ARTS University College of Arts and Science; used from 1833 to 1974

CAS College of Arts and Science (“the College”); refers to the undergraduate school in arts and science from 1994 on

CIMS Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences

DEN College of Dentistry

FAS Faculty of Arts and Science

GAL Gallatin School of Individualized Study, formerly Gallatin Division

GPH College of Global Public Health, formerly Global Institute of Public Health

GSAS Graduate School of Arts and Science

GSM Grossman School of Medicine

HON Honorary degree

IFA Institute of Fine Arts

ISAW Institute for the Study of the Ancient World

LAW School of Law

LIMED Long Island School of Medicine

LS Liberal Studies

MEYERS Rory Meyers College of Nursing


NYUSH NYU Shanghai

SPS School of Professional Studies, formerly School of Continuing and Professional Studies

SSSW Silver School of Social Work

STEINHARDT Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development, formerly School of Education

STERN Leonard N. Stern School of Business, formerly Graduate School of Business Administration; Leonard N. Stern School of Business Undergraduate College, formerly School of Commerce; and College of Business and Public Administration

TANDON Tandon School of Engineering, formerly the NYU Polytechnic School of Engineering from 2014 to 2015; formerly the Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn, 1854 through 2013; and the College of Engineering and Science, 1857 through 1974

TSOA Tisch School of the Arts

WAG Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service, formerly Graduate School of Public Administration

WSC Washington Square College, now CAS; refers to the arts and science undergraduate school at Washington Square campus from 1914 to 1974

WSUC Washington Square University College, now CAS; refers to the undergraduate school in arts and science from 1974 to 1994