All facilities at New York University are governed by the Guidelines for the Use of University Facilities, the policies of New York University and the Kimmel Center and the laws of New York City, State and the Federal Government. Use of the facilities is limited to University faculty, students and staff and University affiliated organizations and their guests. Non-University organizations must be sponsored by a University department or school.
All events scheduled must be conducted in the manner stipulated in the contract. No changes or additions can be made in this contract unless confirmed in writing by Kimmel Operations.
Catering for all official events in the Kimmel Center is provided through Top of the Square Catering.
Catering for events hosted by OSA registered student clubs may use outside catering services provided all the following circumstances are met:
No waiter service is used.
The event is not held in the Rosenthal Pavilion or the MarketPlace on the 3rd floor.
No alcoholic beverages will be served.
The event is for the benefit of NYU students, faculty or staff.
The attendance at the event will be at least 51% from the NYU community.
The University restricts the use of alcoholic beverages in campus facilities.
All organizations serving alcoholic beverages must state that on the reservation form.
All organizations must adhere to the University Policy on Use of Alcohol.
Alcoholic beverages may only be purchased and served through Top of the Square Catering.
Animals are not permitted in the Kimmel Center unless assisting a disabled person.
No outside vendors are permitted in public spaces in the Kimmel Center; vendors are permitted only in spaces reserved by organizations.
There is no smoking in the Kimmel Center including outdoor terraces in accordance with NYC law.
Skateboards, skates and cycles are not permitted in the building. (Cycle racks are located behind Tisch Hall.)
All event sponsors wishing to have deliveries made must coordinate this through Kimmel Operations. The Kimmel Center will not accept deliveries that have not been arranged in advance.
Parking arrangements must be made by the event organizer. Parking is not available at the Kimmel Center.
All equipment and supplies furnished by the event organizer must be removed at the end of the event. The University and the Kimmel Center assume no responsibility for damage to or loss of equipment and materials left in the Kimmel Center.
All videos and DVDs to be viewed in the Kimmel Center must be obtained from an authorized distributor in accordance with copyright laws.
All organizations inviting a guest speaker must identify that speaker on the reservation form in accordance with the Guidelines Regarding Protest and Dissent. If there are potential security or other public safety issues, a meeting with Public Safety officials may be arranged.
No one under 18 years of age is admitted to the Kimmel Center unless they are an NYU student or they are accompanied by a parent, guardian, an NYU ID holder or have special permission from Kimmel Operations.
Kimmel Operations must approve any media coming to cover an event.
All photographing in the Kimmel Center must be approved in advance by Kimmel Operations. Filming and video-taping are not allowed in the Kimmel Center unless as a part of a scheduled program and approved by Kimmel Operations.
Event organizers may be asked to attend a public safety briefing if the program falls under the Guidelines Regarding Protest and Dissent or because of potential crowding or safety issues.
No banners, posters or other hangings are allowed on the public walls or the exterior of the building unless authorized by Kimmel Operations.
Balloons filled with helium, confetti, and silly string are prohibited.
Soliciting of any kind is strictly prohibited.
Open flames of any kind are strictly prohibited.