NYU has resumed normal operations post snow storm in New York City.
In accordance with the Mayor's decision to open NYC public schools,
NYU’s New York campus will resume normal operations on Thursday, March 22, 2018. All classes, events, and other activities will go on as scheduled.
That said, members of our community travel from regions affected differently by weather, and you should be guided by your own judgment—if you feel you cannot travel to campus safely, you should stay home. Please be in touch with your professor or supervisor, and work out a common-sense approach about how to handle the absence or work-at-home day. All employees who provide essential services are expected to report for their scheduled shifts unless given approval from a supervisor.
Safe Ride will be operating on a normal schedule this evening.
Though we are providing you with this current plan of operation, we will be monitoring weather developments carefully and will use the NYU Alert channels—including NYU email, text messages, the Safe NYU app, website banners, and social media—to communicate any changes.
Due to the inclement weather, the Student Health Center has revised its hours of operations for the remainder of the day, today, Wednesday March 21, and will be closing early according to the service and location below.
|Counseling/Psychiatry by Appointment||4:00 p.m.||6:00 p.m.|
|Wellness Walk-in||4:00 p.m.||7:00 p.m.|
|Medical Services other than Urgent Care||4:00 p.m.||4:00 p.m.|
|Urgent Care||4:00 p.m.||6:00 p.m.|
|Moses Center||3:30 p.m.||3:30 p.m.|
NYU’s New York campus will be closed Wednesday, March 21 due to snow. All day and evening classes as well as events are cancelled unless specifically communicated otherwise. The University administrative offices are closed and non-essential personnel are not to report.
All employees who provide essential services are expected to report for work at their assigned time. If you are not certain whether you fall into this category, please be in touch with your manager or supervisor. Bearing in mind the impact of the coming storm, you should plan your travel appropriately to ensure your timely arrival.
NYU’s Department of Public Safety is closely monitoring the pending, predicted snowstorm in coordination with our New York City partners.
Should a closure decision be necessary, I wanted to remind everyone of our decision-making process:
Please note: Even when the University closes due to weather, personnel who provide essential services are still required to report for their regular assignments on time (if you are unsure if you fall into this category, speak with your supervisor).
Though we are providing you with this general guidance now, we will be monitoring weather developments carefully, and will use the NYU Alert system including NYU email, text messages, website banners, and social media to communicate if there are to be changes in operation.
Regardless of these guidelines or the University's decision to be open, you should always be guided by good judgment: if you feel you really cannot travel to campus safely, you should stay home – be in touch with your professor or supervisor, and work out a common-sense approach about how to handle the missed day.
We strongly encourage the University Community to download Safe NYU, the University’s mobile campus safety app. For more information please visit nyu.edu/safenyu.
We will be closely monitoring the forecasts. Travel safely.
These numbers are reserved to report true emergencies.
(x82222 from campus phones)
(9-911 from campus phones)
Messages are updated during an active University alert.
The Public Safety phone number, and the recorded updates phone number are on the back of the NYU ID Card.