Looking to bring your group to NYU? You’re in the right place. Group tours are hour-long campus tour led by our student ambassadors that provide you with the opportunity to learn more about academic and student life from the students who are living it everyday.
Group tours are available to high school groups and community organizations with 15 guests or more. Group tours that exceed more than 25 guests must have at least 2 chaperones present. If a request submitted does not adhere to this policy you will be notified before your request is approved.
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Due to a high demand for group tour dates, we recommend submitting a request at least 6 weeks in advance. Based on requests submitted, staff reserves permissions to offer alternative dates that can accommodate your capacity.
Please note: Group tours will not be available during April, May, July, and August.
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Group tours must be cancelled at least 2 weeks prior to the confirmed date, excluding emergency circumstances.
If you fail to notify the Bonomi Family Admissions staff or your tour is deemed a “no show” the day of, you will be required to wait two weeks should you want to reschedule for a later date. Review the full Cancellation Policy for more information
NYU aims to have a community accessible to everyone. Should your group require accessibility arrangements please contact the NYU Moses Center at least 1 week prior to your group tour date.
Group tours depart from the Bonomi Family Admissions Center located at 27 West 4th Street, New York, NY 10012. We recommend using public transportation when visiting campus however if you are traveling by bus or car there are several parking garages near campus.
NYU Dining Halls can only be accessed by members of the NYU Community (with a valid NYU ID). However, there are many restaurants around the Washington Square area that can accommodate large groups.