University Policies and Guidelines
University Policy Database
As a central repository for existing, new and revised policies and guidelines, the NYU Policy Database serves to standardize policy format, eliminate redundancies, improve organization, accessibility, search and navigation functions.
The policies are organized in categories as noted in the menus below. Some policies may be listed in multiple categories. University policies, procedures and guidelines are retained and maintained in this database to guide and inform the University community, including faculty, staff, administration and students.
This database does not contain an exhaustive list of university policies. For additional information or assistance on how to locate policies, develop new policies, update existing policies, or any other policy related matter, please contact the Office of Compliance and Risk Management at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 212-998-2265.
Policy on Soliciting Gifts in Connection with Admissions - March 8, 2022
Policy on the Removal of Naming - March 2, 2022
Revised University Policies
Tuition, Fee, and Refund Policy for the University - May 15, 2023
University Student Conduct Policy - August 18, 2022
IT Policies Updated September 2023
NYU IT has updated the Policy Against Information Blocking of Electronic Health Information. The update concerns the enforcement of information-blocking penalties for health IT entities and is the entire third paragraph of the Background section of the policy.
Other IT Policies updated in July 2022:
Our Call Monitoring policy has been updated and re-posted, as always, with OGC and NYU IT senior approvals. It is now titled Use of Call Recording and/or Call Monitoring for Customer Service Improvement. The update was necessary to present a new recording-monitoring feature and the new attendant requirements. In addition, the policy was considerably revised to include requirements for requesting to record and monitor, procedures for plan implementation, information regarding employees who handle calls subject to monitoring, a questionnaire to reference when considering recording or monitoring, a sign-off sheet for the requestor, and sample employee evaluation suggestions.