You’re Admitted for 2019! Now What?

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You are coming to NYU! Now that you’ve been admitted to Coding for Game Design, it’s time to make your student status official and get ready for the summer.

1. Activate Your NetID & Follow Admission Instructions: In your admission letter, there are important instructions on how to activate your NYU NetID, log into NYU’s student system (aka Albert), and accept your admission.  Be sure to follow those instructions so your student status for the summer activates and we know you are coming.

2. Read Your Email & This Blog
All the information you will need to prepare for the summer will be either sent to you via email and/or posted on this blog.  Be sure to carefully read everything so you don’t miss important information, dates, details, and deadlines. You can subscribe to this blog and receive posts via email by clicking “Follow” below.  Posts will begin at the end of April.

3. Mark Your Calendar & Book Your Travel
The three separate sessions of Coding for Game Design program will take in July and August.  Attendance is mandatory to participate, so be sure you are free to attend the entire time of your session.  If you are living on campus for sessions I or II, be sure to book your travel so you arrive on Sunday and leave on Saturday.  Students cannot stay in campus housing before or after the exact dates of their session  The basics of moving in and out of your residential hall is available on the Housing & Dining page.

If you have any questions or difficulty completing this initial “to-do” list, please feel free to contact us.

Thank You!

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Countless thanks to all students who participated in NYU Create Lab’s Coding for Game Design this summer!  We’ve enjoyed having you on campus, and we hope you enjoyed your time at NYU.

All the best this school year!

 

Welcome to Campus!

Coding for Game Design (Session 2)

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We’re glad you’re here!

Thank you for reading the blog posts.  We hope they helped prepare you for your experience ahead. Please use this blog as a reference during your time at CREATE Lab as it contains a wealth of information and resources. And if you have any questions that you can’t find answers to, please ask your instructor or contact us.

ALSO, remember to check your email frequently so you don’t miss anything!

Welcome to NYU!

Reminder: RSVP for July 29-August 4 Events!

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Session II students!  Don’t forget the evening and weekend events! You should have received an email on Wednesday at the personal email address you listed on your admission application with event information and RSVP instructions.  If you did not, check your spam first (sometimes our emails are accidentally filtered, sigh).

Remember, those of you living on campus must move out by noon on Saturday, August 4.  Keep that in mind when thinking about your event schedule!

The RSVP deadline is Monday, July 23!  If you have questions, contact us!

Reminder: RSVP for July 22-28 Events!

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Session II students!  Don’t forget the evening and weekend events! You should have received an email on Wednesday at the personal email address you listed on your admission application with event information and RSVP instructions.  If you did not, check your spam first (sometimes our emails are accidentally filtered, sigh).

Remember, you will be busy with orientation on Sunday, July 22, but feel free to RSVP for events on other days your first week.

The RSVP deadline is Monday, July 16!  If you have questions, contact us!

Welcome to Campus!

Coding for Game Design (Session 1)

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We’re glad you’re here!

Thank you for reading the blog posts.  We hope they helped prepare you for your experience ahead. Please use this blog as a reference during your time at CREATE Lab as it contains a wealth of information and resources. And if you have any questions that you can’t find answers to, please ask your instructor or contact us.

ALSO, remember to check your email frequently so you don’t miss anything!

Welcome to NYU!