Plan ahead to visit the Law School, located just off historic Washington Square Park in the Greenwich Village neighborhood of downtown Manhattan.
Campus Visit Program
Prospective graduate law students are welcome to visit campus to learn more about what it's like to be a part of our innovative and dynamic community. You will be able to tour our main buildings, have your questions answered in person, and explore the surrounding neighborhood. Visits are for informational purposes only.
Before you begin making travel plans, carefully review New York University's guidelines for campus visitors, including the COVID-19 vaccination requirement.
To make arrangements for a tour, you must register with us at least five business days in advance. At this time, we are unable to accommodate guests on short notice, same day walk-ins, or visitors other than prospective students.
- We are unable to sponsor visits on weekends and observed holidays.
- Students and faculty will not be on campus during Spring Recess (March 13-19). Self-guided tours remain available for visitors.
- If you would like to schedule a visit on March 2-3, March 30-31, or April 13-14, please email us directly.
Before You Arrive
After you register, expect email correspondence from us to confirm and plan your visit and help you comply with NYU's visitor policies.
You will need the email approving your visit and a government-issued ID to access campus buildings. You also may be requested to show vaccination documentation; prepare accordingly.
Upon arrival, you'll come to Wilf Hall to check in for your visit.
NYU Law provides reasonable accommodations to people with disabilities. Please contact us at least two weeks before the date of the visit with requests for accommodations.
There remains a degree of uncertainty associated with making travel plans; book accordingly.
While we are unable to sponsor a visa for international students to visit campus, citizens of some countries may be eligible for the visa waiver program.