NYU Precollege is an academically rigorous program in which each student’s active and supportive participation is highly valued. The program is intensive, involving a variety of classroom activities, homework assignments, and optional program activities that are intellectually demanding and time-consuming. Students in the program will have the opportunity to contribute to and benefit from participation in a unique community of peers and must be respectful of others and thoughtful about the impact of their actions upon their community. It is very important to understand that the dedication and focus upon one’s academic work is what makes NYU Precollege successful.
The rules and policies that follow have been established to optimize the academic, personal, and social experience of all NYU Precollege students. Any questions about the rules, policies, and information included in the Handbook may be addressed to the Office of University Programs at 212-998-2292 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For the Precollege Handbook, click here.