Steinhardt and NYU Resources
CMEP offers a vast array of educational and social events, programs, and resources that aim to engage, support, empower, and celebrate students of color and those of marginalized and underrepresented backgrounds—throughout NYU’s global network and around the world.
This office sponsor’s University-wide clubs that provide social and leadership opportunities for all students, including cultural-based clubs and organizations.
Promotes a sense of belonging among commuter students while offering programs to enhance wellness, academic success, and student connections within NYU.
A hub for events and programs that foster meaningful connections among all global thinkers and help students from around the world make the most of their NYU experience.
Creates a welcoming environment for students, faculty, staff, and alumni to develop their understanding of and engage with LGBTQ+ communities through programs, events, learning and development, support, consultation, and resource sharing.
The Moses Center works with students to determine appropriate and reasonable accommodations that support equal access to a world-class education.
Promotes a climate, culture, and commitment to intersectional identities, anti-racism, cultural proficiency, equity, social justice, and sense of belonging all while advancing strategic Steinhardt activities in partnership with communities throughout NYC and beyond.
Dedicated to developing and implementing strategies that advance inclusion, diversity, belonging, equity, and innovation across the entire NYU community.
Handles immigration matters for all students, faculty, and staff seeking immigration and visa support when traveling to NYU locations in the US and around the world.
The NYU Steinhardt Office of Student Affairs provides advising, programming, counseling services, career exploration, and more for all Steinhardt students.
Four major religious centers in the heart of New York City, as well as the Chaplains' Circle and various student-run clubs that focus on nearly every faith-based community.
For those balancing roles as a student and parent.
Programs for new students, current NYU undergraduates, and scholarships from outside sources.
Offers mentorship, learning, and community resources.
Two college programs: the Arthur O. Eve Higher Education Opportunity Program (HEOP) and the Collegiate Science and Technology Entry Program (CSTEP).