HESA Graduate Handbook

About HESA

Read our welcome letter to all incoming HESA students and learn more about our faculty and staff and our FAQ

Registration and Advising

Information on how to register for classes via Albert, access to your advising worksheet and information on submitting and obtaining your immunizations and health insurance at NYU.

Degree Requirements

Learn about what courses are required to graduate, electives that you can pursue, area of study and information on Capstone.

Study Abroad

Learn about the opportunities that NYU provides for students to study abroad!

Fun Things

Things to do in your free time at a discounted rate.

Assistantships and Partnerships

Professional Development

Learning outside of the classroom through internships, career development, professional organizations and fieldwork.

NYU Safety Resources:

In the event of an emergency, call 911.

Wellness Exchange

  • Phone: (212) 443-9999 (24-hour hotline)

  • The Wellness Exchange offers Crisis Response Counselors, who are trained licensed professional counselors who are also specifically trained to offer crisis intervention and medical support and coordination over the phone

NYU Public Safety

  • Phone: (212) 998-2222 (24-hour hotline)

  • Services provided:

      • Uniformed officers are posted at every NYU facilities' entrance to serve as a safety resource to all NYU community members

      • Manage Safe Ride, on-demand, shared ride service which is available for transportation to and from NYU facilities in Manhattan overnight

Office of Equal Opportunity (Title IX)

  • Phone: (212) 998-2352 | Email: title9@nyu.edu | Secure Online Reporting Form

  • A resource for any questions or concerns about sex discrimination, sexual harassment, sexual violence, or other forms of sexual misconduct, and is available to discuss your rights and judicial options

Bias Response Line

  • Phone: (212) 998-2277 | Secure Online Reporting Form

  • Provides a mechanism through which members of the NYU community can share or report experiences and concerns of bias, discrimination, or harassing behavior that may occur within the NYU community

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