Step 1 - Activate your NYU NetID to access Albert
You will access Albert, NYU's registration system, through your NYUHome account. To access NYUHome, you first need to activate your NetID by following these instructions. Once activated, you will be able to sign into Albert. Transfer students may begin registration on Tuesday, June 15, 2021. First-Year students may begin registration on Wednesday, June 16, 2021.
The Advisor Approval Hold will be automatically removed prior to your registration time.
Step 2 - Review Fall Semester Required Classes
The following is a basic outline of what courses you will enroll in for Fall. Your advisor will send you more specific registration instructions by June 8th.
|Primary Studio I - THEA-UT (Course Number for Studio)
Introduction to Theatre Studies - THEA-UT 500 (Lecture)
or Introduction to Theatre Production - THEA-UT 510 (Lecture & Recitation) and Ethics of Collaboration - THEA-UT 138 (Lecture) (0 credit)
|Expository Writing/Art and The World (You must choose a Monday/Wednesday section) - EXPOS-UA 5*||4 units|
|See all Drama Curriculum||16 units|
*Transfer students select a General Education Course (XXXX-UA) or upper-level Theatre Studies Course (THEA-UT 600 - 799) in place of the Expository Writing requirement if you have fulfilled this requirement. Refer to your Statement of Transfer Credit for fulfilled requirements.
Step 3 - Search and Choose Classes in Albert
Login to Albert. Search classes by course code and course number. The -UT suffix denotes classes in the Tisch School of the Arts. The -UA suffix denotes classes in the College of Arts and Science. Please use the class numbers to register for courses.
The Albert Student Center is your self-service tool for registration needs. Review the Albert Help Guides to learn features like how to register for courses and to add yourself to a wait list by using the "swapping classes" function.
After you register for courses, you will receive an email from the Bursar to view your E-bill for tuition, fees, and housing. Please pay by the payment due date or you will be de-enrolled from your courses for non-payment.
Your advisor will be in touch with you via email over the summer to begin a conversation about your artistic and academic goals and interests and to begin the development of your graduation plan. You will also meet with your advisor in a group setting during Drama Orientation in late August which is a requirement for all students.
Have Registration Questions? Contact your advisor.