96% of our workers vote to #StrikeOnNYU for a fair contract!
Working this semester? Fill out your union card today

96% of our workers vote to #StrikeOnNYU for a fair contract!

Working this semester? Fill out your union card today

Get Informed

Know what you are striking for and prepare for the conversations ahead. Why can’t we work on strike? What do we tell our students? What is in the contract? Can NYU afford it?

Take Action

In solidarity means many minds working together. Individual efforts make a difference! See how you can take action today to let NYU know you support the Graduate Worker Strike.

Stay Connected

Whether in person or online, a strike is an active effort! Stay informed on our latest bargaining and strike efforts by following our social media and watching for our emails.


What are we really asking for? Why are we striking? Prepare for the conversations ahead.

Resources for Undergraduates

Striking will affect classes for many students. See here to understand why graduate student workers are striking, how it affects you, and how you can help.

Talking About the Strike

Having a conversation with our faculty and students about the strike may be hard. Use this resource from Columbia graduate students.

Our demands

Despite 9 months of bargaining, NYU has failed to agree to a fair contract. Read about our demands and know more about the contract we are fighting for


Take an active role in fighting for a fair contract for you and your fellow workers!

Email faculty

Reach out to faculty members you have a relationship with to explain why we are striking and gain their support. See our letter template here as a starting point.

Attend an event

Attend our next event either in person or online. Join in solidarity with your fellow workers and check here for bargaining sessions, rallies, virtual actions, phone banking, and more.

Support workers

If NYU graduate workers decide to strike, we recognize that we do not all face the same risks to our income. Click here and help with the mutual aid fund.

Get involved

Join your fellow union members in our strike efforts! Volunteer to phone bank, draft press releases, organize strike actions, and generally connect with your fellow activists.

Post on social media

Have a social media following? Raise your voice and get the word out that NYU graduate students are coming together to fight for a fair contract. Use these resources to get started.

Change your gmail signature

A quick and easy action to take is to change your email signature to state your support for the graduate student workers. Click here for a how-to on how to change yours.


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TOMORROW! Join us for our last member's meeting @1pm and picnic @2pm to celebrate graduation, our contract's first birthday, and another successful year. Meet @WSP on the grass by Bobst. Look for our banner and a couple balloons.

Pizza, drinks, and music provided
"About 10 percent of faculty appointments are tenure track, 27 percent are tenured, 20 percent are full-time contingent and 43 percent are part-time contingent."
BREAKING: Injury rates soared 64% at NY @amazon facilities from 2020-2021, with a total injury rate of about 1 for every 11 F/T workers. Nearly 90% of the injuries were serious injuries requiring time off or change of jobs. #AmazonHurts GSOCUAW photo
The unionist urge to give a huge smile to every UPS driver I see
Well its not a teamsters-style jacket (sorry @bi_rhetorics) and it IS another t-shirt BUT this time in white so you can tie dye and crop it 😎 (hope that makes up for some of the disappointment @llchristyll)

Proceeds for this year's GSOC design go towards the mutual aid fund!
Happy graduation to everyone! Congratulations on all your hard work and dedication.

Join us Saturday at 2pm in WSQ after our 1pm members meeting for a picnic celebrating graduation, the end of another successful school year, and our contract's first birthday.
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