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GRAD LIFE 101. NYU Graduate Student Services. The Office of Graduate Student Life. Located at 4 Washington Square Village on the corner of Mercer and Bleeker Streets

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    1. GRAD LIFE 101 NYU Graduate Student Services

    2. The Office of Graduate Student Life • Located at 4 Washington Square Village on the corner of Mercer and Bleeker Streets • The Office of Graduate Student Life exists to serve the needs of all graduate students at New York University through programming, information dissemination, and additional services for the graduate student community. • The Office of Graduate Student Life schedules weekly tours of the Washington Square campus for prospective and newly admitted graduate students.

    3. Office of Graduate Life Resources and Services: • Can assist students with any issues related to Graduate Student Life at NYU • Resources and subsidies for Students with Children • Resources for Students in the Military • Orientations for new and incoming students • Weekly Graduate Life Newsletter • Incoming and Perspective Graduate Student Tours • Close engagement with Residence Life to improve the Graduate Student Life experience Program Highlights include: • Graduate Welcome Week • Welcome Reception for new and returning grads • The Graduate Gala held each spring • Breakfast for Dinner • Faculty and Students of Color Dinner Series • Monthly Graduate Happy Hour Socials

    4. The Office of Graduate Life • Samantha Shapses, the Director of Graduate Student Life is a great resource to answer your questions and connect you to information and resources specifically for graduate students • Samantha can be reached at samantha.shapses@nyu.edu or call 212-998-4623 • Office of Graduate Life is open Monday through Thursday 10:00am-6:00pm and Friday 9:00am-5:00pm

    5. Student Resource Center Kimmel Center for University Life 60 Washington Sq. S., Suite 210 NY, NY 10012 212-998-4411   www.nyu.edu/src ask.src@nyu.edu Monday-Thursday: 9am - 9pm (while classes are in session) Friday: 9 am - 5 pm

    6. Student Resource Center • Help in answering questions about NYU and New York City • Help students navigate university resources and services • Provide academic referrals • Promote and provide ways for students to get connected and stay informed at NYU • Resources for: • Commuter and Off Campus Students • Transfer Students • Printing and Computer Lab

    7. Student Resource Center Traditions and activities include: • Welcome Week • Back to the Square • Breakfast for dinner

    8. Office for International Students and Scholars (OISS) 561 LaGuardia Place New York, NY 10012  http://www.nyu.edu/oiss/ intl.students.scholars@nyu.edu 212.998.4720

    9. Office for International Students & Scholars (OISS) • General Services • OISS provides advising, support and programming for international students, scholars and their families. • Alumni listserv allows international students to stay connected once they graduate. • Maintains the Student and Exchange Visitor Information System (SEVIS) informed of the students’ status. • Grad Specific Programs • Workshops ranging from resume styling to employment and immigration status

    10. NYU Residential International Student Engagement (RISE) • This organization was created to connect international students with NYU and the NYC. • It provides a venue for social interaction • RISE sponsors dialogues on different global issues • For more info contact: • Jerry Roman jerryroman@nyu.edu • Audrey Kajumbula audreyk@nyu.edu

    11. English as a Second Language Conversation Groups • Improve your English conversation skills in an informal group setting • Groups will be facilitated by NYU faculty or staff who are native English speakers • Individual groups will meet once a week throughout the semester • You may attend one group or as many sessions as your schedule allows • Free and open to all NYU graduate students http://www.nyu.edu/student.affairs/gradesl/ amanda.gallocher@nyu.edu 212-998-4410

    12. 133 E. 13th Street – 2nd Floor (212) 998-4730 career.development@nyu.edu www.nyu.edu/careerdevelopment Wasserman Center for Career Development

    13. Wasserman Center for Career Development The office is open to all New York University undergraduate and graduate degree candidates and alumni from the: College of Arts and Science Stern School of Business (Undergraduate only) Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development Silver School of Social Work Gallatin School of Individualized Study Tisch School of the Arts Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service Global Public Health Program Graduate School of Arts and Science School of Continuing and Professional Studies And Liberal Studies Program

    14. Wasserman Center for Career Development Services: • On-Site Resources: The Wasserman Center for Career Development now offers enhanced and expanded services available to NYU students, alumni, and employers. • Technology: Computer Lab with both Mac and PC computer terminals and printers for resume and cover letter preparation; Self-serve fax machine for prompt communication with employee and wireless technology options. • Hot Jobs for Grads List serv

    15. Wasserman Center for Career Development • Study Space: Café seating area with free coffee/tea and vending machines for students. Quiet study space for individual study or group work. • The Career Resource Center: The center houses both printed and visual materials • Recruitment Resources: On-Campus Recruitment Suite with a large reception area Graduate Student Suite.

    16. NYU Libraries http://library.nyu.edu Bobst • 70 Washington Square South • Other libraries are available for specific schools and disciplines Graduate Student Specific Services • http://nyu.libguides.com/grads • Subject specific librarians • Contact the Library Privileges service window during our scheduled hours at 212-998-2550, or use the Contact Access Services form to submit your question online.

    17. NYU Libraries NEW GRADUATE STUDENT SPACES IN BOBST LIBRARY • LL1 – • Graduate Individual Study Spaces • Open 24 hours • Very quiet – for serious research and work. • Graduate Collaborative Spaces • Can be reserved via online system at http://library.nyu.edu/grads/ • 10th Floor • Graduate Exchange • A calm lounge where you can study and exchange ideas with other Graduate students.

    18. NYU Libraries • FREE Graduate Student Classes at NYU Libraries to help you become a better researcher. • Graduate Student Welcome Reception: Friday, September 9th 4:00pm-6:00pm To RSVP or sign up for classes go to: http://webapps.library.nyu.edu/classes/

    19. ITS Computer & Print Labs • Locations • 35 West 4th street, 2nd floor • 14 Washington Pl, Lower Level • 75 Third Avenue, Level C3 • Elmer Holmes Bobst Library (Lower Level 2) • Information Center, Shimkin Hall, 50 West 4th Street, 1st floor • ITS Client Services Center, 10 Astor Place, 4th floor • Kimmel Center for University Life, 4th floor • Kriser Dental Center, 345 East 24th Street, basement • Midtown Center (SCPS), 11 West 42nd Street • Palladium Residence Hall, 3rd floor • Pless Hall, 82 Washington Square East, 3rd floor • School of Continuing and Professional Studies, 48 Cooper Square • Silver Center for Arts and Science, 100 Washington Sq. E., 9th floor, Morse Academic Plan Office & Preprofessional Advising Office • Tisch Hall, 40 West 4th Street on UC Level • Tisch School of the Arts, 111 and 113 2nd Avenue

    20. Student Services Center 25 West 4th Street New York, NY 10012 Bursar: (212)998-2800 www.nyu.edu/bursar Registrar: (212)998-4444 www.nyu.edu/registrar Financial Aid: (212) 998-4800 www.nyu.edu/financial.aid

    21. Student Services Center • Located at Washington Square Campus • The “central hub” to pertinent student services: • NYU Bursar • NYU Registrar • NYU Financial Aid • Most students visit this center several times per semester

    22. Office of the Bursar • All Student Billing • Tuition & housing payments • Refunds • Sign up for direct deposit! • Emergency personal check cashing • Petty cash • In-school related reimbursements • Federal tax information • Learn about educational tax benefits • In a bind? Get your problem solved here

    23. Office of the University Registrar • Course Registration • Register for courses each semester online • Transcripts • Order for free through this office! • Also view unofficial version on “Albert” • School Official Signatures • See in-person counselor for important documents • Study Abroad Course Catalog • Check out NYU courses around the world • Application for Graduation

    24. Office of Financial Aid • Provides school codes for FAFSA • Offers financial aid package per year • Includes potential loans, scholarships, grants, and out-of-pocket expenses • Financial aid counselors available via telephone or in-person • Also great online system via “Net Partner” for up-to-date information regarding your account • International student resources • Private loans, scholarships, and funds

    25. Office of Civic Engagement 25 West 4th Street, 5th Floor (212) 998-2329 http://www.nyu.edu/civic.engagement civic.engagement@nyu.edu The NYU Office of Civic Engagement works in tandem with the Office of Student Activities with the intention of developing deep and rich partnerships with local not-for-profit organizations, public schools, city government, and civic organizations.

    26. Federal Service Opportunities America Reads/ America Counts Jumpstart Public Service Corps Volunteer Opportunities The C-Team Week of Service Alternative Breaks One Day Service Projects Civic Engagement • Funding Opportunities • Community Service Project Grants • Service Learning Corps Development Grants • Community Fund

    27. Community Service • Students seeking information about The C-Team, Alternative Breaks and Community Service Initiatives should visit: www.osa.nyu.edu or call (212) 998-4700 • For more information about NYU Community Service Project Grants or NYU Service Learning Course Development Grants, please contact the Office of Civic Engagement at (212) 998-2329 • For more information about the Office of Civic Engagement, please contact Director, Bill Pfeiffer at bill.pfeiffer@nyu.edu or (212) 998-2097

    28. Ticket Central Kimmel Center for University Life 566 La Guardia Pl Box Office of Skirball Center Hotline: 212-998-4941fax: 212-995-4961ticket.central@nyu.edu Tuesday - Saturday , noon - 6pm Closed on all university holidays and breaks

    29. Ticket Central • NYU’s clearinghouse for tickets to the movies, Broadway and Off-Broadway shows, sporting events, musical concerts and more, all at a reduced price • Also provides ticket printing and advertising services for NYU events to service students and staff • All matriculated, active NYU students, NYU faculty, administrators, visiting scholars, and staff may use Ticket Central’s services • Your valid NYUCard is required for all transactions and services at NYU Ticket Central

    30. Ticket Central • Many of Ticket Central's Weekly Specials (Theatre, Opera, Sports and other NYC events) are now offered for sale online through your NYUHome account under the “News” tab • Often gives out free movie passes and tickets to shows/events. • The best way to keep informed of our free stuff is to join the Ticket Central Listserv! To join, stop by the Ticket Central box office to give us your email address or send a blank email to: join-ticket-central@lists.nyu.edu

    31. Student Health Center 726 Broadway (at Waverly Place) 3rd & 4th Floors 212-443-1000 health.center@nyu.edu

    32. Medical Services • Student Health Center offers routine and walk-in Primary Care and Women's Health Services at either no cost or very reduced cost to all matriculated NYU students. • Schedule an appointment for an annual physical by calling 212-443-1000 or online through the NYU Life tab of NYU Home.

    33. Counseling Services • Short-term individual counseling, group counseling, self-improvement classes, referrals, and psychiatric medication services. All services except psychiatric medication services are free of charge • Call (212) 998-4780 to set up a 15-minute phone evaluation with a counselor. The counselor will ask you a few questions to direct you to the most appropriate service.

    34. Health Promotion Office • Educational Appointments • Free Safer Sex Supplies • HIV Testing • Smoking Cessation Program • Stressbusters

    35. Wellness Exchange (212) 443-9999wellness.exchange@nyu.edu Students can access this service through a private hotline, available 24 hours a day, seven days a week

    36. Wellness Exchange Wellness Exchange members include: • Student Health Center • Counseling Services at the Student Health Center • Moses Center for Students with Disabilities • Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Student Services When you call 999 or (212) 443-9999, a professional counselor will answer the phone and listen to your question, problem, or concern. You can also send us an email anytime at wellness.exchange@nyu.edu

    37. Public Safety/Transportation We are available 24 hours a day/7 days a week to assist you with any security or safety concern that you may have by calling 212 998-2222 www.nyu.edu/public.safety *Number is on the back of your ID card*

    38. Public Safety/Transportation In Case of Emergency: 212.998.2222 • Students, faculty and staff are responsible for their safety. NYU provides information about how to be secure in their person, places and things. • Uniformed security officers • Emergency Call boxes • Green light buildings • Safe Havens • Transportation Services – FREE shuttles to various parts of NYU campus

    39. Safe Ride Van Services (212) 992-VANS :: (992-8267) An on-call, FREE, shared ride van service which is available for transportation to and from NYU facilities from midnight to 6:30am. http://www.nyu.edu/public.safety/transportation/saferide.html

    40. The Bookstores NYU Main Bookstore: 726 Broadway All Undergrad Schools Books and Apparel Mon. – Sat.10am - 9pm Sun. 11am - 6pm *Think Coffee also at this location *The Health Sciences Bookstore has merged with the NYU Bookstore on 726 Broadway NYU Computer Store: 242 Greene Street Mon. - Fri.10am - 6pm Sat.11am - 5pm Sun. Closed Professional Bookstore: 530 La Guardia Place Stern, Law, and Wagner Graduate Schools Mon. - Fri. 10am - 6pm Sat.12pm - 6pm Sun. Closed

    41. Card Center 383 Lafayette Street (corner of East 4th Street & Lafayette) Monday - Thursday: 9am - 6pmFriday: 10am - 4pmSaturday - Sunday: Closed *Hours are subject to change or call (212) 443-CARD.

    42. Dining Twelve Locations in and around WSV • Dunkin Donuts: University Hall,110 East 14th • Hayden Dining Hall • Peets Coffee: Weinstein • Kosher Eatery: Weinstein • Palladium Food Court • Rubin Dining Hall • Starbucks at Faye’s:45 West 4th • Kimmel Center Market • 3rd North Courtyard • U-Hall Commons Café • Weinstein Dining Hall • Weinstein Food Court

    43. Center for Multicultural Education & Programming • Kimmel Center, Suite 802 • 212.998.4343 • CMEP@nyu.edu • www.cmep.nyu.edu

    44. Center for Multicultural Education & Programming • Happy Hour Socials • Workshops • Creative Solutions • Faculty/Grad Dinner Series • Training • Support • Forums • Newsletter • Grad List Serv: join-cmepgrad@lists.nyu.edu

    45. Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer Student Center • Kimmel Center, Suite 602 • Lgbt.office@nyu.edu • AIM: nyulgbtoffice • 212.998.4424 • www.nyu.edu/lgbt

    46. Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Student Services • Events • Clubs and groups • Workshops • Resource Lounge • Library • Safe-Zone Training • Newsletter • Listservs: join-outpost@lists.nyu.edu

    47. Athletics • Palladium Athletic Facility • 140 East 14th street, New York NY • 7:30am – 11:00pm Mon – Fri • 8:30am – 8:00pm Saturday • 8:30am – 11:00pm Sunday • Coles Gym • 181 Mercer Street, New York, NY • 7:30am – 11:00pm Mon – Fri • 8:45am – 8:00pm Sat - Sun

    48. Athletics Coles: • 5 floors spanning 142,000 Sq • Rooftop 3 lane running track • 5 squash courts, 5 racquetball courts • 1000 Sq of climbing walls • 25 meter 6 lane swimming pool • 5 multi purpose courts (basketball, volleyball, tennis, badminton) • Fitness room, aerobic room, wrestling room, weight training room

    49. Athletics Palladium: • Cardio Room • Regulation size basketball court • Climbing Rockwall (2 Floors) • Spinning Room (Fee for Classes) • 3000sqft Weight Room • Olympic Size Swimming pool • Sports lounge with NEW smoothie bar!