Connecting talented and ambitious people in the world's greatest cities, our mission is to be a top quality institution.
Join our more than 40,000 students studying in hundreds of programs on six continents all around the globe.
Our world-class students, faculty, and scholars expect high achievement in pursuit of engaging the world's diverse challenges.
An institution without walls, we draw spirit from our cities and their famous cultural institutions and professional opportunities.
Being at the forefront of their disciplines, our faculty shape the understanding of an enormous range of academic fields.
In City Hall, Albany, and Washington DC, NYU Government Affairs works with lawmakers and government agencies on policy issues surrounding the advancement of higher education.
Students, faculty, and administrators are instrumental advocates for financial aid, research funding, and policies.
Government Affairs helps secure government funding for NYU initiatives that address real-world needs.
The University generates billions of dollars in economic activity as one of the City’s largest employers.
Government Affairs brings students, faculty, and alumni face-to-face with their representatives in government.
The John Brademas Center, located in Washington, DC, studies the state of Congress and foreign policy.
Review the University's policies on interacting with government officials prior to your meetings.
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