Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Resources for Students
New York University has a range of inclusive centers and initiatives, programming, and resources for our diverse community.
CMEP fosters dialogue and produces campus-wide programming that explores issues of identity, diversity, and social justice while cultivating allyship and advocacy to create and promote positive change.
NYU's Office of Financial Aid can provide guidance to students looking to explore advanced study. In addition, NYU has established the Affordability Steering Committee—a group exploring options to make NYU more affordable for students.
This office focuses on religion and spirituality, and offers programming and events (including mindfulness, meditation, and yoga) for all beliefs and faiths.
This hub provides services for all students at the University and offers everything from programs on money management and trips to the Met to off-campus resources and English conversation workshops.
New York University is home to the second-highest number of international students in the US with over 5,000 international students and scholars from over 130 different countries. The University’s Office of Global Services helps students navigate visa and immigration status, and helps students orient to a new country through programming and academic support services.
The Center provides support services, resources, programs, advocacy, training, education, and consultation to the University community around areas of sexual orientation, gender identity, and expression.
Current and former service members can find assistance on understanding the GI Bill and other veteran benefits available at the University.
The Moses Center helps students navigate the rigor of the academic environment and fosters reasonable accommodations for any student registered with them and in need of assistance.
This initiative facilitates leadership development grounded in diversity and inclusion across the University, including the Social Sector Leadership Development program (SSLD), geared towards graduate students of color.
OEO is responsible for advancing and monitoring the University's equal opportunity and affirmative action policies, procedures, and programs.
Resources for childcare programs around NYC and access to counselors through Carebridge can help create a personalized care plan for you and your family.
NYU President Andrew Hamilton sent a message to the NYU community which made clear that undocumented students will continue to be treated exactly as all other students at NYU with regard to housing, privacy, and all other matters. NYU's Office of Global Services provides information, resources, and advice to our undocumented students.
With over 300 All-Square clubs and hundreds of others across the individual schools, NYU has endless ways for students to engage with one another based on interest, industry, identity, and more.