NYU faculty, staff, and degree students with current and active NetIDs and NYU Home accounts may manage webpages.

Non-NYU affiliates (e.g., web consultants) must be sponsored for access by the full-time faculty or staff member who has primary responsibility for the site.

Affiliates must be assigned an NYU NetID, as per the instructions on the New NetID Assignment page. Once the NetID is obtained and the individual is authorized by the NYU Web Team, the non-NYU affiliate will be eligible to apply for access.

Webpage Services

Current affiliates of NYU have opportunities to create webpages. Look through the options below to find the scenario that best fits your situation and we will help you get started.

Important Note: Please keep in mind that i4 as a hosting platform is scheduled to retire in July 2022. If you haven’t done so already, we highly recommend that you look for alternative server solutions. You can reach out to the NYU Web Team if you need assistance with this process.

Many of the resources shared throughout the NYU Web Guide are specific to the main (non-CMS) NYU web server, www.nyu.edu, accessed through an account on the legacy i4.nyu.edu machine. The i4 server is no longer accepting requests for new accounts and active websites must be migrated before the scheduled retirement in July 2022.

At any point, cyber security or infrastructure updates may prevent web applications on i4 from working before the scheduled retirement. We encourage active web owners to migrate off of i4 as soon as possible. 

For other web options, please refer to the website publishing comparison chart. If you have questions about a site that is not on this server, please contact your school webmaster or write to the Web Team.

Personal Webpages

NYU Sites

NYU provides a free collaborative space for Web content creation that is easy to use, update, access and share via NYU Sites, part of NYU Google Apps for Education. The service can be accessed via NYUHome or directly at sites.nyu.edu.

Web Publishing Service

NYU faculty, staff, and degree students with current and active NetIDs and NYU Home accounts may access Web Publishing. Alumni and other affiliated members of the NYU community are not eligible for this Service.

Faculty Webpages

NYU IT offers various services that may meet a faculty member's needs for class-related or research-related projects:

NYU Brightspace

The NYU Brightspace learning management system enables NYU faculty to use web-based collaborative and assessment technologies to enhance the teaching and learning experience.

Web Publishing Service

NYU faculty may find the Web Publishing Service an easy way to create personal, research, or class websites.

NYU Wikis

NYU Wikis is a web-based collaborative tool that faculty and students can use to create and manage private and public content for research, instruction, and University-related activity.

NYU Faculty website at www.nyu.edu/projects

Faculty members may use NYU Web (www.nyu.edu) as a tool for the classes they teach or to showcase large-scale personal research projects.

School Departments, Programs, or Offices

School Websites

Every school at NYU has its own web presence. Should you need access to a department or program webpage on your school's site, make sure to check with your school's webmaster. A list of school webmaster email addresses is available on our Resources page.

Web Publishing Service

NYU departments and programs may find the Web Publishing Service an easy way to create websites for various internal resources. Visit wp.nyu.edu for more information. Note, you may need the approval of your school's webmaster should you wish to create a page outside of your school's main web presence.

Central Administrative Units

Central administrative units maintain their websites in the university CMS. Full-time faculty and staff, and full-time enrolled students (Graduate Assistant students who have received approval from the authorized web content approver for the specific content area on which the student has been contracted to work) may request access to the CMS using an online application.

Student Organizations

All-Square Clubs are required to use websites created within the NYU Engange (OrgSync) environment. For more information, contact the Center for Student Life Webmaster at: student.activities.webmaster@nyu.edu.