Kimmel Center, Suite 210
60 Washington Square So., 7th Floor
Events for graduate students and international students throughout the year provide an opportunity for students across schools to engage with the NYU community. Check out programs and events at the link above.
Kimmel Center for University Life
60 Washington Square South, Suite 806
NYU CMEP enhances the NYU experience by fostering a more inclusive, aware and socially just community.; they also organize several events throughout the academic year.
Kimmel Center for University Life
60 Washington Square South, Suite 602
The LGBTQ Student Center creates a welcoming environment for all University students and faculty interested in developing their understanding of LGBTQ issues.
726 Broadway, 2nd and 3rd Floor
The Moses Center for Students with Disabilities facilitates equal access to programs and services for students with disabilities throughout the schools and divisions of NYU. Their accommodations include, but are not limited to, note-takers, testing accommodations, and sign-language interpreters.
The ISC serves as the representative council for the international undergraduate and graduate student populace of New York University.
R.I.S.E is a program created to enhance the residential experience of international students at NYU. R.I.S.E is made up of students, Resident Assistants, Faculty, and Professional Staff, who aim to create a positive and enjoyable experience for international students at N.Y.U. R.I.S.E. will provide opportunities for peer interaction, assist with integration into the U.S., and help students stay linked to their own culture while connecting with the greater NYU and NYC community.
238 Thompson Street, 4th Floor
Global Spiritual Life is an open, authentic, and vibrant community at the forefront of international conversations on religion and spirituality.
As the home of Catholic activities at New York University, the Catholic Center at NYU serves the approximately 18,000 Roman Catholic students at the university and is administered by the Order of Friars Preachers in partnership with the Church of St. Joseph.
Also known as Hillel at NYU, the Edgar M. Bronfman Center for Jewish Student Life engages one of the largest and most creative Jewish student populations in the United States.
The Islamic Center at NYU caters to a wide and growing audience, reaching not only Muslims in New York City but also individuals from other communities.
NYU is home to various independent student clubs that focus on faith, religion, and spirituality. These clubs are listed here
Global Spiritual Life hosts chaplain affiliates representing various faiths, denominations, and groups. For a list of chaplains click here
NYU has several options for dining, including meal plans and eating locations throughout campus. For complete information on dining, meal plans and payment options, visit nyu.campusdish.com
Tapingo is an application you can download on iPhones and Androids. This app allows you to order and pay for food from several restaurants on and around campus, allowing you to walk in and pick it up without the wait.
NYU eating options closest to the Law School:
- The Market Place in the Kimmel Center: A unique blend of cuisines to suit every taste with an emphasis on quality, freshness, and flexibility. Indoor and outdoor seating is available. Located at 60 Washington Square Park South, 3rd Floor.
- Lipton Dinig Hall: Sustainable and healthy eating initiatives, serving a selection of seasonal, locally grown fruits and vegetables. Lipton is the home base for vegan cuisine. Located at 33 Washington Square West.
- Kosher Eatery: All food is prepared under strict rabbinical supervision and is Kof-K certified. Services include a Shabbat Dinner. Located at 5-11 University Place.
566 LaGuardia Place
Ticket Central is your destination to access discounted tickets to the movies, Broadway/Off-Broadway shows, sporting events, musical concerts and more.
NYU's Museum Gateway gives students free admission to some of New York City's best cultural institutions including the following:
El Museo del Barrio
Grey Art Gallery
Museum of the City of New York
Museum of Modern Art
Museum of the Moving Image
The Jewish Museum
The New-York Historical Society
The Studio Museum in Harlem
Whitney Museum of American Art
Rubin Museum of Art
The Frick Collection
NYU's Student Health Center (SHC) is a campus resource and service center for all matriculated students. The Student Health Center offers routine and walk-in Primary Care and Women's Health Services at either no cost or very reduced cost to all matriculated students.
You can call a private hotline available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, to get in touch with a professional who can help to address day-to-day challenges as well as other health-related concerns.
726 Broadway, 3rd and 4th Floor
Short-term individual counseling, group counseling, self-improvement classes, referrals, and psychiatric medication services. All services except psychiatric medication services are free of charge.
726 Broadway, 2nd and 3rd Floor
The Moses Center for Students with Disabilities facilitates equal access to programs and services for students with disabilities throughout the schools and divisions of NYU. Accommodations may include, but are not limited to, note-takers, testing accommodations, and sign-language interpreters.
726 Broadway, 3rd Floor, Suite 346
This is an NYU-sponsored Student Health Insurance Program.
Download mp3s for guided relaxation exercises here
Matriculated students have access to all three facilities of the NYU Fitness Network.
- 404 Lafayette, 404 Lafayette Street
- Palladium, 140 E 14th St
- Brooklyn, 6 MetroTech Center
NYU Club Sports are student organizations initiated and administered by their members. Club Sports include racquetball, dance, frisbee, running, table tennis, and judo. For a complete list and to join, click here.
The mission of NYU's Public Safety Department is to create a safe and secure environment for the NYU Community.
For help, call 212-998-2222
The Public Safety Command Center is located at 7 Washington Place and is open 24/7.
NYU has seven bus routes, which students can use for free. A free safe ride van is also available for late night transportation around the NYU campus 7 days/week. The safe ride van can be called at 212-998-RIDE (998-7433). A valid NYU ID must be presented to use any campus transportation.
Located at Kimmel and various NYU residence halls throughout campus.
The NYU BikeShare Program offers free daily bike rentals free of charge to NYU students.
The University hosts informal conversation groups for international graduate students interested in using their English conversational skills. These groups provide lively conversation in English and the opportunity to interact with graduate students from other Divisions of the University.
ALI is one of the many schools and programs at NYU and throughout the US that offer English language instruction during the summer months and throughout the academic year.
411 Lafayette Street, 4th Floor
At the Writing Center, any NYU student can get help with his or her writing. It is a place where one-on-one teaching and learning occur, as students work closely with professional consultants at every stage of the writing process and on any piece of writing.
(NYU Law website)
Helpful advice for law students on student writing and publishing.
Get a taste of a new language and culture without leaving home! Speaking Freely is available to students free of charge. The 75-minute language coaching sessions meet once a week for approximately ten weeks each semester at various locations on campus. Each week, you'll learn how to communicate on a different topic, or you might enjoy a related activity—a movie, concert, or neighborhood visit—as part of a small informal language group. No books are required and there’s no pressure of grades!
Speaking Freely offers sessions in many different languages, including Arabic, Czech, English, French, Hebrew, Hindi, Italian, Japanese, Russian, Mandarin, and Spanish.
Your NYUCard may be activated as a debit account; money can be placed in an account that can be drawn upon for purchases at many locations on and off campus. Campus Cash is accepted at all NYU Bookstores, NYU Health Center, Palladium Sweat-n-Shop, NYU Ticket Central, for copy and printing at Bobst and Law Libraries, and at all Campus Dining facilities.
726 Broadway , New York, NY 10003
The NYU Bookstore provides textbooks for all the NYU schools and colleges. They also carry general trade books, study aids, NYU clothing & gifts, school supplies, stationery items, and more.
726 Broadway, New York, NY 10003
The Computer Store offers a selection of academically priced Hardware & Software: Apple, Lenovo, Dell, Epson and HP.
140 E 14th St
Buy the latest fashionable NYU apparel for men and women from popular brands such as Nike, Under Armour, and Tailgate.
The Office of Global Services (OGS) offers orientation, as well as the International Spouses/Partners English Program (ISEP) and an International Spouses/Partners Group (ISG).
Resources for students with children include a Baby-Sitting Registry, Graduate Child-Care Subsidy, access to consulting services and information on activities for kids in NYC.
547 LaGuardia Place
Services include cutting/trimming, drilling/punching, Color Laser Copying, Mailing Services, labeling, ink-jet printing, CASS certification, bulk mailings, Business Cards and Stationary, and much more.
NYU has three Student Technology Centers that provide access to a variety of technology resources including specialized software, printing, video conferencing, video production suites, group study spaces, and more.
The three sites are: LaGuardia Co-op, located at 539-541 LaGuardia Place; Kimmel Center Lab, located at 60 Washington Square South, 4th Floor; and Third Ave Lab, located at 75 Third Avenue, Level C3.
There are music practice rooms with pianos available to be booked by all NYU students. Please visit https://kimmelonestop.nyu.edu/VirtualEms/ to reserve a room.
Commitment to service is one of the cornerstones of NYU. Over 5,000 students, staff and faculty are involved in University-sponsored community service activities each year. Alternative breaks, and conducting clothing and food drives are just a few of the hundred programs available.
For a full list of student clubs at NYU click here
The NYU Sustainability Office coordinates the University's greening programs and works to bring student, staff, and faculty together to not only increase the environmental efficiency of NYU's operations but also to create a "green" campus culture.
The NYU Photo Bureau offers photographic services to the NYU community including portrait sessions, organizing photo shoots for events, copyright/licensing, stock photo purchases and photo archiving.
The NYU Mobile App provides students with instant access to key information essential to their day-to-day lives at New York University.
Key features include dining menus across NYU, real-time NYU shuttle tracking, Safe Ride features, NYU events and news, access to NYU Classes on-the-go (read-only), access to the NYU directory, and emergency notifications.