As web technologies quickly evolve and our primary methods of communication and interaction change in a globally-networked world, NYU adopts and evolves these tools and methods to continually support the university's priorities. These digital communication tools range from traditional e-mail services to robust interactive websites.
Outside of direct web and online support for the primary academic mission of the university, digital communication and collaboration can be critical to indirectly supporting the NYU community's intellectual growth. Two groups strive to deliver high-quality solutions and guidance for Web Services, Mobile and Social Media: the Office of Web Communications (WebComm) and Information Technology Services' eServices Group (ITS).
Acting as one unit to serve the university's non-academic needs, these two groups have formed the Digital Communications Group (DigiComm) to collaborate with university offices and provide tools to develop and maintain digital outlets while ensuring that the university’s visual identity standards and best practices are met.
If you are looking to update, refresh or redesign your web presence, need help using the Content Management System, or want to send a customized HTML E-mail, DigiComm can help. Learn more by filling out the Digital Communication's Project Request Form.
The Internet is constantly changing, so planning for your office's future is important and effective. If you're looking to establish new features or functionality, the Digital Communications Group (DigiComm - made up of the Office of Web Communications and Information Technology Services) is a useful resource.
DigiComm offers a full suite of design, development, and strategic communication services to University administrative offices and Academic departments. Expert advice and execution in architecture, design and programming will ensure your site incorporates the latest technologies and is compatible with the university's principal IT systems and security standards.
Contact DigiComm using the Project Request Form to learn how they can help you plan ahead for your own site.
The CMS Training & Support online content is your source for information about and how to gain access and use NYU's web content management system. You will find tutorials, troubleshooting tips and basic information about how to access and use the university’s new content management system.
Visit the E-mail Services page for information about sending an HTML E-mail message to all or a segment of the university community.
If you need a custom designed e-mail, fill out the Project Request Form and let DigiComm know you would like help.
Social media use web and mobile technologies to create, manage, and support interactive dialogue and communication between organizations, communities, and individuals. There are many different forms, including: magazines, Internet forums, weblogs, social blogs, microblogging, wikis, social networks, podcasts, photographs or pictures, and video content communities.
Looking to develop a social media strategy? DigiComm can help you identify, plan, deliver, participate, analyze, and evolve your social media strategy.
ePayments is the exclusive and official service for accepting electronic payments at New York University. The service is designed to allow the acceptance of Credit Cards, ACH/e-Checks, or Electronic Payments for gifts, donations, goods, or services. ePayments at NYU are centrally managed by the Treasury Division. Learn more about how to become a merchant at NYU and how to implement ePayments online.
The University Events Calendar is a centralized source of event information with the goal to always be the single repository for all University events.
The University has developed Graphic Guidelines which includes Style Guides, Typography, Color Palettes and Logo Usage. It is critical that the visual elements that represent the University and its image do so consistently and with integrity.
Are you trying to access the Internet? Information Technology Services is your resource for getting online and connected to NYU's Internet services, including NYU-NET and the Internet, NYU Web, NYUHome and NYU Libraries Resources.
Whether you are connecting using the ResNet service in one of the residence halls, NYURoam wireless service or off-campus using NYU-NET proxy, the ITS has instructions for getting online in a variety of ways.