Welcome to New York University. Once you are accepted to New York University, you will start to receive a variety of mailings in the late spring and early summer. These mailings will include information about finding a place to live, school orientations, financial aid, tuition payment, registration, Welcome Week, school orientations and registration, health resources, and much more. So be sure to activate your NYU ID, because this is the best way to stay connected and insure that you will be receiving important details and deadlines in a timely way. We hope you will use this site as a great starting point for a variety of resources that will help you succeed in your first year at NYU.
The mission of the Student Resource Center's Office of Graduate Student Life is to help graduate students access information, resources, and services and make the most of the NYU experience. We function as a liaison between graduate students, their schools, and the university at large. This partnership is accomplished through programming, information dissemination, and services for the graduate student community.
Vist the Student Resource Center's Office of Graduate Student Life page, click here.
Are you a new Graduate Student looking to learn about services NYU provides to meet new people and learn about NYU resources? Grad Welcome Week is a series of programs and events designed to assist you in your transition to NYU and NYC. At the beginning of every semester, the Office of Graduate Life presents a series of Welcome Week programs that are a great way to get to know the university and experience New York City.
For more information about Graduate Welcome Week please click here.
Graduate housing space is limited and not guaranteed. Housing for new and returning graduate students is available only through the Graduate Housing Wait List. The Graduate Housing Wait List will be available via the Housing Forms channel at NYUHome beginning in mid April. Offers of housing from the wait list will begin in mid June and continue on a rolling, space available basis. Please note that the NYU School of Law and the NYU School of Medicine, have separate housing facilities.
Many graduate students also live off campus. For helpful resources, including an exclusive housing registry, visit the Off Campus Services Office at the Student Resource Center.