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Trans@NYU is dedicated to providing up-to-date policies, services, and resources for transgender, gender non-conforming, non-binary, and gender-questioning students, faculty, staff, and alumni at NYU.

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9:30 a.m.–8:30 p.m. ET

9:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m. ET

University Policies and Procedures

  • Change of Student Information Policies - How to change/update chosen/preferred name, pronouns, pronunciation of name, diploma name, legal/primary name, alumni name, legal sex, gender identity
  • Updating Chosen/Preferred Name or Photo on NYU ID Card - NYU ID cards print with a student's name as it's provided in Albert. Once your chosen/preferred name is in Albert, you can pick up a replacement NYU ID Card at no cost to you.  Additionally, you can update the photo on your NYU ID to a more gender-affirming photo at no cost.

Changing Name and Gender Marker on Government-Issued Identification

The following webpages offer helpful information for students who wish to change their name and gender marker on various forms of government-issued identification.


An educational toolkit with resources about pronouns and information about how students can add their pronouns in Albert, Zoom, and other systems.

Trans Inclusive Practices in the Classroom

A toolkit with terminology, best practices, research, and resources for fostering more inclusive classrooms for transgender, gender non-conforming, non-binary, gender questioning, and gender expansive students.

Gender-Affirming Health and Wellness

A page about navigating gender-affirming health and wellness for trans, non-binary, and gender expansive students in partnership with the NYU Student Health Center. Topics include medical services, counseling, hormone therapy, binding, voice services, insurance, and more.

All-Gender Restroom Map


A student group for transgender, non-binary, and gender non-conforming students and their allies. T-Party meets once every two weeks at the LGBTQ+ Center. Learn how to get involved by emailing