As you know, January Term is an intense session, with a full semester’s worth of work packed into three weeks. That being said, we want you to know about the academic resources available to you as an NYU student this January.
Moses Center for Students with Disabilities: The Moses Center for Students with Disabilities (CSD) determines qualified disability status and assists students in obtaining appropriate accommodations and services. If you need any kind of accommodation for this January Term, please contact the CSD now (!) to register. Contact information can be found on their website.
Libraries: The 9 NYU libraries and 8 affiliated libraries are headed by Bobst, which features over 25,000 seats for studying, computers for student use, the Avery Fisher Center for Music and Media, and lots of books. Learn more about what Bobst has to offer on our library website.
Study Spaces: Aside from the ARC, where University Programs is housed, several other student lounges exist on campus. As is the case with all resources, be sure to check January Term hours before braving the cold.
Most importantly, don’t forget about your peers! Form a study or support group to help you through the term! And, as always, contact us with any advising questions or concerns.