You can accept your offer of admission by following the link in your letter of admission.
Please note: You have been accepted for the academic plan and the semester indicated in your acceptance message. You have been admitted for a particular semester and only for that semester.
Your acceptance letter contains your NetID, a unique alphanumeric code assigned to you by NYU; i.e., xyz123. Your NetID is different from your University ID number (an 8-digit number preceded by the letter N; for example, N12345678).
Your NetID provides access to authorized NYU online services and applications via desktop computers, laptops, and mobile devices, including end user devices such as laptops. Your NetID is also used to create your default NYU email address (i.e. email@example.com).
University offices, including Admissions, Financial Aid, the Bursar, Housing, and Student Affairs, will communicate with you ONLY via your NYU Email account. It is imperative that you check your NYU Email account on a regular basis.
If you filed the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), NYU's Office of Financial Aid (OFA) will notify you when your offer is ready for viewing. Financial aid cannot be accessed by you until the notice from the OFA has been received and you have accepted the terms. Your financial aid offer will come with step-by-step instructions about how to proceed.
Attention International Students:
International students are not eligible for federal financial assistance. International students are encouraged to learn about private and alternative loans.
As noted on your acceptance message, the tuition deposit is non-refundable and will be applied to your first term's tuition when you enroll. Your acceptance is only final once we receive your non-refundable deposit. The preferred methods of payment are credit card or electronic check.
If those options are not available to you, you may mail your tuition check or money order by your deposit deadline payable to New York University at the following address:
NYU BURSAR OFFICE
383 Lafayette St
New York, NY 10003
ATTN: Tuition Deposit
The check or money order must be in US funds only; be sure to include your University ID number and Enrollment Term in the memo section.
Final Official transcripts are required to complete your enrollment at NYUSPS as follows:
One final transcript showing conferral of your undergraduate degree (baccalaureate or equivalent). It must list the date the degree was awarded and the title of the degree.
One final transcript from any institution at which a degree was conferred (e.g., if you received a master's degree).
One final transcript or degree certificate from any institution at which you did graduate-level work, even if a degree was not conferred.
The Office of Admissions accepts all official documents electronically. If your university provides official e-transcripts (eScripts, Parchment, National Student Clearinghouse, etc.), please have it sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. As an alternative, a representative from your University may email the transcript on your behalf to email@example.com.
If your university is unable to send official transcripts via email or electronic delivery service, please contact the Office of Admissions for further instructions.
Copies of your transcripts scanned and uploaded by you with your online application are not considered final or official.
Prior to registering for classes you will want to speak with your academi advisor who will guide you through your academic experience.
Prior to registering for classes:
- your tuition deposit must have been received
- your official records must have been received
- have had a meeting or conversation with your academic advisor.
Your NYU ID Card gives you access to NYU buildings including the libraries, fitness centers, and computer labs. Getting your NYU student ID, known around campus as your NYU Card, is now easier than ever.
You can upload your photo and pick up your NYU Card when you arrive on campus.
Orientation is a key component of the student exeperience and essential for a smooth transition. At orientation you'll have the opportunity to meet new and returning students, ask questions and mingle with faculty.
NYU Welcome events open the door to learning about all the resources and opportunities available at NYU.
New York State law and/or New York University makes it mandatory for all newly admitted students to comply with several health-related requirements.
To ensure you have the proper documentation on record with the university, be sure to visit NYU's Student Health Center website.
All new students are automatically enrolled and charged for the NYU- Sponsored Comprehensive Insurance Plan. Be sure to review the plan policy and take note of the deadline to submit a waiver as well as the deadline to downgrade to the Basic Insurance Plan. You will remain enrolled in the Compreshensive Insurance plan unless you complete the online enrollment/waiver process before the semester deadline.
The NYU Center for Student Life provides students with general advice and resources regarding the apartment search process. While the Center for Student Life does not offer actual apartments, you will find links to housing search websites, a housing and roommate Registry exclusively viewable to the NYU Community, market information, a discount broker, tenant resources, and more.
Explore resources and services available to support your success as a graduate student.