Free MHP On Campus

Take What You Need for Now


1 Washington Place,
4th floor accessible restroom

60 Fifth Avenue,
Lower level women's restroom

721 Broadway,
2nd floor gender neutral restroom

Barney Building,
4th floor gender neutral restroom

Bobst Library,
LL2 gender neutral restroom

Kimmel Center,
All women's restrooms

Shimkin Hall,
lobby gender neutral restroom

Waverly Building,
10th floor women's restroom

Puck Building,
2nd floor women's restroom


Rogers Hall,
1st floor & 2nd floor women's restrooms

Take Supplies for Later


Center for Multicultural Education and Programs,
Kimmel 8th floor

Center for Student Life,
Kimmel 2nd floor and 7th floor

Student Health Center | Health Promotion,
726 Broadway, 3rd and 4th floor reception area, safer sex supplies tables

Leadership Initiative,
12 Washington Place

LGBTQ+ Center,
Kimmel 6th floor

NYU Dentistry Student Affairs
433 1st Avenue, Suite 125


Student Activities & Resource Center,
Dibner LC223

Student Health Center,
Rogers Hall Lower Level B020

How did this start?

Several universities have instituted programs providing no-cost menstrual hygiene products (MHPs) to students. In July 2016, New York City Mayor Bill DeBlasio signed a bill requiring free MHPs in public schools. This program, spearheaded by Students for Sexual Respect at NYU and the Student Senators Council, builds off of this progress.

Why does this matter?

MHPs are integral to the mental, emotional, and physical health of many students, and are necessary to ensure equal educational access to people of all genders and socioeconomic statuses. Menstruation should not be stigmatized, and providing MHPs at no cost to students is a step towards normalizing campus-wide conversations about menstrual health.

Why "menstrual hygiene products", not "feminine hygiene products"?

Not all women menstruate and not all people who menstruate are women. These products are for a biological function, not a gender.