Supporting Your Students
Wagner's Student Services team assists students with general and urgent advising matters, including but not limited to: a student’s degree requirements, academic progress issues, how a student might waive a course, and how a student can withdraw from a class in case of a health emergency. Advisors are available to students via email (email@example.com) and during walk-in hours.
Wagner’s Academic Services team provides students with information and technical assistance related to registration issues and the curriculum. Faculty and students can contact Academic Services via email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Wagner’s Career Services team supports students and alumni with their professional development. Some of the resources they offer are one-on-one advising, a career directory (with internships, part-time, and full-time positions), employer information sessions, a career expo, funding for summer internships, and much more. Advisors from Career Services are available to students via email (email@example.com), through appointments and during walk-in hours.
Students may request a letter of recommendation from you. OCS has developed a best practices guide to help you navigate that ask.
The Wasserman Center provides career assistance for all NYU students and alumni through career coaching and seminars, job fairs, networking opportunities, guidance for international students, and other services.
An array of workshops and tutoring are offered throughout the year to Wagner students.
In-person and online math review tools and in-person group tutoring are offered every semester.
Noncredit workshops on Excel/advanced Excel and citation and research methods are held in both the fall and spring semesters. Students may find the schedule and register via Albert.
Katie Wissel provides guidance to Wagner students on research methods, literature reviews, qualitative data, and quantitative research software packages. For more information, including links to subject specialty guides, visit Katie’s page.
Data Services offers access, training, and support for specialty software packages for statistical analysis, geographic information systems (GIS), and qualitative data analysis.
If you notice one of your students is struggling (including unexplained absences, decline in quality of work, personality changes), please direct them to one of the resources below and notify the Student Services team.
NYU has extensive student health and mental health resources. A private hotline (212-443-9999) is available 24/7 that connects students with a professional who can help them address day-to-day challenges as well as other health-related concerns.
Student Health Center (SHC)
The SHC offers universal, hassle-free appointment-based and walk-in medical and counseling services at either no or reduced cost to all NYU students, regardless of insurance coverage.
NYU offers students short-term individual counseling, group counseling, self-improvement classes, referrals, and psychiatric medication services. All services except psychiatric medication services are free of charge.
The Moses Center determines qualified disability status and assists students in obtaining appropriate accommodations and services. Its services are designed to encourage independence, backed by a strong system of supports. Any student who needs a reasonable accommodation based on a qualified disability is required to first document and register with The Moses Center for assistance.
OGS is NYU's central resource for immigration and visa questions. OGS advises on immigration regulations in the US and visas needed outside of the US for NYU purposes.
CMEP fosters a more inclusive, aware, and socially just community at NYU and beyond. It's a great resource for students to build dialogue, cultivate allies, and engage in community.
The Center seeks to create a welcoming environment for all NYU students and faculty interested in accessing support services, resources, programs, advocacy, training, education, and consultation around LGBTQ issues.
Provides connections to religious, spiritual, and interfaith groups on campus, and meditation and mindfulness resources.
PREPARING AND TEACHING CLASSES
Find all resources related to teaching and getting your class ready.