The Irish Studies Program provides formal opportunities for undergraduate students to learn about Irish and Irish-American culture and history.
Irish Studies at NYU has flourished since the first classes were formally offered. From a modest initial enrollment of thirty-four in the first semester, courses in Irish Studies now attract over six hundred students per year, many of whom opt to declare a Minor in Irish Studies, and have the opportunity to study in Dublin during the summer semester. Student evaluations of courses and faculty are tremendously positive, and the House itself serves as a welcoming and lively center of student activity throughout the semester. Students have found Glucksman Ireland House to be a place of innovation and inspiration over the past fifteen years.
Renowned for its charming atmosphere, Glucksman Ireland House includes classroom and meeting rooms, study areas, and faculty and administrative offices.