There’s no better way to get the inside scoop on what it’s like to be part of the NYU community than hearing straight from the horse’s mouth. Or is that the bobcat’s mouth? Either way, come visit us and learn firsthand from current students why there’s nothing like NYU.
At all of our events, we talk about the full NYU global community, which includes our degree-granting campuses in New York City, Abu Dhabi and Shanghai. This helps set the stage for where you might find your fit globally, academically, and personally.
Here are all the ways you can visit campus:
Just about any day of the week, you (and up to two additional guests) can visit one of our two New York City locations to meet with undergraduate admissions officers and take a tour led by a current student. Sessions take about two hours. Spots fill up fast, so please register in advance.
Drop-in Policy: Our drop-in list opens 45 minutes before each session, but does not guarantee entry into the session. If space is available, we will accommodate a maximum of two total drop-ins per party.
Offered to high schools that want to send a large group to NYU. Includes an information session with an admissions official and a campus tour. Make sure to schedule three weeks in advance.
Talk with student ambassadors at the NYU Welcome Center (see above for address) and get a self-guided tour map, or download a PDF.
Every year, NYU goes on a world tour. We visit dozens of cities so students like you can learn more about what our three campuses have to offer.
Interested in experiencing college and city life first-hand? Learn more about our summer (and other short-term) programs for high schools students.
Are you a veteran or an active duty member of the military who is interested in learning more about applying to college and using your VA benefits? Learn more about our NYU Veterans' College Access Workshops.
Learn more about NYU Abu Dhabi by joining an info session in the United States and other countries, or taking a campus tour.
Learn more about NYU Shanghai by joining an info session in the United States, or visiting our campus in Shanghai.