New York University students, faculty, staff and alumni, conference participants, and those attending scheduled events have access to the Kimmel Center. In addition, visitors who are guests of NYU students, faculty and staff have access to the Center.
“Organization” is, generally, what is below defined as being either a “University Organization”, a “University-Sponsored Organization”, or a “Non-University Organization”. A “Reservation” is a booking in the Kimmel Center or the Global Center.
There are two facilities that provide music practice spaces: the Shorin Music Performance Center (located on the sixth floor of the Kimmel Center) and the GC Music Practice Rooms (located on the Concourse level of the Global Center). In addition, the Kimmel Center allows eligible students to book space on the fourth and ninth floors of the Kimmel Center for rehearsals and auditions.
The Kimmel Center provides two types of lockers for individual student use: “Music Lockers” and “General-Use Lockers”.
“Schwartz Plaza” is located between Elmer Holmes Bobst Library (70 Washington Square South) and the Henry S. Gould Welcome Center (50 West 4th Street).
“Catering” refers to food services provided for events and Reservations in the Kimmel Center and the Global Center.
“Kimmel Digital Signage Network”, also called “KDSN” or, simply, “The Network”, is a system of TVs and computers that run signage, ads for events in the Kimmel & Global Centers, and general student notices. “Media” refers to the content running on the Network. “Dated media” is media tied to a specific event in the Kimmel & Global Centers; “undated media” is media for general consumption and, thus, not tied to a specific event.