Since 1998, Columbia University and New York University have maintained an agreement to share a number of language courses each academic year. Columbia and NYU students can freely cross-register for these courses and will receive credit at their home institution.
To see a list of the courses shared from NYU to Columbia, please follow this link to Columbia’s Directory of classes. Click on “Language Resource Center.” The languages that are part of the NYU exchange are labeled with the note “NYU Course.”
NYU’s Directory of Classes can be found on NYU Albert.
Please note that there is another consortial agreement for Ph.D. Students (and only Ph.D. students) between Columbia University, NYU, the New School and CUNY. This allows Ph.D. students to enroll for any classes at any of the four schools.
It is important to note that the agreement bears on specific courses and not on languages. If a student wishes to enroll for a language class other than the ones listed above, they will need to secure special permission from NYU. To do so, please contact Stéphane Charitos at email@example.com, +1-212-854-6341 who will petition his NYU counterpart to have this course added to the agreement. Please bear in mind that while NYU has been amenable in the past to adding courses to help Columbia students with their language studies, one should not automatically assume that they will agree to add any class.
In order to locate the NYU building codes and class locations for the NYU Campus courses visit the following link NYU Classroom Locations.
Instructions for activating NetID: https://www.nyu.edu/students/student-information-and-resources/registration-records-and-graduation/albert-help/netidpassword.html.
Instructions for picking up an NYU ID card after activating NetID: https://photoid.nyu.edu/
Language Placement Exams
If you would like to take a placement exam for one of the NYU language courses listed above and for any additional information, please contact Stephane Charitos by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
NYU Language Instructors
Akkadian: Daniel Fleming / Ronald Wallenfels
Ancient Egyptian: Marc LeBlanc / Niv Allon
Aramaic: Andrew Gross / Joseph Angel / Lawrence Schiffman
Cantonese: Pui Shan (Fiona) Hui
Filipino: Agnes (Bing) Magtoto / Luis Francia
Haitian Kreyol: Wynnie Lamour
Modern Irish: Padraig O’Cearuill / Hilary Sweeney
Quechua: Odi Gonzales Jimenez