Take a Virtual Tour
Visiting campuses in person is going to be touch and go for the foreseeable future, and your safety is our priority. That is why, through our virtual tours of the New York City, Abu Dhabi, and Shanghai campuses you can get a feel for the city and campus facilities and learn more about NYU’s student life and resources. And if you have questions while watching, make sure to write them down. You’ll have the opportunity to ask them at a virtual information session.
Learn More at a Virtual Session
The NYU Office of Undergraduate Admissions and individual schools and programs at NYU will host virtual sessions throughout the year. These sessions will cover everything from application tips to financial aid. They also include program information sessions and panels with current students so you can dig deeper.
Visit the Virtual Experiences page to sign up for a school or program-specific session. There, you can also register for one of the fall events or information sessions where you can connect virtually with NYU Admissions.
Join the Social Community
Use social media to connect virtually with NYU. Current students take over our social media channels on a regular basis to show you what their daily lives at NYU are like as well as answer your questions. In addition, we use these channels to share application tips, deadlines, and information about campus resources. Above all, we want our social media to help you learn more about NYU and figure out if it’s the right fit for you. Follow, subscribe, and sign up for email newsletters, which will alert you about more personalized virtual discussions and opportunities. NYU Admissions is @MeetNYU on all our platforms, which are linked at the bottom of the this page.
Get an Inside Look
You’re already in the best place for a 360-degree view of life at NYU from application to graduation: Meet NYU. Here, students and experts weigh in on all the big topics. You can learn about how to choose a major, tips on your application essay, transitioning to life in New York City, and much more, so keep exploring.