Academic Policies & Procedures
At NYU, a commitment to excellence, fairness, honesty, and respect within and outside the classroom is essential to maintaining the integrity of our community. All students should read and be familiar with Wagner's Academic Code and the NYU Academic Integrity Policy Statement.
All NYU Wagner students are required to read and complete the Academic Oath prior to the start of their first semester.
NYU Wagner students must adhere to this student-written Code of Professional Responsibility.
Students should contact their program advisor in Student Services for guidance on academic progress, required course selection, and changes in student status.
For information and technical assistance relevant to the registration topics listed below, students should read the relevant information at the weblinks provided, and then contact Wagner's Academic Services team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Adding/Dropping Courses, after Albert closes
- Permission Numbers (Weighted Lottery courses, Capstone, etc.)
- Maintenance of Matriculation
- Full-time/half-time equivalencies
- Cross-registration (Law, Stern, etc.)
- Independent Reading Registration
- Incomplete Grade Form Submission
- Course Auditing Policy and Registration
Bias Reporting, Non-Discrimination and Anti-Harassment Policy and Complaint Procedures for Students:
NYU and Wagner are committed to equal treatment and opportunity for its students, to maintaining an environment that is free of bias, prejudice, discrimination, and harassment, and to establishing complaint procedures for allegations involving students. Students may contact the NYU's Bias Response Line to share or report experiences and concerns of bias, discrimination, or harassing behavior that may occur within the community. The Bias Response Line, managed by NYU's Office of Equal Opportunity (OEO), provides a forum to help ensure equity and inclusiveness.
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study areas at nyu and the puck building
Bobst Library has many reservable group and individual study rooms for graduate students, located on Lower Levels 1 & 2, and Floors 4, 6, 8, 9, and 10.
Wagner has four designated Student Study Areas in the Puck Building: The Student Project Room/Computer Lab (Room 2213) on the second floor, and the following locations on the 3rd floor: The Northwest Hub overlooking Lafayette and Houston Streets, the Central Hub near the top of the staircase, and the Southwest Hub overlooking Mulberry Street. In addition, the second floor lounge and Murphy Family Student Lounge are available for student use when school-wide large scale events are not taking place.