Now that you are a NYU GSTEM student, there are a few remaining steps that you must complete to prepare for your first day.
A list of required program forms can be found in the NYU GSTEM Handbook. All forms must be submitted to the Office of University Programs no later than June 14, 2015.
After you are accepted to NYU GSTEM, you will receive your NYU NetID. Your NetID is your online identifier and consists of your initials followed by a series of numbers (ex. abc1234). You are expected to activate your NetID and set-up your NYU email as soon as you are able. Instructions are online.
Once your NetID is active and you have created a password, you can log-in to NYUHome to access your NYU email account, and Albert, the system through which you can view your program schedule, pay your bill, and request your transcript.
Please note that all communications you will receive from NYU and NYU GSTEM will take place over NYU email. Be sure to check your NYU email often so you don’t miss important information!
- Activate your Net ID
Go to http://start.nyu.edu and follow the instructions. Your NetID is your login and username for your NYU e-mail account.
- Log in to NYUHome service and NYUAlbert
Go to http://home.nyu.edu and enter your NetID and password. Visit the various tabs to familiarize yourself with the layout and information available. Confirm that you have access to your e-mail account. Albert (NYU’s student information system) displays your schedule. From the NYUHome Welcome screen, click on the tab labeled “Academics.” On the upper left side of the Academics page, click the box labeled “Albert Login.” You will now be at the Albert Welcome screen.
- Accept/Decline Your Admissions Offer
Once logged into Albert, select “Applicants” and then “Application Status” to Accept or Decline your admissions offer.
- Check your NYU E-mail
Once you activate your NYUHome account you can check your NYU e-mail by logging in to NYUHome and clicking the “E-mail” link, or navigating directly to email.nyu.edu, and using your NYUHome credentials. All NYU correspondence from this point on will be sent to your NYU e-mail address.If you are having difficulty accessing your NYU email account, be sure you’ve activated your account by following these steps:
1. Clear your browser cache and cookies by going into your web browser’s internet options.
2. Go to start.nyu.edu.
3. Enter your netID (which is the ID you were given via email that contains your initials followed by three or four numbers). Then click ‘Start.’
4. Re-enter your password and click ‘Continue.’
5. Select the third item, ‘Set an NYU Google Apps for Education password.’
6. Enter a new password and follow the instructions on the screen to complete activation of your email account.
7. Once your email account has been activated, go to home.nyu.edu and sign into NYU Home.
8. To access your NYU email account, click on ‘E-mail’ under the NYU Home banner on the upper right hand corner.
Read the NYU GSTEM Handbook and Submit Required Program Forms
All students and parents/guardians should read the NYU GSTEM Handbook so you are familiar with the rules and policies of the program.
The Handbook includes a list of required forms all students must submit to NYU GSTEM by June 14, 2015 in order to participate in the program.
Click here for more detailed information about how to upload program forms: UPLOADING Program forms.
Pay Your Bill
Once you are registered in the NYU GSTEM program, you will receive an e-bill at your NYU email address from the NYU Bursar Office. You will be required to pay your bill by the deadline, which is May 16th, 2015.Students who are admitted after May 18th will be required to pay their tuition bill within six business days of being admitted into the program.
You can access your bill via NYUHome and Albert 24 hours a day.
Log in to your NYUHome account.
Open Albert and enter your Student Center.
Click on “View Bursar Account” (bottom right hand corner under Finances).
Follow the instructions to make a payment.
The preferred method of payment is by electronic check. There is no additional fee for this safe and secure service. If you are unable to pay using an electronic check, please select one of NYU’s other methods of payment.
If you would like to grant a parent access to your account, follow the directions here. Account activity can be viewed by signing into eSuite, the billing and payment system, and clicking on “View Activity” under the “My Account” tab.
Right before the start of the program, it is a good idea to double check your student account to make sure everything is in order and your balance is settled.
Register with the Moses Center (optional)
Henry and Lucy Moses Center for Students with Disabilities:
726 Broadway, 2nd floor
The Moses Center for Students with Disabilities (CSD) assists students in obtaining appropriate and reasonable accommodations and services. Accommodations are determined on a case-by-case basis; however, examples include arrangements for physically accessible spaces and supplemental lecture notes.
Students are strongly encouraged to contact CSD well in advance (a minimum of one month) of the beginning of NYU GSTEM to allow necessary time to review disability requests and implement accommodations. Please contact CSD with any questions you may have about their services.
Submit your NYUCard Photo Online
All NYU GSTEM students must have their NYUCards by the first day of the program. The card not only acts as your NYU student ID, it grants you access to NYU buildings and services, and you can use it for student discounts around the city.
A few weeks before the start of NYU STEM, you should go online to the NYUCard Center photo submission website and log-in to the photoID system with your netID and password. After you upload your own ID photo, NYU Card Center staff will review your photo and email you if your photo is accepted. Once your photo is accepted, you can visit the NYU Card Center in person at 7 Washington Place to retrieve your NYUCard. You must bring a regular photo ID with you to get your card. More information about getting your NYUCard is online.
More information about the NYUCard is online.