Frequently Asked Questions

Enrolled students often have common questions for which they need answers. We have compiled a list of frequently asked question with answers that you can instantly access. If you have further questions, please feel free to contact the Office of Student Life.

All students receive a packet that contains information on registration, academic advisement, drop/add policies and procedures, refund policies and procedures, and upcoming course offerings. This information is sent by the academic departments approximately three months prior to the beginning of the semester. Some courses may need an access code for registration.

Go to and follow instructions.

Bursar Stops: Call the Bursar at 212-998-2800
Dean’s Stop: Call the Office of Student Life at 212-992-3208
Health Stops: Call the Immunization Records Office at 212-443-1199

You need to notify both the University using Albert (, and the academic department by notifying an advisor.

Speak with an academic advisor during advisement/registration to determine which classes would be appropriate for your course of study.

To be eligible for NYU School of Professional Studies and University scholarships, fellowships, or loans, you must submit a FAFSA form each academic year. Initial scholarships are provided at the time of admission. Some departments also offer merit scholarships for current students. Check with your academic advisor regarding the application process and deadlines.

Unofficial transcripts are available through ALBERT.

Call 212-998-4280, or go in person to the NYU Office of Student Services at 25 West 4th Street for an official transcript.

Visit for a complete map and schedule.

Brause Library: Visit their website at or call 212-992-3627.

Bobst Library: Visit their website at

Call 212-998-1220, or visit the University website at

The Wasserman Center for Career Development at the NYU School of Professional Studies focuses specifically on the career development needs, goals, and objectives of matriculated, graduate and undergraduate students, as well as alumni.