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How do I access my NYU Home E-mail?
To access your NYUHome Email account Click here and log in with your NYU Net ID and Password. You can find your NYU Net ID on the back of your NYU ID Card. Click on ‘E-mail’ to access your NYUHome email. For more information go to NYU E-mail.
Accessing your NYUHome E-mail on a portable device (e.g. iPhone, Blackberry, iPad, laptop)
You must first set your Google Apps password before being able to access NYUHome E-mail on a portable device. To set your Google Apps password go to the NYU Start and log in with your NYU Net ID and password. For more information go to NYU E-mail / Calendar: Desktop Application and mobile device set-up
Forgot your NYUHome password?
Go to the NYU Start page and log in with your NYU Net ID and Password. Click ‘Forgot Your Password?’ and follow instructions for resetting your password.
I prefer to use a 3rd party email client to access my email. How do I set this up?
Go to NYU E-mail / Calendar: Desktop application and mobile device set-up for instructions.
I forward my NYUHome account to another email provider. How can I make sure that all forwarded emails go through?
In order to whitelist emails from the Law School, you can usually specify a domain that these emails come from, and mark them as a Safe Sender, or similar. Instructions for some popular email services and software are provided here.
Who can I talk to about my exam status?
All questions that are not related to ITS support should be directed to Academic Services.
Where can I download the Exam4 exam taking software?
You can download Exam4 by clicking here.
Where can I find my Student Exam ID number for this semester?
Your Student Exam ID changes every semester and the current one can be found in ExamReporter.
How can I make sure that my exam has uploaded?
You can view all exam uploads by going ExamReporter.
Connecting to Licensed Databases from Off-Campus
Some Law School resources are available at the Research tab in NYU Home. To connect to other licensed databases, ejournal and eBooks click here for the Library’s page on ‘Connecting to Licensed Databases from Off-Campus’. for instructions.