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The New York University website is filled with useful information to help you as a parent, help your student navigate the vast resources and information available to them as a student in New York.

To help you find what your are looking for, we have organized many of the commonly requested resources by topic.  If you are unsure where to find what you're looking for and or have a question, please let us know.

Guest Portals

There are several services in which students may provide parents (or other guests) with access to view their student information -- such as tuition bills, Campus Cash, grades, emergency contact information and more.  Click on the options below to request access:

  • Electronic Suite - For financial account information on such things as tuition statements, account balances, and electronic payments towards a student's account balance.
  • Albert Mobile - For guest access to student information such as grades, address information, class schedules, transcripts and more.
  • Dining and Campus Cash - To make deposits to Campus Cash or Dining Dollars, as well as view account information.

For access to health related information,  the Student Health Center must obtain your student's written authorization before using or disclosing personal health information, unless there is a serious or imminent threat to the health and safety of the student or others.  Click here for related information and forms.

Calendars and Directory

Need to find a commonly requested office phone number or need dates to plan for travel during breaks?

Web Links by Topic


For both emergency and non-emergency situations, assistance is available through the Department of Public Safety Command Center, 24 hours, seven days a week. Be sure to add 212.998.2222 to your contact list.

Also note that the Wellness Exchange has professional counselors available 24/7 to assist students who are in crisis or just need to talk. Counselors are also a great resource for parents if you need some advice on helping your student. Call 212-443-9999.

Both numbers are located on the back of all student ID cards.