Each year, there are more than 300 active student clubs on campus open to all students — from the Cheese Club to the Joss Whedon Appreciation Society — in addition to school-based clubs, which are exclusive to NYU schools or academic programs.
All-square clubs are listed in NYU OrgSync, which maintains a directory of clubs officially sponsored by the University. OrgSync allows students to connect directly with club leaders online, and helps club leaders manage membership and budgets. All NYU students have access to OrgSync — simply use your NetID to log in and start browsing for clubs now. OrgSync requires an NYU NetID to log in.
Club Fest, which takes place at the beginning of each Fall and Spring semester, is another great way to explore clubs across the University.
School clubs are student organizations that are affiliated with a particular school, college, or academic department and whose principle mission or purpose is related to the students of that school, college or academic department. Their funding comes from the school or college, their advisor is affiliated with the school or college, and the school or college governs them.
Click on your school link below to find out how to get involved in clubs within your specific school. If your school is not listed above, contact their Student Life office, or reach out to your advisor.
Orchestras, choirs, and music ensembles are sponsored by NYU Steinhardt — some of which are open to NYU students from all schools and majors, as well as community members.