Campus Status and Emergency Information

New York Law School is currently under NORMAL conditions.

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Charitable Giving | Tax Relief for Disaster Victims | Tax Extension Deadline Reminder

Beware of Charity Scams and Fraud

When disaster hits, communities rally to support those affected. If you’re interested in helping those distressed by Hurricane Matthew, visit

If you decide to donate money to charities, make sure you do your due diligence on the charity you’re giving to. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is especially warning Florida residents to be aware of scams and price gouging.

Tax Relief for Victims of Hurricane Matthew

Did you know the IRS offers special tax law provisions to help you recover financially from the impact of a disaster? Find guidance on disaster assistance and emergency relief, including how to amend tax returns or file an extension.

Get information and tools for frequently requested tax benefits—relief, incentives, and more—at

Filed a Tax Return Extension?

The IRS has an important reminder for taxpayers who filed for an extension and face an October 17 filing deadline: the adjusted gross income (AGI) amount from your 2014 return may be needed to electronically file a tax return.

The IRS reminds all taxpayers that they should keep a copy of their tax returns and supporting documents for a minimum of three years. Going forward, keeping copies of tax returns is even more important as the IRS makes changes to protect taxpayers and authenticate their identity.

My School has Rhythm not Violence

Tune in tonight to Fox 5 News at 6 PM. The Community Affairs Bureau, School Safety Division’s 2016 “My School Has Rhythm, Not Violence” talent competition winners will be featured by Ernie Anastos. “My School Has Rhythm, Not Violence” competition is an anti violence initiative which features students from High Schools throughout the Bronx. You may view the video by clicking: HERE.

Hurricane Matthew—Be Prepared

If you are in an area that will be affected by Hurricane Matthew, listen to the directions of your state and local officials. If instructed to evacuate, don’t wait, evacuate. Always have information you need to be ready to handle a disaster or emergency.

Get the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s (FEMA) app available for download on iTunes or Google Play. The app features include:

Weather Alerts: Users can sign up for National Weather Service alerts for up to five different U.S. locations to stay updated on severe weather forecasts impacting family and friends.

Preparedness Information: Users can receive tips to survive natural disasters and customize their emergency checklist. Families can also store their emergency meeting places in the app for quick access during an event.

Safety Reminders: The app’s newest feature enables users to set reminders that will alert them when it’s time to change smoke alarm batteries, replenish emergency supplies kits, and practice their family’s emergency communications plan.

Disaster Resources: If a disaster occurs, users can search for open shelters and Disaster Recovery Centers in their area.

Notify NYC – Fireworks

Notification issued 10/5/16 at 4:10 PM. A fireworks display is scheduled to take place tomorrow, 10/6, at approximately 9:20 PM, on a barge in the water near Liberty Island.