Get connected to your favorite TV programming, NYU’s Internet services or even satellite programming using NYU’s helpful media services. Campus Cable can connect you to NYU’s local area network and NYU-TV, the Television Center can help with broadband broadcasting and satellite downlink services, while Information Technology Services is your resource for getting online and connected to the Internet.
Campus Cable is NYU’s private closed circuit cable system, providing local programming, basic cable and NYU-TV to various academic buildings, residence halls and NYU public spaces. Visit Campus Cable’s website for information on how to connect from one of NYU’s campus cable accessible buildings, view a cable channel guide or fill out a service request if you are experiencing any difficulties with your campus cable.
Are you looking to downlink a particular program via satellite? The Television Center can tune in your program with two steerable C/Ku-band satellite dishes. Have them route the program live to your meeting location, or they can tape it for you on DV, BetaSP or VHS.
Information Technology Services can help you connect to NYU-NET and the Internet, NYU Web, NYUHome and NYU Libraries Resources. NYU-NET is NYU's campus-wide, Internet-connected network of computers, computer-related equipment, and information resources. There are numerous ways to connect to NYU-NET from both on-campus and off-campus locations, but the key to access is your NYU NetID and password. For information on how to find, activate and use your NetID and password, visit the ITS website.
On-campus access to NYU-NET is possible through a variety of ways. NYURoam is New York University's secure, wireless access network. For information about availability, how to configure your laptop to use the service, specific hardware and software requirements, and more, visit the NYU Roam Wireless pages.
Students and faculty staying in 18 of NYU’s residence halls have access to the NYU Residential Networking service (ResNet), in-room Ethernet connections to NYUHome, email, and other Internet services. To find out if you are in a ResNet-wired residence hall and had to access ResNet services, visit the ResNet page.
ITS provides four large, modern computer labs for use by NYU students and employees free of charge. The labs are equipped with high-end Macintosh and Windows systems, laser printers, DVD drives, high-speed Internet connections, and a wide variety of up-to-date software. For locations, hours and resource information, visit the Computer Labs page.
For information about access to NYU-NET and the Internet from your NYU office, visit the Office Connections page. ITS also provides limited support for the use of PDAs and handhelds with a variety NYU services. To find out more about what services are supported and how to configure them for use on your PDA, visit the Using Your PDA/Handheld at NYU page.
Are you trying to access NYU’s Internet services while off-campus? In order to connect to certain NYU resources, you may need to log in using NYU-NET Proxy to authenticate yourself as an NYU community member. You may also need to download a different web browser if you are connecting to the Internet using a non-NYU Internet Service Provider. For more information about connecting to NYU-NET from off-campus, visit the ITS website.