You are an NYU student this spring, and all resources, services, clubs, and events at the University are available to you while you are here. NYU is a large university with many communities in which you can get involved. Below are a few of the services and resources available to you to help you connect with others while at NYU.
Center for Student Activities, Leadership, and Service: The Center for Student Activities, Leadership and Service is where you will find all the student clubs and organizations on campus. Want to meet students with interests like you? Want to explore the city? Check out the many clubs here!
You can also learn about all the clubs and organizations on campus by attending the Spring Club Fest tomorrow, January 29 from 1:00-8:00 p.m. in the Kimmel Center for University Life, 60 Washington Square South.
Center for Muticultural Education and Programs: CMEP produces intentional and sustained educational initiatives and campus-wide programs in the area of diversity and social justice.
Center for Spiritual Life: The Center for Spiritual Life is a multifaith initiative to enhance the educational experience by fostering a community of scholars who support religious expression, leadership, integrity, mutual respect and open dialogue.
Commuter and Off-Campus Student Services: All students who do not live in NYU Housing are a part of the commuter and off-campus student community.
Office of Graduate Student Life: This office serves as a great resource for Spring in New York students who are of graduate student age (23 years or older).
Office of Global Services: OGS provides specialized support to NYU’s international students including immigration advising and guidance, programs and events, cultural adjustment resources and more.
Transfer and Transitioning Student Programs: All Spring in New York students are a part of the transfer and transitioning student community.
For more detailed information, visit our Get Involved at NYU page!