Many of you will be living on campus, and for some, this may be the first time you live on your own away from home. Living in a college dorm can be a very rewarding experience, as there can be a sense of community and all around fun! But living in a dorm is not … Continue reading Dorm Living, or How Not to Hate Your Roomie
WELCOME ASCAP Film Scoring Students! We’re glad you’re finally here! Thank you for reading our blog posts. We hope they helped prepare you for your experience ahead. Please use this blog as a reference during your time here as it contains a wealth of information and resources. And if you have any questions that you … Continue reading Welcome to NYU!
The ASCAP Film Scoring program starts next week! Be sure you've done all you need to do to prepare for the start of your program! Use the Before You Arrive Checklist to make sure! See you on campus SOON!
So what do you need to bring to NYU for the summer? Notebooks, laptop, pens/pencils, pictures of friends, your pet cat...wait! Pets aren’t allowed in campus housing or in class (sadly). To make decisions easier, we’ve compiled a list of suggested items you should bring. We’ve conveniently named it “What to Bring”. This list will give you … Continue reading What to Bring
We want all students to get the most out of their time at NYU this summer, and we realize that some students may need additional resources in order to do that. Whether it’s receiving a time extension for your classwork, permission to audio-record lectures, or something else entirely, NYU has resources to help you. Students … Continue reading Reminder: Register with the Moses Center
All students must attend the orientation for their program. Check out the Orientations page for details. If you are living on campus, information about move-in can be found on the When Should You Arrive? blog post.
Remember to read the MPAP Summer Programs Handbook well before you arrive so you are familiar with all the rules and expectations of the program. In addition, please be sure to submit all required program forms before you arrive. All students must submit their forms in order to participate in their program!
Finding your way around can seem like a daunting task, especially if you’ve never been to NYC before. But we’ve got your back! After reading this post, you will be a navigation master. Here’s what you need to know: NYU is primarily located around Washington Square Park in the Greenwich Village neighborhood of lower Manhattan. … Continue reading Getting to (and Around) NYU
As a student on campus this summer, there will be quite a few resources available for you to take advantage of. Check out the NYU Resources and Services page for information about everything from gyms to wireless internet to the bookstore and free admission to museums in the city. Then, once you are here, dive … Continue reading NYU Resources
During the summer, MPAP students will have the NYU Student Health Center, Counseling Services, and Wellness Exchange available to them whenever needed. For more information about health services on campus, see the Health and Safety blog page!