The Student Affairs team is excited to announce that one of the most enjoyable social events of the year, Fall Ball, will be held on Halloween Night this year, Thursday, October 31st in Vanderbilt Hall. We are looking forward to seeing you express your creativity with your costumes as you have a relaxing and safe night. Enjoy music, dancing, fortune tellers, and much more!
Timing: This year, the doors to the party will open at 7:00pm and guests will not be admitted into the building after 9:30pm, so be sure to arrive reasonably early. The party will conclude at 11:30pm, with bars closing at 11:00pm.
Registration: Please indicate your desire to attend Fall Ball by registering here: http://nyulaw.imodules.com/fallball2013.
Admission: Admission is FREE and includes (5) drink tickets. Your NYU ID (with a current Law Library or Residence Hall sticker) AND a valid state-issued photo ID* or passport must be presented at the door. You are allowed to bring (1) guest, and you must accompany your guest at the time of entry. Your guest must also present a valid state-issued photo ID* or passport. (*Proof of Age is required if you or your guests intend to drink alcohol.)
Attire: This year, your fellow students selected as a theme: “I KNOW WHAT YOU DID LAST 1L SUMMER.” Creative and HORROR MOVIE themed costumes are encouraged!
Please note: you will not be able to enter the building carrying large bags or backpacks. Refrain from bringing any props for your costumes that might pose a danger to another party guest (e.g., baseball bats, hockey sticks, pointy swords, etc.). Guests carrying such items will be denied entry.
Lockers: There will be no access allowed to lockers in Vanderbilt Hall during this event.
Alcohol Use: Please be aware that any person appearing to be intoxicated will not be admitted to the building and will not be served during the party should he or she become intoxicated.
Your Actions Matter!: Please be mindful that inappropriate behavior at this event may have long term consequences for bar admission if you are involved in an incident requiring intervention by NYU Public Safety. We want everyone to have a fun experience and we ask everyone to behave responsibly.