_arch.jpgClasses are just a week away! As you all begin your journeys to the Square, a few important reminders…

Classes: Summer Session II begins on Tuesday, July 5 and ends on Sunday, August 14.  The University will be closed for Independence Day on Monday, July 4.

International Student Check In: All visiting international students must check in with the Office of Global Services. Dates and locations of the check-ins offered throughout the summer are available online. RSVP here.

Online Orientation and Handbook: The Online Orientation and Summer in NYC Handbook are both available on the visiting students website. Please read through this information carefully.

Books: New and used books are available at the NYU Bookstore (726 Broadway). You can search for textbooks online at http://bookstores.nyu.edu. Make sure to check NYU Classes in your NYU home for course information.

Any questions? Please feel free to contact us at up.advising@nyu.edu.

We’ll see you soon!

Final Grades & Transcripts

We hope finals and exams for Summer Session I students are going well this last week of class!  As you come to the end of your courses, here are some reminders:

Final Grades
You can view your final course grades in your Albert Student Center.  It can sometimes take professors up to two weeks after the end of a course to post grades. If you are experiencing extreme delays in receiving your grades, please write to your professor and ask about the status of your grade.

It is best to wait until all your final grades are posted before you request your NYU transcript.  Information on how to request your transcript can be found on the NYU Registrar website. You can always go in person to the Registrar, located at 25 West 4th Street, and pick up a copy of your transcript on the spot. Having one sent directly from NYU to your school can take a couple of weeks to process.
Other Reminders…
NYUCard Return
Visiting students are asked to return their NYU ID cards to the Card Center at 7 Washington Place. If you are living on campus, you can return your Card to the Resource Center of your residential hall upon move-out.  Failure to do so will result in a $25 charge for a new card should you return to NYU in future in any capacity.
Student Survey
You should have received an email last week regarding a survey of your experience as a visiting student on campus this summer. We would very much appreciate you taking the time to complete the survey as we use this information in our constant efforts to improve the program and the NYU Summer in NYC experience. Thank you!

Out in the city much?


You may be in some intense summer courses, but we hope all the course work isn’t keeping you from taking advantage of the resources NYU has available to you to get the most out of the Big Apple!

NYU Ticket Central
566 LaGuardia Place
(Skirball Center Box Office, Kimmel Center for University Life)

Discounted tickets to Broadway and off-Broadway shows, baseball games, movies, concerts…you name it, Ticket Central likely has it.  We strongly suggest you sign up for their listserv so you get regular notices when tickets go on sale.  Questions?  See them in person!

Museum Gateway
Your NYUCard serves as a free ticket to many amazing museums in the city such as MoMA, the Frick, and the Whitney.  A full list of free museums is on the website, so get out of the humid, hot weather and get some culture.

The NYU Student Resource Center has a comprehensive list online of many things you can do in and around the city when you find yourself with a free afternoon or weekend.  Get out and explore!

Reminder: Monday Class on Saturday

Summer Session I Students: If you have a class that meets on Mondays, ask your professor if you will be having class this Saturday, June 18.

SATURDAY?  That’s right.  June 18 is a summer “legislative day,” meaning some professors may choose to hold their Monday courses to make up for the class day lost on Memorial Day.  Legislative Day is optional, so check with your professor to see whether or not you have to be in class over the weekend!

VIP Seats at GMA Concerts!

Are you a morning person?  A music aficionado?  Or just love a good deal?  Then, take advantage of the FREE seats being given away to NYU Summer students in the VIP section of the Good Morning America Concert Series this summer!

Information about the ticket giveaway is included in the NYU Summer Guide, an e-publication of the Student Resource Center. Because of demand, if you are interested in claiming a free concert seat you must RSVP in advance.

If you are not receiving the Summer Guide via your NYU email, or you have questions about the concerts or RSVP process, please contact the Student Resource Center at ask.src@nyu.edu or 212-998-4411.

Midterms = Academic Resources

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Finding yourself drowning in midterms?  Stay afloat with the many academic resources available to you this summer!

University Learning Center (ULC)
Academic Resource Center, 18 Washington Place

The University Learning Center provides free tutoring for math and science courses during the summer.  Group study space and study and research skills information is also available.

The Writing Center
411 Lafayette Street, 4th Floor

The Writing Center provides writing support and guidance for any student enrolled at NYU.  To schedule an appointment to meet with a Writing Center Consultant, please contact the Center.

Bobst Library
70 Washington Square South

Obviously, the library is a good place to do your research and study, but did you know it also has a computer lab in the lower levels?  Or subject-specific research librarians who can help you find the very best resources and references for your paper?  When you need a break, just escape from the heat of midterms and the summer sun by watching a film in the Avery Fisher Center.

NYU Summer Guide


Follow the NYU Student Resource Center’s Summer Guide and be in-the-know with weekly happenings around NYC.  Check out the website for links to city events such as free outdoor entertainment, suggested day trips, and online publications listing all there is to do and see in New York!

Ramadan at NYU


If you are observing Ramadan this summer, NYU’s got you covered.  Services and free dinners (iftar) will be offered by the NYU Islamic Center.  Contact the ICNYC for more information!

If you have a meal plan on campus, the Weinstein Dining Hall will be open until 9:00 p.m. for students needing to eat after sunset.

If you have questions about Ramadan, the Islamic Center, or any other religious support services available at NYU, please contact the NYU Office of Global Spiritual Life.

Student Social on June 9

The NYU Faculty of Arts and Sciences is hosting a social for all undergraduate summer students on campus.  RSVP and go to meet other students at studying at NYU and enjoy some free food and drink!

FAS Summer Undergraduate Student Social
Thursday, June 9
4:00-6:00 p.m.
Silverstein Lounge
Silver Center, 100 Washington Square East, 1st Floor