The NYU IT Student Tech Guide's end-of-semester spotlight focuses on resources to help you finish the academic year with success. Get info on IT computer labs, Brightspace features, software and printing, NYU Stream for video and audio projects, and more.
The LaGuardia and Third North STCs and Computer Labs have many resources for students, including Macs, A/V equipment, study spaces, and video games.
MobilePrint enables you to send a doc to an NYU printer and select options like color and two-sided printing. Check out the features, sustainability tips, and locations.
If your device detects "nyu" as an available network, you should always connect to it. Remove ("forget") slower, special-purpose networks like "nyu-legacy" to avoid auto-connecting. Find out more on the NYU Wi-Fi site.
Some services, research tools, and databases can only be accessed from the NYU network. See the complete list of services and learn how to use NYU VPN to connect to the NYU network from off campus.
Do you have an assessment to administer online? NYU schools handle assessments, including administering and taking exams, in a variety of ways. Here are some of the options your school may use.
Types of gift card scams can include imposters pretending to be the IRS, your mortgage lender, or others who demand gift card payments, as well as card readers that steal card balances and other information. Find out how to avoid these tricks.
Multi-Factor Authentication is one of the most effective ways to secure accounts. However, there are methods that scammers use to try to trick you into circumventing protection. Avoid scams. Never share your password—not even with your help desk! Learn more.