A by-the-numbers look at how NYU serves communities in NYC and beyond
The Fall 2021 semester was the first time the majority of NYU students, staff, and faculty were together on campus since the beginning of the pandemic. Together, the NYU community has continued to support vulnerable communities in NYC and abroad both virtually and in-person. Dedication to serving local communities is as strong as ever.
households have been provided emergency food assistance by NYU Langone’s The Table Food Pantry since September 2021.
veterans have received free and discounted dental services through NYU College of Dentistry’s VOCARE program in partnership with the V.A.
participants at A Better Tech virtual conference by NYU Stern & NYU Tandon that discussed an equitable & sustainable technology ecosystem.
free events hosted by Casa Italiana Zerilli- Marimò highlighting diversity within Italian culture (pictured).
personal care kits were assembled by students and donated to The Bowery Mission.
years since the inaugural Big Walk, a free, annual all-day tour of New York City’s most notable streets and landmarks.
items distributed through NYU Liberal Studies Violet Pantry.
in donations received by NYU Stern’s MBA Military Veterans Club for Afghan refugees in the tri-state area.
hours of service were completed in 5 days through Project OutReach.
pumpkins were donated for a children’s Halloween event at Washington Square Park by NYU’s Office of Community Engagement (pictured).
inaugural service ambassadors hosted 4 separate Give Where You Live Events contributing over 50 service hours.
students tutored in NYC public schools through America Reads/ America Counts.
Thanksgiving dinners donated to New Yorkers experiencing hunger or homelessness from the Black Allied Law Students Association food drive.
Bronx residents got resources to prevent/treat HIV through "Bronx Family Coalition for Health" by Silver School of Social Work (pictured).
NYC public middle and high school students received online programming focused on career education by the College & Career Lab.
students volunteered at Holy Apostles Soup Kitchen from NYU’s School of Professional Studies (pictured).
patient visits provided by the NYU College of Dentistry dental van.
hours of free speech therapy provided by the NYU BITS Lab to NYC-area youth who have trouble pronouncing the "r" sound.
volunteer hours from NYU SPS Community Service Committee at the New York City Marathon providing water to runners (pictured).