In addition to offering students the opportunity to take advantage of the University's meal plan options, New York University School of Law operates two informal cafe facilities on campus. Conveniently located and competitively priced, these venues allow students to grab something to eat or drink in a collegial atmosphere without having to leave the campus.
Golding Student Lounge, located on the second floor Vanderbilt Hall, and the Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz Student Cafe, located in our newest building, Jay Furman Hall, are our two informal cafe facilities. Meal Plan options available to Law students are available through the University Campus Dining Service. Both are open year-round and offer daily fare including a variety of fresh baked pastry items, a rotating roster of specialty sandwiches and salads, homemade soups and hot entrees, as well as an assortment of fruit juices, soda and bottled waters, candy and other sweets, and most importantly, an assortment of teas and strong coffee.
The D'Agostino Hall Law Commons offers vending fare. This facility, a large, open, loft-like space, offers students lounge type seating as well as round tables with chairs for group study. In addition, there are fifteen computers and individual hookups for personal computers located around the room.
Meal Plan options available to Law students are available through the University Campus Dining Service. The University Campus Dining Service has numerous meal plan options and dining locations within easy walking distance of all Law School buildings.
NYU School of Law students must go to the NYU Campus Dining Web site and click on the link for "Off Campus Housing sign-up" to register for a Meal Plan.