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Commuter & Off-Campus Student Events

NYU Happenings

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Commuter & Off-Campus Student Events


Commuter Study Slams: Presented by The University Learning Center
Various Days from 12:30pm - 1:45pm
Academic Resource Center
18 Washington Place
Room LL05

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,May 1: Organic Chemistry II

FINAL EXAM ACCOMMODATIONS FOR COMMUTERS ONLY $15
Staying late on campus due to studying or a need to arrive early for exams? Stay at the Greenwich Hotel (an NYU residence hall)! Space is subject to availability. Commuter/Off-Campus students may request a reservation for $15 per night during the 2012 exam period: May 9th - 15th. The deadline for reservations is 12:00PM on May 4th. For questions or reservations: email greenwich.commuter@nyu.edu.

Breakfast For Dinner
Monday, May 7th 7-9pm
Kimmel Center 10th Floor Rosenthal

Take a break before finals and grab some delicious breakfast grub at Breakfast for Dinner! There will be prizes, give aways and lots of yummy breakfast. Nom Nom Nom! Bring your friends and family too!

NYU Happenings

Nia Awards
Thursday, May 3, 7:00-9:30 PM, Kimmel 4th Floor, E & L Theater
The Nia (Swahili word meaning purpose) Awards are a long-standing tradition at NYU. Come celebrate the award winners, honorees, and various leaders CMEP for their promotion of diversity and social justice. RSVP is required.

4th Annual Social Justice Expo Fair
Thursday, May 10, 12-2pm PM, Kimmel 4th Floor, E & L Theater
The Expo will gather NYC youth for an exhibition of youth-led action projects, showcasing the breadth and depth to which NYC youth are organizing around issues such as immigration, teen pregnancy, the environment, gun violence, tolerance, discrimination, poverty, housing, and education. In collaboration with partners from Brooklyn International High School, Validus Preparatory Academy, Bushwick School for Social Justice, and Education for Liberation Network.

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