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Camille Wilson

Camille Wilson is the Assistant Director of Visitor Relations & Special Events in the Division of Enrollment Management at NYU. She’s spent the last decade in Higher Education working to nurture and inspire student leaders by supporting their holistic growth and development. When she's not mentoring college students, she's helping her readers toast to life’s memorable moments on her blog. 
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Admitted Student Events: Designed with You in Mind

Everything you need to know about your Home Base and admitted student events in April.

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An NYU CALI Alum Shares Her Experience in the Program

An NYU CALI alum shares her insight on the program.

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NYU Alumni Reflect on Their Non-Traditional Paths

Learn how three NYU alumni went from passion to profession the non-traditional way.

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How NYU Keeps Students Safe on Campus During the Pandemic

Student safety remains a top priority at NYU during the pandemic.

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Navigating NYU’s Virtual Fall Events

Attend all of NYU's fall events without leaving your couch.

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5 Ways to Connect with Current Students Without Ever Stepping Foot on Campus

Can’t make it to campus? Here’s all the ways you can connect with current students.

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NYU Students at Home During the Pandemic

NYU students show us where they are most productive in their homes during the pandemic.

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Shifting Gears: What NYU Online Classes Are Really Like During a Global Pandemic

NYU’s faculty make the virtual classroom exciting by engaging with TikTok and more.

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What Matters to You? Making the Right Choice

Because fit is about more than campus amenities and famous faculty.

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NYU Residence Halls Help Students Find Their Home Away from Home

NYU residence halls are a great place for students to live, learn, and find community on campus.