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What’s It Like Studying in New York City? | NYU Campus Tour

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4k60 New York City: New York University (NYU) Campus Tour (2020)

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Take a (Virtual) Tour of NYU

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New York University - Official College Video Tour of NYU

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College Move In Day 2019 (New York University) | Louisa Kristina

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Coach Wyant is the only woman to lead an @NCAA men's soccer program. #VioletPride https://t.co/N358drnUCJ

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Getting our float ready to go! 🏳️‍🌈 #VioletPride #NYCPrideMarch #NYCPride2019 https://t.co/1Jg47HhCwx

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Is the #NationalAnthem racist? @NYUHistory's Nicole Eustace unfurls its key components. #FlagDay https://t.co/0pYM3zDz06

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Four years passes in the blink of an eye. 😭🎓 Thanks for sharing your journey with us, #NYU2019! 🤳💜 https://t.co/hdQ1CGGMq1

New York University (NYU) is a private nonprofit research university based in New York City. In 1830, then Secretary of Treasury under Thomas Jefferson, Albert Gallatin declared his intention to establish "in this immense and fast-growing city... a system of rational and practical education fitting and graciously opened to all." A "literary and scientific convention" held in City Hall attended by over 100 delegates debated the terms of a plan for a new university where people would be admitted based upon merit rather than birthright or social class. Founded in 1831, NYU's primary campus is centrally located in Manhattan, within Greenwich Village, as well as having campuses based throughout New York City.
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  • History 

  • University logo 

  • Cultural setting 

  • Budget and fundraising 

  • Campus 

  • Washington Square campus 

  • Gould Plaza 

  • Bobst Library 

  • Brooklyn campus 

  • Other NY metropolitan area facilities 

  • Global campuses and sites 

  • Abu Dhabi campus 

  • Shanghai campus 

  • Former global campuses 

  • Residence halls 

  • Sustainability 

  • NYU 2031 

  • Admissions and scholarships 

  • Schools and leadership 

  • Research 

  • Rankings 

  • Student government 

  • Journalism, media, and broadcast organizations 

  • Campus traditions 

  • Greek life 

  • Secret societies 

  • ROTC 

  • Athletics 

  • Notable alumni 

  • Notable NYU Classes