We at NYU are grateful to have a community of administrators and staff who have been willing to adapt to the rapidly changing and genuinely challenging circumstances of the COVID-19 epidemic. It has demanded that we alter the way we conduct our academic and business operations at NYU in an incredibly short period of time. Below is information we hope will help answer some of your questions and aid you in performing your jobs in these exceptional times.

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Mandatory NYU Returns Video

All employees are required to watch the NYU Returns guidelines video and verify familiarity with COVID-19 health protocols prior to entering campus buildings.

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Getting Ready for 2020-2021

Starting essentials to prepare for the next academic year.  Keep checking back for additional information to come.

Remote Work in 2020-2021

The overwhelming majority of University employees – faculty, administrators, and staff – rapidly and skillfully moved to teleworking in March 2020. As we look towards the coming year, many will continue to do so.

Read more about working remotely

Protective Equipment

All NYUers must wear face coverings when on NYU property or in NYU facilities, and are encouraged to wear them at all times when outside of home. While you should use your own face coverings, NYU also has PPE supplies you can access if needed.

Read more about protective equipment

Daily COVID-19 Screener

Members of the NYU community will be required to regularly complete a brief questionnaire, called the Daily COVID-19 Screener for Campus Access, via NYU’s smartphone app or an accessible computer to be authorized to enter NYU facilities.

Read more about the daily screener

Building Access

Every member of the NYU community planning to enter an NYU building this fall semester will need to follow several steps before gaining access. 

Read more about building access

Employee Offices

Over the summer, most NYU buildings remain closed, and faculty, administrators, and staff are expected to work remotely.

Read more about employee offices


Some people hate 'em; it's said some people like 'em.  Either way, collaboration is an important part of life in higher learning.  In the age of COVID-19, the practice of crowding into conference rooms needs to change.

Read more about meetings

Accommodations and Modifications

Employees who feel they have underlying health conditions that put them at greater risk for COVID-19 can seek an accommodation or modification to work conditions.

Read more about employee accommodations and modifications

Safety and Health

Learn more about our multilayered public health strategy to reduce the risks to our community posed by COVID-19.

Campus Life, Events, and Transportation

A number of new protocols and practices have been put into place to keep our facilities, spaces, events, and travel as safe as can be.

Additional Employee Resources

Reporting Non-Compliance

What do you do when you observe somebody disregarding COVID-19 health and safety protocols?  NYU has developed a multi-stage system for employees to encourage compliance and report violations.

NYU IT Assistance for Remote Working

Supporting NYU employees in creating a successful remote work environment

Coronavirus-Related Benefits Updates

Temporary changes to some NYU New York benefits for eligible employees due to the COVID-19 virus

Work Life Support for Employees

Support services and resources for work-life integration

Time and Leave Considerations

Guidance regarding time and leave policy changes during the pandemic

Administative Management Council (AMC)

Find resources and events to build community and connect with fellow employees remotely

We recognize that COVID-19's effects have been disparate, and its impacts on poor communities and communities of color have been especially painful. In our response to the coronavius, NYU is committed to mitigating those impacts as well as ensuring no one in our community is ostracized, bullied, or mistreated due to ignorance around this disease. If any member of our community believes they have experienced harassment or discrimination, we encourage them to report concerns to the Bias Response Line.

Got Questions?
Students, email StudentLink

Faculty and Employees, email PeopleLink

Urgent after-hours inquiries, call (212) 998-1155