NYU Washington Square Information and Resources

At the Student Resource Center, they specialize in answering questions about NYU and New York City, and providing all kinds of information to the NYU community. They also help students navigate university resources and services, provide academic referrals, and promote and provide ways for students to get connected and stay informed at NYU. Ask them about anything! The SRC also produces a number of NYU traditional events such as Welcome Week, Back to the Square, Commuter Appreciation Week, Parent's Day, and oversees the Money Management initiatives and seasonal break guides.

The Center for Multicultural Education and Programs (The Center) produces intentional and sustained educational initiatives and campus-wide programs in the area of diversity and social justice. Through collaborations with a broad range of students, faculty, administrators and community partners, The Center’s efforts are designed to make an institutional impact in enhancing intercultural awareness and offer compelling ways to explore the complex intersection of race, gender, religion, socio-economic class, ethnicity, sexual orientation, national origin and many other aspects of identity in our daily lives.

The New York University Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer Student Center creates a welcoming environment for all University students and faculty interested in developing their understanding of LGBTQ issues. Support services, resources, programs, advocacy, training, education, and consultation are provided to members of the NYU community. With its services, programs, and resources, the NYU LGBTQ Student Center exists to create campus environments that are inclusive and supportive of student diversity in the areas of sexual orientation and gender identity and expression.

The Center for Student Activities, Leadership, and Service places a high priority on offering a superior educational experience in an environment that promotes activism and ethical leadership, values personal wellness, embraces the arts and artistic expression, protects freedom of speech, supports the community-building efforts of student leaders, fosters a dynamic student government, encourages service to others, celebrates diversity, promotes being in and of the city, and welcomes the contributions of NYU alumni. This office provides comprehensive programs, activities, and services that enhance the student experience, support student organizations, encourage effective citizenship, develop student leaders, and create community.

NYU's Center for Spiritual Life is a multifaith initiative to enhance the educational experience by fostering a community of scholars who support religious expression, leadership, integrity, mutual respect and open dialogue. The Center seesk to provide a safe environment for all students to grow, explore and deepen their own beliefs and values. Additionally, the Center offers a sanctuary for learning and exploration, and for deepening one's understanding of self, of others, and of the world, while fostering the education of the whole person. The Center encourages students to expand their knowledge within and beyond their own faith traditions. By doing so, students have the opportunity to embrace choices and create meaningful connections within NYU, in their home communities, and in the global community.

The Commuter & Off-Campus Student Services component of the Student Resource Center is designed to promote a sense of belonging among commuter students while offering workshops and programs to enhance wellness, academic success, and student connections within NYU. Commuter & Off-Campus Student Services is home to the Commuter Student Council, a student-run organization for commuter students, as well as the Commuter Assistant (CA) Program, which serve as an invaluable source of support for new undergraduate commuters. Commuter & Off-Campus Services is also home to the Off-Campus Housing Office, which provides resources to NYU students, faculty, and staff who do not live in NYU residence or are preparing to move off-campus.

The School of Engineering students have access to the NYU Student Health Center's (SHC) comprehensive services, including the following. Most services will be on a fee-for-service basis (billed to insurance or student). *SHC providers will be in-network for the School of Engineering students who have purchased the School of Engineering sponsored student health insurance plan, resulting in lower out-of-pocket costs.

  • Primary Care
  • Women's Health services
  • Allergy and Immunology (including vaccinations required to meet State and School requirements)
  • Specialty services including dermatology, endocrinology, gastroenterology, neurology, nutrition, orthopedics, Psychiatry, and travel medicine
  • Physical Therapy
  • Radiology
  • Vision care

In addition, the following services will be available at no cost to the student:

  • Health Promotion Office programs and services
  • Counseling and Wellness Services workshops/toolkits and stress clinic
  • 24/7 emergency response hotline (212-443-9999)
  • HIV blood test and counseling

For the School of Engineering students taking an NYU class, some fees in Primary Care may be waived.

Sample of services for the School of Engineering Students (pdf)