Resources

Common Resources

Below we have listed our most common resources. Follow the left hand navigation for unique resources for academic and policies that are program specific.

Study Space Request Form - Fall 2021

Use this form to submit a request use of Room 614 or 611.  Please review the policies and procedures for the use of the space below. 

This space is NOT for eating, please review the places student can eat indoors on campus here


By submitting this form the student making the request is in agreement with the following terms:
- The student is currently in the PS B.A., M.A., or Ph.D. program.
- The rooms can be booked for a max of 2 hours a day, and 4 hours a week.
- At the time of the reservation the student will arrive at the PS Front Desk, and the Office Assistant working at the time will unlock the space.
- At the end of the reservation the student will clean up the space and wipe down the table with the supplied wipes.

Room 614 (One Person)
- The hours this space is available is between 9-5pm, Monday - Friday, with the exception of university holidays.
- This space is for PRIVATE use, meaning only one student is allowed to occupy the space at a time.
- This is NOT a reservable space for eating/meals, study groups, or group meetings.
- This is perfect for a student on campus that might need a quiet private space to study or take a personal zoom/phone call.
- The student will wipe down the table in the room before they leave the space at the end of their reserved time.
- If any of the above guidelines are not followed by the student requesting the space, the student will lose the privilege to further book room 614.

Room 611 (Small Group)
- This space can be used for small PS course related group project meetings/ study groups.
- No more than 8 people may use the room at a time.
- No eating or drinking in the space.
- All must keep their mask on the entire time.
- All who will be present for the reservation must submit their name at the time the space is requested.
- Space is available Monday, Tuesday, and Friday from 9 am - 5pm, and on Thursdays before 1 pm. The space is NOT available at any time on Wednesdays, or on any university holidays.

- The students will wipe down the table in the room before they leave the space at the end of their reserved time.
- If any of the above guidelines are not followed by the student requesting the space, the student will lose the privilege to further book room 611.

Writing Center

The Writing Center is a place where any NYU student can get help with their writing. The Writing Center is part of NYU's Expository Writing Program in the College of Arts and Science. It is a place where one-on-one teaching and learning occur, as students work closely with professional consultants at every stage of the writing process and on any piece of writing except for exams. 

Learn more here

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Submit your news & upcoming events!

Submit your news to PS! Use the form here!

Have you been accepted to present a paper at an academic conference? Do you have a upcoming performance or exhibition scheduled? Have you been nominated or recieved any sort of award, recognition, fellowship, grant or other distinction of celebration? Hosting or speaking at an upcoming event? We want to know!

Submit Space request

The Department of Performance Studies studio, classroom, and other common spaces are provided for the purpose of optimizing students’ academic experience. We recognize that as a community of scholar-artists, this means accommodating a range of activities within those spaces. In the interests of safety and fairness, we have instituted the policies set forth below to govern use of department space/facilities.

Click here for futher information on how to book space within PS and other NYU reservable spaces. 

Grant Opportunities

The Department of Performance Studies and NYU offer a variety of grant opportunities to support student work and research. Learn more about the resources available to current Performance Studies students here.

Tisch Policies

This is your guide to Tisch School of the Arts policies and procedures - matters such as academic standards, grading policies, registration regulations, degree requirements, etc.

This should be used in conjunction with the official Tisch Bulletin, where you will find specific departmental guidelines and degree requirements.

Registrar & Financial Aid

The Office of the Registrar is responsible for the integrity of academic policies, the student information system and student records from application to degree conferral.

Financial Aid - All students should apply for financial aid every year. Students who miss a financial aid priority deadline are still encouraged to file the FAFSA and will be considered for federal student aid if eligible, but funds become increasingly limited. If you have not applied, do so immediately. Remember, to meet the specified deadline your application, with all necessary signatures, must be received and validated by the processor and released to NYU by the date shown below for priority consideration.

Center for Student Life

The Mission of the Center for Student Life is to enhance the NYU experience through programs and services that create intentional student engagement. We cultivate opportunities which support new student transition, empower leadership development, and foster inclusive community building. We exist to help our students discover their purpose at NYU and beyond.

Bobst Library

The 12-story Elmer Holmes Bobst Library, designed by Philip Johnson and Richard Foster, is the flagship of a 10-library system that provides students and faculty members with access to the world’s scholarship and serves at the center of the University community’s intellectual life.

Click here to learn about the library resources available to students.