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Important Update

Location filming for a television production is also scheduled for the Morningside Drive area on Monday, November 18th and the production crew will have a substantial footprint around the Morningside Heights campus on that day in terms of no parking and filming.

There will be intermittent stops of traffic, not only on Morningside Drive, but potentially on the side blocks traveling east towards Morningside Drive as well. Their street permit is from 6:00AM until 6:00PM, but it is daytime shots they are looking to capture, so they will likely end earlier than 6 PM.

The NYPD Movie and TV Unit will be present with the production crew and the filming will involve controlled vehicle stunts performed by professional stunt drivers. Their plan includes filming in both directions on Morningside Drive between West 110th Street and West 116th Street and likely some shots on the side blocks that flow east to Morningside Drive.

Please plan your visit according accordingly.

You may park on the streets around campus or use the local parking garages.

About the Faculty House

The symposium will be held on the third floor of the Faculty House, located on 64 Morningside Drive between Amsterdam Avenue and Morningside Drive. To access Faculty House from the Morningside Campus, follow College Walk (116th St.) across Amsterdam Avenue towards Morningside Drive. After passing Jerome Greene Hall on the left, enter Wien Courtyard through the gates. Follow the courtyard around to the right. Faculty House will be the last building on the right. See graphic below for a tight view of the area or use the Google Map.


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About Disability Access

Guests requiring assistance can access the Upper Campus through Kent Hall, which can be accessed from the Lower Campus, via College walk. The Kent elevator will bring guests to the Upper Campus just a short distance from the Chapel. The Chaplain’s Office will have student staff available to escort guests from Kent Hall to the Chapel, as needed.

This digital copy of the disability map may be a good planning resource.