Our goal at NYU is to create space for people to explore their goals and aspirations by providing conditions that foster safety, develop individual capacities, and encourage social relationships — promoting the self-determination and dignity of all.

While exploring NYU's resources for education, prevention, and training, we hope you will consider how you can contribute to a culture of sexual and relationship respect on campus and beyond.

If a student experiences sexual misconduct, relationship violence, or stalking, we want to help and support in the immediate aftermath, as well as any time the trauma surfaces — including being triggered by the content in these pages.

Sexual Misconduct Campus Climate Survey

NYU has once again retained the National Campus Climate Survey group (NCCS) to administer the 2022 sexual misconduct campus climate survey at its New York, Abu Dhabi, and Shanghai campuses in accordance with the New York State "Enough is Enough" law. You may receive an email from Joshua Patterson (surveys@srsrv.com) with the subject line "NYU Campus Climate Survey on Sexual Misconduct – We need your input!" inviting you to participate. Questions about the survey can be directed to Zoe Ragouzeos at zr1@nyu.edu.

Help and Support

Need help? Call the Wellness Exchange hotline at (212) 443-9999 or via chat through the app anytime to speak with a trauma-informed Crisis Response Counselor.

Your Rights

You are afforded certain rights in a situation involving sexual assault.

Review your rights

Learn what information won't be shared without your permission.

Your privacy

Review NYU's policy on Sexual Misconduct, Relationship Violence, and Stalking.

Read the policy

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