New York University

NYU has developed a national reputation for providing quality services and accessibility to academically qualified deaf and hard of hearing students. NYU’s deaf and hard of hearing students have studied in virtually all of our 14 schools and colleges, on both graduate and undergraduate levels. The Henry and Lucy Moses Center for Students with Disabilities exists to facilitate equal access to the programs and activities of NYU for deaf and hard of hearing students. Our goal is for each student to acquire the skills and personal growth necessary to develop an independent lifestyle, which we believe to be essential in meeting individual and career objectives. Services include Interpreters/CART services, notetakers, programs, workshops, and personal support, financial aid, housing, auxiliary aids, and student life. The Moses Center functions to determine qualified disability status and to assist students in obtaining appropriate accommodations and services. Services provided are designed to encourage independence and self-advocacy, backed by a comprehensive system of supports.

The Henry and Lucy Moses Center for Students with Disabilities
240 Greene Street, 2nd Floor
New York, NY 10012-9873

(212) 998-4980 (TTY/Voice) - Ask for Interpreter Coordinator

(212) 995-4114




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