Students are encouraged to check the NYU website or contact an office, resource, or building in advance to see if and when it is open during the spring semester. If you have questions about resources and services available during your time at NYU, contact University Programs or review the Spring in NY Student Handbook (coming soon)!
Bobst Library, 70 Washington Square South
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 studying and computing. For more information, visit the library website.
Students may search for their course book lists and purchase new and used books at the Bookstore. The Bookstore is also a great place to stock up on NYU gear, souvenirs, and pleasure reading. More information about the Bookstore is online.
Course book search and price comparisons are available online. Not all professors use the NYU Bookstore to order their course reading list. If you do not have books listed at the Bookstore, do not worry. You may also wait until your first class to view the syllabus and/or ask the professor about required reading.
NYU Computer Store
Located within the Bookstore, NYU’s 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. For more information, visit the website.
Student Resource Center (SRC)
60 Washington Square South, Suite 210
The Student Resource Center is your headquarters for navigating NYU and the city. If you have questions about the University or anything regarding your time at NYU as a student, ask the SRC! The SRC also has a small computer lab and printer for student use. More information about the SRC is online.
Office of Global Services
561 LaGuardia Place
The Office of Global Services (OGS) provides specialized support to NYU’s international students including immigration advising and guidance, mandatory check-in, and more. To learn more about OGS, visit the website.
All students must have a NYUCard. It grants you access to NYU buildings, resources, and services. Your NYUCard can also be used as a debit card with Campus Cash for dining and other services. We recommend students to get their card from the NYUCard Center prior to their first class, if possible, because lines can be long on the first day. All students must bring a valid photo ID to the Card Center when they get their cards.
Visiting students are asked to return their NYUCards to the Center when they complete Spring in New York. If you do not return your card and come back to NYU as a student at a later date, you will be charged a $15 replacement fee for a new card.
7 Washington Place
Housed in the same space as the Card Center, Public Safety provides emergency help and information 24 hours a day. If you need assistance, call the helpline listed above or ask a guard. 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. Public Safety also manages the University’s Lost and Found.
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. All have a Safe Havens sticker in their windows. A list of Safe Havens, along with safety tips, is available online.
NYU Information Technology (NYU IT)
10 Astor Place, 4th Floor
NYU IT is NYU’s central organization for technology services such as computer services, Internet resources and access, and telephone services. Call the helpline above if you ever have trouble with a computer or Internet connection, have questions about NYUHome access, or are looking for the nearest computer lab. You can also reach NYU IT via email at AskIT@nyu.edu.
Palladium is available to all students taking spring courses and/or living on campus during the spring semester. The facilities include cardio and weight equipment, pools, squash courts, and rock climbing walls. More information about the Palladium is online.
The Moses Center determines qualified disability status and assists students in obtaining appropriate accommodation and services. A variety of accommodations are available including in-class support, alternative exams, and special housing arrangements. If you feel you need services such as these or any other assistance, please contact the Moses Center well in advance to the start of term to allow that office time to assess need and arrange for services.