John F. Kennedy 국제 공항에서 출발하는 경우:
공항에서 학교까지는 학생 스스로 찾아오셔야 하며 택시 요금은 약 45 불이며 약 1시간가량 소요됩니다. 또한 학교까지 버스나 지하철을 이용할 수도 있으나 교통사정과 기타 여러 사정에 의해 스케줄의 변경, 또는 제한이 있으므로 주의해 주십시오.
LaGuardia 공항에서 출발하는 경우:
공항에서 학교까지는 학생 스스로 찾아오셔야 하며 택시 요금은 약 590불 이며 약 1시간가량 소요됩니다. 또한 학교까지 버스를 이용할 수도 있으나 교통사정과 기타 여러 사정에 의해 스케줄의 변경, 또는 제한이 있으므로 주의해 주십시오.
*Directions to Woolworth Building via Subway:
"R" Train(Yellow) to City Hall Station. Walk south on Broadway to Barclay St., then west to 15 Barclay St.
"2 or 3" Trains(Red) to Park Place station. Walk south on Broadway to Barclay St., then west to 15 Batclay St.
"4,5, or 6" Trains(Green) to Brooklyn Bridge/City Hall station. Walk west through City Hall park from Park Row to Broadway.
Walk south on Broadway to Barclay St., then west to 15 Barclay St.
"E" Train(Blue) to World Trade Center station. Walk north on Church St to Barclay St., then east to 15 Barcla St.
*Directions via Railroad:
From Penn Station- Take "2or3" train downtown to Park Place station.
From Grand Central Terminal- Take "4,5 or 6" train downtown to Brooklyn Bridge- City Hall station.
PATH trains to World Trade Center station.
Things to bring ( 가져가야할것)
The following items may be needed, depending on personal preference, in all residence halls unless otherwise indicated in the information about your specific residence hall in the residence hall pages:
Bedding/linens: You will need long (80 inch) twin bed size flat and fitted sheets, blankets, bedspreads, and pillows. You will also need to provide your own towels and washcloths. Information about mail ordering linens for delivery to your residence will also be mailed to new freshmen and transfers during the summer.
Personal items: Clothing, toiletries, medicines, books, study materials, and whatever else is necessary for you to live and work comfortably.
Cooking equipment: Residents in apartment-style buildings, which have stoves and refrigerators, provide their own cook ware, dishes, and supplies. Toasters, toaster ovens, and hot plates are prohibited in all residences for fire safety and electrical reasons.
Refrigerator and/or microwave: Apartment-style residence halls all have refrigerators, and some identified on the residence hall web pages above have microwaves. Other residents may bring a small refrigerator (less than 5 cubic feet) and/or microwave, or arrange to rent them from information that will be mailed to new freshmen and transfers during the summer. Coordinate plans with roommates/suitemates to avoid duplication and space problems.
Room amenities: non-halogen desk or floor lamps, rugs (except in carpeted residence halls identified on the residence hall web pages above), posters, alarm clock, clothes hangers. All windows have blinds, so curtains are not needed.
TVs and stereos: should be compact and equipped with headphones to allow use without disturbing roommates. Coordinate plans with roommates/suitemates to avoid duplication and space problems.
Telephones: Residents provide their own telephones.
Computers: Residents may bring their own computers, or purchase them through the special programs at the NYU Computer Store. For more information about computer connection specifications and purchase options see Resnet and associated links.
All undergraduate residence halls have high-speed Ethernet computer connections into student rooms. Palladium has wireless internet connection. Information regarding internet connections can be found at www.nyu.edu/resnet
What Not to Bring ( 기숙사 반입금지 물품)
- Air conditioners
- Drugs and other controlled substances without prescription
- Electric heaters
- Flammable decorations including natural or artificial Christmas trees
- Furniture-except small book shelves
- Halogen lamps
- Hot plates, toasters, toaster ovens, grills, or other open flame or heating coil devices
- Pets or animals (except fish)
- Wall telephones
- Weapons of any kind including firearms, fireworks, ammunition, knives, or explosives