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NYU DC Day


DC Day 2016 Application is OPEN!

Join us in Washington D.C. on March 30th to advocate for student financial aid programs on Capitol Hill.  This year, a group of 30 students will depart for D.C. on March 29th, meet alumni and current NYU students studying in D.C., and spend a day on The Hill meeting with Representatives about their experiences with financial aid programs. 

Apply for the trip now as the application will close March 4th, 2016. All transportation, lodging and meals will be provided.

Apply Now for DC Day 2016


In early spring, NYU's Office of Government and Community Affairs and the John Brademas Center for the Study of Congress host a trip to Washington, DC, giving students a chance to voice their support for key federal student aid programs on Capitol Hill.

Your presence on the Hill reinforces to Members of Congress how important federal student aid programs are, both for NYU students like yourselves and for others all around the country.

During the trip, participants have a unique opportunity to meet Members of Congress and their staff face to face, voicing your opinions on federal financial assistance, and learning about the intricacies of the political atmosphere of Capitol Hill.

Leading up to the trip, our Government Relations staff will train you in the basics of effective lobbying for causes that matter to you. We will also give you an insider's overview of the overall federal policy landscape, with a focus on higher education policy and student aid.

Transportation, food, and lodging are provided. Usually, up to 25 applicants are accepted, with priority given to recipients of federal financial assistance. Selected student participants will be required to attend a briefing session the week prior to the trip.

NYU in DC Day 2015

On April 1, 2015 20 NYU students joined the trip meeting with Members of Congress to share their experiences with financial aid programs.  Check out pictures from last year's trip.  If you are interested in politics, advocacy, and supporting financial aid then plan to join us next year for a day-long trip to the nation's capitol to meet with your legislators. All transportation and meals are provided.  



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Students pose outside of Capitol Hill during NYU DC Day 2014


The Office of Government Affairs is the University's primary liaison to public officials.

25 W 4th Street
New York, NY 10012
212-998-2400
government.affairs@nyu.edu

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