Get a firsthand look at what life is like as a graduate or professional student at NYU and learn about the University’s schools, colleges, centers, and institutes through virtual tours and events specially designed for individuals interested in pursuing advanced degrees.

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Contact Us

Virtual Office Hours:
Monday–Friday
9 a.m.–5 p.m.
Email:
gradadmissions@nyu.edu
Phone: 212-992-4723

NYU Campus Tours

As a prospective NYU graduate or professional student, you have the opportunity to virtually tour both our Washington Square Park and Brooklyn campuses. These online tours offer a general introduction to NYU’s New York City locations and facilities but do not provide school-specific academic or admissions information. If you’d like to visit with a specific graduate or professional school, you should contact them directly, as opportunities across schools vary.

Group Tours

When we’re able to offer in-person campus tours again, groups of 10 or more people who wish to visit NYU should send a group tour request to gradadmissions@nyu.edu or call 212-992-GRAD (4723) at least three weeks in advance of the date you’d like to visit. In the past we have offered tours Monday through Friday, but this may change in the coming weeks and months depending on evolving safety guidelines and protocols. While we work as hard as possible to welcome all groups, we cannot guarantee that we’ll be able to accommodate the date and time you request.

Accommodations

NYU’s Office of Graduate Marketing and Admission Consulting provides reasonable accommodations to people with disabilities. Accommodation requests for events and services should be submitted at least two weeks before the date of the accommodation need. Please email gradadmissions@nyu.edu or call 212-992-GRAD (4723) for assistance.

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Visit NYU Graduate Schools

Contact the NYU graduate school, center, or institute of your choice to discover the opportunities you have to virtually connect with experts who can answer program-specific academic and admissions questions.

Two students wearing masks enter the Kimmel Center.