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Clubs and Organizations

Joining a student club opens the door to building new friendships, enhancing your academic life, and exploring career opportunities. As an active member of a student organization, you will learn important leadership and management skills as you participate in a variety of programs. This may include planning campus-wide political, academic, cultural, arts, religious or social events, as well as working on various aspects of student publications, competing in athletic competitions or debate tournaments, attending leadership seminars, and organizing community service projects.

You can view the listings of our All-Square Clubs here.


All-Square Clubs

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"All-Square" is a term that you'll hear a lot around NYU. That's because there are more than 300 All-Square Clubs - student organizations including Theme-based Event Planning Committees and Fraternities and Sororities that that have been granted All-Square status by the Student Activities Board (SAB) and have properly registered with the Center for Student Activities, Leadership and Service. Search the club directory find a listing of all registered All-Square clubs.


School Clubs

School Club

School Clubs are those student organizations that are affiliated with a particular school, college, or academic department and whose principle mission or purpose is related and/or directed to the students of that school, college or academic department. Their funding comes from the school or college, their advisor is affiliated with the school or college, and the school or college governs them.


Office-Based Clubs


Sports Clubs

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Sport Clubs are non-collegiate student organizations affiliated with the Coles Sports and Recreation Center  who are officially recognized as a student sport club by Coles. Their funding comes from Coles, their advisor is affiliated with Coles, and Coles governs them.


Student Council

Student Council

Student Councils are the elected student governing/representative bodies of an individual school or college recognized by the school or college for that purpose, or the Inter-Greek Council (IGC) or the Inter-Residence Hall Council (IRHC), University Committee on Student Life (UCSL) or the Student Senators Council (SSC). Their funding comes from the school, college or administrative unit they are affiliated with and their advisor is affiliated with their school, college or administrative unit. The councils are self-governed.


Club Fest


Spring Club Fest - January 2014. Information and registration Coming Soon!

 

 

Come and meet directly with representatives from student clubs and organizations to find ways to get involved.

To enter Club Fest you must have an NYU or NYU Poly ID Card.

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