If you are a currently enrolled undergraduate or graduate student, and need immediate short-term assistance to afford food, the NYU Courtesy Meals program can provide support. Simply visit any of the locations below, and ask to speak with someone about Courtesy Meals. Your first request for Courtesy Meals will be provided with no questions asked.
NYU dining locations are currently closed between summer session and the fall semester. Courtesy Meals may be requested starting on August 26, 2019.
Note location hours of operation may vary during the weekday. Closed weekends and holidays.
Dining Services (Manhattan)
238 Thompson Street, Room #266
Office of the VP for Student Affairs (Manhattan)
60 Washington Square South (Kimmel), Room #601
Center for Student Life (Manhattan)
60 Washington Square South (Kimmel), 7th floor
383 Lafayette Street, 1st floor
5 Metrotech Center, Suite #201
Student Activities and Resource Center (Brooklyn)
5 Metrotech, #LC224
Wasserman Center for Career Development (Manhattan)
133 East 13th Street, 2nd Floor
Wasserman Center for Career Development (Brooklyn)
311 Bridge Street
Any enrolled undergraduate or graduate student may receive Courtesy Meals.
A student can visit any of the locations listed above during regular business hours.
You can either call one of the locations listed above on behalf of the student, or you can provide the student with the locations and encourage them to visit one of the above locations during regular business hours.
Please let the student know that a short-term meal plan will be added to the student's NYU ID for use at campus dining locations.
The NYU Courtesy Meals program resulted from the work of the Food Insecurity Work Group, which included administrators, faculty, and students, and met for one year starting in the Summer 2016. The Courtesy Meals pilot program began in Fall 2016.
The goal of the NYU Courtesy Meals program is to provide short-term assistance for students facing food insecurity for any reason.
Courtesy Meals is not anonymous. However, your request is considered private and confidential and is only shared with the staff responsible for providing assistance.