Web Meetings (Zoom)
NYU Zoom is a cloud-based, full-featured web, video, and audio conferencing service which enables hybrid or remote classes and meetings. Use it for online teaching, training, remote support, and meetings.
Faculty: Learn tips for hybrid teaching with the Classroom Instructions for Faculty.
- Classroom Pairing for Faculty: if you’re an instructor using NYU Brightspace and Zoom in a Zoom Classroom, you can request to have the course and the room paired
- Webinar or Large Meeting Licenses: hosting a large (more than 300 people) meeting or class? We can help with that. Request a large meeting license today
Who doesn't? If you are a current NYU student, faculty or staff member, or researcher, you can use NYU Zoom.
3. Log into NYU Zoom
- Launch the Zoom application
- Select Sign In
- On the sign-in screen, select SSO near the bottom
- Enter "nyu" if prompted for a company domain
- Log in with your NYU NetID and password
- Complete NYU Multi-Factor Authentication (Duo), if prompted
- Become a Zoom pro with features like breakout rooms and filters. Watch the video about Zoom Classrooms, and learn how to record and share Zoom sessions. Check NYU Zoom Downloads each month for updates
- The Zoom Whiteboard is a feature that enables you to collaborate, in or outside of a Zoom session, with colleagues using a digital drawing board similar to the ones often found in meeting rooms. Find out more about the Zoom Whiteboard and start brainstorming
- Getting Started: Zoom account activation, apps, and browser plugins
- Frequently Asked Questions: General NYU Zoom use
- Requesting a recording, premium audio, or webinar features via NYU ServiceLink
- Requesting and hosting a Zoom Webinar or Large Meeting
- Managing the default settings for saving in-meeting Zoom chats
Zoom Classroom FAQs
- Frequently Asked Questions: Zoom Classrooms for Faculty
- Securing Zoom meetings and class sessions and preventing intruders
- Scheduling a Zoom meeting through NYU Brightspace (faculty)
- Go To Brightspace
Support Directly from Zoom
Accessibility Best Practices for Zoom
NYU community members should keep the diversity of abilities in mind when planning a Zoom meeting or class. Refer to the Accessible Online Events Resource Guide for detailed information.
Zoom has an automatic live captioning feature called Auto-Transcription. This is enabled by the host of the meeting or webinar once it begins. Read more about Zoom captioning. Learn how to make Zoom conversations more accessible to everyone with the Digital Accessibility guide to Zoom Automated Captions.
Zoom Help for Faculty and Staff
Look and Sound Like a Star in Zoom
Zoom Help for Students
Be the Zoom Host with the Most