Visit the Washington Square, New York City campus on a tour designed for prospective graduate and professional students. Learn about the many schools, colleges, centers, and institutes that make up the university and get a glimpse of what life is like for students in their graduate and professional programs.
The tour helped me get a better idea of what my future might look like as an NYU student. I enjoyed visiting the buildings, getting an overview of graduate student life, and learning some history of the campus...I am an accepted student and the tour helped me decide that NYU is where I want to commit to.
It was very informative. The tour guide was super detailed to the point where any question we could’ve possibly had was answered before I even thought about it. I enjoyed it very much and if I could I’d do it again!
Visiting different schools gave me a good idea of not only the school I plan to study in but also the different courses/activities at other schools that could complement my program. The insight on different centers was also helpful for understanding the opportunities on campus. It was great that the the Campus tour was conducted by the NYU students. That helped me gain an understanding about the student life at NYU.
Looking to learn more about the hundreds of graduate programs offered at NYU? Our general information session examines whether a graduate or professional degree is right for you and gives a general overview of the offerings at NYU. This session takes place right after the Wednesday afternoon campus tour.
If you have a group of ten or more looking to tour our campus, please send a Group Tour Request to firstname.lastname@example.org or call (212) 992-4723. This request should be submitted at least three weeks in advance of the date that you plan to visit. We cannot guarantee that we will be able to accommodate the date and time you request. At this time we only offer tours during the week (Monday-Friday).
This tour is intended for prospective graduate and professional students. Others are welcome, but students interested in undergraduate (bachelor's) or other non-graduate programs may wish to visit NYU Undergraduate Admissions for a more appropriate visit experience.