Advising & Registration

Advising

Media, Culture, and Communication advising supports your academic, professional, and personal development, while also empowering you to take responsibility for your own growth in these areas. 

Advisors are available for appointments year-round. Use the calendar links to make an appointment with your primary advisor to discuss your program of study, academic and professional goals, or to solve complex registration issues.  

Appointments to meet with graduate advisors fill up quickly, especially during registration period. Please schedule appointments in advance.

Registration

You must be in touch with your primary advisor each semester to obtain registration clearance. You are responsible for monitoring registration deadlines, meeting degree requirements, and remaining on track for graduation. Registration deadlines are posted on the University Registrar’s academic calendar.

Rising second-year students are encouraged to keep in mind that the number of credits taken can impact financial aid packages, visa status, and/or student standing.

Registering for Classes with Albert  
Once you have obtained advisor clearance, you will be eligible to register via Albert, NYU’s registration system. Albert is available through your NYUGlobalHome account. Albert has various features, including the Course Search function; registration time and status; your schedule and transcript; and course availability. Online how-to guides are available with step-by-step directions on navigating Albert.

Additional Resources

  • Registration and academic forms are available on the Steinhardt Forms page.
  • Mitchell Leaska Scholarship Application
    This award honors the legacy of Mitchell Leaska, a distinguished professor at NYU Steinhardt for close to 40 years. MA students are eligible to apply for the Mitchell Leaska Scholarship to support the preparation and presentation of original scholarly work at conferences. 
  • MA Research & Professional Development Application
    MA students are eligible to apply for the Research and Professional Development fund to defray the cost of various professional activities such as conference fees, research projects/supplies, etc. 
  • Additional Funding Sources
  • The NYU Wasserman Center for Career Development offers extensive career services. Wasserman's Graduate Student Career Development Center serves the needs of graduate students in their career and future academic planning.
  • Create a Handshake account to register for career-related events on campus and to access NYU's job board.
  • The Department has compiled suggestions for MCC students beginning the job search.