Welcome and congratulations on your student’s acceptance. In an effort to help you support your son/daughter’s transition into New York University and NYU Rory Meyers College of Nursing, this page provides up-to-date information about resources for parents including links to the NYU First-Year Parents site, Next Stop NYU, the parents’ e-newsletter, opportunities for parent involvement, and frequently asked questions.
Parents of both traditional undergraduate and accelerated students will benefit from this information, with NYU First-Year Parents and Next Stop NYU geared specifically for parents of traditional undergraduate students.
NYU First-Year Parents
The NYU First-Year Parents site provides helpful information dedicated to first-year parents who have questions about meal plans, housing, moving and storage, tips on how to stay connected with NYU during your son/daughter’s studies, and much more.
Next Stop NYU – Traditional Undergraduate Students
Throughout the summer, Next Stop NYU provides your son/daughter a central online resource to obtain information about important announcements, dates, mailings, and other vital information to help ease the transition and arrival to New York University. Your son/daughter can also expect to receive a separate communication from NYU Meyers about important next steps before arriving on campus.
Stay in touch with up to the minute information about important deadlines, news, and announcements with the parent's e-Newsletter. Subscribe to the NYU parent listserv to receive this monthly newsletter.
The NYU Parents' Council is an important facet of the university's ongoing efforts to build and strengthen our relationships with the greater NYU community. Review NYU's Parental Involvement webpage for more information on how you can get involved.
Frequently Asked Questions
Review a list NYU's FAQs to address some common questions. Questions are arranged by topics ranging from housing to health services on campus. Don’t see a question you want to ask? Call the Parent’s Helpline at 212-998-4219 or email email@example.com. This page also features important information about the support services for your son/daughter during emergencies and after hours at NYU.