In NYU Precollege, you are considered a college student just like any other NYU college student. And like every college student here, you will need to have an NYU ID card. Continue reading “NYUCard & Campus Cash”
In this blog, we’ve talked about the different science options available to Precollege students– but what about the humanities?
What is the non-credit College Writing Workshop?
EXPOS-UA 30 (The non-credit College Writing Workshop) is a pass/fail course that prepares students for the level of writing expected and required in college. The course is taught by NYU’s writing experts. It introduces students to college-level analytical reading and writing skills they will need to succeed in class.
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In doing your course search, you’ve probably seen a number of new academic terms you may not be familiar with. We’ll try to answer some of your common questions here.
Like many NYU students, Precollege students can choose to live on campus (resident) or commute from home (commuter). There is little difference between the two options in terms of overall experience in Precollege. Below, find major similarities and differences between being a resident and a commuter. Continue reading “Commuter vs. Resident: How to Pick”