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Dylan's Candy Bar Outing
Wednesday, October 16th at 7:30pm | Meet in Kimmel Center Lobby
What do you call a cow that can't moo? A Milk Dud. Join your Transfer Ambassadors and other NYU Transfer Students for a trip tp Dylan's Candy Bar. We'll head up as a group and spend some time snacking on some of New York City's sweetest desserts! Please bring your own Metro Card!

Transfer Involvement Day!
Tuesday, October 22nd from 4:00-6:00pm| Kimmel Center, Room 808
Looking to get involved around campus, as well as across NYC? Join TTSA for Transfer Involvement Day: an informational and fun-filled festival! Participating organizations include Wasserman Career Center, NYU Entrepreneurial Institute, Livewell NYU, Skirball Center, The Mindfulness Initiative, CMEP, and many more! Light refreshments will be served!

Parent's Day
Saturday, October 19th | Register for Parent's Day Here.
On behalf of New York University, Parent Resources at the Student Resource Center is pleased to invite the parents of new freshmen and transfer students, as well as our parents of students transitioning from abroad sites, to Parents Day. The day begins with a morning academic program hosted by the Undergraduate School of Program in which your student attends. Additionally, in the afternoon, a number of workshops will be offered that include such topics as health and wellness, study abroad, commuter life, library services, and off-campus housing. All workshops are open to students and parents, however, space is limited. For the complete schedule of Parent's Day, please visit our website.


Apply to be a Resident Assistant
Deadline: Tuesday, October 15th | To apply, please visit their website.
The Resident Assistant (RA) s a paraprofessional staff member who lives on a floor in an undergraduate or graduate residence hall and serves as a role model, peer counselor, resource and referral person, advocate, policy enforcer, programmer and leader for residents of assigned floor(s). The RA also assista with daily emergenct coverage rotation, plans and implements social/educational programs. The primary goal of the RA position is the development of an environment conducive to the academic and personal growth of residential students. The RA reports to the Residence Hall Assistant Director (RHAD) and/or the Residence Hall Director (RHD).

Multiple (Eye)dentity Series featuring Mark Travis Rivera
Thursday, October 17th from 7:00pm to 8:30pm | Kimmel Center, Room 802
The Multiple (Eye)dentity Series is comprised of films, performances and speakers that showcase the ways in which art and media are platforms for creating dialogue, sharing personal narratives, exploring issues of identity and diversity, and encouraging activism and social change. Mark Travis Rivera is a Latino, an activist, dance, choreographer, and writer. His dance company, marked dance project, is a contemporary-modern dance company that includes dancers with and without disabilities. Join us and learn more about Mark's journey and catch a sample of his amazing work!

Apply to be an Admissions Ambassador
Deadline Extended: Friday, October 18th | To apply, please visit the Admissions Ambassador website.
Ambassadors play a crucial role in the recruitment efforts of New York University's Office of Undergraduate Admissions. Through campus tours, special events, conversations at the Welcome Center and on the telephone, Ambassadors have unique contact with prospective students and their families. As one of the most trusted sources in the admissions process, Ambassadors provide prospective students with an authentic representation of the undergraduate experience at NYU. In addition, as an Ambassador, you get paid! Ambassadors are compensated with $9 an hour. If this sounds like a job for you, please check out our website for more info and our online application!

Write this Winter! - Creative Writing January Term Courses
Registration Starts on October 21st | To register, please visit Albert on your NYU Home account.
Did you know NYU's distinguished Creative Writing Program offers January intensives in fiction and poetry? Visit the website for details. January Term offers students the opportunity to accelerate degree completion, earn academic credit in courses that are in high demand, and concentrate on personal interests. Register now to earn 4 credits in three weeks! If you have questions about creative writing January Term courses, please feel free to contact the creative writing program at creative.writing@nyu.edu.


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