Current affiliates of NYU have opportunities to create web pages. Look through the options below to find the scenario that best fits your situation and we will help you get started.
NYU IT offers various services that may meet a faculty member's needs for class-related or research-related projects:
Central administrative units maintain their web sites in the university CMS. Full-time faculty and staff, and full-time enrolled students (Graduate Assistant students who have received approval from the authorized web content approver for the specific content area on which the student has been contracted to work) may request access to the CMS using an online application.
Please visit the CMS Training and Support section for more information about access and eligibility.
All-Square Clubs are required to use websites created within the OrgSync environment. Visit the Clubs Web Guide to learn more, or contact the Center for Student Activities, Leadership, and Service (CSALS) Webmaster at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Note: All-Square webmaster updates for the www.nyu.edu/clubs directory may only be requested for sites that are currently being maintained or for special requests to move content to a OrgSync club website. To request a webmaster update, please email: email@example.com.
Many of the resources in this guide are specific to the main (non-CMS) NYU Web server, www.nyu.edu, accessed through an account on the i4.nyu.edu machine. If you have questions about a site that is not on this server, please contact your school's webmaster or write to firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
NYU faculty, staff, and degree students with current and active NetIDs and NYU Home accounts may manage web pages.
Non-NYU affiliates (e.g., web consultants) must be sponsored for access by the full-time faculty or staff member who has primary responsibility for the site.
Affiliates must be assigned an NYU NetID, as per the instructions on the New NetID Assignment page. Once the NetID is obtained and the individual is authorized by the NYU Web Team, the non-NYU affiliate will be eligible to apply for access.
To subscribe to the NYU Webmasters discussion forum, visit the Google Groups page at:
Note: This is a private forum for official NYU Webmasters and all membership requests must first be approved.