Equity and belonging are part of our core values. We are stronger when our community of faculty, students, administrators, and staff includes a spectrum of identities, experiences, and perspectives. We celebrate our richness with enthusiasm.
Here at NYU Steinhardt we strive to create a supportive learning environment that is welcoming to all, where everyone can thrive by seeing the world through many perspectives, regardless of race and ethnicity, nationality, class, sex, gender identity and expression, ability, faith/belief, sexual orientation, and age. We recognize that we still have a great deal of work ahead of us to realize these ideals.
We take pride in building toward an equitable and civil community, where everyone can feel safe, healthy, and free to be themselves. Together we strive to uphold NYU Steinhardt's values of impact, inclusion, innovation, and interconnectedness.
Steinhardt Clubs and Organizations
Our School has many clubs and organizations run by and developed for students, providing a community of support and knowledge sharing. Explore undergraduate clubs, including our American Sign Language (ASL) Club, and graduate organizations like the Diversity and Inclusion Student Committee, Food and Racial Equity Collective, the Steinhardt Black Society, and the Steinhardt LatinX Graduate Student Association.
Student Affairs Resources
Our Student Affairs offices, both at Steinhardt and at the University level, offer a wealth of resources to support underrepresented populations. Learn more about NYU's and NYU Steinhardt's range of services and resources for undergraduate and graduate students, including the Center for Multicultural Education and Programs and the LGBT+ Center.
In addition to ongoing services, Steinhardt runs special events like the Conversations of Color and Let's Talk International series, which are offered regularly throughout the school year.
Cultural Groups and Networks at NYU
NYU maintains an extensive database of all officially sponsored clubs and organizations so you can find events to attend and ways to engage with your peers. Our groups include communities for neurodiverse students, students of color, activists for labor and global justice, LGBTQ+ students, veterans, and many, many more.
Making an undergraduate or graduate education financially possible is an important part of equity in higher education. At both the University level and here at NYU Steinhardt, we offer a range of scholarships that promote the diversity of our student body. Explore scholarship resources for undergraduate students and a breakdown of our graduate scholarship offerings for underrepresented populations.
Learn more about paying for your education.
NYU Is Here for You
You can use NYU's Bias Response line to share or report experiences and concerns of bias, discrimination, or harassing behavior that may occur within our community. Call 212-998-2277 or visit the Bias Response Line site for online reporting options.Learn More about the Bias Response Line