Prepare for Summer Math
All admitted students need to complete these steps before the program begins.
Program Dates & Details
- Activate your NYU NetID and accept/deny your admission to the program (instructions in your admission letter)
- Read the NYU Summer Programs Student Handbook
- Submit required program forms
- Take the math placement exam
- Register with the Center for Students with Disabilities (if applicable)
- Submit your ID photo online for your NYUCard
- View and pay tuition fees
- Attend orientation
Program Dates & Details
- Placement exams: July 9 or July 14, 2020
- Program forms due: July 31, 2020
- Orientation: August 7, 2020
- First day of class: August 10, 2020
- Last day of class: August 28, 2020 (celebration day)
Class Schedule & Location
August 10 - 28, 2020, Monday-Thursday, Online via Zoom
Attendance is mandatory to participate in the program. Students are expected to attend every day for the full day. More details about remote learning will be released soon.
August 7, 11AM, Online via ZOOMOrientation is mandatory for all students and will cover information students need to know to succeed in the program. Information discussed will include class expectations and schedule, NYU resources and services, and program and university policies. Students will also have the opportunity to meet their instructors and fellow math scholars.
NYU Bursar's office will notify you when your bill is available for view in NYU Albert. Please click here for instructions on how to view and pay your bill electronically.
As summer students on campus, Summer Math students have access to many of NYU's resources and services.
- Bobst Library
- Student Health Center (SHC)
- Wellness Exchange The Wellness Exchange is available 24/7, and it puts students in touch with professionals who can help address day-to-day challenges and questions, as well as any crises a student may encounter including depression, stress, and anxiety.
- Public Safety
- Moses Center for Students with Disabilities
- NYU Bookstore & Computer Store
- NYUCard Center
70 Washington Square SouthBobst Library houses more than 3.7 million volumes, several special collections, the Avery Fisher Center for Music and Media, and over 25,000 seats for study and computing.
726 Broadway, 3rd and 4th FloorsThe Student Health Center(SHC) provides students with urgent care in case of illness or injury. The Student Health Center is available to all students, but its services may not be covered by a student's private insurance. Students are encouraged to carry their health insurance cards at all times in case of an emergency.
561 LaGuardia PlacePublic Safety provides emergency help and information 24 hours a day. Guards are posted in most NYU buildings and patrol the campus area. University buildings with green lights outside the main entrance have guards on duty 24 hours a day, and emergency call boxes are located throughout campus. Public Safety also manages the University's lost and found.
Public Safety Tips: We want all students to be safe while traveling around the city. Basic safety tips are available on the NYU Public Safety website. All students are encouraged to read this information prior to the start of class.
726 Broadway, 2nd FloorStudents in need of support due to any kind of special need are encouraged to contact the Moses Center to register with that office prior to the start of the program. The Moses Center determines a student's qualified disability status and assists the student in obtaining appropriate accommodations and services.
726 BroadwayThe Bookstore and Computer Store are available for students to purchase textbooks, books, class supplies, and NYU souvenirs.
7 Washington PlaceAll students must have an NYUCard. It grants you access to NYU buildings, resources, and services. If a student loses or damages their NYUCard, they can get a new ID at the Card Center for a $25 replacement fee.
We hope the information you and your student find on this website is helpful as you prepare for the program. As a parent, the best thing you can do to assist your student with preparations is to discuss the program with one another. Conversations about what to expect while studying at NYU can be immensely helpful.
Students sometimes arrive on campus with little information about what they need to do or what their experience will be like at NYU, because parents take the lead on preparations. If you are overseeing program preparations, we encourage you to include your student. It will help them know what to expect before they arrive and get the most out of their NYU experience once they are here.
All website information may be helpful to you, but the following are highlights for parents: