NYUAD Class of 2020
NYUAD welcomes the class of 2020.

Enrolling, educating, and empowering classes of the world's strongest students is the central mission of NYU Abu Dhabi. Campus Life supports this mission by deeply enriching the student experience both in and outside the classroom.

Creating a safe, emotionally supportive college experience, Campus Life at NYUAD is marked by activities and opportunities that not only extend the educational impact of the University, but also build internal community and actively engage students with Abu Dhabi, the UAE, and the region.

Within Campus Life there are various important functional areas that interact closely across the department, combining their efforts to amplify our students' enrichment. These include:

  • Student Life, including Spiritual Life and Intercultural Affairs
  • Residential and Intercultural Education
  • Student Services, including Career Development
  • Athletics, Intramurals, and Recreation
  • Health and Wellness
  • Public Safety
  • Academic Affairs
  • Student Resource Center
  • Class Deans

Community Outreach

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A commitment to service has always been a cornerstone of New York University.

Career Development

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The Career Development Center delivers tailored career guidance to students.

Campus & Community News

  1. Prize-winning Photo Captures Essence of Abu Dhabi

    Prize-Winning Photo Captures Essence of Abu Dhabi

    This intriguing image titled The Man in the Hindi Cassette Shop is described by the photographer as "the embodiment of Abu Dhabi — bringing together the old intimate charm of the city as well as its multicultural spirit." The story behind the picture and its eventual acclaim starts with a chance encounter between the talkative shop owner and a student with a camera.

  2. WATCH: 2016 TEDxNYUAD Video Collection
  3. Speaking of Language Diversity ...
  4. PHOTOS: NYU Abu Dhabi Welcomes Andrew Hamilton as the 16th President of NYU
  5. NYU Abu Dhabi's Class of 2020: International Diversity and Multicultural Character