Commuter & Off-Campus Student Events
Commuter & Off-Campus Student Services is giving away 2 Ipads and 4 monthly unlimited metrocards to random participants who fill out the commuter survey. Every CURRENT UNDERGRADUATE NYU commuter student was recently sent an email with the survey so check your NYU email inbox. If you have not received the email please contact Paulina Abaunza. Thank you! Your responses are greatly appreciated!
Interested in community service? Join Serve! Applications are LIVE NOW!
Looking to get more involved in the NYU community all while serving your local community? Then apply to SERVE!, a program designed for sophomore to senior undergraduate commuter and off-campus students to further develop leadership skills through volunteer work.
Attend an upcoming Info Session in the Student Resource Center:
Thursday 03/08 - 6:00 PM-7PM
Monday 03/19 - 11:00 AM-12PM
Wednesday 03/28 - 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Thursday 03/29 - 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Applications will close on Friday, April 6th. Email questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
Interested in applying to be a Commuter Assistant?
Attend a CA information session in the Student Resource Center (Kimmel 210) Conference Room: Application is now open!
Friday, 3/09 at 12pm
Commuter Study Slams: Presented by The University Learning Center
Various Days from 12:30pm - 1:45pm
Academic Resource Center
18 Washington Place
Check out the brand new Academic Resource Center and attend a Commuter Study Slam. The University Learning Center has many skilled learning assistants who can help you prepare for midterms and ace those finals. This program will help you learn important test taking strategies, review material, and get prepared for the exams.
RSVP For Upcoming Study Slams For Commuters:
Tuesday,Mar 6: General Chemistry II
Tuesday,Mar 20: General Physics II
Tuesday,Mar 27: General Chemistry II
Tuesday,April 3: Organic Chemistry II
Tuesday,April 10: Organic Chemistry II
Tuesday, April 17: Principles of Biology II
Wednesday,April 18: General Physics II
Tuesday,May 1: Organic Chemistry II
Join the Commuter Appreciation Week Committee!
Interested in creating awesome events and programs for commuter students? Help create some fun events during CAW!
Commuter Appreciation Week is a week of events recognizing commuter students, held at the end of each year. In the past, we have had events such as spa day, carnival, town hall brunch and a cruise around the city. If you are interested in planning and/ or executing events for Commuter Appreciation Week, please e-mail Neha Sundaram at email@example.com to state your interest.
Commuter Student Council Social - 3/06 cosponsred by Inter Greek Council
Tuesday, March 06 from 12:30pm to 2pm |
Kimmel Center, Room 914
Join Commuter Student Council for some free food and hear from this week's co-sponsor Inter Greek Council
Join on Facebook : NYU Commuter Student Council / Contact the E-Council at CSC@nyu.edu
CSC Commuter Escape - 3/8 - My Deepest Darkest and Games Night
Thursday, March 8 at 5:00pm |
Every Thursday the Commuter Student Council hosts a fun social program with a different theme. Come to the escape in the commuter lounge at 5:00pm and participate in "My Deepest Darkest", where people create submissions for the My Deepest Darkest exhibition.
Apply to be a Welcome Week Leader
Application deadline is this Wednesday, March 7th at 5pm
Welcome Week Leaders are an integral part of making our Fall Welcome Week programming happen. Over 250 volunteers make up the leader staff, in addition to ten team captains who coordinate staffing for each Welcome Week event. Being a Welcome Week Leader is 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. Apply Now!!!
Apply now to study away at NYU's global academic centers for the fall 2012 semester!
To access the online application, click here.
Want to learn more? Sign up for one of our weekly info sessions!
$1000 Funded Internship via Wasserman
Wasserman has established a Funded Internship Award to support students pursuing unpaid internships at non-profits, international
organizations, arts institutions, and other industries that traditionally do not pay their interns. This $1,000
scholarship affords students the opportunity to participate in career exploration and experiential learning
through unpaid career-related internships, gives students access to professional networks in the US and
abroad, and facilitates the lifelong learning skills associated with solid career development.