Welcome to Speech@NYU

Congratulations on your acceptance to Speech@NYU!

Below, we’ve compiled some helpful information so you know what to expect as you prepare to enroll and begin classes.

How to Enroll

Full instructions on how to enroll can be found in your ITE.

  1. Fill out and return your intent to enroll forms.
  2. Activate your account in Albert, NYU’s student information system.
  3. Pay the enrollment deposit within Albert.
  4. Complete your initial advising form and upload your previous syllabi.
  5. If you are planning to use federal aid, complete the financial aid checklist.

Check Your NYU Email Account Regularly

Once you have accepted our offer by paying your tuition deposit, we will activate your NYU email account. Most University offices, including Financial Aid, the Bursar, Housing, and Student Affairs, will communicate with you via your NYU email account exclusively once it is activated, so be sure to check it often.

To access your NYU email account, log into NYUHome then search for the NYU Email card. If you’re using a mobile device or desktop application, review our setup instructions.

Visit the NYU website for information on add/drop deadlines and the Speech@NYU refund schedule.

Welcome and Orientation

After submitting your deposit and forms, you’ll proceed to welcome and orientation. This process will acclimate you to the online learning environment and introduce you to key program guidelines, including policies and procedures regarding academic integrity.

Attend Your Program Welcome Session

This 30-45–minute session takes place in our online classroom, where you’ll meet other students, learn important program information, test your computer’s capabilities, and ask any questions you may have. Your student success specialist will provide you with more information on scheduling.

Attend a Technical Training Office Hour

During this 30-45–minute session, your student success specialist will walk you through using the live classroom, 2NYU, and Google Drive.

Take the Orientation Course in 2NYU

During this online platform introductory course, you’ll review class and degree requirements and learn how to access library resources, such as e-books and journal databases.

Experience Ongoing Support

From now until you graduate, our dedicated support team is available to help you in any areas in which you may need assistance. You’ll work with the following people who will guide you through completing the program requirements.

student success specialist will coach you through the program, offering support and information.

Technology support specialists will introduce you to the online campus and provide live support during classes.

clinical field placement specialist will find diverse, NYU-approved placement sites for you near your community.

NYU librarians will help you navigate our extensive catalog and access resources that expand on your classroom learning.

Career services specialists will assist you with your job search, resume, interview preparation, and other career needs.

Classroom Etiquette

While attending online classes, you are expected to demonstrate the same etiquette as students attending classes on campus. Each Speech@NYU class session requires your full attention. Here are guidelines to follow when preparing to attend online classes:

Gather the Required Technology

The virtual classroom requires a strong, reliable, hard-wired Internet connection and a phone. You also need a desktop or laptop computer with a webcam – classes may not be taken on a smartphone or a tablet. Live technical support is available during each class.

Attend Each Live Class Session

Attendance at live class sessions is mandatory throughout your enrollment. Faculty members may work with you in case of emergencies, but otherwise, you are expected to participate in each live session. Log in at least a few minutes early so that you have ample time to connect.

Find an Appropriate Location

Your location affects not only your learning experience but also that of your classmates. Plan ahead so you have access to a place that is relatively quiet and well lit and has little background noise. Avoid distractions such as other people walking in and out of your webcam view.

Practice Good On-Camera Etiquette

Throughout each class, ensure that your camera is directly facing you so your entire face appears on the screen. Remember that everyone in the virtual classroom can see what you’re doing and what’s going on behind you. Avoid eating and doing other activities that could be distracting.

NYU Resources and Support

Other helpful links:

Contact Us

Student Success

The student success team of dedicated coaching professionals will help you navigate the program. Every student at Speech@NYU has a dedicated student success specialist. Your student success specialist will reach out often to ensure you are progressing towards your goals and to respond to any questions or concerns.

You can email student success at studentsupport@speech.steinhardt.nyu.edu or call 888-698-0482.

Additional Support Services

Email your academic advisor: csdadvising@nyu.edu

Financial Aid: 212-998-4444

Office of the Bursar: 212-998-2806

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