Deutsches Haus is one of 10+ cultural institutes on campus that keep our international community a prominent part of the student experience.
The Washington Square Arch marks the beginning of 5th Avenue, and acts as an unofficial entry point to our Washington Square campus.
NYU’s Center for Genomics and Systems Biology is one of NYU’s cutting edge research institutes.
Where else will you find Grammy award winners teaching alongside Nobel Laureates?
The Kimmel Center for University Life sits on Washington Square South and serves as a main hub of student activity.
Seen here, a class in action at one of our chemistry labs.
Our Washington Square campus blends seamlessly into the surrounding neighborhood.
NYU’s three technology centers provide students with access to a variety of resources.
NYU buildings are marked by flags, so you can easily tell which buildings are part of the University.
When the weather gets warm, student emerge from the library and study lounges on campus and take over Washington Square Park as a study space.
Whether you’re a competitive athlete or just in it for fun, we have athletics for you.
Competitive Quidditch, anyone?
Or a few laps around the track?
NYU students are amazingly talented – and we showcase student talent each year at our University-wide talent competition, Ultra Violet Live.
Students perform in front of a panel of celebrity judges and a theater full of their peers.
Off stage, we have students producing a daily newspaper for our campus, and the surrounding communities.
Each semester a variety of programs are organized to welcome students back to campus. For instance, this glow-in-the-dark ball at our student center.
Professors often organize trips to museums like this physics class at the Rose Center for Earth and Space in the American Museum of Natural History.
For most New Yorkers the Barclays Center is our newest, world-class sports arena.
Also not far from Tandon, students can wander to the heart of art and culture in Brooklyn, the neighborhood of Fort Greene.
When students get tired of the dining halls or just need a change of scenery, they head out to café’s and restaurants around the neighborhood.
Looking for a quick snack? Unique treats, like the vegan ice cream truck are staples of the NYU student’s diet.
Just a few blocks away from Washington Square Park, and you’re on Broadway in SoHo – a popular shopping destination for tourists.
Professor Mosette Broderick takes students uptown and down as they observe New York City’s architectural masterpieces firsthand while satisfying the Foundations of Contemporary Culture requirement in the College of Arts and Science core curriculum. Every class starts with a lecture and ends with a walking tour that focuses on the history and buildings of a different neighborhood.
College of Arts and Science
Journalism and Global Public Health
with a concentration in Anthropology
In New York City it’s called the Reality Show: NYU. In Abu Dhabi it’s the Real AD Show. And at NYU Shanghai it’s the Reality Show: Shanghai. The musical for incoming students, performed on all three of NYU’s campuses, tackles the issues of adjusting to college life.