Resources for Faculty, Staff & Students
- Administrative/Clerical Support for Faculty
- Contract Faculty Policy
- Facilities Services
- Faculty Grievance Procedures
- Grants and Sponsored Research
- Human Resources
- Reimbursement Forms
- Sabbatical and Leave of Absence Forms
- Special Events Planning
- Tenure and Promotions Guidelines
- Travel Information
- Visa and Immigration Matters
- Visitors to the Courant Institute
- Weekly Bulletin Submissions
Administrative/Clerical Support for Faculty
Faculty are assigned an administrative staff member to assist them with matters such as travel arrangements, reimbursements and equipment purchases. Click below to view the assignment list.
Contract Faculty Policy
Dates and Actions for the C-Faculty Reappointment and Promotion Process at the Courant Institute
Deadlines for Multi-Year Contracts, (including reappointment or promotion after a series of continuous 1 or 2 year contracts for which the most recent contract is for more than 1 year)
|November 1||Deadline for department’s notification of review to be sent to the candidate, or for a candidate’s promotion review request to be sent to the Department|
|February 1||Deadline for candidate’s application materials to be submitted to Interfolio|
|July 1||Deadline for Department to notify the candidate of the final decision on reappointment or promotion|
Deadlines for One Year Contracts (including reappointment or promotion after a series of continuous 1 or 2 year contracts, for which the most recent contract is for 1 year)
|October 1||Deadline for department’s notification of review to be sent to the candidate, or for a candidate’s promotion review request to be sent to the Department|
|December 1||Deadline for candidate’s application materials to be submitted to Interfolio|
|March 1||Deadline for Department to notify the candidate of the final decision on reappointment or promotion|
Please see the University Contract Faculty Policy.
For information about maintenance and custodial services, building access, classroom reservations, telephone services, mail services and supplies, see below.
Faculty Grievance Procedures
The Courant Institute follows the grievance guidelines established by the University which can be found under the following links:
- Grievance Procedures for Tenured/Tenure-Track Faculty
- Grievance Procedures for Continuing Contract Faculty
Grants and Sponsored Research
The Courant Institute has its own sponsored research support in-house. The Sponsored Projects Officers (SPOs) will help you identify potential sponsors, develop budgets, and fulfill application requirements, as well as managing your grant after it is awarded. See below for more information.
The Courant Institute has a limited number of apartments, for both short-term visitors (furnished apts. for 3 months or less) and for postdoctoral visitors staying for one or more semesters.
This is for informational purposes only. While some of these hotels offer discounts for the NYU community, we neither endorse nor seek to promote any particular hotel.
The Courant Institute's HR staff provides services to faculty, researchers, and staff in accordance with NYU policies and procedures. It liaisons with the following University offices: Central HR, Accounts Payable, Academic Appointments, Equal Opportunity, Risk Management, and OGS among others, to provide information and ensure compliance with NYU policies and procedures as well as federal and state laws.
Visit the NYU HR website for information and guidance on benefits, wellness resources, career and professional development and other topics of interest.
CIMS Compressed Workweek
- CIMS Compressed Workweek Policy and FAQ's
- Compressed Workweek Request Form
- CDS Compressed Workweek Policy and FAQ's
- Compressed Workweek Request Form (CDS)
- Compressed Workweek Schedule for Summer 2022
- Telecommuting Arrangement Policy, Form, FAQs and External Resources
- Telecommuting Work Arrangement (TWA) Schedule for 2019
Paychecks are no longer sent to Courant. Please pick up your paycheck at the NYU Manhattan Student Link Center (383 Lafayette Street), if you are a student.
The Courant Institute's payroll office is located in Room 820, Warren Weaver Hall. If you have a reimbursement or other payment available at Courant, please contact Olvy Nunez Cruz. His email is firstname.lastname@example.org, and his number is x83332.
Please click on the link to the payroll page below for information regarding the following: pay schedules, obtaining a social security number, GLACIER, hourly student workers, research assistants, graders/tutors, graduate employee adjuncts, student employee paycheck pick-up location, as well as employment verification.
Sabbatical and Leave of Absence Forms
Questions regarding sabbatical and leave of absence should be directed to Lena Jane Carey at email@example.com.
For information on event planning procedures and contact information, please follow the link below.
Tenure and Promotion Guidelines
Dates and Actions for T-Faculty Tenure Process at the Courant Institute
|October 15||Deadline for faculty candidate to submit docket materials through Interfolio|
|March 1||Deadline for Dept Chair to submit full docket to Director including Committee and Chair letters|
|June 1||Deadline for Director to submit tenure dossier to Provost's office|
|August 31||Deadline for Provost's office decision|
Click below for guidelines for acceptable expenses and procedures for reimbursable travel.
Visa and Immigration Matters
The Courant's HR staff facilitates the acquisition of Visas for faculty and research staff by acting as a liaison with the NYU Office of Global Services (OGS). The HR staff advises faculty members and research staff as to the process of obtaining Visas and assists in the completion of the required paperwork. Questions or concerns regarding Visas and immigration status should be referred to Stephanie Auyeung.
Visitors to the Courant Institute
All guests must be pre-registered and show proof of vaccination to come on campus. Courant is currently hosting 2 types of guests:
1) Faculty, staff, administrators, and students may submit a NYU visitor request to host short term guests. These guests must be signed in at the front desk and are classified as NYU visitors by Public Safety. This request is building specific. Issues with these requests may be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
2) Faculty and administrators may submit a Courant Visitor Request Form (VRF) to host Visiting Academics. These guests are medium to long term visitors who are issued NetIDs and ID cards, and are classified as NYU affiliates by Public Safety.
Both guest methods require proof of vaccination. It's best to upload proof of vaccination ahead of time through Veoci, in case there are any issues (the form will be emailed to the guest when they are successfully pre-registered). Guests with approved vaccinations will receive a link to NYU Violet Go. There are now on-campus Vaccination Check Stations for same day use and issue passes that are good for up to one week. However, if there is an issue with the documentation at a check station, the person will be turned away. The Vaccination Check sites are located at Gould Welcome Center (Address: 50 West 4th Street), 2 MetroTech Center Lobby, and NYU College of Dentistry (Address: 345 East 24th Street). Currently, both guest methods use a Public Safety system called Veoci. During the 2022-2023 academic year, Public Safety will transition to a new system called JRNY (pronounced “journey”) and there will likely be chances to the process.
For all visitors to Courant, please review the approval procedure and then submit a request to the Institute's visitor coordinator, Hilary Sachar, using the online visitor request form. Hilary will assist with the preparation of invitation letters and arrange for services such as visas, short-term housing, email and internet access. Please note that office space is very limited and cannot be guaranteed.
The Weekly Bulletin is published every Wednesday. Announcements for the Bulletin should be emailed to its coordinator, Jackie Mileski, at email@example.com or delivered to her office located at WWH 1124. The Deadline is Tuesday, 4:00 P.M. Any errors appearing in the Bulletin should be directed to Jackie Mileski at 998-3022, or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. The alternate coordinator for the Weekly Bulletin is Sylvia Mejia, her email is email@example.com, her office is located in WWH 924 and her telephone is 998-3224.
Subscribing electronically to the CIMS Weekly Bulletin is easy: Go here where you may subscribe or unsubscribe easily using the web-based GNU Mailman. This process requires a password of your choosing or you can use the one generated for you.