Visit NYU Tandon | NYU Tandon School of Engineering

Visit NYU Tandon

We welcome you explore Brooklyn and discover the NYU Tandon experience firsthand.


Undergraduates lining up in front of campus building.

NYU Tandon’s campus is situated within the Brooklyn Commons in downtown Brooklyn. 

Address:

Jacobs Building
6 MetroTech Center
Brooklyn, NY 11201

tel: 646.997.3600


Take a Virtual Tour

Explore the NYU Brooklyn campus from the comfort of your own home with this Interactive Map.

Our Graduate Virtual Tour lets you explore buildings around campus as well as view video testimonials on academics, research, student life, career services and much more.

overhead photo of downtown Brooklyn with map pin points


Undergraduate Tours

NYU's Washington Square Campus (WSC)

Sign up for a tour of WSC 

Tandon's Downtown Brooklyn Campus

Interested to sit in on a class to learn more about the immersive engineering experience here at NYU Tandon? We will begin to offer classroom visits in February 2023.  
Request a Classroom Visit


Map

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Download Campus Map (PDF)


Directions

By NYU Shuttle Bus

By Subway

A C F R train to Jay Street MetroTech

2 3 4 5 train to Borough Hall 

Q B train to Dekalb Avenue 

By Train

Take Long Island Railroad to Pennsylvania Station, then transfer to a Brooklyn-bound A, C, 2, 3 train (see subway instructions above).

Take Long Island Railroad to Flatbush Avenue-Atlantic Terminal in Brooklyn, then transfer to a Manhattan-bound B, Q, R, 2, 3, 4, 5 train (see subway instructions above) or walk North along Flatbush Avenue about 1 mile to Myrtle Avenue and make a left into MetroTech.

Take Metro North Railroad to Grand Central Station in Manhattan, then transfer to a Brooklyn-bound 4, 5 train (see subway instructions above).

Take New Jersey Transit to Pennsylvania Station in Manhattan, then transfer to a Brooklyn-bound A, C, 2, 3 train (see subway instructions above).

By Car

Parking is available at the Marriott Hotel on Jay Street.

From Manhattan:

  • Take the FDR Drive to the Brooklyn Bridge (Exit 2).
  • Make the first left after traveling over the bridge onto Tillary Street.
  • Make a right onto Jay Street.

From Queens, Brooklyn, Bronx, and Staten Island:

  • Take I-278 to Tillary Street (Exit 29) in Brooklyn.
  • Make a left at the third light onto Jay Street.

From Long Island:

  • Take I-495 West (Long Island Expressway) to I-278 West (Exit 18A - Brooklyn-Queens Expressway) to Tillary Street (Exit 29).
  • Make a left at the third light onto Jay Street.

From New Jersey:

  • Take I-78 East to the Holland Tunnel.
  • Follow Canal Street East to the Manhattan Bridge to Flatbush Avenue.
    Or take I-95 (New Jersey Turnpike) to I-278 East (Exit 13) to Tillary Street (Exit 29) in Brooklyn.
  • Make a left at the third light onto Jay Street.

From Westchester, Downstate New York, and Connecticut:

  • Take either I-87 South (Major Deegan Expressway/New York State Thruway) or I-95 South (New England Thruway) to I-278 West to Tillary Street (Exit 29).
  • Make a left at the third light onto Jay Street.

Airport Transportation

New York University has partnered with Via to provide discounted trips to and from New York City's three major local airports (John F. Kennedy, LaGuardia and Newark-Liberty). Visit Airport Shuttle Service for more information.