Getting Around NYU

Getting around campus and the City is not always easy; if you are new to NYU we wanted to offer you a couple of tools to help you find your way.  There’s a link to a campus map at the end of this message and there are plenty of people who are happy to help direct you where you need to go, answer questions you might have, and help you get through your first week of classes.

In each building there are public safety officers available to assist in finding campus buildings and providing directions.  These public safety officers will also have maps available for you should you need one.

If you are confused about building codes on your course schedule, search no further!  On your NYUHome account under the ‘Academic’ tab at the top of the page you will see a section called ‘What do Albert building codes mean?’  Click on this link and it will allow you to search the building codes and find your appropriate classroom.

If you are on the Washington Square campus and need some guidance, feel free to stop into the NYU Jeffery S. Gould Welcome Center located at 50 West 4th Street or call 212-998-4550.

Still confused? The Steinhardt Office of Student is located on the 2nd floor of Pless Hall (corner of Washington Square East and Washington Place.) Stop by and visit.  On the back of your NYU ID card there is the phone number for the Student Resource Center (SRC), (212) 998-4411.  Feel free to call the SRC for any questions, concerns or issues when you are not sure where else to go.  The SRC is ready and willing to help get you the best information possible.  Are you at a computer and can’t get to a phone?  Email the SRC at ask.src@nyu.edu

Please click below for a web version of the campus map:
http://www.nyu.edu/about/campus.map.pdf

*Welcome to NYU! We’re glad that you’re here.* Good luck with your first week of classes!

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