We offer group tutoring sessions for A&E I, Patho, A&E II, and Pharm. Our schedule for Spring 2019 is listed below. All students are welcome to attend, space permitting. For additional tutoring resources, click here.


A&E I / Patho

Date: Wednesdays

Time: 2:15PM - 3:45 PM

Location: 433 First Avenue Room LL1-20



Date: Thursdays

Time: 3:15 - 4:45PM

Location: 433 First Avenue Room LL1-20



The Office of Advising and Academic Services offers a variety of academic support workshops. Some examples of the workshops are listed below. You can view a full listing of our current workshops and RSVP by clicking here.  

  • Time Management and Academic Study Skills
    Professional trained academic advisors provide students with tools to assess their daily and weekly time management in order to determine how to use the time available for studying more efficiently. Advisors also present effective strategies for studying, reading, and test-taking.  You can view a recording of the workshop by clicking here.  Here is a PDF you will need to follow for the workshop.   Please feel free to pause the recording to complete the exercise contained on page 3 of the PDF document. Once completed, you can then resume the workshop and follow along accordingly.
  • Test-Taking Strategies
    Faculty members provide students with an effective test-taking approach in order for students to be successful on tests given in nursing courses as well as licensing and certification exams.  You can view the level I recording and level II recording.
  • Nursing Student Career Preparation
    The Wasserman Center for Career Development collaborates with the College to provide students with tools and examples of how to develop effective cover letters and resumes specifically for nursing students. Additionally, workshops are implemented to provide students with tips on the job search and interviewing skills. View the recorded version here.
  • Online ESL Resources 
    This online resource for Successful Writing is focused on supporting students for whom English is a second language. Resources here specifically provide additional tips and training on aspects of writing for this group of students. Click here to access the website.  The “Learning in a New Language” module is intended for students who speak English as a second language (ESL), or who are new to American schools. In addition, this module will also help all students, as nursing is a challenging academic program and students often find they need to adjust their educational styles and skills to succeed.  To access the module, click here.
  • Using APA (American Psychological Association) Format for Writing Scholarly Papers
    Students are presented with tips on how to incorporate APA format into their written work for courses and publications. View the recorded version here.
  • Clinical Decision Making: Making sense of Nursing Care Plans
    This workshop provides the nursing student easy-to-use and practical suggestions on focused clinical decisions in acute care settings. Using actual patient case scenarios, the participant will be able to apply multiple ways of thinking "like a good nurse." View the recorded version here.
  • Managing Your Money Wisely and Scholarship Tips for Nursing Students
    Learn scholarship tips to enhance your chances of receiving funding from NYU Meyers.  The workshop also provides resources on external funding sources. Along with the scholarship content,  the workshop will focus on managing and budgeting your money as a nursing student.  An interactive hands-on discussion will follow regarding specific strategies to balance the cost of higher education. View the recorded version here.
  • Library Research Skills
    New York University’s health science librarian presents students with tools to navigate the abundance of library resources available for scholarly papers and presentations.
  • Orientation for Students Entering Clinicals
    Students who are starting clinical courses in the subsequent semester are required to attend the event to meet with Deans, faculty, administrators, and students already enrolled in clinical courses. Students learn the expectations of clinical courses and feel more comfortable attending their first day of clinicals.  Students also have the opportunity to meet with members of the university support offices.
  • Strategies for Success for Nursing Prerequisite and Nursing Sequence Courses This powerpoint guides you through the critical and analytical study strategies to conquer nursing and science courses.  Click here for the powerpoint.
  • Strategies for Success for Adult & Elder II
    Undergraduate students who are enrolled in the Adult & Elder I course are presented with information and expectations of the Adult & Elder II course by a faculty member who teaches the course in order to be better prepared for the coursework and clinical experience.
  • Effective Group Work & Management
    Nursing students work in groups throughout their academic progression and in their nursing career. Students are provided with tips on how to lead, be a member, and produce successful outcomes in group settings.


Peer Advising

Program Overview

The NYU Meyers Undergraduate Peer Advising Program, which is based on a student mentoring model, provides opportunities for newer Nursing students entering their first clinical sequence to connect with and learn from upperclassmen in the second, third, or fourth clinical sequence.

Goals of the Peer Advising Program

  • Assist students transitioning into the nursing sequence
  • Strengthen our student community by providing a peer support system that supplements the current professional advising and faculty mentoring structure
  • Provide opportunities for students to develop and apply mentoring skills outside of the classroom and clinical setting

Peer Advisor Qualifications

Peer Advisors must:

  • Be an active NYU Meyers College of Nursing undergraduate student who has progressed into the second sequence of clinical nursing courses, including Adult & Elder Nursing II 
  • Possess a minimum of a 3.0 GPA
  • Demonstrate excellent interpersonal communication and listening skills
  • Be meeting both the Requirements for Academic Integrity and Professional Behavior and the Technical Standards

Peer Advisor Responsibilities

  1. Attend Peer Advisor Training
  2. Check in with their assigned peer advisee(s) at least once a month
  3. Attend one Peer Advising sponsored events with peer advisee(s) over the course of a semester
  4. Communicate progress and concerns to the Office of Advising and Academic Services
  5. Adhere to the Requirements for Professional Behavior. Students serving in a peer advising capacity represent the NYU College of Nursing and therefore the highest standards of professionalism are expected to be maintained

Peer Advisors will share their experiences with newer Nursing students related to:

  • Course expectations including on and off-campus clinicals
  • Study skill strategies
  • Time management skills for balancing coursework and student life
  • NYU Meyers College of Nursing campus life resources such as 
  • Undergraduate Nursing Student Organization (UNSO) and other Nursing student groups
  • NYU student clubs and other resources

A Peer Advisor is not:

  • A counselor or therapist
  • An academic advisor or faculty member 
  • The sole supporter of their advisee
  • A tutor
  • Accessible 24/7

To Qualify to be Peer Advisee, a student must:

  • Be an active NYU Meyers College of Nursing undergraduate student starting their first clinical sequence

Advisee Responsibilities

  1. Maintain contact with their Peer Advisor at least once a month
  2. Respond to their Peer Advisor in a timely fashion
  3. Attend one Advising sponsored events with Peer Advisor over the course of a semester

Benefits of Participation

Peer Advisor Benefits

  1. Gain leadership experience that enhances your resume
  2. Apply and practice your mentoring skills in a role model capacity
  3. Connect with and support the NYU Meyers College of Nursing community
  4. Opportunity to continue serving as a Peer Advisor  

Nursing Cohort Program

To better assist NYU Meyers first-year, traditional students with their educational journeys ahead, the Nursing Cohort Program (NCP) has a two-fold mission:

  1. To foster a supportive community of peers, mentors, and academic advisors for first-year students of NYU Meyers.
  2. To empower NYU Meyers students to utilize all of the resources at their disposal for academic, social, and personal enrichment and success.

Two key components of the NCP are the Nursing Cohort Seminar and Nursing Cohort Leaders.

The Nursing Cohort Seminar is a mandatory class that meets biweekly (every other week) in the fall for all incoming, first-year students. Each seminar is led by an academic advisor assigned to all of the students in her seminar, thus ensuring that students will be spending time with their advisor every other week throughout their first term. The seminar provides detailed information pertaining to NYU and NYU Meyers resources, academic support programs, student organizations, and activities within NYU Meyers, NYU, and NYC. The seminar is co-facilitated by a Nursing Cohort Leader in order to ensure that the student perspective is front and center during all seminar sessions. The seminar is a zero-credit course that is graded on a pass/fail basis. All seminars will take place on the Washington Square campus and will meet for approximately one hour. All students will automatically be enrolled in their nursing cohort seminar and will be able to see the meeting location and time of their seminar via their student center schedule in Albert.

Nursing Cohort Leaders (NCLs) are NYU Meyers traditional sophomores with leadership experience and a passion for peer advisement. Utilizing their “insider” knowledge and student perspective of NYU and NYU Meyers, these student leaders will serve as peer advisors to first-year nursing students in a number of ways! In conjunction with an academic advisor, NCLs will help facilitate all nursing cohort seminars in order to get to know their cohort and learn more about their students’ needs and burning questions. During the seminar “off weeks,” NCLs will lead their students on mandatory, community-building outings in both NYU and NYC. These outings will be fun, inspiring, and provide an excellent opportunity for students to get to know one another, NYU, and NYC. During the spring term, first-year students will remain in contact with their cohort and elect cohort leaders to help facilitate this process. NCLs will also be on hand to ensure students’ continual engagement with the NCP.

The benefits of the Cohort program:

  • Enhances the first year college experience
  • Helps with the adjustment from high school to college
  • Provides a supportive, personal and cohesive NYU Meyers community within a large institution
  • Enables small class discussions