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WHAT YOU WILL FIND INSIDE
02 Getting Started at NYU Tandon
03 Graduate Student Community
07 On-campus Employment
Tuition and Financial Aid
11 Career Management and Mobility
15 NYU Campuses
Student Services and Facilities
08 Academic Advising and Registration
12 Health and Immunization
13 Arrival Guide for International Students
05 Email Access and Information Technology
10 Flexible Academics
14 Graduate Student Housing
GETTING STARTED AT NYU TANDON YOUR PERSONALIZED PORTAL The NYU Tandon School of Engineering has set up a personalized website where you can explore everything we have to offer. Log in to access all the information you will need–from securing housing in New York City to a sampling of “hot” courses in your program. Visit gradadmit.nyuengineering.org and log in using the email address you provided on your application.
NEW GRADUATE STUDENT ORIENTATION SPRING 2017 JAN 18–20 FALL 2017 TBD
Before the start of each semester, new graduate students have the opportunity to register for classes, learn about the NYU Tandon School of Engineering, meet new people and experience New York City during New Graduate Student Orientation (NGSO). Orientation is Mandatory You must register online through our registration system at engineering.nyu.edu/ngso Course Registration and Enrollment Registration and course enrollment are facilitated during New Graduate Student Orientation. If your schedule does not allow you to participate in NGSO, please visit: engineering.nyu.edu/ngso and refer to the NGSO checklist.
NGSO SEMINARS, WORKSHOPS AND ACTIVITIES Welcome to Graduate Life at the NYU Tandon School of Engineering ■ Introduction
to Academic Life including a presentation from the Provost’s Office.
of our School, advocacy and compliance, as well as student life and services.
SPRING 2017 JAN 23
Graduate Student Life Seminars ■ Find
FALL 2017 SEPT 5
out the essential information about being a new student at the NYU Tandon School of Engineering.
are required to attend one of the three Graduate Student Life Seminars.
Introduction to Entrepreneurship and Start-ups ■ Learn
about the School’s commitment to providing students with an opportunity for invention, innovation and entrepreneurship (highly recommended).
the NYU future labs.
New International Students Seminar ■ Learn
about the logistics and requirements of being an international student at the NYU Tandon School of Engineering (required for all new international students).
Workshops ■ Workshops
on topics such as library resources, career management, financing your graduate education, acclimating to life in NYC and more.
Walking Tours ■ Get
familiar with the MetroTech campus, the local Brooklyn area and New York University’s Washington Square campus.
New Graduate Student Events ■ Socialize
with other new students in fun, relaxed settings.
GRADUATE STUDENT COMMUNITY A ROBUST STUDENT LIFE FOR GRADUATE STUDENTS Classroom study is only part of your experience as a graduate student at the NYU Tandon School of Engineering. Our active campus life, as well as the activities at the Washington Square campus mean you’ll have plenty of opportunities to develop new interests; meet new friends and establish professional connections.
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Student Clubs The Office of Student Activities and Resource Center (OSARC) coordinates a unique student club and organization structure at the NYU Tandon School of Engineering that will give you plenty of opportunities to get involved, network and enrich your academic life. Students are also welcome, and encouraged, to participate in the NYU’s student life.
Future Labs The NYU Tandon School of Engineering supports entrepreneurship through our three flagship future labs (business incubators). The Data Future Lab on Varick Street in Manhattan, the media focused Digital Future Lab in DUMBO and the Urban Future Lab on the MetroTech campus, provide an environment to stimulate growth of science, media, technology and green energy startups.
Service Opportunities Our graduate students don’t just make innovations—they make a difference. Through our strong relationships with charities and service organizations, you can use your creativity to help inspire others. Graduate students are proud to apply their knowledge and give back to the community through organizations such as NYC Service, Habitat for Humanity, New York Cares and the Poly Project which provides opportunities for the community to engage in community service.
Alumni Networking Opportunities As a graduate student at the NYU Tandon School of Engineering, you will tap into our vast network of more than 470,000 New York University alumni worldwide, including Fortune 500 CEOs, successful entrepreneurs and university presidents. Our alumni network will give you a superior advantage in the job market, as well as connect you to an extensive list of professional contacts over the course of your entire career.
STUDENT SERVICES AND FACILITIES LIBRARY FACILITIES Bern Dibner Library of Science and Technology ■ Borrowing
Materials Borrow up to 20 circulating items for a 28 day period. Reference materials may not be used outside the library.
The library subscribes to many databases covering a variety of academic disciplines and peerreviewed publications. Access full text articles 24/7 on-campus or off via the library website at library.nyu.edu
and Copying Self-service copiers and a printer are available on the main floor of the library.
Reference Service chat with a librarian about your research needs during library hours by phone at (646) 997-3530 or online. For online help, go to library.poly.edu/help/ask, Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. During off hours, you can visit library.nyu.edu/ask
NYU Bobst and other NYU Libraries You can visit and borrow materials from the Bobst Library and the Courant School of Mathematics Library using your student ID card. Use your NYU NetID and password to access NYU’s electronic resources while at the libraries or off-campus. Activate your NYU NetID, refer to the instructions in this guide or visit: nyu.edu/its.
BOOKSTORE Once you have registered for classes, you will be able to find the required and recommended textbooks for your classes through the NYU bookstore website. All you need are the catalog numbers for all your classes, and the bookstore’s website will provide you with a list of books required for your courses. Visit: bookstores.nyu.edu.
POLYTECHNIC TUTORING CENTER The Polytechnic Tutoring Center (PTC), is dedicated to giving students the personalized attention they need to help them achieve their academic goals. Services are available to all students, free of charge. The PTC provides writing, reading and English language help in our Writing Center to undergraduate and graduate students at all levels.
COUNSELING NYU Tandon School of Engineering’s Counseling and Wellness Services (CWS) Center offers a variety of services to help students achieve their maximum potential both academically and professionally, as well as socially and emotionally. Consultation, counseling and psychotherapy are confidential and included as part of your registration fees, so there is no additional cost to you. Visit: engineering.nyu.edu/life/student-resources/health-wellness for more information.
EMAIL ACCESS AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY EMAIL COMMUNICATION
All NYU Tandon School of Engineering students have a NYU email account. To ensure that students both receive and are responsive to important notices from all departments and offices, students need to observe the following policy: ■ To
protect the environment and maximize the efficiency of communication, the NYU Tandon School of Engineering does not send paper (mail) notices to students.
■ The email
account is a student’s official point of contact. Students are expected to directly access this account at least once each school day.
NYU NETID INFORMATION Activate and learn your NetID at NYU Start. Visit Learn your NetID at start.nyu.edu/ibin/getnetid.cgi and enter your University ID and date of birth to activate and learn your NetID (a unique alphanumeric code that NYU assigns to you, e.g. xyz123), and set a password.
How Do I Find and Activate My NYU University ID Number and NetID? NYU Tandon School of Engineering students can access their credentials by logging into the personal information section of NYU Albert. Once you have your information you will then need to activate your NetID.
For more information, visit: nyu.edu/life/resources-and-services/information-technology
NYU ALBERT–NYU TANDON SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING STUDENT INFORMATION SYSTEM NYU Tandon School of Engineering’s student information system is called NYU Albert. The system allows you to: ■ Access
your aid package for the year with award types and amounts and required aid documents
for classes; add/ drop classes; view unofficial transcripts
On-Campus: albert.nyu.edu Off-Campus: nyu.edu/its/nyunet/offcampus/vpn
TUITION AND FINANCIAL AID FINANCIAL AID At the NYU Tandon School of Engineering we make every effort to assist you as you apply for the wide variety of financial aid, scholarships, grants and loans available to graduate students. We encourage you to contact us to address any questions you may have regarding the cost and financing of your graduate education.
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For more information visit: engineering.nyu.edu/financial-aid
FAFSA US citizens or permanent US residents seeking financial aid for graduate study should file a FAFSA each year at fafsa.ed.gov
TUITION & FEES Graduate tuition is charged on a per-credit basis. To view the latest tuition costs, please visit: engineering.nyu.edu/grad/costs
PAYING TUITION Students may pay their tuition in one of four ways: 1. Traditional. In-person via cash, check, or money order at the Office of the Bursar located in Dibner Building, Room 201. For payments via mail, make checks payable to the NYU Tandon School of Engineering and mail to: NYU Tandon School of Engineering, 6 Metrotech Center, Office of the Bursar, 201 Dibner Bldg, Brooklyn, NY 11201 Y ou can also make secure payments online through NYU esuite nyu.edu/bursar/esuite/index.html
3. Third Party Sponsorship Bill a third party (e.g. company, government agency or organization sponsoring a student). Please bring your Letter of Authorization to the Office of the Bursar located in Building, Room 201. 4. W ire Transfer. International students can make a payment directly through a wire transfer or through Western Union. Visit nyu.edu/bursar/payment. info/methods.wire
2. Payment Plans. For complete details on payment plans, please visit nyu.edu/bursar/payment.info/ plans For more details on payment options please visit nyu.edu/bursar/payment.info/methods.html
ON-CAMPUS EMPLOYMENT Graduate Assistantships Gain work experience in a professional setting while you earn your degree in one of our on-campus employment programs for graduate students. As a graduate assistant, you can develop your professional skills while bolstering your credentials, bridging the gap between academia and the real world. Graduate students are actively involved with administrative and academic departmental support, such as general administration and clerical duties, advising, planning, maintenance and front desk positions. Other Funding Opportunities Specific departments also award financial aid to graduate students in the form of teaching and research assistantships. Assistantships are available for PhD students with excellent academic credentials. Students receiving this award perform teaching duties in addition to supervised research by a faculty adviser.
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Graduate students can also be awarded with research contracts and grants by individual faculty members. Graduate students also have the opportunity to work as a mentor for young students in the Center for K-12 STEM Education programs, promoting teamwork through engaging lessons involving building, programming, research, creative activities and hands-on experiment competitions. SPIKE The Skill-Based Program for Incubator Knowledge and Employment (SPIKE) aims to support the companies developing in the NYU Tandon School of Engineeringâ€™s future labs while providing an opportunity for students to learn the skills necessary to find employment after completing their studies. Students will have the opportunity to directly impact the outcome of start-ups through diligent work and gain new skills that students would otherwise not be exposed to. Positions offered under this track are off campus at the Data Future Lab and Digital Future Lab. For more information, visit: engineering.nyu.edu/spike
ACADEMIC ADVISING AND REGISTRATION ADMISSIONS RECORD All Tandon School of Engineering students must complete their admissions record by providing all official final academic records and proof of degree completion. This is a University requirement.
ACADEMIC ADVISING Prior to registration, students are required to meet their academic advisers to select classes for their first semester. Information regarding academic advising appointments will be provided prior to New Graduate Student Orientation. Before meeting with your academic adviser, you should: ■ Familiarize
yourself with the curriculum for your program of study (core, specialization and electives as detailed in the course catalog)
your career goals to your program specialization and electives
■ Identify ■ Check
your length of study
class availability and schedules
REGISTRATION After meeting with your academic adviser, if you have no other holds on your student account, you can register online using NYU Albert. You can access the list of course offerings and class schedules by logging on to the NYU Albert class schedule site at albert.nyu.edu/course-search. If you uploaded your NYU card photo at photoid.nyu.edu ahead of time, you may pick it up at Orientation. Otherwise, once you have made your schedule, print out your Registration Receipt from NYU Albert and take it with a photo ID to the ID Office on the Brooklyn or Manhattan campuses. This is where you will receive your student ID card, which will allow you access to campus buildings and so much more. Lastly, if you need to purchase your books, you can do so online at bookstores.nyu.edu. For more information or registration technical help, please feel free to contact the help desk at (646) 997-3123 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. The help desk’s hours are Monday–Friday, 9:00 a.m.– 5:00 p.m.
ACADEMIC ADVISERS PROGRAM
DEPARTMENT DIRECTOR / ADVISER ROOM
Applied Physics (MS)
AP Edward Wolf
CBE Mgavi Brathwaite
Biomedical Engineering (MS)
CBE Gene DiResta
CBE Evgeny Vulfson
Biotechnology and Entrepreneurship (MS) CBE Evgeny Vulfson
Chemical Engineering (MS) (PhD)
CBE Jovan Mijovic
CBE Iwao Teraoka
Civil Engineering (MS) (PhD)
CE ECE CSE CSE CE
Joseph Anderson Xiao-Kang Chen
Computer Engineering (MS) Computer Science (MS) Computer Science (PhD) Construction Management (MS) Cybersecurity (MS)
Electrical Engineering (MS)
Electrical Engineering (PhD)
ECE Yao Wang
Environmental Engineering (MS)
CE Mohsen Hossein
Environmental Science (MS)
CE Mohsen Hossein
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Financial Engineering (MS)
Industrial Engineering (MS)
Barry Blecherman Zahra Patterson
Integrated Digital Media (MS)
TCS Eric Maiello
TM Mark De Lessio
Management of Technology (MS)
TM Vivek Veeraiah Jin Kim Montclare CBE Iwao Teraoka
Materials Chemistry (PhD) Mathematics (MS)
MATH Deane Yang
Mechanical Engineering (MS) (PhD)
ME Iskender Sahin
Mechatronics and Robotics (MS)
ME Iskender Sahin Oded Nov TM Vivek Veeraiah
CBE Abraham Ulman
CE Elena Prassas
CE Elena Prassas
CE Ilan Juran
Technology Management (PhD) Translational Surface Engineering (MS) Transportation Management (MS) Transportation Planning and Engineering (MS) (PhD) Urban Systems Engineering and Management (MS) DEPARTMENTS LEGEND AP - Applied Physics CBE - Chemical and Bimolecular Engineering CE - Civil and Urban Engineering CSE - Computer Science and
Engineering ECE - Electrical and Computer Engineering FRE - Finance and Risk Engineering MATH - Mathematics
ME - Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering TCS - Technology, Culture and Society TM - Technology Management and Innovation
LOCATION LEGEND RH - Rogers Hall LC - Dibner Building 2MTech - 2 MetroTech Center 5MTech - 5 MetroTech Center 55 Broad - Manhattan Campus
FLEXIBLE ACADEMICS GRADUATE PROGRAM STRUCTURE A graduate education combines classroom interaction, professional development and personal enrichment. Our curriculum enables you to transition seamlessly from your graduate program into challenging and rewarding positions in some of the most demanding industries.
PROGRAM OF STUDY (MS)
Core Courses (9–12 credits)
Concentration or Track (9–15 credits)
Electives (3–9 credits)
PROGRAM OF STUDY (PHD)
PhD Qualifying Exam
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STUDY ABROAD AT NYU GLOBAL CAMPUSES The NYU Tandon School of Engineering is a global community. We provide you with a supportive and enlightening environment, while connecting you to a vast array of international resources. As a student in a global network university with portal campuses in New York, Abu Dhabi and Shanghai as well as 11 international academic centers, you’ll find opportunities on six continents—Africa, Asia, Europe, North America and South America.
CAREER MANAGEMENT AND MOBILITY WASSERMAN CENTER FOR CAREER DEVELOPMENT
JOB GROWTH IN THE LAST 2 YEARS
The NYU Wasserman Center for Career Development will connect you with leading companies that are searching for highly skilled, market-ready individuals prepared to take on the challenges and opportunities of the 21st century. Our offices help students seek positions where their refined technical, analytical and communication skills can best be put to use. Brooklyn Office: Wunsch Hall, 1st floor, (646) 997-3650 Main Office: 133 E. 13th Street, 2nd floor, (212) 998-4730 Website: nyu.edu/careerdevelopment Email: email@example.com Internship Opportunities Internships allow students to gain real-world experience, while giving employers a chance to identify future talent. Students are encouraged to participate in one or more internships before they graduate, demonstrating to employers NYU’s high standards of excellence. These professional experiences give students an edge over the competition and have the potential to turn into full-time opportunities following graduation. NYU Careernet, Career Fairs and On-Campus Recruiting Students can connect to NYU CareerNet, our online internship and job search engine. Using this valuable database, students can submit a cover letter and resume directly to employers. Additionally, internship and job seekers can meet with
hiring companies at career fairs and even arrange on-campus interviews with these employers. Participating companies range from small entrepreneurial start-ups to midsized businesses to internationally recognized major corporations Career Counseling and Career Development Seminars Knowing how to conduct an internship or job search is key to landing the opportunity you want. Through one-on-one career counseling and group seminars, students acquire effective job search skills designed to complement their successful inclassroom experiences. Writing an effective résumé, preparing for a career fair and acing the interview are just some of the topics addressed by career center staff.
OPTIONAL PROFESSIONAL TRAINING (OPT) AND CURRICULUM PRACTICAL TRAINING (CPT) OPT is a one-year work permit for international students who have completed their graduate degree in the US. ■ You
have to find a job within 90 days of that one year period after graduation.
have to apply for an H1B visa while in OPT.
is work authorization for international students that will allow them to do an internship.
can be issued for various lengths of time, from one semester up to one year. NYU Tandon School of Engineering will allow international students to do an internship only after completing two semesters.
HEALTH AND IMMUNIZATION IMMUNIZATION In accordance with New York State law, all entering students must show proof of immunity against measles, mumps and rubella. The law prohibits the NYU Tandon School of Engineering from allowing any student to register for classes without documented proof of immunization against these diseases. Students must have the immunization form completed by the physician or health care provider who administered their vaccinations. Once completed, the Immunization Record should be submitted (via mail, fax or in-person) to:
NYS LAW REQUIRES PROOF OF
NYU Student Health Center Immunization Record Services 726 Broadway, Suite 336 New York, NY 10003 Phone: (212) 443-1199 Fax: (212) 443-1198 To expedite your registration, you should complete this process well in advance of your arrival at the NYU Tandon School of Engineering. For more information or to download the forms, visit: engineering.nyu.edu/grad/health_requirements
HEALTH INSURANCE FOR US STUDENTS If you are enrolled for more than nine credits you will be automatically enrolled in the school-sponsored health insurance plan. The cost of this insurance policy will be added to your student tuition account. This insurance option is required for students who do not have insurance, whose current family health coverage is about to expire, whose health insurance is with an HMO or restricted PPO out of the area, or are international students. If you are a US citizen or permanent resident and you have private insurance with comparable coverage, you can request to waive the school plan (applying for a waiver does not automatically waive you out of the plan). You will be contacted by the insurance carrier if there are questions regarding your waiver. For more information or to apply for a health insurance waiver, visit: nyu.edu/shc
NYU HEALTH CENTER Students have access to many services at the NYU Student Health Center (SHC). Students will be responsible for their co-pay, co-insurance and any portion of the bill not paid by the insurance company and SHCÂ service fees. The office visit co-pay will be requested at the time of service. The NYU Student Health Center is located in Manhattan at 726 Broadway, 3rd and 4th floors, New York, NY 10003. Call (212) 443-1000 for an appointment. Same-day appointments are available. Students seeking care can walk in to the 3rd floor center without an appointment, but an additional $10 walk-in fee (not covered by the insurance plan) will be assessed. For more information about hours of operation and available services in Manhattan and Brooklyn visit: nyu.edu/shc
INTERNATIONAL STUDENT ARRIVAL PREPARING FOR YOUR DEPARTURE International students should make their travel plans to New York City as soon as they receive their visa. Note that students will not be permitted to enter the United States more than 30 days before the start date listed on their I-20 or DS-2019 form.
Documents Keep your passport, I-20 or DS-2019, SEVIS fee receipt, admission letter, original academic records, medical and dental records, and any other important documents with you in your carry-on bags. Do not put important documents in your checked bags. Make backup copies of all your important documents and keep them with you, in a different place than your original documents.
Clothing/Climate There are four seasons here. The summer (June–August) is hot with temperatures between 16-35°C or 61-95°F. During the winter (November–March), it can be very cold, with average temperatures between -3-11°C or 25-52°F. Be sure to pack some clothes for cold weather if you have them, and recall that there are shops near campus where you will be able to buy such items once you arrive.
Money We suggest you bring traveler’s checks, a credit card and/or a small amount of US dollars when you travel from your home country. This will allow you to have cash for food, transportation, hotel and other services. We do not suggest that you bring significant amounts of currency of any kind with you on your journey to New York. It is highly recommended that you set up a bank account with an institution that has branch locations in New York City after arriving.
Personal Items We encourage you to bring personal items (such as photographs and addresses, phone numbers, and email addresses for your family and friends) and cultural items (such as traditional clothing and recipes for your favorite foods) with you to New York. Other suggested items would be an international driver’s license, and marriage and birth certificates if you are coming with dependents.
ARRIVING IN NEW YORK CITY The NYU Tandon School of Engineering is located in New York City in the borough of Brooklyn and is convenient to all New York-area airports. International flights will either go to John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK), LaGuardia Airport (LGA) or Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) in New Jersey—just across the river. In many cases, it is most convenient to take a taxi from the airport. The cost is approximately US $50. The taxi drivers are very familiar with the city. Have the driver take you to your residence hall, hotel or the hostel. Be sure to use only official yellow or green New York City taxis.
GRADUATE STUDENT HOUSING TEMPORARY HOUSING In the event that you arrive in New York in advance of the scheduled residence hall check-in date or you arrive when the Housing Office is closed, the following is a list of residences that accommodate international students on a walk-in basis:
International House 500 Riverside Drive New York, NY 10027 (212) 316-8400 ihouse-nyc.org
Educational Housing Services 31 Lexington Avenue New York, NY 10010 (800) 385-1689 studenthousing.org
International Student Center 38 West 88th Street New York, NY 10024 (212) 787-7706 nystudentcenter.org
The St. George Studio Building Residence 100 Henry Street (at Clark) Brooklyn Heights, NY 11201 Reservations: (212) 977-9099
OFF-CAMPUS LIVING The NYU Tandon School of Engineering provides a guide to finding the right apartment offâ€‘campus. Graduate Assistants are a useful source of advice, as many of them live both on- and off-campus. Another great way to get connected is by joining the NYU Tandon School of Engineering Facebook group, where you can get more advice and ideas from your fellow students. For more information, visit: engineering.nyu.edu/life/campus/on-campus-vs-off
NYU CAMPUSES NYU TANDON SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING 1 Othmer Residence Hall 111 Johnson Street 2 Dibner Library Building 5 MetroTech Center 3 Rogers Hall and Jacobs Academic Building 6 MetroTech Center 4 Wunsch Building 5 Academic Building 15 MetroTech Center 6 Academic Building 2 MetroTech Center
NYU WASHINGTON SQUARE 16 Alumni Hall (C-2)33 3rd Avenue 52 Alumni Relations (B-2) 25 West 4th Street 17 Barney Building (C-2) 34 Stuyvesant Street 60 Bobst Library (B-3) 70 Washington Square South 41 Bookstore (B-2) 726 Broadway 13 Brittany Hall (B-2) 55 East 10th Street 13 Broadway Windows (B-2) 12 Bronfman Center (B-2) 7 East 10th Street Broome Street Residence (not on map) 400 Broome Street 34 Brown Building (B-2) 29 Washington Place 26 Cantor Film Center (B-2) 36 East 8th Street 67 Card Center (C-3) 383 Lafayette Street 1 Carlyle Court (B-1) 25 Union Square West 9 Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò (A-1) 24 West 12th Street 80 Coles Sports and Recreation Center (B-3) 181 Mercer Street 32 College of Arts and Science (B-2) 31 Washington Place College of Dentistry (not on map) 345 East 24th Street 41 College of Nursing (B-2) 726 Broadway 51 Computer Bookstore (B-2) 242 Greene Street 73 Copy Central (B-3) 547 La Guardia Place 2 Coral Towers (C-1) 129 3rd Avenue 65 Courant School (B-3) 251 Mercer Street 68 D’Agostino Hall (A-3) 110 West 3rd Street 22 Deutsches Haus (B-2) 42 Washington Mews 48 East Building (B-2) 239 Greene Street
50 Education Building (B-2) 35 West 4th Street 21 Faculty of Arts and Science (B-2) 5 Washington Square North 14 Founders Hall (C-1) 120 East 12th Street 58 Furman Hall (A-3) 245 Sullivan Street 40 Gallatin School (B-2) 1 Washington Place 41 Global Liberal Studies (B-2) 726 Broadway 20 Glucksman Ireland House (B-2) 1 Washington Mews 49 Goddard Hall (B-2) 79 Washington Square East 63 Gould Plaza (B-3) 21 Graduate School of Arts and Science (B-2) 1/2 5th Avenue Gramercy Green (not on map) 310 3rd Avenue Greenwich Hotel (not on map) 636 Greenwich Street 32 Grey Art Gallery (B-2) 100 Washington Square East 45 Hayden Hall (A-2) 33 Washington Square West School for the Study of the Ancient World (not on map) 15 East 84th Street School of Fine Arts (not on map) 1 East 78th Street 23 School of French Studies (B-2) 15 Washington Mews 72 International Students and Scholars (B-3) 561 La Guardia Place Jeffrey S. Gould Welcome Center, Undergraduate Admissions Alumni Drop-in (B-3) 50 West 4th Street 62 Kaufman Management Center (B-3) 44 West 4th Street 57 Kevorkian Center (A-3) 50 Washington Square South 35 Kimball Hall (B-2) 246 Greene Street 59 Kimmel Center for University Life (B-3) 60 Washington Square South 57 King Juan Carlos I of Spain Center (A-3) 53 Washington Square South 23 La Maison Française (B-2) 16 Washington Mews Lafayette Residence Hall (not on map) 80 Lafayette Street 41 Liberal Studies (B-2) 726 Broadway 36 Life Sciences Building (B-2) 12-16 Waverly Place 10 Lillian Vernon Center (A-2) 58 West 10th Street 50 Loewe Theater (B-2) 35 West 4th Street 73 Mail Services (B-3) 547 La Guardia Place 41 McGhee Division (B-2) 726 Broadway 76 Mercer Street Residence (B-3) 240 Mercer Street 54 Meyer Hall (B-2) 4 Washington Place
41 Moses Center for Students with Disabilities (B-2) 726 Broadway 3 NYU Card Services Annex (C-1) 125 East 13th Street 59 Off-Campus Housing (B-3) 60 Washington Square South 4 Office of Global Programs, Student Services (B-1) 110 East 14th Street 4 Office of Special Sessions (B-1) 110 East 14th Street 3 Palladium Athletic Facility (C-1) 140 East 14th Street 3 Palladium Hall (C-1) 140 East 14th Street 39 Philosophy Building (B-2) 5 Washington Place 47 Pless Annex (B-2) 26 Washington Place 46 Pless Hall (B-2) 82 Washington Square East 55 Provincetown Playhouse (A-3) 133 MacDougal Street 54 Psychology Building (B-2) 6 Washington Place Public Safety Administration Building (B-2) 7 Washington Place Public Safety Central Command (B-2) 14 Washington Place 82 Puck Building (C-3) 295 Lafayette Street 41 Residential Life and Housing Services (C-3) 726 Broadway 11 Rubin Hall (B-2) 35 5th Avenue 28 Rufus D. Smith Hall (B-2) 25 Waverly Place 5 School of Continuing and Professional Studies (B-1) 145 4th Avenue 56 School of Law (A-3) 40 Washington Square South 61 Schwartz Plaza (B-3) 78 Second Street Residence (C-3) 1 East 2nd Street 30 Seventh Street Residence (C-2) 40 East 7th Street 62 Shimkin Hall (B-3) 50 West 4th Street 32 Silver Center for Arts and Science (B-2) 100 Washington Square East 24 Silver School of Social Work (B-2) 1 Washington Square North 59 Skirball Center for the Performing Arts (B-3) 566 LaGuardia Place 57 Skirball Department (A-3) 53 Washington Square South 46 Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development (B-2) 82 Washington Square East 62 Stern School of Business, Graduate Program (B-3) 44 West 4th Street 64 Stern School of Business, Undergraduate College (B-3) 40 West 4th Street 41 Student Health Center (B-2) 726 Broadway 59 Student Resource Center (B-3) 60 Washington Square South
52 Student Services Center Offices of the University Registrar, Bursar and Financial Aid (B-2) 25 West 4th Street 80 Sweat-n-Shop (Mercer) (B-3) 181 Mercer Street 3 Sweat-n-Shop (14th Street) (C1) 140 East 14th Street 15 Third Avenue North Residence (C-1) 75 3rd Avenue 8 Thirteenth Street Residence (A-1) 47 West 13th Street 6 Tisch Center for Hospitality, Tourism, and Sports Management (B-1) 838 Broadway 64 Tisch Hall (B-3) 40 West 4th Street 38 Tisch School of the Arts (B-2) 721 Broadway 35 Torch Club (B-2) 18 Waverly Place 62 Undergraduate Admissions (B-3) 50 West 4th Street 4 University Hall (B-1) 110 East 14th Street 56 Vanderbilt Hall (A-3) 40 Washington Square South 82 Wagner Graduate School of Public Service (C-3) 295 Lafayette Street 65 Warren Weaver Hall (B-3) 251 Mercer Street 3 Wasserman Center for Career Development (C-1) 140 East 14th Street 49 Washington Square East Galleries (B-2) 80 Washington Square East 74 Washington Square Village (B-3) 1-4 Washington Square Village 46 Washington Square Windows (B-2) 33 Waverly Building (B-2) 24 Waverly Place 27 Weinstein Hall (B-2) 11 University Place 55 Wilf Hall (A-3) 139 MacDougal Street 29 10 Astor Place (B-2) 77 665 Broadway (B-3) 41 726 Broadway (B-2) 44 20 Cooper Square (C-2) 43 48 Cooper Square (C-2) 66 14 East 4th Street (B-3) 7 7 East 12th Street (B-1) 67 383 Lafayette Street (C-3) 42 411 Lafayette Street (C-2) 71 530 LaGuardia Pl (B-3) 69 130 MacDougal Street (A-3) 81 194 Mercer Street (B-3) 36 285 Mercer Street (B-2) 31 111-113 2nd Avenue (C-2) 70 230 Sullivan Street (A-3) 25 19 University Place (B-2) 53 10 Washington Place (B-2) 19 19 Washington Square North (NYUAD) (A-2) 18 22 Washington Square North (A-2) 52 25 West 4th Street (B-2) 52 19 West 4th Street (B-2)
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