This is the final post of the NYU Summer in NYC 2013 blog. We hope you have all enjoyed your summer at NYU this year, and you have found this blog helpful.
It has been a pleasure having you at NYU this summer, and we wish you the best with all your future studies!
Final Course Grades
All students can view their final grades in their Student Services Center in NYUHome. Please remember that it may take your professors some time to grade all final work, so it can take at least 2-3 weeks for all of your final summer grades to be posted.
Requesting an Official Transcript
Once you do have your grades, you can order an official copy of your final NYU transcript so you have written proof of your hard work this summer. We recommend all students to request a transcript. You can order your transcript online–instructions are available on the NYU Registrar website. If you have any questions about ordering your transcript, contact the NYU Registrar at 212-998-4280 or email@example.com.
Don’t go just yet! We want to know what your time at NYU has been like this summer! So before you pack your bags and leave, be sure to complete the NYU Summer Survey. You will find the survey in your NYU email inbox. It takes very little time to complete, and you will have a chance to win a NOOK tablet!
Complete the survey and let us know what you think! We look forward to incorporating your feedback into improvements for next year.
All students in NYU summer housing must check out of their residence hall by noon on Saturday, August 17. NYU students transitioning from summer to fall housing may have been assigned to a different check-out day. Students should refer to their NYU email, review their summer housing reservation information, or speak with the front desk of their summer residence hall for confirmation of their check-out day.
Check-out information is available on the Summer Housing website.
Transition Week is the week between the summer and fall terms: Sunday, August 18-Saturday, August 24. During this week, the residence halls will remain open but all campus dining locations will be closed in preparation for the beginning of the fall term. Dining Halls will reopen on Sunday, August 25 for dinner.
Were you a visiting student at NYU this summer? Did you enjoy your time in New York? Are you sorry the summer is coming to an end? Would you like to share your experiences in the city and at NYU with others?
If you answered yes to the above, we want to hear from you! The office at NYU in charge of promoting Summer in NYC is interested in featuring 2013 summer students in next year’s marketing campaigns. If you are not camera-shy, and you have a lot to say about your time at NYU this summer, become one of the many faces of Summer in NYC!
If you are interested in being profiled as a NYU summer student in next year’s marketing, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. In your email, include your full name, NYU N#, your home address, and a short paragraph on why you would like to be profiled as a summer student and what you most enjoyed about coming to study at NYU this year. Please submit your email no later than Friday, August 23.
Students who are profiled may need to return to the NYU campus during the fall term. Therefore, students from the NYC area–New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Pennsylvania–are preferred.
The absolute last day students can check out of University housing this summer is Saturday, August 17. Whether you are moving out of University housing entirely or you are moving from one residence hall to another for the fall term, you may need help with your things.
If you are interested in using storage or moving companies to assist you with your move, you can find a list of local companies and services online on the Neighborhood Resources website (under “Storage and Moving”). Information about appliance and furniture rental services is also on that website.
We are in the last two weeks of summer classes, and you know what that means: It’s time for finals!
If you are looking for a quiet place to get your final work done, don’t forget Bobst Library. Bobst Library’s stacks will be open until midnight every night, including the weekend, until the last day of class. And the lower levels are open 24 hours a day if you really need to pull an all-nighter. All Bobst hours are listed online.
We wish you all the best of luck with finals!