NYC Status

Updated: May 3

  • NYU has resumed in-person classes for spring semester.
  • Strict adherence to NYU’s COVID-19 mitigation safety protocols, including wearing an acceptable mask, is required.
  • All students, faculty, and employees, are required to be up to date on their COVID-19 vaccinations and have their uploaded proof validated prior to accessing NYU facilities and events (both on or off campus).  Affiliates, vendors, and visitors who are approved as essential to enter campus must also provide proof of being up to date on their vaccinations and have that proof validated through NYU’s portal.
    • NYU is offering vaccinations for students, faculty and employees through the Student Health Center in accordance with City and State guidelines.

Safety and health protocols are in effect, including wearing an allowable mask »

Other Degree-granting Campuses

NYU Abu Dhabi

Classes at the NYU Abu Dhabi campus have resumed in person. All events have returned to 100 percent space capacity.  COVID-mitagation health guidelines remain in place. Vaccination (including booster shots) or official exemption is required of all students, faculty, and employees.

NYU Shanghai

Beginning Monday, March 14, NYU Shanghai closed academic buildings and all classes have moved to online instruction for the remainder of the semester in order to prevent the spread of COVID. Faculty, employees, and researchers are working in accordance with public health and safety protocols. All students, faculty, and staff have been offered COVID-19 vaccinations.

Global Sites

All of NYU’s global sites are open this semester, with the exception of NYU Sydney, which is scheduled to resume operations fall 2022.


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 coronavirus, 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

bias.response@nyu.edu

Questions?
Students, email StudentLink

Faculty and Employees, email PeopleLink

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

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