Getting your NYU student ID, known around campus as your NYUCard, is now easier than ever.
Visiting students/first-time card holders: visit photoid.nyu.edu to submit a photo online and, once approved by the NYUCard Center team, have your NYUCard created. Photos approved by August 4 will be processed and sent to your study away site ahead of your arrival.
Note: You must be registered for 12-18 credits for your ID to be successfully created.
Current and returning students: Please remember to bring your NYU ID card with you to your study away site!
By now, you should have already:
Please make sure you’re on top of your to-dos!
Many of you have been working with Justin Williams in the Office of Global Services for assistance with your visa. Justin will be leaving NYU on July 25th – permanently! Everyone should have a good idea of where you are in the visa process; if not, please read this blog post, and contact email@example.com before July 25th if you have any questions.
After July 25th, all visa-related questions should continue to be addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org. All non-visa questions regarding NYU Shanghai should be addressed to email@example.com.
Now that you have completed your housing application within the Study Away Confirmation Portal, I know many of you can’t wait to find out your housing assignments. Thank you for your patience as these placements are confirmed. You’ll receive an email from Shanghai staff approximately two weeks before arrival with details about your living arrangements for the coming semester.
Ebills will be sent to your NYU email next week around July 15. In addition to paying them by the deadline (August 5), consider setting up direct deposit with NYU if you anticipate receiving any portion in the form of a refund. This will minimize the time it takes to receive these funds.
Instructions on how to do so can be found on the Bursar’s website here.
As a reminder, health history forms are due to the NYU Health Center by August 1.
NYU students should have picked these up at 726 Broadway, 3rd floor prior to leaving campus for the semester.
Visiting students should have received these at their permanent address in early June.
If you have any questions or still need to obtain these forms, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 212-443-1199.
All students received a Special Notice on Chinese Visas from NYU Shanghai on Friday, June 20th. Please be sure to read this announcement.
All students should have received their NYU Shanghai admission letter at this time. If you have not received it, please check your inbox for an email from email@example.com with pick-up instructions.
Once you have your admissions letter, please see this previous post for more information on how to apply for your visa.