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Information Alerts

Monday, March 30, 6:00 am

The university continues to monitor the situation on 7th St. 

Classes, rehearsals, and performances will return to 111 and 113 Second Avenue (where Tisch School of the Arts has dance studio space) beginning at 8 a.m. Monday morning.

The 7th Street residence hall remains closed, and the university continues to provide accommodations and meal vouchers for those students.

 


Friday, March 27, 2015, 10:30 am

Overnight, the University accommodated about a dozen students from the 7th St. residence hall in Palladium Hall and provided them with meal vouchers. Most residents made arrangements on their own.

NYU is in touch with the City about being able to re-open the 7th St. residence hall. We are awaiting official word and will keep you updated on a return. In the meantime, we are addressing urgent student needs, such as gaining temporary access to important academic assignments, medications, etc.

Cleaning crews will begin work as soon as the building is officially accessible, and they will assess what work needs to be done. The University will provide laundry and dry-cleaning service for students to help them address the issue of smoke odor.

111/113 2nd Ave., where the Tisch School of the Arts has dance studio space, will remain closed today. Faculty have been in touch with students about the alternative spaces and changes to class schedules for activities that are normally scheduled in those buildings.

The Barney Building, located at 34 Stuyvesant Street, is open.

In the meantime, we are glad that our community members are safe and well; we are saddened by the injuries and dislocation experienced by our neighbors; and we are grateful for the huge efforts of the FDNY.

If students would like to talk to a counselor 24/7, they may contact the Wellness Exchange at 212-443-9999 or wellness.exchange@nyu.edu. Students may also contact the Wellness Exchange to seek assistance if this event has affected their academic or personal status.


Thursday, March 26, 2015, 10:15 pm

Classes or rehearsals for Tisch School of the Arts Dance, Second Avenue Dance Company, and New Studio On Broadway normally held at 111 and 113 Second Avenue have been relocated or cancelled for Friday, March 27.

Students should contact their instructors for more details.


Thursday, March 26, 2015, 9:15 pm

Residents of 40 E. 7th Street cannot return to that hall tonight—and may be unable to return tomorrow.

Those residents should please go to Palladium Hall (140 E. 14th) for accommodations.


Thursday, March 26, 2015, 5:15 pm

There is a major fire on 7th Street near NYU’s 7th Street residence hall, resulting in a collapsed building. We have safely evacuated the nearby dormitory and the nearby Tisch School of the Arts’ studio facility. The Barney Building, located at 34 Stuyvesant Street, has been closed and Department of Art and Art Professions classes held in this facility have been canceled for today. There are no reports of any injuries to members of the NYU community. Our thoughts and prayers are with our neighbors and the brave firefighters battling the blaze.

Any resident of the 7th Street dormitory will be accommodated at Palladium Hall. In addition, meal-plan vouchers are available at the Student Resource Center, located on the second floor of the Kimmel Center, for these residents displaced by the fire.

The Tisch School of the Arts has canceled tonight's 8 p.m. performance of "Three Sisters" at its Atlas Theatre, located at 111 2nd Avenue.


Thursday, March 26, 2015, 4:30 pm

There is a major fire on 7th Street near NYU’s 7th Street residence hall, resulting in a collapsed building. We have safely evacuated the dormitory and the nearby Tisch School of the Arts’ studio facility. There are no reports of any injuries to members of the NYU community. Our thoughts and prayers are with our neighbors and the brave firefighters battling the blaze.


On-Campus Emergencies

These numbers are reserved to report true emergencies.

  • Public Safety: 212-998-2222
    (x82222 from campus phones)
  • Fire, Police, and Medical Assistance: 911
    (9-911 from campus phones)


Recorded Updates

Messages are updated during an active University alert.

  • 212-998-1220


Parent Helpline

Available 9:00am - 5:00pm ET Monday - Friday when the University is open. Emergent inquiries should be directed to 212-998-2222.

* This number is answered when the University is open; however, we do attempt to respond to e-mails during university closures.


The Public Safety phone number, and the recorded updates phone number are on the back of the NYU ID Card.

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