To double major in Philosophy (or in any department where there is an approved second major), you must first discuss the requirements of the major with the chair or director of undergraduate studies of that department. You must then fill out the double major/minor form (available in your major (Tisch) department). After an advisor from the second department completes the appropriate section of the form, the form is then submitted to the home department for approval. Once approved, the second major is recorded on the official transcript.
Welcome to Tisch! Whether you're just joining us or are preparing to graduate at Salute, we are excited to have you with us and want to provide you with information to make your journey at Tisch and NYU as seamless as possible!
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Registration is typically in November for the spring term and in April for the fall term. Registration advising begins a month in advance of the registration period. You will receive notifications regarding registration advising appointments from your department.
Please complete the online cross-school minor form. Your home school and the minor department will be notified about your request to declare the minor. Once approved, your home school (Tisch) will post the minor on your record.
If you are a student from another division of NYU (e.g., CAS, GSP, Stern, Gallatin, Steinhardt), you may complete the online internal transfer application. Please note that some departments have portfolio requirements that must go directly to the department. Visit the department's webpage for more about portfolio requirements. Students must be enrolled in the division to which they were originally admitted for one full year before they may transfer to another division.
You can complete the Tisch Internal Transfer Application. Students must be enrolled in the department to which they were originally admitted for one full year before they may transfer to another department.
You should speak to your advisor or an administrator in your department about filling out a leave of absence request. If you are seeking a leave of absence for medical reasons, you must also meet with Todd Pettiford, Director of Student Affairs. You can call him for an appointment at 212-998-1593.
Students wanting to be readmitted to Tisch should fill out the Application for Re-admission. This is for undergraduate students only. Questions can be addressed to Patricia Decker by contacting Student Affairs at 212-998-1900.
Everything you need to know to register for the fall is contained in your departmental registration handbook. The new student registration handbooks contain detailed information about registration, degree requirements, courses, and more. If you have questions, contact your department or the Tisch Office of Student Affairs at 212-998-1900.
During Orientation you will have opportunities to meet new students and faculty as well as attend workshops, presentations, and socials that will help you acclimate to Tisch and and NYU. Information for the fall 2017 orientation will be updated after May 1. For now, please visit the link below for information regarding the 2016 orientation.
Please also visit Next Stop NYU for important dates and information.
Learn more about New Student Orientation here.
Upon arrival in the fall semester, students will check-in at their specific residence hall's Resource Center. Residential Life and Housing Services staff will be available to greet students and provide them with important check-in materials including keys, room inventory reports, area attractions, along with residence hall policies, procedures and amenities.
- When will I receive my housing assignment?
Students will receive "Move-In Day" instructions with parking information, tips on what to bring and arrival times with their room assignment. Information about roommates will be included in the housing notification which is communicated via email in July. Students will also receive a move-in appointment time and contact information of their roommate(s).
- What is move-in day like?
Approximately 4000 new students will be moving into NYU residence halls on the same day, which makes check-in exciting and very hectic. Students will receive a move-in time with their housing assignment, so keeping with the assigned time helps to make the process smoother for everyone. Staff will be on hand to assist with unloading cars, parking directions, and carts. To make the process a bit smoother, remember that many items can be purchased in the city or delivered to the residence hall after the student has moved in. Visit the NYU Welcome Day page for information on the specific activities that compliment Move-In Day.