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The Student Activities Board

The Student Activities Board (SAB) is a standing committee of the University Committee on Student Life (UCSL) which serves as the mechanism for the regulation of club life at New York University. It is the responsibility of the SAB, with the approval of the UCSL, to establish policies and procedures for the formation and regulation of student organizations registered with the NYU Center for Student Activities and Leadership (CSALS). In addition, the responsibilities of the SAB include granting All-Square status, assigning and monitoring office space available to registered student organizations, and arbitrating grievances involving student organizations.

New Club in Development Application is now closed.


Application will open September 8, 2014 and remain open until October 6, 2014.


SAB/ASSBAC Coffee Hours

Monday, October 14th, 2013 at 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
Kimmel, 7th Floor Lounge

Come enjoy free coffee and bagels and get info about club funding, leadership, membership and club co-sponsorship with your SAB and ASSBAC representatives!
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Contact SAB

Telephone: 212-998-4948
Address: 60 Washington Square South, Kimmel 7th floor, Room 708, New York, NY 10012

Membership limited to eleven students who are bona fide members of student organizations registered with the Student Activities Office, members of student councils, or members of the UCSL.

Committee Leadership

Michael Hengerer, Chairperson

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