If you ever have questions about Spring in New York, NYU, or New York City, let us know! There are many resources available to help you: University Programs, the Student Resource Center, and of course, your academic advisor!
Academic Resource Center, 18 Washington Place
University Programs oversees Spring in New York and can help you with questions about the term such as course adding/dropping, advising, housing, and bill payment!
Student Resource Center
Kimmel Center for University Life, 60 Washington Square South
The Student Resource Center (SRC) specializes in answering questions about NYU and New York City. They answer any type of question, whether you are lost in midtown and don’t know how to get back to campus or you are just looking for information about a service at NYU or the location of a class. They welcome all inquiries, sane and crazy. Go ahead, ask them!
Your primary source of all information and the first person you should reach out to is your academic advisor! Mike West is the academic advisor for all Spring in New York students. He is available at the Academic Resource Center at 18 Washington Place, at email@example.com, or at 212-998-2272.
Some Spring in New York cohorts (Brazil Science Mobility Program, International Exchange at the College of Arts and Science, and Faculty Resource Network Exchange) have different academic advisors. More information about academic advising, including the contact information of specific cohort advisors, is available in the Spring in New York Student Handbook.