Q. Where can I find information about GSAS student life and activities?
A. There are many ways to get involved with student life at GSAS. One way is through the GSAS Master's College events page. You can also "like" us on Facebook at GSAS Master's College - NYU or "follow" us on Twitter at NYU_GSAS_MA to hear about upcoming events first.
Q. How do I get information about child care and family life resources?
A. NYU offers support to parents and family care providers who are part of the university community. For information about child care support, education options, elder care resources and financial assistance please visit NYU Family Care.
Q. Where do I go if I am not feeling well or if I am feeling stressed?
A. The Student Health Center offers scheduled and walk-in Primary Care and Women's Health Services at either no cost or significantly reduced cost to all matriculated NYU students. In addition, Wellness, Short-term Counseling (talk therapy), and Crisis Services are available free of charge. The Wellness Exchange may be contacted at 212.443.9999.
Q. Does NYU have a gym?
A. 404 Fitness and the Palladium Athletic Facility are two of the several NYU athletic facilitiesavailable to students. NYU's athletic facilities offer fun, low cost classes, intramural sports opportunities, swimming pools, and a wealth of wellness and fitness resources.
Q. Does NYU provide information about housing?
A. Yes, GSAS and NYU offer many resources to assist students with this decision including the Off Campus Housing Office and the NYU Department of Housing. In addition, the GSAS Master’s College can answer questions about NYU graduate student housing for admitted master’s students. Visit GSAS Living in New York City for guides to living in New York City and information about on- and off-campus housing opportunities.
Q. How can I connect with students from other schools and disciplines?
A. Graduate Student Life exists to serve the needs of all graduate and professional school students at NYU. Programs like Graduate Welcome Week and graduate socials are organized by Graduate Student Life and specifically target improving the academic and personal experience of master’s students.
Q. Are there services for lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender students at NYU?
A. The Office of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Student Services at New York University helps create an inclusive campus environment that supports diversity of sexual orientation and gender identity/expression.
Q. Is there a place to connect with other students of color on campus or other students who are interested in exploring diversity issues?
A. The Center for Multicultural Education and Programs, known as The Center, offers educational programs and initiatives focused on diversity and social justice.
Q. Where can I go to explore my spiritual life on campus?
A. The NYU Center for Spiritual Life is a multi-faith initiative that fosters a community of scholars who support religious expression, leadership, integrity, mutual respect and open dialogue.