Finding Your Advisor
Academic advisement is centered in a student’s school. Each school offers different types of advisement based on its curricular offerings and student needs. Because each student's needs differ and change, academic advising at NYU is multi-layered and available through multiple access points.
Select your school below for more information on your advisement process.
College of Arts and Science
Visit or contact the CAS College Advising Center:
The College Advising Center
Silver Center for the Arts & Science
100 Washington Square East, Room 905
Hours of Operation: Monday - Friday, 9:00am-5:00pm (with extended hours until 6:00pm on Thursdays)
Rory Meyers College of Nursing
Office Academic Advising and Academic Services
433 1st Avenue, LL1 Suite, NYC, NY, 10010
Hours of Operation: Monday - Friday, 9:00am - 5:00pm and by appointment
Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development
Office of the Associate Dean for Student Affairs
Advisement & Registration Services
Joseph and Violet Pless Hall
82 Washington Square East, 2nd floor
Hour of Operation: Monday to Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm and by appointment
Stern Undergraduate School of Business
Office of Academic Advising
Tisch Hall, Suite 616
40 West Fourth Street
Hours of Operation: Monday through Friday, 9:00am-5:00pm
Types of Advisement
Advising Centers are staffed by teams who are knowledgeable about the overall advising process in a school. Advising Centers are central anchor points in a school's academic advisement system and the place to go when unsure where to turn for any question or problem related to advisement.
Some students receive advisement in the department or program office of their declared or intended major. Faculty advisors focus on the knowledge, skills and experiences associated with the department. Refer to your department's website to see if departmental advisement is available.
Faculty advisors provide guidance related to both academic and professional pursuits in a particular area of study. Academic advice from faculty complements other forms of academic advisement and classroom learning. They share your passion so this is an opportunity for you to tap into their expertise in your area of concentration.
Faculty members can help your build and implement plans for coursework, independent study and internships, research opportunities, career options, and co-curricular activities that draw from University-wide resources, New York City, and beyond.
Some schools have advisors that focus on the specific needs of a particular class. Class advisors will provide course-specific guidance as a you progress through the stages of your undergraduate career.