Have questions? Here are some ways to get in touch. Although this is not an exhaustive list of contacts across the University, this page features many of the offices, schools, and units that you might need to reach out to while completing Next Stop NYU deadlines. Not sure who to get in touch with? Contact the Center for Student Life with general questions.

General and University-Wide Contacts

Academic Resource Center
(212) 998-2272
The ARC offers tutoring, cross-school advising, and resources for when you don’t know where to go with academic navigation questions.

Academic Advisement
Academic advising at NYU is multi-layered and available through multiple access points.

Admissions (Undergraduate)
(212) 998-4500
For submission of your Final Report and final high school transcript, AP or IB test scores, as well as other next steps.

Bookstore and Computer Store
(212) 998-4667
Carries textbooks, general trade books, school supplies, and NYU clothing. The NYU Computer Store carries computer hardware, software, accessories and iPods at education prices.

(212) 998-2806
For billing and payment questions regarding all tuition, housing, dining, and mandatory fees associated with attending NYU.

Center for Student Life
(212) 998-4411
We enhance the NYU experience through programs and services that foster intentional student engagement.

Dining Services
(212) 998-4988
Everything related to dining on campus, including locations, hours, and meal plans.

Financial Aid
(212) 998-4444
Provides guidance regarding federal, state and University financial aid — including loans, scholarships, and grants — available to NYU students.

Global Services
(212) 998-4720
Supports international students, scholars, and their dependents, including immigration advising and guidance, events, cultural adjustment resources, and more.

LGBTQ+ Center
(212) 998-4424
Creates a welcoming environment for all University students, faculty, staff, and alumni interested in developing their understanding of LGBTQ+ communities. Support services, resources, programs, advocacy, training, education, and consultation are provided to members of the NYU community.

Military and Veteran Student Services
Resources on utilizing VA benefits, certification contacts, local and state resources, as well as ways to get connected with current students, student organizations, and programming.

The Moses Center for Student Accessibility
(212) 998-4980
The Moses Center helps determine qualified disability status and assists students obtain appropriate accommodations and services.

Multicultural Education and Programs
(212) 998-4343
Produces intentional and sustained educational initiatives and campus-wide programs in the area of diversity and social justice.

NYUCard and Campus Cash
(212) 443-2273
Your NYU student ID — known on campus as your NYUCard — is your key to meal plans, Campus Cash, NYU buildings, and local discounts. 

Parent Resources and Helpline
(212) 998-4219
Not sure where to direct your question or find assistance for a particular issue? Let us help you. The Parent Helpline provides information about the Parent email list, Parents Day, and other resources.

(212) 998-4800
For questions about registering for classes, enrollment verification, NYU transcripts, Albert, degree audits, VA certifications, and guest access to student information.

Residential Life and Housing Services
(212) 998-4600
For questions related to housing applications, assignments, special accommodations, and Special Interest or Explorations programs.

Student Health Center
(212) 443-1000
For general information about health and mental health resources, services provided, immunization and health requirements, NYU Sponsored Student Health Insurance Plans, and the enrollment or waiver process.

The Office of Sustainability provides expertise, offers resources, and partners across the University to support sustainability teaching and learning, improve the environmental performance of our campus operations, and engage our community through education and outreach.

StudentLink Center
Schedule a Zoom appointment with a Student Link Counselor who are cross-trained in Registrar, Financial Aid, Bursar, study away, and international student services. The information you need — simplified.

Wasserman Center for Career Development
(212) 998-4730
For all aspects of career planning, including work study placements, and on-campus and off-campus part-time jobs and internships.