Admitted students: next steps
Congratulations on your acceptance to the NYU Teacher Residency! You’ve been selected to join a diverse community of aspiring teachers ready to make a positive difference in the lives of students.
Now that the hard part is over, it’s time to make your plans. Follow the steps below to review your offer and make your decision.
- Step 1: Activate your NYU NetID
- Step 2: View financial aid and review tuition and fees
- Step 3: Accept and deposit, or decline your offer
- Obtain NYU ID Card
- Get to know your senior student services advisor
- Orientation Week
- Prepare to start at your residency school site
- Fulfill health and immunization requirements
- Enroll in or waive NYU health insurance
- Complete required training
- Make up deficiencies
Accept or decline your offer
Step 1: Activate your NetID
Note: You will need to wait at least 24 hours from the date of viewing your acceptance message to activate your NetID and follow the steps outlined below.
Included in your acceptance message is your NetID, a unique alphanumeric code that NYU assigns to you (e.g., xyz123). Your NetID is not your University ID number (which is a nine character ID number starting with a capital N).
You will use your NetID and password to access your NYUHome account, which is a customizable web interface that links you to your NYU email account as well as other systems and tools.
Step 2: View your financial aid award and review tuition and fees
If you filed your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), you will receive an email from the Office of Financial Aid with guidance on how to view any scholarships and financial aid in our student information system, Albert. You should expect to hear within two weeks after receiving your official acceptance message if you filed your FAFSAs.
You will not be able to access your financial aid until you receive an email notice from the Office of Financial Aid. When it becomes available, you will be able to follow the instructions included in the email to view your package. You can offset your tuition costs with federally subsidized loans, TEACH grants, and the teacher loan forgiveness program, if eligible.
- Learn more about tuition and fees
- Make sure you completed your FAFSAs for both 2020-2021 and 2021-2022
If you have questions about the status of your financial aid package, your FAFSAs, or student loans, contact NYU’s Office of Financial Aid at 212-998-4444 or email@example.com.
Step 3: Accept and deposit, or decline your offer
We hope you will join our incoming class! Whether you decide to join the NYU Steinhardt community or you choose to decline our offer, please let us know your decision.
Your acceptance is only final when we receive your nonrefundable tuition deposit to secure your space. Upon submitting your deposit, you will be cleared for registration in your first Summer course module.
- Complete the licensure disclosure and acknowledgement form sent via DocuSign. This form confirms you understand you are enrolling in a professional licensure program and that licensure requirements differ from state to state and may change frequently.
- Log on to Albert using your NYU NetID and password
- Select the Applicants tab (not the Student tab)
- Go to the Admissions section and select the View Application Status button
- Click the Admission Offer button at the top of the page
- Click the Accept/Decline button
- Click Accept Offer
- Follow the prompts until you confirm your final decision. Please be prepared to pay the required nonrefundable tuition deposit by e-check or credit card. After you make your final decision, the Admission Offer button will no longer be available to you.
NOTE: If you experience problems with the credit card payment screen not appearing, please disable your browser’s popup blockers.
Attending? What to do soon
Share your good news!
Congratulations on becoming part of the NYU Steinhardt community! Now take a moment to let everyone know you’re #NYUSteinhardtBound. Print out one of the #NYUSteinhardtBound JPGs and take a photo with it. Don’t forget to tag us on Twitter or Instagram (@nyusteinhardt), and follow to hear about upcoming takeovers and see what it’s like to be an NYU Steinhardt graduate student.
You can also share your good news and meet your new classmates on the #NYUSteinhardtBound page.
Check your NYU email account regularly
Once you have accepted our offer by paying your tuition deposit, we will activate your NYU email account as early as March. Most University offices, including Graduate Admissions, Financial Aid, and the Bursar, will communicate with you via your NYU email account exclusively, so be sure to check it often.
Send in final official transcript(s)
Confirm with Jenifer Graf that official transcripts have been received.
To enroll at NYU Steinhardt, we require that you send us official transcripts by August 1 as follows:
- One final transcript showing conferral of your undergraduate degree (baccalaureate or equivalent). It must list the date the degree was awarded and the title of the degree.
- One final transcript from any institution at which a degree was conferred (e.g. if you received a master’s degree).
- One transcript from any institution at which you did graduate-level work, even if a degree was not conferred.
Each transcript you send must be an original, official transcript with the registrar’s stamp or signature. Scanned, photocopied, or uploaded transcripts submitted as part of your online application for admission do not fulfill this requirement. Documents in a language other than English must be accompanied by notarized translations.
Attending? What to do before classes begin
Obtain NYU ID Card
If you’re near NYC, consider obtaining your NYU ID card. Your NYU ID Card gives you access to NYU buildings including the libraries, fitness centers, and computer labs. Getting your NYU student ID, known around campus as your NYUCard, is now easier than ever. Visit the NYUCard website to upload a photo and start the process.
Get to know your senior student services advisor
Julia Conran, senior student services advisor, will be your main point of contact for support with course registration, module credit allocation, or anything else related to your academic year. You can reach Julia via email or call 888-892-8270 ext 091.
To help you make the most of all of the experiences and opportunities that lie ahead, the faculty have designed a virtual Orientation Week, in June, for you to get to know the program, your cohort, and the faculty. As you get closer this week, Julia will be the one to provide you all of the preparation materials, schedules, and links you will need in order to successfully participate.
Prepare to start at your residency school site
You will begin your school-based residency in August or September. The teaching modality (in-person, remote, or hybrid) of your residency school site will be determined by any local COVID-related guidelines. Your entire residency is essentially a job interview so it’s important to play the part. Be on time, take your role seriously, and immerse yourself in the classroom experience.
Residency details (full day)
- Review details and requirements in your offer letter carefully. Reach out to the district/charter human resources personnel with any questions related to your employment.
- Fingerprints are required in every district/charter organization. Please connect with your district/charter human resources personnel for timeline expectations.
Residency details (half day)
- You will receive further information regarding your placement in August.
- Fingerprints are required in every district/charter organization. Your residency director will provide more details with timeline expectations during orientation week.
Fulfill health and immunization requirements
If you plan to be on campus, other than for the optional graduation ceremony attendance, you must submit an immunization history form by the first day of the Teacher Residency program. If you are contacted about missing documentation and do not plan to be on campus, email firstname.lastname@example.org to let them know you are an online student.
Enroll in or waive NYU health insurance
Students are enrolled automatically in the NYU-sponsored Student Health Insurance Plan as part of the course registration process. Students must complete the online enrollment/waiver process each academic year beginning in the summer to ensure they have enrolled in the plan of their choice; supplemented their current insurance with an NYU-sponsored plan; or waived the NYU-sponsored plans. Please review the waiver deadlines so you know when the online enrollment system will be available for Summer classes.
Some district/charter partners offer healthcare. Be sure to check with your district/charter to understand the benefits offered to you and when they start.
Complete required training
In an effort to maintain a safe and aware community, all incoming graduate and undergraduate students are required to complete an online education course on sexual misconduct prevention and response at NYU by August 1. You can also access the course by visiting campusclarity.com and using your NYU Home credentials to log in.
Make up deficiencies
If deficiency credits are identified in your acceptance letter, you must fulfill them by the time you complete the program. We recommend you complete these courses in spring, before Orientation Week, or during the summer. You can either take a CLEP test or a college course to satisfy the missing credits.
Once completed, you can email official transcripts or CLEP test results directly to Melissa Bonaparte. Contact your senior student services advisor with any questions by phone at 888-892-8270 ext 091 or email Julia Conran.
Enrollment (for questions about enrollment until the first week of classes)
Office of Financial Aid (for questions about financial aid)
Office of the Bursar (for questions about your bill or payment plans)
On behalf of the staff of the Office of Graduate Admissions, we welcome you!