Seasons greetings from your neighbors at NYU!
This year we've been extremely grateful for your participation at events and happenings on campus, and we hope that the new year will bring many more opportunities to strengthen our community ties.
As you hunker down to weather the snow outside, take a look over these recent stories from NYU. Explore the stories below, or see an expanded selection in our NYU in NYC Community Newsletter.
NYU is proud to welcome Visiting Neighbors to their new home in Washington Square Village. With guidance from Council Member Margaret Chin, the University has created new office space for the struggling organization to inhabit, helping them continue their mission of providing free health services for local seniors. The relocation will expand their capabilities and give them better access to the people who benefit most from their services. Learn more »
NYU faculty and staff support hundreds of local nonprofits every year with donations to our annual employee charitable giving drive, the NYU Combined Campaign. Our financial support helps these organizations continue to improve the lives of New Yorkers everywhere—and total more than $2,600,000 since the Campaign’s inception in 1982. Help keep the tradition strong. Learn about the Campaign and make your 2014 Combined Campaign contribution today. Read more »
Help brighten the holidays for local children by donating to the annual NYU and 9th Police Precinct Holiday Toy Drive!
Drop off a new, unwrapped, nonviolent toy or book for children ages 4 to 13 years at any of our neighborhood collection sites and receive a special discount on an accompanying purchase! The drop-off locations will accept donations through Thursday, December 12. Learn more »
Enjoy the holiday season this year with activities organized by the Washington Square Association: the Washington Square Park Tree Lighting, a Winter Choral Concert, and Christmas Eve Caroling in Washington Square Park. Learn more »
NYU and the 9th Police Precinct distributed thousands of toys and books to local children at a party in the East Village. NYU provided hot chocolate, treats, entertainment, and roughly 500 toys, which we collected with the help of some neighborhood friends: the Doe Fund, Jebon Sushi, the Half Pint, Amity Hall, Eva’s Supplements, and the Greenwich Village Mail Center. Learn more »
NYU hosted 100 seniors from the Henry Street Settlement Senior Services program and Visiting Neighbors for our annual “senior prom,” organized by students at the NYU Center for Activities, Leadership, and Service. The photo gallery is not to be missed: college students dancing with senior citizens in a handsome banquet hall, with smiles all around. See more »
This month, a group of approximately 100 community members and students gathered to celebrate the life and legacy of Edgar Allan Poe through original works of art, including music, painting, performance, and more. The night included a reception in the Poe Room. Check out the amazing video from NYU Stories, featuring interviews with the performers and with Lois Rakoff, Community Director of the Poe Room. See more »
Billie Jean King was among a group of entrepreneurs, researchers, editors, and advocates whom Senator Kirsten Gillibrand gathered to discuss the changes women have experienced in recent decades–in King's case, since her boundary-breaking tennis match against Bobby Riggs in 1973–and how to address the pay gaps, imbalanced opportunities, and other inequalities that remain unchanged. See more »
The Office of Government and Community Affairs (OGCA) is the University's primary liaison to the community. OGCA fields questions, addresses concerns, builds partnerships with local organizations, and disseminates information on a variety of NYU topics, ranging from free and public events to updates on construction projects.
Office of Government and Community Affairs
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Students, faculty, and alumni at New York University are dedicated to making a difference in their communities. We are guided by the key NYU tradition of being a private university in the public service.