TRANSFER & TRANSITIONING STUDENT EVENTS
Shake Shack Outing
Wednesday, September 19 at 7:00pm | Meet in Kimmel Center Lobby
Join your Transfer/Transition Ambassadors for a trip to one of NYC's most popular burger stands! Enjoy the company of other transfer and transitioning students in the beautiful Madison Square Park while indulging in a delicious FREE milkshake! Meet us in the Kimmel Center Lobby and we'll head up to Shake Shack together!
Transition 101: Going Global
Thursday, September 20 from 5:00pm to 6:00pm | Kimmel Center, Room 905
Interested in studying abroad but not sure if you are going to be able to as a transfer student? Did you know that their is a scholarship just for transfer students? Want to learn more about dates, deadlines and requirements for studying abroad? Join us for this week’s Transition 101 to learn more about Study Abroad at NYU! We will have a guest speaker for the NYU Office of Global Programs available to help answer questions. Don't forget to RSVP here.
Transfer & Transitioning Student Association Meeting
Wednesday, September 26th from 6:30pm to 7:30pm | Kimmel Center, Student Resource Center (2nd Floor of Kimmel)
The Transfer & Transitioning Student Association is a student run organization that, in affiliation with the Student Resource Center, works to enhance student life for transfers at New York University (NYU). Come to our first meeting of the year to learn more about how to get involved!
Dave and Busters Outing
Thursday, September 27 at 7:00pm | Meet in Kimmel Center Lobby
Want something fun to do on a Thursday night and a great way to meet new transfers? Join your TAs next Thursday to travel up to Dave and Busters at time square. Bring friends along for the fun or come on your own and you are sure to meet new people. Everyone will receive a $15 card AND Metrocard to use on food and games.
Great Upcoming Programming at the Wasserman Center For Career Development!
- Social Media & Networking for you Job Search (Sep. 19, 3:30PM - 4:30PM)
- Acing the Interview (Sep. 20, 12:30PM - 1:30PM)
- Choosing a Major & Your Career (Sep. 20, 12:30PM -1:45PM)
Apply To The Commuter Leadership Development Program!
What is leadership? What is your leadership style? Do you know your strenghths and areas of growth? Apply to CLDP and be a part of a weekly series of workshops that all revolve around the topic of leadership. Applications close on September 30th.
FOCUS Mentorship Program Application Deadline is Sept 28
Do you want to make the most of your NYU experience? Then, FOCUS is the program for you! FOCUS is a structured mentorship program designed to offer first and second year undergraduate students who identify as first generation college students and/or students of color the opportunity to develop relationships with NYU Alumni, Faculty, Staff, Graduate Students or other professionals who can serve as resources and/or advocates through establishing an ongoing mentoring relationship. Interested in applying for a mentor? Apply at nyu.edu/cmep by September 28.
Tuesday, September 18th, 6:00pm - 9:00pm| Kimmel Center, Room 802
NY(DRAG)U is back for its second run, featuring the magnificent Manila Luzon (1st Runner Up of RuPaul's Drag Race Season 3) as our Mistress of Ceremonies! NYU students from the Square will take the challenge to strut their fiercest drag! Interested in watching the show? Come support your fellow classmates as they gender bend until it breaks! Student winner of Drag Competition will win an iPad2.
Class Activity Board Meetings
Class of 2013: Thursday from 12:30-1:30pm, Class of 2014: Tuesday from 1-2pm, Class of 2015: Monday from 5-6pm
It's never too late to GET INVOLVED. Class Activities Boards are a great way for NYU undergraduate students to get involved with campus life, meet other active students, plan interesting and fun events, and gain valuable leadership experience. Attend a meeting next week in the NYU Student Resource Center (2nd Floor of Kimmel).
NYU Alternative Breaks
NYU Alternative Breaks sends over 300 students every year to destinations around the country and around the world. This year, their service destinations include New Orleans, Joplin, Los Angeles, and Selma and international countries like Thailand, Guatemala, Italy. Their trips tackle a variety of issues, from the foster care system and disaster relief to the Juvenile Reform system, orphans, and LGBTQ issues. So whether you want to help out disaster victims in Joplin or teach English in the Dominican Republic, the choice is YOURS! AB provides a world of opportunity (pun intended!) for you to experience new cultures and give back in a meaningful way. So what are you waiting for? APPLY NOW.
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