E-Bills Coming Soon & Setting Up Direct Deposit

The NYU Bursar will send bills via email on July 18.  Please keep an eye on your NYU email account for your NYU New York bill. You can also log directly into eSuite to view your billing statements.  These will be due in full by August 8.

Additionally, if you anticipate receiving any portion of your bill in the form of a refund, we recommend setting up direct deposit with NYU.  Instructions on how to do so can be found on the Bursar’s website here.

Note: you can make your parents an “authorized user” of your e-bill account, if payments are typically made by them. For instructions on how to set this up, please see here. Questions about the e-billing process? View the Contact Us page on the Bursar’s website to reach out.

GeoBlue Health Insurance Emails To Come

All students studying away are enrolled in international health coverage through GeoBlue.

GeoBlue Enrollment emails will only be sent to your NYU email address from your home campus Health Center. Do NOT delete this email!  Keep an eye on your spam folder, as they sometimes end up there.  Keep in mind you may already be enrolled in GeoBlue so the email you receive may be about your annual enrollment



Submit Flight Details by August 1

Please submit your flight details through this form no later than August 1.  This will allow staff directly in New York to keep an eye on flights to see if there are delays.

In addition, please also submit these into NYU Traveler, which goes directly to NYU Public Safety.  It should only take you a few minutes and you can get started by taking the following steps:

If you have questions about filling out this form, please refer to this step-by-step guide.  Should any technical problems present themselves while entering your information into NYU Traveler, you may contact traveler.support@nyu.edu for assistance.

How To Get Involved: Center for Student Life

The Center for Student Life combines programs previously offered by the Student Resource Center and the Center for Student Activities, Leadership, and Service to provide a more holistic student experience.  The Center sponsors University-wide clubs that provide social and leadership opportunities on campus for all students ans serves as a community and information hub for groups including commuter, transfer, international, and military veteran students.  It also endows fraternities and sororities across campus, and we curate service trips and experiences around New York City and the world.

How to Get Involved: NYU Program Board

NYU Program Board is a student-run organization part of the Office of Student Activities.  Th Program Board is responsible for organizing concerts, film series, lectures, art installations, and workshops on campus.

Any student can join — there is no application process.  Students participate by actively discussing and planning events on campus in general meetings and in committee meetings.   If you are interested in participating  meetings are held in room 709 at 60 Washington Place every Monday at 7pm.  You may also e-mail program.board@nyu.edu.

Prepare For On-Campus Recruitment

Students studying away at NYU New York are able to participate in New York’s On-Campus Recruitment Program (OCR).

On-Campus Recruitment is a program where employers come on-campus to the NYU Wasserman Center to conduct interviews with students for full-time positions upon graduation as well as paid summer internship positions. The program is currently open to juniors in the Class of 2019 and seniors in the Class of 2018.

In order to participate in the OCR program, students must first complete a mandatory virtual orientation that walks you through the policies of the OCR program and reviews the honor code that all students abide by when participating in the program. Additionally, you will be required to complete a short quiz and forward your results to recruitment@nyu.edu. Instructions on how to complete the quiz will be explained in the virtual orientation. Failure to forward your results in a timely manner will result in delays in your ability to access OCR jobs and submit applications. We have included important information below regarding the OCR program, but if you have any questions, please contact recruitment@nyu.edu.

Important Note: OCR does not provide you with US work authorization if you are not a US citizen. Reach out to the NYU Office of Global Studies to clarify your work authorization in the US.

• Complete the Mandatory OCR Orientation & Quiz and forward the results to recruitment@nyu.edu.
• Update your NYU CareerNet Account with contact, academic and work authorization information.
• Get your resume and cover letter reviewed by a career coach.
• Upload your updated resume and cover letter under the ‘Documents’ tab.
• After you gain access, log into NYU CareerNet.
• Select ‘Jobs’ from the toolbar and ‘OCR Jobs’ from the ‘Show Me’ dropdown menu.
Employers are required to give students three weeks to accept an offer.
Jobs are added weekly, so please check your account regularly for new and exciting opportunities.
Application deadlines are specific to each job posting, so follow positions that interest you. Please be mindful of these times as applications can not be submitted after a deadline has passed. If you have any questions or concerns please contact us at recruitment@nyu.edu.
Have more questions about the OCR program? Check out more details about the OCR Program by watching one of our Wassertube videos!

How to Get Involved: Center for Multicultural Education and Programs

The Center for Multicultural Education and Programs, better known as CMEP, enhances the NYU experience by fostering a more inclusive, aware and socially just community.   The Center offers a wide variety of programs throughout the year, including InterGroup Dialogue, Leadership Programs, Zone Training, and the FOCUS Mentorship Program, to name only a few of the offerings.  If you want to learn more about diversity and social justice, then you should check out CMEP.