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RESTART FALL 2020:   See FIT’s plans and guidelines for fall campus operations, teaching, and learning.

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Our Campus

campus exteriorFIT’s campus occupies an entire city block—West 27th Street between Seventh and Eighth avenues in Chelsea. It’s a vibrant, urban setting for our uncommonly creative community. It’s also a New York City cultural destination.

Highlights include The Museum at FIT and the new Art and Design gallery space in the Pomerantz Art and Design Center. And there’s usually more to explore, from an exhibit to a flea market to the student-run Style Shop boutique.

The campus is always changing. We’re always making improvements, ensuring that the environment and facilities meet the evolving needs of our students, faculty, and visitors.

This site tells you everything you need to know about the campus, from notable features to current and recently completed construction projects. So take an online tour, plan a visit, or explore this site to find out what’s happening.

Highlights

pomerantz center new lobby

Art and Design Gallery

The soaring, glass-enclosed gallery space in the expanded lobby of the Pomerantz Art and Design Center takes an innovative approach, featuring work by students and faculty alongside that of outside artists, and gives FIT an inviting presence on Seventh Avenue.

future academic building

New Academic Building

The 10-story building will include smart classrooms, labs, studios, and exhibition spaces. Opening onto West 28th Street, it will be the first new academic building on campus in more than 40 years.

aerial view of F I T green roofs

Green Campus

Sustainability is a core commitment of FIT. Our green roofs, 43 percent carbon emissions reduction, and many curricular and operations initiatives won an Environmental Excellence Award from the NYC Department of Environmental Conservation.

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