Don’t forget to confirm your place in the program! Instructions below (if you previously logged into NYU Home and were unable to accept the offer, please clear your browser history/cache – this will delete the information your computer stored about your previous NYUHome session – before attempting to log in again). Reservation fees are encouraged by October 15.
Accept or Decline Our Offer Online: Log on to your NYUHome account > Select the “Academics” Tab > Select the “Albert” login link > Click on the “Applicants” link > Select the “Application Status” link under the “Admissions” heading > Click the “Admission Offer” button at the top of the page > Click the “Accept/Decline” link to accept or decline the Admission offer > Click either the “Accept Offer” or “Decline Offer” button > Follow the prompts until you confirm your final decision.
If you accept our offer, please be prepared to pay the required non-refundable reservation fee by e-check. After you make your final decision, the “Admission Offer” button will no longer be available to you.
By mail or in person (only if you are unable to accept offer online): Please mail a completed Confirmation Form and a check or money order payable to “New York University” to NYU Office of Global Programs, 110 East 14th Street, Lower Level, New York, NY 10003
Note: Please DO NOT SEND CASH. The check or money order must be in U.S. funds only and include your University ID number (see above) and Study Away site in the memo section. Once we receive your reservation fee, the “Admission Offer” button will no longer be available to you.
**It is this confirmation form and reservation fee that guarantees your place in the program. Please note that programs space is limited. If the program reaches capacity before we receive your reservation fee, you will be placed on a waitlist. Reservation fees are encouraged within two weeks of acceptance to the program**
Tisch Professional Track Students: This confirmation process and fee does not apply. You will get information from Sarah Ryndak in Tisch’s Office of Special Programs.