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Palladium gym tour
Palladium's Gym is one of the two main athletic facilities on campus. It features amazing resources like a gym, basketball court, rock climbing wall, and a full sized pool. Here is a little tour of the inside of the gym with some of the best highlights!
Views from the top of the rock!
Top of the Rock is a great venue that will let students see the whole city from the top of Rockefeller Center
Welcome to washington square!
Washington Square Park is the heart of NYU. It’s full of life and is often populated by performers, artists, and food vendors. It’s one of my favorite places to hang out, study, or just people watch.
The gym next to clark hall: eastern athletic
The Eastern Athletics Gym is right next to the Clark Hall residence. Membership is free for anyone who lives in Clark Hall. There are kickboxing classes and spin classes hosted here as well. As well as a swimming pool
Standard classroom in silver
Megan shows you a standard classroom, talks about class sizes at NYU, and gives you tips on building relationships with professors.
More info about nyu!
This is a quick summary of how our dining system works and a description of the model we use. Additionally, our campus cash system is what we use for laundry and printing services as well, so I touch on that briefly. Hopefully some additional information will help you experience NYU even more!
Tour of the tisch building
In addition to holding classes, the Tisch building has many resources including studio practice rooms, a theater, and advisory offices.
Nyu bookstore tour
The NYU Bookstore is located right on Broadway in the center of Greenwich Village. With everything from athletic gear to school supplies, NYU students can rely on the bookstore for any and all school shopping!
How to get free stuff at nyu | discounts, perks, and big $$ savers
There's no doubt about it. New York University is expensive as hell. Luckily, I learned a thing or two about saving those big bucks during my freshman year at NYU! Find out where to go, what do to, and how to have fun in the city while keeping your wallet happy.
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What it's like to be in tisch
Join me on my walk to class this morning and let's converse a bit about a few things you may OR may not want to know about our campus! Like how to survive the winter, where & when to get the most free stuff out of NYU and etc.
Leorah and mark interview
Leorah and Mark talk to us about the pros and cons of going to college in the big apple.
Deja leaves you with this..
Thank you for watching these videos! I just wanted to leave with some advice, and if these weren't enough, I'd love for you guys to contact me on facebook! Or Instagram @d.e.j.a.a if you have ANY more questions! Looking forward to seeing some of you on campus in these next couple of years (:
A typical classroom/nyu silver building
Here is a look at one of our main academic buildings, the Silver Building for Arts and Sciences. I found an empty classroom to give you guys a view of what a standard class experience would be like here at NYU!
The students said what?- nyu edition (:
Hear what the students have to say about New York University! Of course, most people love the colleges they choose, but that doesn't mean that EVERYTHING is PERFECT! What don't the students at NYU like about they're school? Hint: I think you might just find a common trend...
How to walk in new york city!
Okay, I admit. There is a bit of learning curve on how to be a New Yorker, but this is something I just HAD to make a video about because if people don't tell you, you will NEVER understand how someone could risk there life running out in front of cars at a Green light... but one day, that might be you...
This is what outreach at nyu looks like!
This was a group of students who were volunteering for an outreach they believe in! One of the many student groups at NYU doing good for the community
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At the subway station
Here’s an idea of what the subway station looks like! You can get to pretty much anywhere in Manhattan in 30 minutes or so on the subway. One ride is just $2.75, and you can get an unlimited card for $121/month if you like to go to places off campus a lot! The subway is super convenient and runs 24/7.