How to sign up for classes?!

<p>Hi, I am an LSP prospective freshman who is trying to sign up for his classes 4 next year. The sign up process began on June 1st.
However, when I try to follow the instructions that are given, I end up at a page that says something to the degree of "if you are a student don't click continue, this is for staff & counselors only"</p>

<p>I also read somewhere else that I would be receiving a call from an academic counselor over the summer.</p>

<p>Does anyone know if I am supposed to wait for this call/authorization to sign up for classes?
If not, can someone fill me in PLZ.</p>

<p>Thank you.</p>

<p>What instructions are you following? This is from the LSP freshman registration guide:</p>

<p><a href="http://www.nyu.edu/as/gsp/advising/StudentAdvising/LS/Registration/Entering%20Freshman/Registration%20Handbook-CAS10.pdf%5B/url%5D"&gt;http://www.nyu.edu/as/gsp/advising/StudentAdvising/LS/Registration/Entering%20Freshman/Registration%20Handbook-CAS10.pdf&lt;/a&gt;&lt;/p>

<p>I was under the impression that incoming Freshman cannot sign up for classes on the internet. I thought it was done during your particular schools orientation. Gallitan sent out a notice to come to orientation with a list of potential classes so you can register then.</p>

<p>Not all of the NYU schools have an on-campus summer orientation:</p>

<p>"Some NYU colleges invite students to campus during the summer, while others conduct their programs during the annual University-wide NYU Welcome Week (August 30th - September 3rd). Your school, college, or program will contact you directly with additional details, but a summary of planned activities is below for your reference."</p>

<p>Here is the link to the Freshman Orientation info:</p>

<p>Freshman</a> Orientation</p>

<p>Go to NYU Home. Click the "Academics" tab at the top. In the upper-lefthand corner of the site it says "login to albert" or something. click that. Then it will bring you to the Albert feature. Click "registration" as a tab (or look through the options on the screen you're on). And I'm sure you can figure it out from there :)</p>