NON-MATRICULATED STUDENT APPLICATION AND REGISTRATION GUIDE

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1 COLLEGE OF NURSING Office of Student Affairs and Admissions 726 Broadway, 10 th Floor New York, NY Telephone: (212) Fax: (212) NON-MATRICULATED STUDENT APPLICATION AND REGISTRATION GUIDE Page 1 of 7

2 APPLICATION PROCESS Prospective students are welcome, with the approval of New York University College of Nursing s Office of Student Affairs and Admissions, to take undergraduate prerequisite or graduate core courses as nonmatriculated (non-degree) students. Students seeking permission to register as a non-matriculated student must be U.S. citizens or Permanent Residents, and have an appropriate undergraduate grade point average. Approval to register as a non-matriculated student is subject to the rules and regulations of the College of Nursing and New York University. Policies and procedures in the College of Nursing as well as those of the United States government do not permit enrollment of international students in a non-matriculated status. International students must submit an application for admission as matriculated students. To take courses as a non-matriculated student, submission of the Application for Non-Matriculated (Non- Degree) Status is required along with a non-refundable application fee and official transcript(s) in a sealed envelope. The Application for Non-Matriculated (Non-Degree) Status is available from the College of Nursing Office of Student Affairs and Admissions, 726 Broadway, 10 th Floor, (212) , or online at Approval to take courses as a non-matriculated student does not signify acceptance to the College of Nursing s degree programs. Prospective students interested in applying to the College of Nursing s baccalaureate, master s or doctoral degree program must submit the required application for admission. Information on the admissions procedure is available on the College of Nursing website at APPLICATION DEADLINE The Application for Non-Matriculated (Non-Degree) Status, the required non-refundable application fee, and an official transcript(s) in a sealed envelope must be received by New York University College of Nursing, Office of Student Affairs and Admissions, 726 Broadway, 10th Floor, New York, NY by the application deadline of: May 1 for the Summer (May August) semester August 1 for the Fall (September December) semester December 1 for the Spring (January May) semester Applications will not be accepted after the start of a semester. Students approved to register as a non-matriculated student will receive an official letter of approval from the College of Nursing Office of Student Affairs and Admissions. Please allow three to six weeks after submission of your application to receive a decision. REGISTRATION A maximum of 20 credits (undergraduate) and 12 credits (graduate) may be taken as a non-matriculated student. Non-matriculated students can only register for select courses in the College of Nursing ( N prefix courses), the Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development ( E prefix courses), and the College of Arts and Sciences ( V prefix courses). The select courses available to nonmatriculated students are identified in the table below. Non-matriculated students cannot register for nursing major courses. Non-matriculated students interested in enrolling in courses other than those listed must contact the NYU School and/or department of interest and complete a separate application with that School/department. Undergraduate Prerequisites CHEM-UA 120: Introduction to Modern Chemistry with lab, 5 credits NURSE-UN 70: Anatomy & Physiology, Semester Graduate Core Courses Offered F/ S NURSE-GN Introduction to Statistics for the Health Professions, 3 credits F / S/Su NURSE-GN : Nursing Research, Semester Offered F/ S /Su F/ S /Su Page 2 of 7

3 3 credits 3 credits NURSE-UN 75: Microbiology, 3 credits F / S NURSE-GN : Population Focused Care, 3 credits NURSE-UN 80: Statistics I, 3 credits F/ S NURSE-GN : Nursing Issues & Trends Within the Health Care Delivery System, 3 credits NUTR-UE 119: Nutrition and Health, F/ S /Su 3 credits APSY-UE 1271: Survey of F/ S Developmental Psychology, 3 credits Semester Key: F Fall semester / S Spring semester / Su Summer semester (Course availability and semester of offering are subject to change at any time) F / S F / S Please Note: Non-matriculated students will be cleared to register after the orientation and registration period for all newly admitted and currently matriculated students. The College of Nursing cannot guarantee the availability of courses to non-matriculated students. The options to audit or take courses pass/fail are not available to non-matriculated students. Financial aid, University housing, and student health insurance are not available to nonmatriculated students. ADVISEMENT CLEARANCE STEPS Step 1: Once approved to take courses, you should search the availability and schedule of classes through the NYU Registrar website at click on Course Search. You may also want to refer to the College of Nursing Academic Bulletin, which can be viewed at Step 2: Please complete the Registration Worksheet located on Page 7 of this Guide and fax to the College of Nursing Office of Student Affairs and Admissions at Please note: All non-matriculated students are cleared to register for courses after all matriculated students have registered. Step 3: Once cleared to register by the College of Nursing Office of Student Affairs and Admissions, you should follow the steps to register for courses via Albert. You should also review the University Registrar calendar at for important deadlines for registration and tuition payment. REGISTERING FOR COURSES ON ALBERT Albert is New York University s online student registration system. Albert is accessed through the NYUHome web portal Before you can access Albert you must first activate your NYU NetID and NYUHome account by doing the following: 1) Your NYU NetID is the prefix of your NYU address. The NetID may be found on your NYU ID Card or you can log on to the NYU ITS Start page at click on Don t know your NetID? and follow the online instructions. 2) Once you have activated your NYU NetID, complete the steps for activating your NYUHome account. 3) You now have access to Albert. Click the Academics tab in the upper-left portion of the NYUHome window; you will see Albert for Students, click on Student Login to be taken to the online registration system. Page 3 of 7

4 On Albert you can check the availability of courses, register, view your schedule, print an unofficial NYU transcript, update your personal profile, and obtain your tuition bill. For registration related functions, please select one of the features listed underneath the Registration menu. For assistance with using Albert click on Help located on Albert s home page. REGISTRATION STATUS allows you to check your eligibility to register. Look here for your registration appointment time (if applicable) and advisor approval posting. Please note that it is advisable to also check the Stops feature under the Personal Profile menu bar in order to see a comprehensive list of any stops that may exist on your record. COURSE STATUS allows you to search for courses by subject area to help you create your schedule. You can also perform more specific searches by course meeting day(s) and times. STUDENT SCHEDULE shows you your schedule by semester (term). REGISTER allows you to register for courses. Once you select the term and click SUBMIT you will be taken to the main registration page. The Current Schedule area of the page will show the courses you are enrolled to date for the requested term. Dropping courses takes place in this section. The Course Request portion of the page is used to register for courses by call number. If a course requires an access code, you will be prompted to enter that code after you click SUBMIT. If you are adding and dropping a course, we suggest you use the CONDITIONAL ADD/DROP feature. ALBERT will check to see if you will gain entry to a course BEFORE dropping a course. The bottom portion of the page allows you to perform a section search. This is a useful search tool that will help you find available classes and the search results will indicate any course prerequisites and/or restrictions, as well as available spaces remaining in each class. You can either search for all available courses, or just the courses that are available AND fit your schedule. After you submit your registration requests, you will receive the results of your request. You will see the courses in which you are now enrolled, closed courses, waitlist option for courses with a waitlist, restrictions and time conflicts, and messages regarding linked activity courses (if, for example, you register for a lecture but not the corresponding lab or recitation, a message will be displayed). WAITLISTING Some courses are set up with a waitlist that is offered when the course closes. If you choose to put your name on the waitlist, it is vital that you understand your responsibilities regarding the following two policies: the flat fee for full time students is based on enrollment for points and that your school has established a maximum credit limit which is usually not more than 18 points. If you gain entrance into a waitlisted course, you are responsible for: 1) Payment of all points generated by enrollment in the course, including points beyond the flat fee range for full-time students. 2) Adjusting your schedule so the enrollment in the waitlisted course does not take you above the maximum credit load of your college. Waitlists are active through the first week of class. You should check your schedule frequently to see if you have been put in a waitlisted class. Be sure to adjust your schedule according to the rules above. Some course instructors choose to set priorities for their course waitlists by giving preference to certain groups of students. These include graduating seniors, department majors or other classifications. If you place your name on a prioritized waitlist, your position on that waitlist may drop if your classification is outside the parameters set by the department. DROP/ADD PERIOD During the Fall and Spring semesters FIRST WEEK: Signature of an admissions advisor is required before adding or dropping courses (includes even exchanges) and also for withdrawing from the University. SECOND - THIRD WEEK: Signatures of an admission advisor and Assistant Dean for Student Affairs and Admissions are required when the student is adding or dropping courses to his/her program (includes Page 4 of 7

5 even exchanges). Students attempting to register for the first time must have an approved Registration Worksheet and a Course Permission Form from the department in which the class is being taken. AFTER THIRD WEEK: Students will not be permitted to register after the third week of the term. If you drop a course after the end of the third week of the term the course will remain on your record with a grade of W. During the Summer semester: Due to the intensive nature of New York University s summer and winter intersession programs the Drop/Add policy for each session is according to days instead of weeks. Please review the NYU Directory of Classes for more information. FIRST DAY OF SESSION: Signature of an admissions advisor is required before adding or dropping courses (includes even exchanges) and also for withdrawing from the University. SECOND AND THIRD DAYS OF SESSION: Signatures of an admissions advisor and Assistant Dean for Student Affairs and Admissions are required when the student is adding or dropping courses to his/her program (includes even exchanges). Students attempting to register for the first time must have an approved Registration Worksheet and a Course Permission Form from the department in which the class is being taken. AFTER THIRD DAY OF SESSION: Students will not be permitted to register after the third day of session. If you drop a course after the end of third day of the session, the course will remain on your record with a grade of W. TUITION PAYMENT Upon completion of the registration process on Albert, you must submit full tuition payment to the University Bursar at 25 West 4 th Street. You can review the University s current tuition and registration fee schedule as well as payment deadlines on the Bursar s website at Please note: The University reserves the right to block registration and withhold all information regarding the record of any student who is in arrears in the payment of tuition, fees, loans or other for as long as any arrears remain. REFUND PERIOD SCHEDULE This schedule is based on the total applicable charge for tuition excluding non-returnable fees and deposits. Withdrawal Fall and Spring semesters Prior to and during the first week of classes 100%, during the second week of classes 70%, during the third week of classes 55%, during the fourth week of classes 25%, during the fifth week and after NO REFUND. Withdrawal Summer (THREE WEEK SESSIONS ONLY) Before official opening date of session 100%, on first calendar day of session 100%, on second calendar day of session 70%, on third calendar day of session 55%, on fourth calendar day of session 25%, after fourth calendar day of session NO REFUND. The College of Nursing follows the University s schedule on refunds as listed on the University Registrar calendar at and in the College of Nursing Academic Bulletin available at Students who wish to appeal for an exception to the refund policy may do so in writing to: Amy J.B. Knowles, M.S.Ed. Assistant Dean for Student Affairs and Admissions Office of Student Affairs and Admissions New York University College of Nursing New York University 726 Broadway, 10 th Floor New York, NY Page 5 of 7

6 WITHDRAWAL POLICY Non-matriculated students who register for courses are responsible for all tuition and fee charges incurred. Students who register for courses, but cannot attend must officially inform the College of Nursing by filing a Change of Program form. We will also accept written notification via mail or fax to the College of Nursing, Office of Student Affairs and Admissions, 726 Broadway, 10th Floor, New York, New York 10003, fax to (212) Refunds will be computed from the day on which written notice of withdrawal is received. No change in your class schedule is valid unless it is reported to the College of Nursing Office of Student Affairs and Admissions, the Office of the University Registrar, and the Office of the Bursar on the Change of Program forms (drop/add). NYU ID Card You may obtain your NYU I.D. Card at the NYU Card Center, 7 East 12th Street (between 5th Avenue and University Place), (212) 443-CARD. PROOF OF IMMUNIZATION New York University requires that all students enrolling in six or more credits to comply with New York State Public Health Law 2165, which requires all students born on or after January 1, 1957, to present proof of immunization against Measles, Mumps, and Rubella. Please contact the University Health Center with your proof of immunization and/or questions at 726 Broadway, 3rd floor, (212) TRANSCRIPT REQUESTS To request an official transcript please send a letter with your signature and the following information to: In person: Office of the University Registrar, Student Services Center, 25 West Fourth Street. In writing: Office of the University Registrar, P.O. Box 910, New York, NY By fax: (212) You must include all of the following information: 1. Student ID Number 2. Current Name and any name under which you attended NYU 3. Current Address 4. Date of Birth 5. School/College attended at NYU and for which you are requesting the transcript 6. Dates of Attendance 7. Date of Graduation 8. Full Name & Address of the person or institution to which the transcript is to be sent COLLEGE OF NURSING AND UNIVERSITY OFFICES OFFICE OF STUDENT AFFAIRS AND ADMISSIONS: 726 Broadway, 10th Floor (212) UNIVERSITY REGISTRAR: 25 West 4th Street (212) UNIVERSITY BURSAR: 25 West 4th Street (212) MAIN BOOKSTORE: 726 Broadway (212) UNIVERSITY HEALTH SERVICES: 726 Broadway, 3rd Floor (212) NYU CARD CENTER (PHOTO ID): 383 Lafayette Street (212) 443-CARD BOBST LIBRARY: 70 Washington Square South (212) Page 6 of 7

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