Spring Into NYU Tandon

Congratulations on your Spring admission to the NYU Tandon School of Engineering!


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Welcome to Tandon

We are very excited to have you, the newest member of the Class of 2022, join our community of students and scholars in Spring 2019!

Spring admission will allow you to graduate in May 2022, the same graduation date as students who enter in Fall 2018. A dedicated team of academic advisors are available to support you throughout your time at Tandon, helping to answer questions you might have about course selection, graduation requirements, academic options, leadership and service opportunities, and more. Please feel free to contact us with any questions at springintotandon@nyu.edu.


Tech in Service to Society

Tandon maintains a strong commitment to preparing STEM professionals who will be able to actively participate in, and be of service to, our local communities and global society. Informed by the principles of invention, innovation and entrepreneurship, students understand, through their academic and co-curricular experiences, that a degree in STEM is more than a demonstrated mastery of math and science—it’s the recognition of and responsiveness to societal needs, the enhancement of existing tech solutions and the creation of markets for new ones to thrive.

Evidence of our guiding philosophies can be found in our curriculum as early as the first semester of enrollment. As a Tandon student, you'll complete your first-year requirements, in the spring semester and summer terms, based on your major’s prescribed course of study:

Civil Engineering

Spring

Summer

    EXPOS-UA 1 Writing the Essay

    EXPOS-UA 2 Advanced College Essay

    CS-UY 1133 Engineering Problem Solving and Programming

    CM-UY 1004 General Chemistry

      MA-UY 1024 Calculus I

      MA-UY 1124 Calculus II

      EG-UY 1003 Engineering and Design

      PH-UY 1013 Mechanics

      CE-UY 1002 Intro to Civil Engineering EG-UY 1001 Engineering and Technology Forum

       

       

       

      Computer Engineering

      Spring

      Summer

        EXPOS-UA 1 Writing the Essay

        EXPOS-UA 2 Advanced College Essay

        CS-UY 1114 Intro to Programming and Problem Solving

        CS-UY 1134 Data Structures and Algorithms

          MA-UY 1024 Calculus I

          MA-UY 1124 Calculus II

          EG-UY 1003 Engineering and Design

          PH-UY 1013 Mechanics

          ECE-UY 1012 Intro to Computer Engineering EG-UY 1001 Engineering and Technology Forum

           

           

           

          Electrical Engineering

          Spring

          Summer

            EXPOS-UA 1 Writing the Essay

            EXPOS-UA 2 Advanced College Essay

            CS-UY 1114 Intro to Programming and Problem Solving

            CM-UY 1004 General Chemistry

              MA-UY 1024 Calculus I

              MA-UY 1124 Calculus II

              EG-UY 1003 Engineering and Design

              PH-UY 1013 Mechanics

              ECE-UY 1002 Intro to Electrical and Computer Engineering EG-UY 1001 Engineering and Technology Forum

               

               

               

              Electrical and Computer Engineering

              Spring

              Summer

                EXPOS-UA 1 Writing the Essay

                EXPOS-UA 2 Advanced College Essay

                CS-UY 1114 Intro to Programming and Problem Solving

                CS-UY 1134 Data Structures and Algorithms

                  MA-UY 1024 Calculus I

                  MA-UY 1124 Calculus II

                  EG-UY 1003 Engineering and Design

                  PH-UY 1013 Mechanics

                  ECE 1002 Intro to Electrical and Computer Engineering EG-UY 1001 Engineering and Technology Forum

                   

                   

                  Completion of your summer coursework will require you to take classes from late May through to mid-August, for a total of 12 weeks.  This should provide you with a half month between spring and summer and a half a month between summer and fall.  Use this time to recharge!


                  Personalized Attention, Support, and Encouragement

                  We recognize how important it is for students to feel supported, academically and otherwise, throughout their academic career. This is particularly important here, at the School of Engineering, as our curriculum is quite rigorous. For these reasons, the following services will be a part of your experience as a spring admit:

                  • Personalized advisor check-in meetings
                  • Opt-in tutoring sessions
                  • Online study skills series
                  • Faculty and peer mentorship

                  We believe that these services, along with the other forms of support available at Tandon, will provide you with the resources to ascend to the top of your engineering game and stay there!


                  Getting Started @ Tandon

                  New Student Experience
                  Your first-year advisor will serve as your primary guide throughout your acclimation to Tandon, creating a space for you to articulate your academic and professional goals, while connecting you to the various support services in the community. Community building activities, designed to help you form meaningful connections with your peers, will be provided throughout your first year. Below is a quick snapshot of some of the shared moments you will navigate, individually and with your peers, during your transition to Tandon:

                  • Registration. Registration for the Spring 2019 semester opens for new students in November. You will be contacted about the process for selecting classes in mid-October. You should also review the Tandon Academic Bulletin, which will help you prepare for registration and understand program requirements. Completion of any required placement exams, as well as the submission of advanced standing credits, will also occur during this period.
                     
                  • Tandon Orientation. Orientation for Tandon is scheduled to start on Wednesday, January 23, 2019. Together, new students will learn more about the academic mission and values of Tandon, and establish meaningful relationships with peers. Throughout orientation, you will enjoy many events and programs, academic sessions and workshops, and activities designed to help you acclimate to Tandon and New York City. You will receive a detailed schedule for orientation in December 2018. For information about this experience, as well as other important dates and checklists preparing for your arrival, visit Accepted Undergraduates.
                     
                  • Residence Hall Move-In: Wednesday, January 23rd
                    For students living on-campus, look for an email from the the Office of Housing and Residential Life which will provide you information on your housing assignment, as well as move-in instructions in early January.
                     
                  • NYU Spring Welcome: Monday, January 28th to Tuesday, February 15th
                    NYU Spring Welcome hosts over 200 events for new and returning students! The welcome activities take place during the first few weeks of the spring semester, offering a series of special events, information sessions and meetups for all students to kickstart the new semester. Recommended activities will be highlighted in welcome materials from your advisor, though you are welcome to attend as much as possible. For a preview, click here.
                     
                  • Upcoming Communications
                    Throughout the summer and fall, we will keep you informed about opportunities, expectations and deadlines, preparing for your enrollment with NYU Tandon. Please remember to check your NYU email account periodically, and watch out for messages from your advisor. Additionally, throughout the period leading up to your arrival on campus, you will receive the monthly Spring Into Tandonnewsletter. Some of the topics that will be featured in this digital communique include:

                    • Welcome Message from Advisors
                    • Gap Semester Planning
                    • Empowering Yourself Through Self Care
                    • Study Skills for the Engineering Student
                    • Registration Preparation for Spring 2019
                    • Preparing for Your Arrival