NYU faculty, administrators, and staff continue to focus on safety and health protocols, aligning courses and classes with health guidelines, upgrading technology, and enhancing professional support for faculty.  We are committed to you, our students, receiving the excellent education you expect from NYU. There will be challenges, but we will carry on together. We hope you find the information and links below helpful in navigating this unpredictable period and in understanding the expectations we have for you as members of the NYU community.

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Financial Support

Since COVID first struck, NYU students have received $31 million in support through US CARES Act funding, University funds, and private donations. The recent US CRRSA Act has allocated an additional $37.4 million for COVID related aid to NYU, and we are committed to using the full equivalent of these funds to support our students.

Read more about student financial support

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Safety and Health

Key Habits to Keep each other Safe

There are eight daily things you can do to keep yourself and our community safe.

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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

Coronavirus Testing

NYU is conducting ongoing, mandatory testing of individuals studying or working on site so we can help prevent the spread of COVID-19.

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Mandatory COVID-19 Vaccination

All NYU students on US campuses and sites are required to get vaccinated against COVID-19 and upload proof of vaccination to have access to buildings (fall 2021) and to no longer test regularly beginning June 7, 2021.

Read more about the mandatory COVID-19 vaccination

Academics and Studying

Classrooms and Classes

NYU is committed to providing our students with the excellent education you expect.

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Student Advising

Students and faculty are encouraged to meet in-person in one-on-one meetings, as long as 6 ft physical distancing is maintained and masks are worn. If these public health measures cannot be followed, the University encourages virtual meetings.


NYU's libraries are adjusting practices and procedures to reduce the spread of COVID-19.

Read more about libraries

Study and Learning Spaces

NYU is providing students with quieter shared spaces to join an online class, do work, study, or take a quick break by using the NYU Scan & Reserve app. Available for walk-in or advance reservation.

Read more about scaning and reserving space

Campus Life, Events, and Transportation

Building Basics

Making your way around campus may require a bit more effort and attention, but it is part of our effort to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Read more about NYU building basics

Building Access

Every member of the NYU community planning to enter an NYU building needs to follow several steps before gaining access.

Read more about building access


NYU Eats is fully committed to fostering a safe, efficient dining environment while providing a wide variety of delicious, healthy and nutritious meal options to the NYU community.

Read more about dining

Athletics, Recreation, and Fitness

Due to COVID-19, intercollegiate, intramural, and club sports and competitions were cancelled through the 2020-2021 academic year. Select recreation facilities are now open for student use only.

Read more about athletics, recreation, and fitness

Student Housing

NYU reopened its student residence halls in 2020-2021.  But in keeping with our plans to reduce density—one of the tenets of our safety and health planning—there are fewer students per floor.

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Isolating or Quarantining

Protecting our collective health during a pandemic requires that we quarantine or isolate those who have been exposed to or tested positive for COVID-19, and we have developed specific protocols to monitor and care for students.

Read more about isolating or quarantining


For students living in a residence hall, laundry facilities will continue to be available.

Read more about laundry room facilities

Meet-Up Rooms

For the time being, we are suspending the use of classrooms for reduced-occupancy, small-group student meetings.

Additional Student 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 students to encourage compliance and report violations.

Remote Learning Support

Remote learning tools organized to help you get set up and be successful

We encourage you to connect with your faculty and academic advisors to find tailored support.  The Office of Student Success will also help explore the various services available with you.

Student Employment and Career Services

On-Campus Student Employment Remote Work Update

Virtual and specialized support for students and alumni to manage their careers during COVID-19


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 about 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.

Bias Response Line
(212) 998-2277


Students, email StudentLink

Faculty and Employees, email PeopleLink

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

Support is Available