We are constantly hosting a variety of educational and social events. Below is a list of some of our annual programs, and to the right are this week's events and a link to the full calendar. To receive a weekly email with a more complete list of our upcoming events, please join OUTPost by sending a blank email to: email@example.com
During the academic school year, we develop and host unique and diverse events and socials, such as:
Date: Thursday, June 21, 2018
Time: 5-8 pm
Location: Kimmel E&L
Whether you are marching with us on June 24 or not, join us as we celebrate Pride and kickoff our participation in the Pride March. The evening will feature music from the one and only DJ Natāzu with our host for the evening the fabulous Morgan Royale! There will also be free food and drinks.
The 1st Annual NYU Pride Reception is made possible by the following: Kimmel Events and Operations, Aramark, and NYU Langone Health
Please note that coming to the Reception doesn't not guarantee a spot in the Pride March with NYU. To register to march with NYU, please see below for more information.
Date: Sunday, June 24, 2018
Time: 12-6 pm
NYU LGBTQ Student Center and NYU Langone Health will be marching together in the NYC 2018 Pride March, on Sunday, June 24! LGBTQ and ally members of the NYU and NYU Langone Health community, whether student, staff, faculty, or alumni, are invited to march with us during the NYC March!
For this year's March, the organizers are limiting us to a very specific amount of marchers that can join us. Therefore, please ONLY register if you are able to COMMIT to marching on Sunday, June 24. Since we do not know the times we will be marching, please be available ALL DAY to march.
If you register to march and are no longer able to, please email Lukas at firstname.lastname@example.org and let him know OR cancel your EventBrite order.
Join us for an hour-long mindful meditation session held in a queer-centered and entirely peer-led space. Meditations will focus on the themes of affirmation, inclusion, and embracing identity while inviting time for reflection. All levels of experience welcome.
Free and open to the NYU community. *This will resume in Fall 2018.