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Does U-Hall itself have gym facilities or do we have to go to Palladium or Coles?

We do not have a gym, so you will have to utilize Palladium or Coles!


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LGBTQ NYU Welcome Week 2014 Events
Below is a list of events hosted by the NYU Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer (LGBTQ) Student Center over the course of this year’s Welcome Week. Be sure to check out one, if not all, of these awesome happenings around campus. Mingle with fellow students and allies. There’s something for everyone!

LGBTQ and Ally International Students Brunch
Thursday, 8/28/14  | Kimmel 602, 10:30am-12pm
Enjoy breakfast and discussion to learn about the resources NYU has to support lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and ally (LGBTQA) international students. Part of the brunch will be dedicated to brainstorming more globally-themed programs through the NYU LGBTQ Student Center . If you are looking for an outlet of ongoing support to discuss how it is similar or different to be LGBTQA in New York City than in your country of origin, this is the brunch for you! This event is sponsored by the Office of Global Services and the NYU LGBTQ Student Center.


Queer Salsa Dance Lesson
Thursday, 8/28/14 | Kimmel 606, 6-8pm
Learn the basics of salsa and merengue in a welcoming, gender neutral environment for LGBTQ people and allies. Street shoes are not allowed at the Dance Studio, so bring socks to wear! You don’t need a partner! Everyone is welcome!


Big Gay Ice Cream Outing for Graduate Students
Friday, 8/29/14   | Meet in Kimmel 602, 6-8pm
Come and enjoy some tasty ice cream as we celebrate the start of the Fall semester! We will be stopping by Big Gay Ice Cream then heading over to the historical Christopher Street Piers to enjoy the beautiful weather with beautiful people.


Café Q: Open House
Tuesday, 9/2/14  | Kimmel 602 4:30-6:30pm
The NYU Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer (LGBTQ) Student Center’s version of an open house! Join us at this event hosted for students by students where we transform our space into a swanky lounge! Meet new people, enjoy good food and music or just relax! Prizes will be raffled off throughout the event!


LGBTQ Students of Color & Allies Welcome Reception
Wednesday, 9/3/14 | Kimmel 602, 5:00-6:30pm
Join us for a reception hosted by the Center for Multicultural Education and Programs (CMEP) and the LGBTQ Student Center. An opportunity to meet and greet with other lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender students, faculty and staff of color and their allies. Enjoy some fun activities, play for a chance to win free movie tickets, learn about what CMEP and the LGBTQ Student Center have to offer, and celebrate the beginning of the new year! Light refreshments and appetizers will be served.


Welcome Back LGBTQA Graduate Social
Thursday, 9/4/2014  | Amity Hall 6:30 PM-9:30pm
The NYU LGBTQ Student Center hosts monthly socials to provide a space for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer and Ally graduate students to socialize, network and build community. The LGBTQA Grad Socials are always inclusive and welcome all members of the NYU graduate student community. Come join us anytime between 6:30-9:30 for drink specials and complimentary appetizers. Must be at least 21 years old with a valid NYU and government issued ID to participate.

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are there irons in the laundry room? or do we have to bring our own?

There are no irons provided - you will need to provide your own.


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Do we need to have our NYU photo ID in hand in order to check in and get our keys? Or will a Driver's License work?

Any photo ID will work, just be sure to pick up your NYU ID at some point on move in day.


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Would it be possible to check in and do the paperwork before our assigned time to get that out of the way and then come back later at our assigned time?

That’s not an issue at all - the times are meant to help ease unloading and elevators lines, but checking you in earlier is quite quick and easy to do at any time!