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  • Over a Terabyte (or roughly 1 trillion bytes) of data traverse NYU-NET every day!

Connect to NYU-NET & the Internet

NYU-NET is NYU's campus-wide, Internet-connected network of computers, computer-related equipment, and information resources. It is used by University students, faculty, administrators, and staff. Underlying NYU-NET is a collection of hardware, software, operating procedures, and policies that define and manage how NYU-based computers connect to each other and to the Internet.

There are a variety of ways to connect to NYU-NET whether you are on-campus or off-campus. Explore the navigation menu to the left for more information and instructions. NYU IT also provides software that will help you protect the security of your computer and data, and make the most of your NYU-NET connection.

Your NYU NetID and password are your key to most authenticated NYU-NET resources.

Connect Your Mobile Device

Instructions on how to configure a mobile device to access your NYU E-mail, Calendar, and other Google Apps for Education are available at Note that you will need to set a separate Google Apps password at, which is different from your NYUHome password, in order to connect.

Instructions on how to set up an NYU-provided mobile device (e.g., Blackberry, iPhone) are available at

Connect to NYU Web

To access NYU Web, the main NYU website, visit

Connect to NYUHome

NYUHome ( is an online service that provides information and facilitates collaboration, interaction and communication for all NYU students, faculty and staff. It is a portal to many web-based services and tools. All NYU community members with access to NYUHome use their NYU NetID and password to log in. For more information and activation instructions, see the NYUHome Help page.

Page last reviewed: July 1, 2015