This is the final post of the NYU January Term 2014 blog. We hope you have found this blog helpful as you prepared for the term and while you were here. We also hope you enjoyed your time at NYU this winter and wish you the best with your future studies!
Should you have any questions about January Term after the term is over, do not hesitate to contact us!
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Don’t forget to submit your responses to the NYU January Term Student Survey! All students should have received a link to the survey via their NYU email. If you did not receive information about the survey, please contact us. Your feedback about January Term is incredibly important and helps the University make January Term better every year!
Students who complete the survey are automatically entered into a raffle for a chance to win an iPad mini!
Once you complete your January Term course, you will be able to view your final grade online via NYUHome in your Student Center by selecting “Transcript-Unofficial” from the drop down menu. It may take your professor some time to evaluate the work of all students in your class, so please give your professor at least 2-3 weeks to post final grades. If you do not receive a final grade within a month of the last day of January Term, it is fine to email your professor to inquire about the status of your grade.
Transcripts are not automatically emailed or mailed to students at the end of the term.
After you receive your final course grade, you can request a copy of your official NYU transcript anytime online via NYUHome and your Student Center by selecting “Transcript-Official” from the drop down menu. Information about requesting a transcript is available on the NYU Registrar website.
If you are living on campus, be sure to make any arrangements you need to ensure you can move-out on time! All students must be checked out of their NYU residence halls by noon on Saturday, January 25.
If you have any questions about moving out, please speak with the staff at the front desk of your residence hall or call NYU Housing Services directly at 212-998-4600.
As a reminder, the University will be closed for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day on Monday, January 20. Most offices and buildings will be closed and no classes will be held. We wish you a restful long weekend!
January Term courses can be stressful, so if you are feeling the strain, reach out to these resources on campus to help you lower anxiety levels and blow off some steam.
The Wellness Exchange is available to all students and connects you to services at NYU that support your overall health and mental health needs. The Exchange is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week by calling 212-443-9999, and it puts you in touch with professionals who can help you address day-to-day challenges and questions, as well as any crises you may encounter including depression, sexual assault, anxiety, and drug and alcohol abuse.
The Health Promotion Office in the Student Health Center offers lots of resources to students to help reduce stress and simply live well! For information and resources, stop by the Office on the 3rd floor of 726 Broadway.
There is plenty to do in New York City, so don’t miss out on some wonderful opportunities this winter!
NYU Ticket Central
Discounted tickets to Broadway and off-Broadway shows, sports games, movies, and other events around campus and the city are available to you through Ticket Central. For more information, and to sign up for the mailing of winter specials, visit the Ticket Central website.
Go to museums for free! NYU’s Freeseums program allows you to use your NYUCard to get free admission to some of the city’s finest cultural institutions. For a full list of museums, visit the Freeseums website.
Time Out New York
Keeping New Yorkers in the know, this magazine has a comprehensive calendar listing events in the city and countless “Best Of New York” articles as well as frequent lists of the top 30 things you should do in a given weekend.
The Village Voice
This local newspaper is also a fantastic reference for events, activities, and random excitements in the city.