SRC Present: Spring Welcome 2017

Grads Go Ice Skating:

Grads Go One World Observatory:

NYU Grad Family Day at Brooklyn Nets Basketball Game:

Graduate Students of Color Dinner
Date: Monday, January 23rd
Time: 12:00PM-1:30PM
Location: Kimmel 804/805
Description: Want to hear from and connect with fellow graduate students of color at NYU? Whether you’re new to NYU or NYC, or you have just completed your first semester at NYU, join us for interactive roundtable discussions on topics such as academics and research, professional and career development, campus involvement and leadership, and navigating housing, roommates, and dating in NYC. The panel will be followed by speed friending and networking! Lunch will be served.

Full Schedule on NYU
We have over 200 Spring Welcome events! For a full schedule, download the app NYU Guide at . Visit the app store on your phone, search “NYU Guide”, and download “NYU Spring Welcome 2017” or access the web version here.




Wasserman Center Graduate Student Career Development Events – Week of January 25 – January 31, 2017

Recruiter’s Panel – Wednesday, January 25, 5:30pm – 6:30pm, Wasserman Center (133 East 13th Street, 2nd floor)

Fall Job & Internship Fair – Thursday January 26, 12pm – 4pm, Kimmel Center

Grad Level Resumes, CVs, and Cover Letters – Tuesday, January 31, 5:00pm, Wasserman Center (133 East 13th Street, 2nd floor)


New Global Awards Mentoring Program – Application Deadline: Friday, February 3, 2017

The Office of Global Awards is very pleased to announce the inaugural Office of Global Awards Mentoring Program: Leadership & Service.

What does it take to become a Rhodes Scholar? Too often we imagine that distinguished post-graduate fellowships are only meant for those with very high G.P.As, but when Cecil Rhodes set out the criteria for his award more than 100 years ago, he said he was looking for people who would “esteem public service as their highest aim” and “fight the world’s fight.” He even went so far as to say he didn’t want “mere bookworms.” The Rhodes Scholarship — and many other distinguished awards — are seeking to invest in people who are formidable and focused forces of energy, people of integrity who are concerned for others and who can make things happen.

The deadline for applications is February 3rd at 5pm EST. To submit an application, click here.

For more information, including the question of future cohorts, eligibility questions, and more information about Lorelei, please read our FAQ’s here.



Holiday Message from NYU Steinhardt

NYU is officially closed as of Saturday, December 24th through Tuesday, January 3rd. Key staff members will be monitoring voicemail and/or email for emergency situations.

Please be aware that, in some cases, it may take a few business days to look into your concern and respond to the issue. Note that many general questions may be answered by viewing the StudentLink website at

For NYU Steinhardt time-sensitive school/academic matters, please email Steinhardt Student Affairs at <steinhardt.student​>.   Our staff will be checking the account​ ​and will​ ​respond as soon as possible.

* The NYU Public Safety Emergency Line is staffed 24/7 to assist members of the NYU community in New York, at our global sites and portal campuses, and beyond. Please call 212-998-2222.

*Urgent medical needs: a triage nurse is available by phone at 212-443-1000.

* Urgent counseling needs: to speak with a counselor 24/7, please contact the NYU Wellness Exchange at 212-443-9999 or

* Urgent residential situations: please call the Department of Public Safety at 212-998-2222, and they will contact the Office of Residential Life and Housing staff member on duty.

* Spring billing questions: please contact the Office of the Bursar at 212-998-2806 or

* Financial aid concerns: please call the Office of Financial Aid at 212-998-4444 and listen to the message for instructions or send an e-mail to

* Housing concerns: please leave a voicemail for the Office of Residential Life and Housing at 212-998-4603 or send an email to Assignment information (e.g., room change issues, cancellations, and petition releases) is available at (

* Registration concerns: please e-mail the Office of the Registrar at

* Office of Globe Services:  please call the Department of Public Safety at 212-998-2222, or visit OGS website at for general questions.

The University will reopen on Wednesday, January 4th and we will be able to respond to all other inquiries or concerns in the New Year.

Call for Nominations: The 2017 NYU Martin Luther King Jr. Humanitarian Award

The MLK Week 2017 Planning Committee is currently soliciting nominations for the 2017 NYU Martin Luther King, Jr. Humanitarian Award. This award is presented annually to a humanitarian who embodies and exemplifies the characteristics promoted by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.: “a vision of peace, persistence in purpose, and inspirational action.” The recipient must be an NYU alumnus or alumna, or a current or former NYU faculty or staff member. The award will be presented at the MLK Week 2017’s university-wide event on Thursday, February 9, 2017. Click here to submit a nomination!

To learn more, click here. If you have additional questions about the nomination process, please contact us by phone (212) 998-4757 or by email.

Library Information for the NYU Community

Plan Ahead: Catalog and some services unavailable on January 5th

Due to a necessary upgrade, the Library Catalog (BobCat) as well as E-ZBorrow, Interlibrary Loan (ILL), Course Reserves, and our Room Reservation system will not be available between 7:30-11:00 AM EST on January 5th, 2017.

We apologize for the inconvenience and will get our systems up and running as quickly as possible.

Should you have any questions, please use Ask a Librarian

Tea @ 3 – Tuesday, December 20, 2016

Join us for free sweets and tea/coffee at the last Tea @ 3 of the semester. Steinhardt Student Affairs staff will be there with information about upcoming programs, events, and other involvement opportunities.

Place: Pless Hall, 1st fl. Student Lounge

Time: 3:00pm – 4:00pm

We hope to see you there!

Sponsored by the Steinhardt Office of Student Affairs.


Introducing NYU Airport Shuttle Service

In partnership with SuperShuttle, NYU community members can now purchase a seat on the airport shuttle to and from NYU to either John F. Kennedy or LaGuardia Airports.  This service is available prior to and after major University breaks.

Service Details:

  • Service runs from NYU residence halls and the Kimmel Center.

  • This shuttle will serve ONLY NYU community members.

  • Service is offered for the major University breaks: Winter break, Spring break and the End of the Academic Year.

  • Your airport ride is guaranteed to fit your scheduled flight and desired airport arrival time so long as the seat is purchased before the service period deadline (dates posted below).

  • Cost:

    • Outbound Service: $18

    • Inbound Service: $20

  • After the deadline, Public Safety Transportation Services will create a custom schedule based on the reservations received.

  • Subscribers to this service will receive an email from confirming their airport transportation.

Service Deadlines for Winter Break are:

  • Outbound to JFK and LGA:

    • Deadline: Wednesday, December 14th, 2016

    • Service Dates: Tuesday, December 20th through Friday, December 23rd, 2016

  • Inbound from JFK and LGA to NYU:

    • Deadline: Tuesday, January 17th, 2017

    • Service Dates: Saturday, January 21st through Monday, January 23rd, 2017

Reserve your seat today, click here.


End of Semester Library Updates

Library information updates as Winter Recess approaches.

New Databases
We have a number of new databases, including Lexis Advance, Shakespeare in Performance, and Music Magazine Archive. See all our new databases.

Request E-ZBorrow Books Before Winter Recess
E-ZBorrow books will not be delivered during the Winter Recess, from December 24th to January 4th. To guarantee delivery of any books you need before the break, please place requests by Monday, December 12th.

Place Materials on Course Reserve, Save Your Students Money
Teaching in spring? NYU Libraries can place books, DVDs, and personal materials on reserve for your course or link to library e-resources. This enables your students to save money on course materials, and get access to the information they need. Submit your reserve request now for the Spring semester.