NYU Precollege is college. At NYU Precollege you’ll experience what it means to manage your time as a college student between class, study groups, homework, and social activities. You’ll also learn how to live, work, and learn with an array of different people from different backgrounds. Your time at NYU Precollege will introduce you to a newfound independence (e.g. doing your own laundry, organizing your schedule, etc.). But don’t worry; NYU has a host of support services to help you with your introductory experience as a college student!
As an NYU Precollege student, you have access to all the learning resources of the University and the surrounding city. Below, you will find a list of all the facilities, resources, and technical help, available to you through NYU.
Academic Resource Center (ARC)
18 Washington Place
The Elmer Holmes Bobst Library and Study Center
70 Washington Square South
University Learning Center (ULC)
Offers free tutoring & academic success workshops.
Science - 18 Washington Place (located in the ARC)
Humanities, Social Sciences, and Math - 110 E. 14th Street (located in University Hall Commons)
The Writing Center
Provides writing support and and guidance.
411 Lafayette Street, 4th Floor
Jerome S. Coles Sports and Recreation Center
181 Mercer Street
The Moses Center for Students with Disabilities
726 Broadway, 2nd Floor
Palladium Athletic Facility
140 East 14th Street
14 Washington Place
Student Health Center
726 Broadway, 3rd and 4th Floors
Center for Spiritual Life
238 Thompson Street, Suite 491
NYU Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Student Center
Kimmel Center for University Life, Suite 602
Office of Global Services
561 LaGuardia Place
Student Resource Center
Kimmel Center, 60 Washington Place, Suite 210
Located at the Skirball Center for the Performing Arts
566 LaGuardia Place (side entrance to the Kimmel Center)
Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 12:00-6:00 p.m.
The College 101 series is available to all Precollege students during the course of the program and is an excellent opportunity for students to gain the skills they need to succeed in the college admissions process and in college. The series consists of various information sessions on topics including:
An academic advisor is available for all NYU Precollege students. During the program, you can contact your advisor with any questions about your courses, registration, or academic support services and resources on campus. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for the academic advisor office hours.