Life at the CENTER
NYU offers a wide arrays of opportunity for engagement with various aspects of its community. The Steinhardt School of Education, the College of Arts and Sciences, Tisch School of the Arts, as well as the other schools of the University routinely offer musical and theatrical performances, screenings, concerts, and lectures. The Kimmel Center for University Life, located at 60 Washington Square South, contains several floors of comfortable, quiet study space, as well as multiple email portals, a student café, and abundant terrace space for eating, studying, and socializing.
For a comprehensive and entertaining guide about living and working in the world-class environment of this city check out Ken Kidd's Guide here.
Greenwich Village, Soho, the West Village, and Brooklyn offer access to a wide range of resources for the Jewish community.