Courant is committed to providing safe and comfortable environment for faculty, students, researchers, administrators, and visitors.
For facilities-related questions or concerns, assistance submitting a work request, or follow-up of an existing issue, please contact Hilary Sachar, Courant Facilities and Administrative Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 212-992-7701 (x27701).
Maintenance and Custodial Services
If you have identified a need for maintenance or custodial service in a restroom, classroom, conference room, office, or public space, please contact the FCM Client Services Center:
- Phone: 212-998-1001 (x81001)
- Email: email@example.com
- Online: http://www.nyu.edu/fcm/workrequestform
Basic maintenance and custodial services include trash removal, recycling pick-up, restroom cleaning and replenishment of supplies, floor cleaning (vacuum, sweeping, washing, and polishing), general cleaning (including dusting), light bulb replacement, temperature adjustment, furniture repairs, lock and door repairs, frame and bulletin board hanging, window treatment repairs, classroom configuration set-ups, pest control, and placement of chalk and erasers (including dry boards and dry erasers) in classrooms.
In case of fire, police, or ambulance emergencies: Dial 911 (from an NYU phone, dial 9-911) for New York City emergency response.
Warren Weaver Hall is open with a Public Safety officer in the lobby 7 days per week from 7am to 11pm. NYU ID is required to enter the building. All guests must sign in with a valid photo ID.
60 5th Avenue is open with a Public Safety officer in the lobby Monday through Friday from 7am to 11pm. NYU ID is required to enter the building. All guests must sign in with a valid photo ID and should be announce in advance or escorted by their hosts, including visiting academics with NYU ID card. During weekdays, the CS floors are open from 8:30am-5:30pm and the CDS floors are open from 9am-6pm. Outside of these hours, the upper floors have restricted access.
Building Access After Hours
To enter Warren Weaver Hall between 11pm and 7am, please use the card reader located on the northern door of the Gould Plaza entrance or see the Public Safety officer in the lobby of Tisch Hall (40 W 4th St).
To enter 60 5th Avenue between 11pm and 7am on weekdays and during weekends, please use the card reader located at the 62 5th Ave entrance. Card access will also be required at the lobby turnstiles, inside elevators, and at stairwell doors.
Please use caution when entering and exiting the building after hours, as there is no Public Safety officer stationed in the building.
Please keep doors locked when you are not in your office and do not leave valuables unattended. If you see anything suspicious, please contact Public Safety or 911 immediately.
- Warren Weaver Public Safety Desk: 212-998-3018 (x83018)
- 60 Fifth Avenue Public Safety Desk: 212-995-3577 (x53577)
- Main Public Safety Office (14 Washington Pl): 212-998-2222 (x82222)
Off Hours Emergency Facilities Issues
Between 10pm and 6am Monday thru Friday and between 8pm and 8am Saturday and Sunday, please report emergencies facilities issues to 212-995-3344 (x53344). Please leave a message with the location (building and room) and details of the issue. In addition, you may contact Public Safety at 212-998-2222 (x82222).
Please submit all classroom and conference room reservations though the online reservation system. Reservation questions may be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that approval of a space reservation does not guarantee approval of the event - some events may require further departmental permission.
Reservations for the 1st, 2nd, and cellar levels in 60 5th Ave are managed by the central NYU registrar. Requests for those general purpose university rooms may be sent directly to email@example.com.
NYU recycling services include the pickup of technosrap bins and large blue mixed bins located in common areas. Users of small desk-side recycling bins are responsible for transferring contents into the larger bins for pick-up. More information about NYU Recycling Services may be found here.
Telephone Service Requests
For ITS telephone service requests, including jack issues, phone lines, termination of services, voice mailboxes, or long distance authorization codes, please contact Hilary Sachar, Courant Facilities and Administrative Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 212-992-7701 (x27701).
For calls to an NYU line, dial the last five digits of the number.
For calls to an outside line, dial 9 + 1 + area code for all numbers, including local calls.
For NYU directory assistance, dial 0 from an NYU phone.
For local directory assistance and long distance directory assistance, dial 9 + 1 + (area code) 555-1212 + authorization code.
For toll-free directory assistance dial 9 + 1 + 800 + 555-1212.
Voice Mail Services
Voice mailbox user information may be found on the ITS website.
The Cisco IP phones have a speed dial feature that needs to be configured through a web interface. Log in to the CM User Options web page with your NYU NetID and password, and then go to User Options > Device > Speed Dials. Enter in your desired numbers, and then click Save. Upon saving, your phone will restart to complete the process.
To make a call using speed dial, press the speed dial number associated with the phone number that you want to call, and then press the softkey labeled "AbbrDial".
Further Telephone Features
More information about telephone features for various models can also be found on the ITS website.
Long Distance Calls
Long distance phone calls require an authorization code. To place a long distance call, dial 9 + 1 + area code + number. After the beeps, enter your authorization code.
Supplies and Mail
For large copying jobs, supplies, and mail services, please see Michael Laguerre in room 815, ext.83117 between 8:00am - 11:45am & 1:00pm - 4:00pm. Email: email@example.com.
If a staff or faculty member needs to order supplies from Staples, please give Michael 2 to 3 days' notice.
The institute will pay first-class postage for all business-related material. Express UPS next day service and bulk mailing should be processed by Michael, in room 815. Overnight mail is restricted to emergencies and can only be used when first approved by Michael or your budget officer. Please remember that there are different weight limits for foreign packages over a pound, and that you will need a custom tag on all foreign packages that weigh over a pound. All packages (FedEx, UPS, etc.) are delivered to Michael Laguerre in Room 815, ext.83117 each day, where they are signed for and held for you to pick up. Michael will email, call, or put a slip in your mailbox to inform you about your package.
For occupants of Warren Weaver hall, mailboxes are located in the lobby behind the Public Safety desk.
For occupants of 60 5th Avenue, mailboxes are located on each floor. For accurate mail sorting, please include your room number and or your Courant extension.
First class mail is distributed each morning; interoffice mail is distributed in the morning and afternoon. Problems with mail distribution or package pick up should be referred to Michael Laguerre in room 815, ext. 83117, firstname.lastname@example.org.
First class and interoffice mail will be forwarded at your request. Please contact Michael Laguerre for more information, ext. 83117, email@example.com.
Basic copier machines are located on each floor of WWH and 60 Fifth Avenue. Problems with these floor copiers should be referred to Michael Laguerre. Large copying job can be brought to Michael Laguerre in WWH 815, ext.83117. Digital submissions can be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org, PDF format only, include amount and specific single or double sided request. All Print jobs require 24 hours' notice.
There is a fax machine (212-995-4121) in WWH 815, ext.83117. All faxes should have a least the person's name or room number on them. Michael will email or call upon receipt of a fax, or leave it in your mailbox.