NYU provides students with a wealth of information and resources. Please see below for commonly used services on campus.
Bobst Library, 70 Washington Square South, 212-998-2550
The NYU network of libraries is headed by Bobst Library. Bobst houses more than 3.7 million volumes, several special collections, the Avery Fisher Center for Music and Media, and over 25,000 seats for study and computing. The Courant Institute also has an extensive collection specific to STEM subjects located on its 12th floor.
10 Astor Place, 212-998-3333, AskITS@nyu.edu
Information Technology (IT) is NYU’s central organization for technology services such as computer services, Internet resources, and email services. If you have any trouble with NYUHome, wireless access, or anything else technical on campus, call ITS.
726 Broadway, 212-998-4678
Students may purchase new and used books at the Bookstore. The Bookstore is also a great place to stock up on NYU gear and souvenirs. The Computer Store sells hardware and software at discounted education rates. They also sell computer books, accessories, and ITP parts and operate an authorized Apple, Dell, and Lenovo repair center.
411 Lafayette Street, 4th Floor, 212-998-8866, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Writing Center provides writing support and guidance for any student needing assistance with a writing project. Students can schedule an appointment to meet with a writing consultant.
726 Broadway, 2nd floor, 212-998-4980, email@example.com
The Moses Center for Student Accessibility (CSA) assists students in obtaining appropriate and reasonable accommodations and services. Accommodations are determined on a case-by-case basis; however, examples include arrangements for physically accessible spaces and supplemental lecture notes. Students are strongly encouraged to contact CSA well in advance (a minimum of one month) of the beginning of NYU GSTEM to allow necessary time to review disability requests and implement accommodations. Please contact CSA with any questions you may have about their services.
Health and Safety Resources
Palladium Athletic Facility, 140 East 14th Street, 212-998-2020
The Palladium Athletic Facility is available to all students during the summer. The facilities include cardio and weight equipment, pools, squash courts, and rock climbing walls. Hours of operation vary and are listed on the website.
726 Broadway, 3rd and 4th Floors, 212-443-1000
The Student Health Center (SHC) provides students with urgent medical, psychological, and support services, as well as crisis response measures. The SHC staff is available to meet the urgent health needs of all students. Urgent Care services are available on the third floor at the Student Health Center. Call 212-443-1000 with any questions regarding services. The Student Health Center is available to GSTEM students, but its services may not be covered by a student’s private insurance policy. Students should check with their own insurance providers in advance to see if the Student Health Center is within their network.
The Wellness Exchange is available to all students and connects you to services that support your overall health and mental health needs. The Wellness Exchange is available Monday through Thursday from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and Friday 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. You can contact the Wellness Exchange 24 hours a day by calling 212-443-9999, and it puts you in touch with professionals who can help you address day-to-day challenges and questions, as well as any crises you may encounter including depression, sexual assault, anxiety, and drug and alcohol abuse.
Research can be stressful, New York City can be overwhelming. Whenever you have questions or need to speak with someone, do not hesitate to contact the Wellness Exchange! They are there to help.
7 Washington Place, 212-998-2222
Public Safety provides emergency help and information 24 hours a day. If you need assistance, call 212-998-2222 or ask a guard. Public safety guards are posted in most NYU buildings and patrol the campus area. University buildings with green lights outside the main entrance have guards on duty 24 hours a day, and emergency call boxes are located throughout Washington Square.
Safe Havens are local businesses where you can seek assistance in case of an emergency. They are located in the Soho, Greenwich Village, Union Square, and Gramercy Park neighborhoods and have Safe Haven stickers in their front windows. A list of Safe Havens is online at http://www.nyu.edu/public.safety/safety/emergency.html. New York City police and fire stations are also available for assistance in emergencies.
In addition, Public Safety manages the University’s Lost and Found. If you lose or find an item in an NYU building, please visit 7 Washington Place.
A number of dining locations are open during the summer on campus and range from the traditional cafeteria-style dining halls to coffee shops and a la carte cafes. Dining locations and hours are listed online.
Kimmel Center, 2nd Floor, 212-998-4411, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Student Resource Center is your headquarters for navigating NYU and NYC. Have questions about anything you come across as a student? Ask the SRC! The SRC also has a small computer lab and printer for student use and a student lounge.
Student Resource Center, Kimmel Center, 2nd Floor, 212-998-4411, email@example.com
All GSTEM students who live off-campus are a part of the commuter and off-campus student community. Commuter and Off-Campus Student Services assists commuter students during the summer with resources to help you address any questions you may have about commuting to the University.
Skirball Center for the Performing Arts, 566 LaGuardia Place (side entrance to the Kimmel Center), 212-998-4941, firstname.lastname@example.org
Ticket Central is the University’s clearinghouse for tickets to movies, Broadway and Off-Broadway shows, sporting events, concerts, and more at a discounted price. Take advantage of this resource, get discounted tickets to movies and shows, and explore all NYU and New York City has to offer!
7 Washington Place (corner of Washington Place and Mercer Street), 212-443-CARD
All students must have an NYU ID Card. It allows you access to NYU buildings, buses, resources, and services. In addition, your NYUCard can often be used at city retailers, museums, and attractions to grant you student discounts.
Note: Students are asked to turn in their ID cards to the Card Center at the end of the GSTEM program (it will be deactivated when you are no longer a student). If a student returns in the future without having turned in the NYUCard, they will be assessed a $25 replacement fee.