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NYU Resources

The center of NYU is its Washington Square campus located in the heart of one of New York City's most exciting, charming, and inviting neighborhoods – edgy, bohemian Greenwich Village. Beyond the Village, the city becomes an extension of the University's campus.

NYU offers a host of services to all students, and Stern undergraduates can benefit from these resources. Below are some useful links (in alphabetical order) that will help you take advantage of NYU resources.
  • Albert - Albert is NYU's online student information system. Students can register for classes, check schedules and grades, determine their current bursar balance, and check financial aid status.
  • Bursars Office - Students can check their account balance, set up a payment plan, and pay tuition.
  • Financial Aid Office - Students can find out about the FAFSA, apply for financial aid, and arrange to meet with a financial aid officer to discuss payment options and issues.
  • Housing - Students can apply for housing, check on their housing status, obtain room and residence hall information, and apply for a meal plan.
  • Office for International Students & Scholars - The Office for International Students and Scholars (OISS) provides comprehensive support and advisory services for New York University's international students, scholars, and their dependents.
  • Parent Services
  • Registrar’s Office - Students may add/drop a class, find out about important registration dates and obtain a final exam calendar.
  • Student Activities Office - Students can access a comprehensive directory of all NYU clubs and organizations and learn how to become involved in school-wide activities.
  • Student Resource Center - The SRC assists students in navigating the sometimes complex NYU organizational landscape and provides connections to appropriate campus resources.
  • University Counseling - Members of the NYU community can receive short-term individual counseling, participate in group counseling and workshops, and receive emergency services. All services are free of charge and confidential.
  • University Health Center - Students can apply for health insurance, receive medical care, obtain information about wellness workshops and programs, and receive advice on general nutrition and exercise.
  • NYU Wellness Exchange - Students can access this service through a private hotline (212.443.9999), available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, which will put them in touch with professionals who can help them address both day-to-day challenges as well as any other crises they may encounter. The Wellness Exchange is also available for students who just need to talk or call about a friend.