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How do I accept my admissions offer?

If you intend to accept our offer of admission, please take the following actions:

1. REPLY TO YOUR OFFER OF ADMISSION

After you have viewed your acceptance letter on your Application Status page, reply to our offer of admission by completing the "Reply to Offer of Admission" form on your Forms checklist. 

 

2. ACTIVATE YOUR NYU NETID

You must activate your NetID to access student resources and submit your enrollment deposit. 

Your NetID can be found in your acceptance letter.

Visit NYU Start and follow the prompts to activate your NYU NetID. Activating your NetID provides you access to a number of student resources and services. Your NetID is a unique alphanumeric code found in your acceptance letter. It is not your University ID. Your University ID, also known as your N number, is a 9-character ID number starting with a capital N.

For help, contact the NYU ITS Help Desk at 212.998.3333 or email askITS@nyu.edu

 

3. SUBMIT YOUR ENROLLMENT DEPOSIT IN ALBERT

To accept our offer of admission, log into ALBERT and submit your  $1000 USD nonrefundable deposit using the following steps:

A. Log on to your NYU Home account with your NYU NetID and password you set in Step 1.

B. Select the "Academics" tab.

C. Select the "Albert" log in link and login using your NYU Net ID and password.

D. Go to the "Admissions" section and select the "Application Status" link.

E. Click the "Admission Offer" button at the top of the page.

F. Click the "Accept/Decline" link to accept or decline the admission offer.

G. Click the "Accept Offer" button. 

H.  Pay the nonrefundable deposit of  $1000 USD via credit card.  If you cannot pay online, you can submit payment via check/money order or wire transfer. Alternative payment options are also available.

 

4. SUBMIT YOUR OFFICIAL, SEALED TRANSCRIPTS

Admitted students are required to hold a four-year bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in the United States or an equivalent degree from a foreign country. Visit this page for additional transcript information and instructions. 

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