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New York University

New York, NY
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Visiting and Contact Info

Visiting And Contact Information

665 Broadway

11th Floor

New York, NY 10012

United States

Phone: 212-998-4500

Fax: 212-995-4902


Admissions Office Contact Info
Admissions Office Contact:Marcos Rivera
Title:Assistant Director, Special Events
Admissions Office Address:Office of Undergraduate Admissions
22 Washington Square
New York, NY 10011
Admissions Office Phone:212-998-4500
Admissions Office Email:admissions@nyu.edu

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Experience College Life
Most Popular Places on Campus:Kimmel Center for Student Life
Coles Athletic Center
Palladium Athletic Facility
Skirball Center for the Performing Arts
Center for Spiritual Life
Most Popular Places Off Campus:Central Park
Statue of Liberty
Metropolitan Museum of Art
Empire State Bldg
Times Square

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Campus Tours
Campus Visiting Center:Yes
     Hours:Mon-Fri; Saturday; Sunday (April-Oct)
9am-5pm; 10am-4pm; 10am-4pm
Phone Number:212-998-4500
Campus Tours:Yes
     Appointment Required:Yes
     Tour Dates:Year-round
     Times:Contact admissions offices
Average Length:1 hour
Contact Email Address to Sign-Up:none

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On Campus Interviews
On Campus Interviews:No
Information Sessions:Available
Times:Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm; Saturday 10am-4pm; Sunsay 10am-4pm (April-October)

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Faculty and Coach Visits
Dates/Times Available:Year-round
Arrangements:Contact Athletic Department
Advance Notice:2 weeks
Contact Email Address for Coach Visit:jeffrey.bernstein@nyu.edu

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Class Visits
Dates Available:Academic Year
Arrangements:Contact Admissions Office

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Overnight Dorm Stays
Overnight Dorm Stays:Not Available
Any Limitations:N/A

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Types of Transportation Available to Campus:
La Guardia Airport is 20 miles from campus, ordinarily a one-hour drive, but longer at rush hours. Kennedy and Newark airports also serve New York City. To get to campus from any of the airports, you can take a taxi or a bus to Grand Central Station and then take a taxi or the Lexington Ave (#6) subway downtown to Astor Place. Long Island Railroad and Amtrak trains bring you to Pennsylvania Station; from there take the 8th Ave. subway (IND) downtown (A express or C or E local) to the West 4th Street/Washington Square stop. Metro-North trains bring you into Grand Central Station; from there take the Lexington Ave. subway (IRT) downtown (#6 local) to the Astor Pl. stop. Interstate buses come into the city's Port Authority Bus Terminal. Taxi or 8th Ave downtown to West 4th Street takes you to campus from there.
Driving Instructions to Campus:
From the north, take I-87 (NY State Thruway), which becomes the Major Deegan Expy. in the Bronx. From there take the F.D.R. Drive south to Houston St.; head west to La Guardia Pl. (2 blocks west of Broadway). Turn north 3 blocks to Washington Square and the university. From the west and south, take an interstate highway or the New Jersey Tpke. through the Holland Tunnel, then go north on Ave. of the Americas (6th Ave.) to W. 4th St. Take W. 4th St. east to Washington Square.
Local Accommodations: Near By:
New York University is in Greenwich Village, at the foot of Fifth Ave., and south of Midtown. If you consult a general New York City guide, look for accommodations south of 38th St., which will put you within a 1- to 2-mile range of the school. Taxicab transportation and public transportation, of course, are readily available. For convenience, you cannot do better than the Washington Square Hotel (103 Waverly Pl.; 212-777-9515 or lt;http://www.wshotel.com/english/ws_toc.htmgt;), just down the block from the admissions office. Accommodations are very modest, with rates to match. A 15-minute walk, past shops, galleries and restaurants, will bring you to the dazzlingly sophisticated, new Soho Grand Hotel (310 W. Broadway; 212-965-3000 or lt;http://www.sohogrand.comgt;) in the exciting art center of Soho, where, for a moderate (for New York!) rate, you can have a unique New York experience. This is a favorite of artists and photographers. The rooms have great views, and there is valet parking. Bed-and-breakfasts are located all around town in a reasonable price range. Two reservation agencies to call are Abode Bed and Breakfast (212-472-2000 or lt;http://www.abodenyc.comgt;) and Bed and Breakfast and Books (212-865-8740). NYU has arranged for guests of the university to receive special rates (moderately expensive) at Club Quarters (52 William St.; 212-443-4700) in the heart of the Wall Street District. Slightly more expensive, but reasonably priced for New York City, is the Gramercy Park Hotel (2 Lexington Ave.; 212-475-4320 or 800-221-4083 or lt;http://www.gramercyparkhotel.comgt;). It's close to the university, and the neighborhood is beautiful. See also lt;http://www.nyu.edu/hotels.nyugt;.

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Visiting and Contact Info

  • Admissions Office Address:
  • Office of Undergraduate Admissions
    22 Washington Square
    New York, NY 10011
    Phone: 212-998-4500
    Email: admissions@nyu.edu
  • Visiting Center:
  • Campus Tours:
  • On Campus Interviews:
  • Overnight Dorm Stays:
    Not Available