Information for New Faculty
Stern's Office of Faculty Affairs provides information for new NYU Stern faculty on housing, visas, relocation, daycare, online bios, and more.
New Faculty OrientationIn case you were not able to attend, or need a refresher on the resources that were presented and discussed, please click here for all the materials. Take a look at our online training videos as well.
The NYU Stern Moving Policy provides detailed information for new faculty members, including a list of carriers NYU has used in the past for faculty relocations.
- Armstrong Relocation or United Van Lines at 877 609 1587. Contact person Ms. Dana Woolley.
- Beltmann Relocation Group or North American Van Lines at (973) 424-1280. Contact person Ms. Lisa Thompson, Coordinator.
- Collins Brothers Moving Corporation or Atlas Van Lines (under Higher Education Relocation Specialist) at (800) 861-4730, extension 726. Contact person Ms. Linda Foley.
If an alternative carrier is chosen, all allowable reimbursement costs will be based on rates quoted by Stern selected carriers.
Please note that effective January 1, 2018 the US Government has mandated that all personal moving expenses covered by Stern are subject to taxation. The amount covered will be treated by NYU as imputed income in the calendar year that the move takes place.
Per University policy, Stern will pay additional compensation to the faculty member to offset a portion of the taxes paid on the imputed income at a standardized rate to be determined based on the cost and distance of the move.
For information on schools and childcare, please visit the NYU Family Care Website.
HousingFull-time Stern faculty members can contact Susanna Stein in Stern's Office of Faculty Affairs at (212) 998-0911 or email@example.com for information on housing. If you wish to be considered for NYU Faculty Housing, please fill out the Housing Request Form and email it to Ms. Stein.
For more information on faculty housing, please visit the NYU Office of Faculty Housing Website or review the NYU Stern Housing Policy.
If you are interested in looking at housing in the open market, you may want to consider a real estate agent with whom other NYU faculty members have been pleased.