Getting involved with a student club or organization is easy and can enhance your overall experience at NYU-Poly.
While providing students with outlets to explore personal and professional interests, co-curricular involvement through student groups also affords students with opportunities at developing skills in leadership, organization, time management, and problem solving. Participating in student activities, clubs and events is also a great way to meet new people and connect within the campus community. Lastly, the experiential education gained from student involvement is a valuable complement to the classroom setting and enhance your resume as you go out into the workforce. Whether you like building robots to looking to learn more about a specific culture, we have clubs and organizations that will meet your broad interests and needs.
Use this website to jump start your co-curricular involvement through NYU-Poly’s recognized clubs and organizations and the various student groups that will enhance your experience and community connections on campus. The following links will provide you with the information you need to start getting involved as well as provide you with resources as a club leader!
NYU-Poly is home to over 50 student organizations that represent academic, cultural, political, professional, religious, spiritual, service, social, and recreational interests. These groups provide limitless opportunities and events to achieve an active role on campus and to pursue individual interests. Please use the website to navigate the multitude of groups you can participate in and enhance your experience at NYU-Poly.
Finding a student organization that is right for you involves taking risks and trying new things!
1. Attend the Student Organization and Activities CLUB DAY during Welcome Week, an event that introduces new and continuing students to NYU-Poly’s student life while assisting student organizations with recruitment and promotion.
2. Be on the lookout for fliers, banners, or postcards that advertise student group meetings and events. Attending these activities is a great and easy way to start your on-campus involvement.
3. Visit the Student Cultural Center where you can find contact and program information for recognized student organizations.
Creating a new club or organization is easy. As long as you meet the requirements, complete the required forms and meet the deadlines provided, you are on your way to creating your group! Below are a few requirements to have before you start, please make sure you have:
For more detailed information, please download our Student Organization Handbook.
Please read through the Student Organization Handbook (above) and submit completed Club Registration Packet to the Office of Student Activities and Resource Center. A meeting will be set up within two weeks of submission with the Coordinator of Student Activities and a Student Council member for official recognition.
Click here for the CLUB REGISTRATION PACKET.
Please submit your new club application materials by Friday, October 25th (5:00pm) to be considered for Fall 2013 recognition. If submitted after 10/25/2013, your organization will not be able to become recognized until Spring 2014.
Approved Club Applicaitons will be eligible for the Spring Club Fest, clubs approved in the Spring are eligible to participate the following Fall.
For help or questions about Student Clubs and Organizations, please contact Stephanie Jackson, Coordinator of Student Activities. For graduate student clubs and organizations, please contact Kristen Assaiante.