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Continuing Student Registration

Summer 2017

IMPORTANT DATES:

February 3, 2017: Graduation application deadline for spring 2017.  

February 5, 2017: End of Spring add/drop period.

February 13, 2017: Summer registration begins.

March 25, 2017: Fall courses open for viewing in Albert. Students are able to add classes to shopping cart.

March 25, 2017: Deadline to submit final official transcripts. If transcripts are not in by this time, you will be blocked from fall registration.

April 25, 2017: Fall registration begins.

May 16, 2017: Silver Convocation.

May 17, 2017: NYU Commencement.  

May 21, 2017: End of Summer add/drop period with 100% refund of tuition & fees.

 

TO COMPLETE YOUR SUMMER 2017 REGISTRATION:

Consult the curriculum guide [PDF] to find out which courses to take. After you review the webpage, please consult with your academic advisor if you have questions about the following issues:

  • For full-time students: how to maintain your full-time status in fall/ spring semesters
  • For all students: how to meet prerequisites, sequence your courses appropriately, and plan your schedule to ensure you meet all graduation requirements.
  1. Once you know which courses to take, arrange a schedule by looking up the times and days they are offered on ALBERT, which is accessible through NYUHome.
  2. Use the CLASS NUMBER listed on the COURSE STATUS page to register on the Register screen. Familiarize yourself with Albert with this helpful video, Albert "How-to" Video.
  3. You should have several alternative options prepared in case you are unable to enroll in your first-choice course(s). If you are closed out of your first-choice section of a course, the most important thing to do is to sign up for an open section immediately, and then add yourself to the waitlist for your first-choice section using the SWAP function in Albert. Note that students are responsible for using the SWAP function correctly.
  4. If you will complete a social work internship this semester, please find registration instructions below.
  5. Confirm your schedule using the STUDENT SCHEDULE option on ALBERT. 
  6. Financial Aid: Please note that any courses taken over the summer could affect your financial aid for your second year. For those that would like to receive financial aid for the summer, please view this link for detailed information. If you have any questions about financial aid for summer or fall 2017 please contact Byron Cortes at silver.financialaid@nyu.edu.  

Field Instruction: Summer 2017 Continuing Students

Students going into Social Work Practice II & Field Instruction II:

  • Students will automatically be enrolled for Practice II & Field II, you do not have to add these classes to your shopping cart.

32 Month Students going into Social Work Practice III & Field Instruction III:

  • Students will have to register themselves for Practice III and Field Instruction III.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

1. I cannot navigate Albert. Can someone register for classes on my behalf?

It is the student's responsibility to select and enroll in courses according to the appropriate curriculum guide. Please review the ALBERT tutorial for a step-by-step overview of the registration process and functions. After you review the tutorial, if you need further assistance, please contact Enrollment Services at 212 988 5910.

2. I didn't submit my final undergraduate transcript. What should I do?

You must submit your final official transcript as soon as possible. You will not be able to register without submitting your final transcript that shows your degree conferral.

Please email Enrollment Services silver.registration@nyu.edu if you have any questions.

3. I'm being asked for a permission code to register -- how do I enroll?

Please email silver.registration@nyu.edu with your name, UID (N#) as well as the course name, number, and section for which you wish to enroll.

4. Why can't I add all the courses I want?

Students can take a maximum of 18 credits. No first year student should be taking more than 17 credits. Please be sure to follow the curriculum guide.

5. What does "ASOS ONLY" mean?

For Social Work Practice III and IV, sections 001, 010, 020, 023 and 030 are reserved for Advanced Standing students (ASOS). Unless you are an Advanced Standing student, do not enroll in these sections. If you are an Advanced Standing student, then choose one of these three sections.

6. How do I know when a course is offered at the Westchester or Rockland campus?

Courses offered at the Westchester campus are designated with a "060" level section number. For example, MSWPF-GS.2001.060 or MSWPF-GS.2001.061.

Courses offered at the Rockland campus are designated with a "050" level section number. For example, MSWPF-GS.2001.050 or MSWPF-GS.2001.051.

CONTACT US

Enrollment Services

Phone: 212.998.5910

Email: silver.registration@nyu.edu

Financial Aid

Phone: 212.998.5910

Email: silver.financialaid@nyu.edu

Global Learning

Phone: 212-998-5973

Email: stephanie.kaplan@nyu.edu   

Registration Links

For more direct links into how to use Albert and other functions within Albert please view these links below: 

The Albert Student Center is a "one-stop shop" for a student's self-service needs in terms of academic records.

  • Watch this video presentation, to learn how activate you NYU NetID and use our online registration system.
  • There is also the PDF version of the video, Albert Registration help guide, that illustrates how students use the Student Center pages to register for courses.
  • PDF version of Swapping Classes. Please note that students are responsible for using the SWAP function correctly.

Before Albert Student Center is activated you can search for a list of courses offered each semester on Albert Course Search.  

Global Learning

As part of NYU's Global Network University, our Global Learning Office offers several opportunities to participate in global learning programs. Through immersion in local cultures and societies, students are able to experience social work as a global profession. Silver Faculty and Field instructors developed each program to examine social policy and practice, framed by the location’s social, political, and economic issues to give students a deeper understanding of diverse cultures. Click here to learn more.