Be prepared for the start of class! Just follow the steps below!

1. Get Your NYUCard
Commuter students may have their picture taken and NYUCard printed in person at the NYU Card Center at 383 Lafayette Street on the corner of 4th Street.  When you are on campus on Friday, June 29 for orientation, you can get your card before or after orientation.  The Card Center will be open 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. on Friday.
Residential students who submitted their ID photos online via NYUHome may get their printed NYUCards at the NYU Card Help Desk in the lobby of the Kimmel Center for University Life, 60 Washington Square South, on move-in day.  The Help Desk will be available from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Sunday, July 1.  
Residential students who did not submit ID photos online in advance should get their NYUCards in person at the NYU Card Center first thing on Monday morning before class.
All students must show a valid government-issued photo ID in order to get their NYUCards.

2. Set Your Schedule
Residential students must be registered for two credit-bearing courses and one noncredit workshop (College Writing Workshop or Texts and Ideas).  Commuter students must be registered in at least one credit-bearing course.
All students should double-check their course registration on Albert via NYUHome.  It is best for your courses to be set by the start of classes on Monday, July 2.  The last day to add or drop a course on Albert is Sunday, July 1.

3. Get Your Books
Once your schedule is set, you can look up your textbooks online at the NYU Bookstore website.  All textbooks will be available at the NYU Bookstore.  
The Bookstore will be open on Friday, July 29 from 10:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. for commuter students on campus for orientation.
The Bookstore will be open on Sunday, July 1 from 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and residential students may get their books after move-in.

Don't forget!  Students taking College Writing Workshop should select their authors and read a few of the author's essays before the first day of class!  You don't need to read the entire book, just a selection of essays so you can discuss your author on the first day.  Fun weekend reading ahead!  And you do not need to wait to get to campus to get your books. These books are available at any bookstore such as Barnes & Noble or  Information about the course, including the list of suggested authors/books, is available above under the NYU Precollege Academics page.

4. Map Out Your Schedule
Your course schedule with classroom locations will be listed on Albert.  Map out your class locations on the campus map and get to know where you need to be before class begins!
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