Student ResourcesGraduate Student Resource Center – A central location for information and activities geared towards NYU graduate students. Find out about discount Broadway and movie tickets, a child care subsidy, free events, and where to find a good bakery or cell phone provider in the NYU neighborhood.
Student Activities – Find out about NYU clubs, athletics, religious life, entertainment, and other useful information.
NYU Office of International Students and Scholars (OISS) - OISS provides visa assistance as well as social and educational programming for international students and their families.
Athletics – Learn how NYU students play and stay in shape at the Palladium and Coles gyms, and with team and intramural sports.
Student Health Center – NYU’s full-service health center provides students with primary care medical services, counseling, optometry, a pharmacy, and health programming, in one convenient location.
Housing – Stern doctoral students generally live off-campus. Campus housing is provided to most students during their first year; after the first year, students live off campus. The NYU Office of Off-Campus Housing serves as a useful resource for students to find housing. The Stern Doctoral Office also provides assistance and may serve as a lease guarantor for eligible students.
Getting around – Students do not need a car in the city. An NYC Metrocard gets students access to all NYC subways and buses, which run 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The NJ PATH train also connects commuters from Jersey City and Hoboken to the NYU neighborhood. In addition, a free NYU shuttle bus takes students to and from select NYC neighborhoods.
Meals – Students have the option to purchase a meal plan in NYU’s residential dining halls, however, most students elect to handle meals on their own. Within a few-block radius of the Stern building, the neighborhoods of the East and West Village offer more than a hundred casual restaurants featuring cuisines from burgers and pizza to Middle Eastern, Indian, Chinese, Ethiopian, Thai, Japanese, French, Brazilian, Korean, Mexican, and Spanish options, not to mention the array of roaming food trucks.