Over 4 decades of bringing affordable events to students, for students, by students at New York University.

NYU Program Board is a non-profit student-run organization and is part of the Office of Student Activities at New York University.

Students participate by actively discussing and planning events on campus in general meetings and in committee meetings. There is NO sign-up or application process for any committees. Anyone is welcome to attend general and committee meetings during the week.

If you are interested in information about joining Program Board or their events, come to our meetings in room 709 at 60 Washington Place every Monday at 7pm. Or, please call (212) 998-4700 or e-mail program.board@nyu.edu.



From Hip-Hop and Hardcore to Indie Rock and Black Metal, Program Board fills Kimmel with buzzbands, solo artists and DJs all year long.

Film Series

Screening a new or classic movie in Cantor every Wednesday for only $2 admission.


Perfect your Glass-Blowing technique. Learn to turn your old Speak-and-Spell into an instrument. Pretend you're doing it for credit.

Film Pre-Release

Watch the latest hit movies free of charge weeks before they hit major theaters.


Rounding up comedians, artists, actors, politicians and celebrities from far and wide to speak to you about whatever they want. For Free.

Art Installations

For when you want to read a 30-foot long, 5-foot tall comic book drawn around the Washington Square arch by the city's rising talent.


New members are encouraged to attend general meetings in the Program Board office every Monday at 7 pm. We are located at 60 Washington Place in room 709 of the Kimmel Center. Students can take part in any and all committees. There is no application process required, and we hope you stop by and give us your input on the next great concert, film or activity you want to see at NYU.

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  • Concerts. The Concerts Committee programs large scale music events of various genres and with broad appeal to the University.
  • Film. The Film Committee provides a variety of films and related programming for the University.
  • Lectures. The Lectures Committee programs events featuring speakers of diverse appeal and covering relevant issues.
  • New Music. The New Music Committee programs shows featuring musicians and groups on a smaller scale than those of the Concerts Committee. Featured bands are usually from independent, underground, local, or college music scenes.
  • Performing Arts. The Performing Arts Committee programs diverse cultural events of varying size, including theater, dance, music, and comedy.
  • Visual Arts. The Visual Arts Committee is responsible for art exhibitions and openings.
  • Publicity. The Publicity Committee supports the other committees with creative, efficient, organized, and effective publicity for all programming.
  • Membership. The Membership Committee is responsible for recruiting new members and aiding communication between members. The committee also organizes Program Board social functions, including retreats and parties, and is responsible for Program Board representation at the Club Fair.
  • Strawberry Fest. (planning begins during spring semester) The Strawberry Fest Committee is responsible for planning the annual festival which gathers students, staff, and faculty in celebration of wellness, community, and of course, strawberries!



For filling out a Co-sponsorship application, Click Here.

Since programming is its primary activity, the Program Board may have access to information or other resources not readily available to other student organizations.

Co-sponsorships provide the opportunity for the Program Board and other clubs to work together toward the common goal of creating stronger events that a greater number of people can enjoy.

Completed applications should be submitted to the Program Board Office:

Attention: PB Vice President
Kimmel Center for University Life
60 Washington Square South, Suite 707

Questions? E-mail program.board@nyu.edu or call 212.998.4987.

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