There’s no better way to get the inside scoop on what it’s like to be part of the NYU community than hearing straight from the horse’s mouth. Or is that the bobcat’s mouth? Either way, come visit us and learn firsthand from current students why there’s nothing like NYU. Whether it’s our New York City, Abu Dhabi, or Shanghai campus, here’s how you can visit:
(If you can’t make it to us. We’ll come to you. RSVP for one of our off-campus events.)
Just about any day of the week, you can visit one of our two New York City locations and meet with undergraduate admissions officers and take a tour led by a current student. Below are details on when, where, and how you can visit us in Manhattan and Brooklyn.
Making a night or weekend of your visit?
Check out these hotel discounts.
The NYU Welcome Center will be closed for Independence Day from at 4pm on Friday, July 1st until 9am on Tuesday, July 5.
Includes a meeting with an undergraduate admissions officer followed by a student-led tour; takes about two hours and spots fill up fast. For Manhattan, sign up for an Info session and tour or tour only. For Brooklyn (NYU Tandon School of Engineering), sign up for an info session and tour or tour only.
Where to meet:
Where to stay:
You can visit a class in session Monday-Thursday certain times of the year. Our Manhattan Welcome Center (212-998-4550) can tell you more.
Talk with student ambassadors at the NYU Welcome Center (see above for address) and get a self-guided tour map.
Be it plane, train, or automobile, you have many options when it comes to traveling to our New York City campus. Visit this Getting to NYU guide for a complete list of travel options, including detailed driving directions. If driving, street parking is limited but there are numerous parking garages near campus.
There are several ways to learn more about NYU's Abu Dhabi campus: