On April 5-6, 2017, the NYU Office of Government Affairs and The John Brademas Center of NYU will host a trip to Washington, DC for “DC Day 2017”. Students will visit Capitol Hill to voice their support for key federal student aid programs. NYU's presence on the Hill reinforces to Members of Congress how important federal student aid programs are to students at New York University and around the country. During the trip, participants will have the unique opportunity to meet their representatives and their staff, voice their ideas and concerns regarding federal financial assistance, and learn about the intricacies of the political atmosphere of Washington, DC.
About NYU DC Day
In early spring every year, NYU Government 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. 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.
How to Join Us
Approximately 30 students (undergraduate and graduate) are accepted to join the trip, 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. Transportation, food, and lodging are provided. Registration is currently full, and we are no longer accepting applications for this year's trip.