So you’re registered for classes. Excellent! But…where are they being held? NYU can seem like a concrete jungle within a concrete jungle, but don’t worry–by the time you finish reading this entry, you’ll be an expert at finding your away around campus.
How do I find out where my class is being held?
The first thing to do is to log into your NYUHome account, and pull up your class schedule via the Student Services Center in Albert. Your schedule will tell you where your classes are being held. Easy right? Well…except that it says something along the lines of “269M 206.” How is anyone supposed to know what that means?
What do the codes mean?
First, you’ll need to look up the building code (the “269M” mentioned above) to find out which building your class is in. Then, find your building on the NYU campus map. You can use the interactive map or download a PDF map with a key.
Going back to the example from above, “269M 206″ means this class will meet at 269 Mercer Street, Room 206. Eureka! You now know where to be for your first day of class.
What if I’m taking engineering courses?
Students taking classes at the Tandon School of Engineering can find directions to our Brooklyn campus online here.
Is there an App for all this?
Of course. You can access a campus map (and more!) by downloading the NYU Mobile App.