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Peer Leaders

Peer Education Program

Peer educators (PEs) are students who are trained to provide educational programs and outreach in areas that are particularly important to NYU students.

Commuter Assistants (CAs)

Commuter Assistants are knowledgeable upperclass students who serve as a source of support for new undergraduate commuters.

Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAAC)

The Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) is a group of varsity student-athletes that work to make students' experience at NYU fun and rewarding.

Transfer Ambassadors

Transfer Ambassadors are student leaders who have successfully transferred to NYU and assist in Welcome Week programs for new transfer students during fall and spring Welcome Week.

Welcome Week Leaders

Welcome Week Leaders are an integral part of making Welcome Week happen. It's a fantastic leadership opportunity that helps students learn more about the university, meet other leaders, and make a difference in the transition of each incoming class.

Residential Leadership

The Residential Leadership Team at New York University provides opportunities for leadership training, leadership education and leadership development.  Or you can become a Resident Assistant, join the Inter-Residence Hall Council (IHRC), or participate with the National Residence Hall Honorary (NRHH).

Admissions Ambassadors


Global Ambassadors

Students who have returned from a semester or year at one of NYU's Global Academic Centers have the option to become a Global Ambassadors (GA). As a GA you would work closely with the NYU Site Representative in New York and NYU’s Office of Global Programs to make sure prospective and newly admitted NYU Study Away students get the student perspective on the study away experience. Duties include speaking at recruitment events, helping prepare content like student-to-student guides, organizing and promoting site related events on and off-campus, and getting students excited through social media.

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