Manhattan Campus

Manhattan street signs Located at Columbus Circle, NYIT's Manhattan campus was designed with today's busy students in mind. Comprising five buildings on or just off Broadway, between West 60th and 62nd streets, the Manhattan campus is within walking distance of Lincoln Center and Central Park, easily accessible via subway and bus, and close to the city's best concert halls, theaters, museums, libraries, and restaurants.

Students spend their free time in the Student Activities Building, catching up in the student lounge, signing up for recreational sports, surfing the net, or shopping in the bookstore. In addition, the campus has an active Student Government Association as well as many clubs and organizations.

Students jumping in the air. Student Activities
College life is about more than books and classrooms. You can learn from every experience, and we encourage you to take advantage of all that NYIT has to offer.

Club Sports
Clubs and Activities
Events Calendar
Fraternities and Sororities
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Student Government Association
Student Media
NYIT Manhattan residence halls Residence Life & Off-Campus Housing
New York Institute of Technology's Manhattan campus offers two well-equipped residence halls located a short subway or bus ride from our classrooms.

Off-Campus Housing
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Security and Emergencies
Summer Housing
Students in computer hall Resources for Students
Students have a wide range of helpful things available to them.

Career Services
Counseling & Wellness
Food Services
Student Employment
Student Solutions Center
International Education
NYIT student affairs office Student Affairs Office
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