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Happy Fall! As we enter a new season, the excitement of change is upon us. While the changes of weather are at times welcomed, we also know that with the change in season comes a shift in academic demands as midterms approach. Balancing academic and creative demands with social commitments can be so time consuming that we can easily forget to take care of ourselves, particularly as the semester revs up. The beginning of midterm season is a perfect opportunity to get creative with your self-care.

In short, self-care is the intentional participation in the enhancing of your health. There are many ways to effectively engage in self-care, however thinking about going “back to basics” can be a great starting point. Sleep, exercise, and stress management are three key components to comprehensive self-care.

In a college environment, sleep at times gets viewed as a luxury rather than a necessity. However, consistent and regular sleep patterns can improve not only how we feel, but also how we perform. Being fully rested also decreases our vulnerability to stress. Counseling & Wellness Services offers various resources to support healthy sleep, including a monthly Insomnia Toolkit that teaches helpful skills to increase restful sleep. To sign up, call the Counseling & Wellness front desk at 212-998-4780.

It is important to also care for your physical body. Regular exercise is known to help reduce stress and improve mood. Check out the resources at the NYU Athletic Facilities – they include cardio, weight lifting, swimming, classes, and even rock climbing!

It’s also important to pay attention to your body’s signals of pain or sickness and go to the doctor as needed. The Student Health Center offers a wide range of medical support. More information can be found here: https://www.nyu.edu/life/safety-health-wellness/student-health-center.html.

When thinking of ways to manage stress, consider the wealth of resources available on campus. Free yoga and meditation classes are offered on campus through MindfulNYU. Schedules can be found here: https://www.nyu.edu/life/student-life/student-diversity/spiritual-life/mindfulness/free-meditation-and-yoga.html.

Counseling & Wellness also offers a free online resource to improve relaxation through the Relaxation Oasis: https://www.nyu.edu/life/safety-health-wellness/student-health-center/services/mental-health/relaxation-oasis.html

As we enter midterms and the demands of the year increase, being proactive with your self-care early on can help ensure a healthy and productive semester ahead. Remember to take the time to relax, savor the moment, and breathe. If you think it would be beneficial to speak with a counselor about your self-care planning, give Counseling & Wellness a call at 212-998-4780.

Important dates and deadlines, including final exams and snow make-up days


The School of Engineering follows the University Academic Calendar but maintains a slightly adjusted semester and final exam schedule.

View the Spring 2021 Session Dates below. For subsequent terms, please refer to the University-wide Academic Calendar for term start & end dates and registration periods and deadlines.

For events at the School of Engineering, visit our events page.

* All dates are subject to change *

Spring 2021 Regular Session

Spring 2021 classes begin
- Last day to drop Spring 2021 classes and not receive a grade of 'W'
- Last day to receive a refund of 100% of tuition & fees for students who are dropping classes, but will remain enrolled in at least one course. Students who withdraw from ALL courses during the term, please see the Refund Schedule for Complete Withdrawal
- Last day of initial registration on Albert for all students
- Last day of active waitlists
- Last day to drop/add on Albert for all students
- Beginning today students will be issued a grade of 'W' if they drop a class from their spring schedule or withdraw for the term
- Waitlists will be purged
- Courses dropped after the first two weeks of the semester: No refund of tuition or fees for students who are dropping classes, but will remain enrolled in at least one course
- All students who wish to perform initial registration or a registration transaction to add a class must go to their academic advisor or their academic department in order to initiate this request
- Beginning today students who want to withdraw from a class should use the Request Class Withdrawal process
Presidents' Day - No classes scheduled / University Holiday.
Legislative Day - Classes will meet according to a Monday schedule
Spring Break - No classes scheduled
Midterm Grades Deadline
Spring Break - No classes scheduled

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Last day to withdraw from a regular spring session spring course
Last day to use the Term Withdrawal and Total Withdrawal process to submit a regular spring semester term or total withdrawal request
Last day of regular Spring classes
Reading Day
Spring Final Exams

Seven Week First Session

Spring 2021 classes begin for 7W1
Last day to drop without receiving a grade of W
W Grades issued to drop classes

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Last day to withdraw (a W appears on transcript)
Last day of 7W1 classes

Seven Week Second Session

Session begins for 7W2
Add/drop deadline
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W Grades issued to drop classes
Last day to withdraw (a W appears on transcript)
Last day of 7W2 classes

FRE First Half Session

Session begins FRE first half
Add/drop deadline
W Grades issued to drop classes
Last day to withdraw (a W appears on transcript)
Last day of FRE first-half classes

FRE Second Half Session

Session begins for FR2
Add/drop deadline
W Grades issued to drop classes
Last day to withdraw from a class (a W appears on transcript)
Last day of FR2 second-half classes

Final Exam Schedule

Spring 2021 Final Exam Schedule

Undergraduate final exams will be administered from Wednesday, May 12, 2021-
Tuesday, May 18, 2021. Please click the Undergraduate Final Exam Schedulefor details.

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Graduate final exams will be administered from Wednesday, May 12, 2021-
Tuesday, May 18, 2021 at the regularly scheduled class time (unless otherwise communicated by instructors).

Snow Day Make-Up Schedule

Campus Closed Monday, February 1, and Tuesday, February 2, 2021: All Classes Will Be Remote.

NYU’s non-residential campus buildings are closed Monday, February 1, and Tuesday, February 2, 2021. All remote activity should continue as usual. All in-person classes and activities will pivot to remote and take place at their regularly scheduled times.

Administrative operations currently being conducted through telework will continue uninterrupted.